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Device Overview

ManufacturerInovelli
Manufacturer ID031E
NameLZW30-SN
Device DescriptionRed Series On/Off switch
CategoryWall Switch
References (Type:Id)0002:0001
Firmware VersionsAll
Protocol Version6.004
Library TypeLIB_SLAVE_ENHANCED
Always ListeningYes
Frequently ListeningNo
Supports RoutingYes
Supports BeamingYes
Supports SecurityNo
Maximum Data Rate40000
Device Overview

Inovelli’s new on/off switch is packed with features and designed with your house in mind.

From a hardware side we’ve upgraded our Z-Wave module for better distance and added in one of our favorite features: power monitoring. The switch can be used in any 3-Way or 4-Way setting and allows you to use either an auxiliary switch, or your existing dumb switch.

From a firmware side, this switch has it all (literally). Scene control, notifications (flashes if your garage door is left open) and can be configured on any HUB.

Inclusion Information

Once the inclusion process has started press the config button 3X and the LED bar will flash blue.  If the switch was included successfully the bar will turn GREEN, however if the switch was not included successfully it will turn RED.

Exclusion Information

Put your HUB in Exclusion mode and press the Config Button 3X until your HUB says the device is excluded.

Usage Information
Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_BINARY
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_BINARY
Unique Referencelzw30sn

Configuration Parameters

Parameter 1
Bitmask
LabelPower On State
DescriptionPower On State
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 2
Overview

When power is restored, the switch reverts to either On, Off or last level

0 = Returns to State before Power Outage

1 = On

2 = Off

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelPrior State
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelOn
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelOff
Option Overview
Parameter 2
Bitmask
LabelInvert Switch
DescriptionInvert Switch
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview

Inverts the switch (Tap Down = On, Tap Up = Off)

0 = Disabled

1 = Enabled

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelDisabled
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelEnabled
Option Overview
Parameter 3
Bitmask
LabelAuto Off Timer
DescriptionAuto Off Timer
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 32767
Overview

Automatically turns the switch off after x amount of seconds

0 = Disabled

1= 1 second

32767 = 32767 seconds

Options
Parameter 4
Bitmask
LabelAssociation Behavior
DescriptionAssociation Behavior
Word Size1
Default Value15
Allowable Range0 to 15
Overview

When should the switch send commands to the associated devices:

01 = Local, 02 = 3-Way, 03 = 3-Way & Local, 04 = Z-Wave Hub, 05 = Z-Wave Hub & Local, 06 = Z-Wave Hub & 3-Way, 07 = Z-Wave Hub & Local & 3-Way, 08 = Timer, 09 = Timer & Local, 10 = Timer & 3-Way, 11 =Timer & 3-Way & Local, 12 = Timer & Z-Wave Hub, 13 = Timer & Z-Wave Hub & Local, 14 = Timer & Z-Wave Hub & 3-Way, 15 = All

Options
Parameter 5
Bitmask
LabelLED Indicator Color
DescriptionLED Indicator Color
Word Size2
Default Value170
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

This will set the default color of the LED bar.  Calculated by using a hue color circle (Value / 255 * 360).  Se website for more info.

0 = Red

21 = Orange

42 = Yellow

85 = Green

127 = Cyan

170 = Blue

212 = Violet

234 = Pink

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelRed
Option Overview
Option Value21
Option LabelOrange
Option Overview
Option Value42
Option LabelYellow
Option Overview
Option Value85
Option LabelGreen
Option Overview
Option Value127
Option LabelCyan
Option Overview
Option Value170
Option LabelBlue
Option Overview
Option Value212
Option LabelViolet
Option Overview
Option Value234
Option LabelPink
Option Overview
Option Value255
Option LabelWhite
Option Overview
Parameter 6
Bitmask
LabelLED Indicator Intensity
DescriptionLED Indicator Intensity
Word Size1
Default Value5
Allowable Range0 to 10
Overview

This will set the intensity of the LED bar (ie: how bright it is) in 10% increments

0 = Off

1 = Low

5 = Medium

10 = High

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelOff
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Label10%
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Label20%
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option Label30%
Option Overview
Option Value4
Option Label40%
Option Overview
Option Value5
Option Label50%
Option Overview
Option Value6
Option Label60%
Option Overview
Option Value7
Option Label70%
Option Overview
Option Value8
Option Label80%
Option Overview
Option Value9
Option Label90%
Option Overview
Option Value10
Option Label100%
Option Overview
Parameter 7
Bitmask
LabelLED Indicator Intensity (When Off)
DescriptionLED Indicator Intensity (When Off)
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 10
Overview

This is the intensity of the LED bar when the switch is off in 10% increments.

