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    #46
    kenm,

    Strange as this is where it takes me...


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    This is the full link that it takes me to.

    https://www.support.getzooz.com/?login=1&return_to=/kb/article/1158-zooz-ota-firmware-files/

    Hope this helps,

    Roger D

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      #47

      Firmware and change log info on the ZEN32

      ZEN32 10.30:

      https://www.getzooz.com/firmware/ZEN32_V10R30.zip

      https://www.support.getzooz.com/kb/article/706-zen32-scene-controller-change-log/

      Hope this helps,

      Roger D

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        #48
        Found at

        https://www.support.getzooz.com/kb/article/608-zen32-scene-controller-advanced-settings/

        Here is a full list of advanced settings (parameters) for the ZEN32 Scene Controller VER. 10.20 firmware:


        LED indicator mode for relay button

        Parameter 1: Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when the relay is on or off, or if you want it to remain on or off at all times.
        Values: 0 – LED on when relay off, LED off when relay on (default) ; 1 – LED on when relay on, LED off when relay off; 2 – LED always off; 3 – LED always on
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator mode for button 1

        Parameter 2: Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when Button 1 is on or off, or if you want it to remain on or off at all times.
        Values: 0 – LED on when button off, LED off when button on (default); 1 – LED on when button on, LED off when button off; 2 – LED always off; 3 – LED always on
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator mode for button 2

        Parameter 3: Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when Button 2 is on or off, or if you want it to remain on or off at all times.
        Values: 0 – LED on when button off, LED off when button on (default); 1 – LED on when button on, LED off when button off; 2 – LED always off; 3 – LED always on
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator mode for button 3

        Parameter 4: Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when Button 3 is on or off, or if you want it to remain on or off at all times.
        Values: 0 – LED on when button off, LED off when button on (default); 1 – LED on when button on, LED off when button off; 2 – LED always off; 3 – LED always on
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator mode for button 4

        Parameter 5: Choose if you want the LED indicator to turn on when Button 4 is on or off, or if you want it to remain on or off at all times.
        Values: 0 – LED on when button off, LED off when button on (default); 1 – LED on when button on, LED off when button off; 2 – LED always off; 3 – LED always on
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator color for relay button

        Parameter 6: Choose the color of the LED indicator for the relay.
        Values: 0 – white (default); 1 – blue; 2 – green; 3 – red
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator color for button 1

        Parameter 7: Choose the color of the LED indicator for Button 1.
        Values: 0 – white (default); 1 – blue; 2 – green; 3 – red
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator color for button 2

        Parameter 8: Choose the color of the LED indicator for Button 2.
        Values: 0 – white (default); 1 – blue; 2 – green; 3 – red
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator color for button 3

        Parameter 9: Choose the color of the LED indicator for Button 3.
        Values: 0 – white (default); 1 – blue; 2 – green; 3 – red
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator color for button 4

        Parameter 10: Choose the color of the LED indicator for Button 4.
        Values: 0 – white (default); 1 – blue; 2 – green; 3 – red
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator brightness for relay button

        Parameter 11: Choose the LED indicator's brightness level for the relay.
        Values: 0 – bright (100%); 1 – medium (60%) (default); 2 – low (30%)
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator brightness for button 1

        Parameter 12: Choose the LED indicator's brightness level for Button 1.
        Values: 0 – bright (100%); 1 – medium (60%) (default); 2 – low (30%)
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator brightness for button 2

        Parameter 13: Choose the LED indicator's brightness level for Button 2.
        Values: 0 – bright (100%); 1 – medium (60%) (default); 2 – low (30%)
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator brightness for button 3

        Parameter 14: Choose the LED indicator's brightness level for Button 3.
        Values: 0 – bright (100%); 1 – medium (60%) (default); 2 – low (30%)
        Size: 1 byte dec


        LED indicator brightness for button 4

        Parameter 15: Choose the LED indicator's brightness level for Button 4.
        Values: 0 – bright (100%); 1 – medium (60%) (default); 2 – low (30%)
        Size: 1 byte dec


        Enable / disable LED indicator for settings

        Parameter 23: Choose if you want the LED indicators to flash whenever a parameter (setting) is adjusted on the device to confirm the change. Disable this feature if you're using the LED indicators in automations.
        Values: 0 – LED indicators flash to confirm a setting change (default) ; 1 – LED indicators don't flash if a setting is changed.
        Size: 1 byte dec


        Auto turn-off timer for relay

        Parameter 16: Use this parameter to enable or disable the auto turn-off timer function (the time after which you want the switch to automatically turn off once it has been turned on).
        Values: 0 – disabled (default); 1 – 65535 (minutes)
        Size: 4 byte dec


        Auto turn-on timer for relay

        Parameter 17: Use this parameter to enable or disable the auto turn-on timer function (the time after which you want the switch to automatically turn on once it has been turned off).
        Values: 0 – disabled (default); 1 – 65535 (minutes)
        Size: 4 byte dec