0 = Off

1 = Low

5 = Medium

10 = High

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelOff
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Label10%
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Label20%
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option Label30%
Option Overview
Option Value4
Option Label40%
Option Overview
Option Value5
Option Label50%
Option Overview
Option Value6
Option Label60%
Option Overview
Option Value7
Option Label70%
Option Overview
Option Value8
Option Label80%
Option Overview
Option Value9
Option Label90%
Option Overview
Option Value10
Option Label100%
Option Overview
Parameter 8 [ADVANCED]
Bitmask
LabelLED Strip Effect
DescriptionLED Strip Effect
Word Size4
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 83823359
Overview

This will allow you to add some sweet effects to your LED bar (ie: pulse, chase, solid, etc)

Byte 1 = Color.  This will set the color of the LED bar.  Calculated by using a hue color circle (Value / 255 * 360).

Byte 2 = Brightness.  Sets the brightness in 10% increments.

Byte 3 = Duration. 

Byte 4 = Effect. Sets the effect: 0 = Off, 1 = Solid, 2 = Fast Blink, 3 = Slow Blink, 4 = Pulse

Addition:  To get the final code for the desired color/effect/duration, use this calculator:  https://nathanfiscus.github.io/inovelli-notification-calc/

Options
Parameter 8
Bitmask000000FF
LabelLED Strip Effect (Color)
DescriptionLED Strip Effect (Color)
Word Size4
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

This will allow you to add some sweet effects to your LED bar (ie: pulse, chase, solid, etc)

This will set the color of the LED bar.  Calculated by using a hue color circle (Value / 255 * 360).

0 = Red

21 = Orange

42 = Yellow

85 = Green

127 = Cyan

170 = Blue

212 = Violet

234 = Pink

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelRed
Option Overview
Option Value21
Option LabelOrange
Option Overview
Option Value42
Option LabelYellow
Option Overview
Option Value85
Option LabelGreen
Option Overview
Option Value127
Option LabelCyan
Option Overview
Option Value170
Option LabelBlue
Option Overview
Option Value212
Option LabelViolet
Option Overview
Option Value234
Option LabelPink
Option Overview
Option Value255
Option LabelWhite
Option Overview
Parameter 8
Bitmask0000FF00
LabelLED Strip Effect (Brightness)
DescriptionLED Strip Effect (Brightness)
Word Size4
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 10
Overview

This will allow you to add some sweet effects to your LED bar (ie: pulse, chase, solid, etc)

Sets the brightness in 10% increments.

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelOff
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Label10%
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Label20%
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option Label30%
Option Overview
Option Value4
Option Label40%
Option Overview
Option Value5
Option Label50%
Option Overview
Option Value6
Option Label60%
Option Overview
Option Value7
Option Label70%
Option Overview
Option Value8
Option Label80%
Option Overview
Option Value9
Option Label90%
Option Overview
Option Value10
Option Label100%
Option Overview
Parameter 8
Bitmask00FF0000
LabelLED Strip Effect (Duration)
DescriptionLED Strip Effect (Duration)
Word Size4
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

This will allow you to add some sweet effects to your LED bar (ie: pulse, chase, solid, etc)

1 = 1 Second

2 = 2 Seconds

3 = 3 Seconds

4 = 4 Seconds

5 = 5 Seconds

6 = 6 Seconds

7 = 7 Seconds

8 = 8 Seconds

9 = 9 Seconds

10 = 10 Seconds

20 = 20 Seconds

30 = 30 Seconds

40 = 40 Seconds

50 = 50 Seconds

60 = 60 Seconds

62 = 2 Minutes

63 = 3 Minutes

64 = 4 Minutes

65 = 5 Minutes

255 = Indefinitely

Options
Parameter 8
Bitmask7F000000
LabelLED Strip Effect (Effect)
DescriptionLED Strip Effect (Effect)
Word Size4
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 4
Overview

This will allow you to add some sweet effects to your LED bar (ie: pulse, chase, solid, etc)

0 = Off

1 = Solid

2 = Fast Blink

3 = Slow Blink

4 = Pulse

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelOff
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelSolid
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelFast Blink
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option LabelSlow Blink
Option Overview
Option Value4
Option LabelPulse
Option Overview
Parameter 9
Bitmask
LabelLED Strip Timeout
DescriptionLED Strip Timeout
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 10
Overview

When the LED strip is disabled (LED Strip Intensity is set to 0), this setting allows the LED strip to turn on temporarily while being adjusted.  Time is in seconds.