        State after power failure

        Parameter 18: Set the on off status for the switch after power failure.
        Values: 0 – Relay and buttons remember and restore last state (default); 1 – Relay and buttons forced to off after power failure; 2 – Relay and buttons forced to on after power failure
        Size: 1 byte dec


        Disable / enable control on the relay

        Parameter 19: Enable or disable paddle on/off control (aka disable the relay). If disabled, you’ll only be able to control the connected light via Z-Wave. Scenes and other functionality will still be available through buttons.
        Values: 0 – Disable local / physical control (from the button), enable Z-Wave control; 1 – Enable local / physical control (from the button), enable Z-Wave control (default); 2 – Disable local / physical control (from the button), disable Z-Wave control
        Size: 1 byte dec


        Relay behavior with disabled local / Z-Wave control

        Parameter 20: Set reporting behavior for disabled physical control.
        Values: 0 – report on/off status when button is pressed and change LED indicator status if Parameter 19 is set to value 0 or 2; 1 – DON’T report on/off status when button is pressed and DON’T change LED indicator status if Parameter 19 is set to value 0 or 2 (but the relay will always send central scene command) (default)
        Size: 1 byte dec


        3-way switch type

        Parameter 21: Choose the type of 3-way switch you want to use with this switch in a 3-way set-up.
        Values: 0 – regular mechanical 3-way on/off switch, use the connected 3-way switch to turn the light on or off (default); 1 – momentary switch, click once to change status (light on or off)
        Size: 1 byte dec


        Enable / disable programming on the relay button


        Parameter 22: Enable or disable programming functionality on the relay button. If this setting is disabled, then inclusion, exclusion, manual LED indicator change mode no longer work when the relay button is activated (factory reset and scene control will still work) - that means you can now use triple-tap triggers on the relay button for scenes and remote control of other devices.
        Values: 0 – programming enabled (default). 1 – programming disabled.

        Size: 1 byte dec



        Enable / disable scene control on the relay button

        Parameter 24: Enable or disable scene control on the relay button. If scene control is disabled, the slight delay for physical press will be reduced but the relay button will no longer send central scene events to the hub. It's recommended to disable the feature only if using the relay button for direct electrical control of the connected load without any additional remote control functions.
        Values: 0 – scene control enabled (default). 1 – scene control disabled.
        Size: 1 byte dec


        ASSOCIATIONS:

        Group 1: Main button binary switch (Z-Wave) / basic set (button) lifeline to hub
        Group 2: Main button basic set (pressed only, doesn’t send anything when switch turned on via hub)
        Group 3: Main button multilevel (held)
        Group 4: Small button Home basic set (pressed)
        Group 5: Small button Home multilevel (held) > in sequence > held = increase brightness, release = stop level, held = decrease brightness, release = stop level
        Group 6: Small button Forum basic set (pressed)
        Group 7: Small button Forum multilevel (held) > in sequence > held = increase brightness, release = stop level, held = decrease brightness, release = stop level
        Group 8: Small button Blogs basic set (pressed)
        Group 9: Small button Blogs multilevel (held) > in sequence > held = increase brightness, release = stop level, held = decrease brightness, release = stop level
        Group 10: Small button Groups basic set (pressed)
        Group 11: Small button Groups multilevel (held) > in sequence > held = increase brightness, release = stop level, held = decrease brightness, release = stop level


        Hope this helps,

        Roger D

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          #49
          From

          https://www.support.getzooz.com/kb/article/897-zen32-scene-controller-range-test-tool/


          ZEN32 Scene Controller Range Test Tool

          You can test the range of your ZEN32 Scene Controller straight from the device.
          Just follow the steps below to see if you have good Z-Wave coverage in the location of your switch.


          Hold the relay button down for 20 seconds until the LED indicator turns solid red,
          then within 2 seconds click button 4 to enter range test mode – all LED indicators will start blinking white.
          All LED indicators will then report signal strength:
          • Solid green = direct communication with the primary controller is stable
          • Flashing green = direct communication with the primary controller is established but signal is weak
          • Solid blue = stable communication with hub via repeaters
          • Flashing blue = communication with the primary controller is established via repeaters but signal is weak
          • Solid red = communication with the primary controller has failed

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            #50
            Here's the corrected link for the Range Test Tool Page at Zooz:

            https://www.support.getzooz.com/kb/a...nge-test-tool/

            Originally posted by Roger D View Post
            From

            https://www.support.getzooz.com/kb/article/897-zen32-scene-controller-range-test-tool/


            ZEN32 Scene Controller Range Test Tool

            You can test the range of your ZEN32 Scene Controller straight from the device.
            Just follow the steps below to see if you have good Z-Wave coverage in the location of your switch.


            Hold the relay button down for 20 seconds until the LED indicator turns solid red,
            then within 2 seconds click button 4 to enter range test mode – all LED indicators will start blinking white.
            All LED indicators will then report signal strength:
            • Solid green = direct communication with the primary controller is stable
            • Flashing green = direct communication with the primary controller is established but signal is weak
            • Solid blue = stable communication with hub via repeaters
            • Flashing blue = communication with the primary controller is established via repeaters but signal is weak
            • Solid red = communication with the primary controller has failed

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