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelStay Off
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelOne Second
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelTwo Seconds
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option LabelThree Seconds
Option Overview
Option Value4
Option LabelFour Seconds
Option Overview
Option Value5
Option LabelFive Seconds
Option Overview
Option Value6
Option LabelSix Seconds
Option Overview
Option Value7
Option LabelSeven Seconds
Option Overview
Option Value8
Option LabelEight Seconds
Option Overview
Option Value9
Option LabelNine Seconds
Option Overview
Option Value10
Option LabelTen Seconds
Option Overview
Parameter 10
Bitmask
LabelActive Power Reports
DescriptionActive Power Reports
Word Size1
Default Value10
Allowable Range0 to 100
Overview

The power level change that will result in a new power report being sent (% of previous report)

0 = Disabled

10 = 10% of previous report

100 = 100% of previous report

Options
Parameter 11
Bitmask
LabelPeriodic Power & Energy Reports
DescriptionPeriodic Power & Energy Reports
Word Size2
Default Value3600
Allowable Range0 to 32767
Overview

Time period between consecutive power and energy reports being sent (in seconds)

0 = 0 seconds

1 = 1 second

32767 = 32767 seconds

Timer resets after every report is sent

Options
Parameter 12
Bitmask
LabelEnergy Reports
DescriptionEnergy Reports
Word Size1
Default Value10
Allowable Range0 to 100
Overview

The energy level change that will result in a new energy report being sent (% of previous report)

0 = Disabled

10 = 10% of previous report

100 = 100% of previous report

Options
Parameter 51
Bitmask
LabelEnable Instant On
DescriptionEnable Instant On
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview

Enable instant on (ie: disable the 700ms delay) for physical switch. Note, if you disable the delay, it will also disable scene control except for Button 1 (ie: tap up 1x or tap down 1x) and button 7 (config button). All other buttons (2-6) will be disabled.

0: No Delay 1: 700ms Delay (default)
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo delay
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Label700ms delay
Option Overview

Association Groups

Group ID1
LabelLifeline
Description
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerYes
Overview

Members of this group will receive unsolicited messages related to the status of the switch.

Group ID2
LabelBasic Set
Description
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview

1. Single press Up button sends BasicSet (0xFF)

and

2. Single press Down sends BasicSet (0x00)

Endpoints

Endpoint NameEndpoint 0
Endpoint Number0
Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_BINARY
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_BINARY
Command Classes
Class Ver Basic NIF Sec UnSec
NO_OPERATION 1
BASIC 1
APPLICATION_STATUS 1
SWITCH_BINARY 1
Switch
METER 3
Electric meter (watts)
Electric meter (kWh)
Reset Meter [deprecated]
ASSOCIATION_GROUP_INFO 1
DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY 1
CENTRAL_SCENE 3
Scene Number
ZWAVE_PLUS_INFO 1
CONFIGURATION
LED strip effect
LED Indicator Color
MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC 1
POWERLEVEL 1
PROTECTION 2
FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD 1
ASSOCIATION 2
VERSION 2
SECURITY 1

Reference Documents

Product picture LZW30SN1.jpg
Product manual LZW30-SN-Manual.pdf

First added to database on -0001-11-30 00:00:00. Current released version is 11.
Last updated by Roy on 2020-07-08 10:45:18 (3 months ago).
Approved on 2020-07-08 22:52:25, and last exported on 2020-07-29 21:26:50.

Comments  
# Jeff Bailey 2019-09-21 02:13
First attempt just to get something working. Will fine tune afterwards.
# Jeff Bailey 2019-09-28 03:43
Trying to debug LED controls. Using bitmaps for parameter 8 subfields not working. Added single parameter for all 4 bytes.
# Jeff Bailey 2019-09-30 00:43
I need the bitmasked portions of parameter 8 removed.
# sihui 2019-09-30 05:21
Quoting Jeff Bailey:
I need the bitmasked portions of parameter 8 removed.

We cannot change the parameters back and forth until it works, sorry.
According to the manual the parameter 8 should have worked, please provide a debug log with your problem and post it to the community forum (the comments section in the database is not monitored regularly).
Thx.
https://community.openhab.org/
# Ben Martens 2019-11-01 05:31
If it helps with the configuration of notifications, see my post in the community forums for the LZW30 switch: https://community.openhab.org/t/new-inovelli-z-wave-on-off-switches-z-wave-integration-with-openhab/82369/20?u=bdm
or the documentation comment for the LZW30 switch, based on a spreadsheet that Eric from Inovelli emailed me.

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