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Device Overview

ManufacturerShenzhen Neo Electronics Co., Ltd
Manufacturer ID0258
NameNAS-WR01ZE
Device DescriptionWall Plug Switch
CategoryPower Outlet
References (Type:Id)0003:0087,0003:1087,0003:1483,0003:2087
Firmware VersionsAll
Protocol Version4.005
Library TypeLIB_SLAVE_ENHANCED
Always ListeningYes
Frequently ListeningNo
Supports RoutingYes
Supports BeamingYes
Supports SecurityNo
Maximum Data Rate40000
Device Overview

This Plug provides line voltage, current load, power consumption and energy consumption measuring. 

  • Voltage – The Supply Power Voltage For Plug.
  • Current – The Current for the Electric Device Connect to Plug Consumption.
  • Power – Power Consumed by an Electric Device in an instant, unit: Watt (W).
  • Energy – Energy Consumed by an Electric Device through a Time Period. Most commonly measured in Kilowatt-hours (kWh). One kilowatt-hour is Equal to One Kilowatt of Power Consumed over a Period of One Hour, 1kWh = 1000Wh.0Wh.
Inclusion Information
  1. Make sure the sensor is powered.
  2. Set Z‐Wave controller or Z‐Wave gateway into inclusion mode (Refer to the controller or gateway operating manual)
  3. Press the button three times within 1.5 second, the device will enter inclusion mode. And the LED will flash on and off with green alternately five times within 2 seconds.
Exclusion Information
  1. Make sure the sensor is powered.
  2. Set Z‐Wave controller or Z‐Wave gateway into exclusion mode (Refer to the controller or gateway operating manual)
  3. Press the button three times within 1.5 second, the device will enter exclusion mode. And the LED will flash on and off with yellow alternately five times within 2 seconds.
Usage Information
Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_BINARY
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_BINARY
Unique Referencepowerplug

Configuration Parameters

Parameter 1
Bitmask
LabelMeter Report Enable
DescriptionThis parameter defines Disable/Enable meter report measure data to controller.
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelDisable Report
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelEnable Report
Option Overview
Parameter 2
Bitmask
LabelMeter Report Interval
DescriptionInterval time reporting data to controller
Word Size2
Default Value300
Allowable Range1 to 65535
Overview

This parameter defines interval time (in seconds) that Meter report data to main controller.

Options
Parameter 3
Bitmask
LabelMaxium over-load current
Descriptionmaximum current the plug can provide to load
Word Size1
Default Value13
Allowable Range1 to 16
Overview

This parameter defines maximum current the plug can provide to load that be connected to plug. If the current consumed by load greater than maximum current, the plug will cut off power and send alarm.
Send Alarm NOTIFICATION_EVENT_POWER_MANAGEMENT_OVER_LOAD_DETECTED to associated devices in lifeline. Red Led will blink every seconds until current is normal (less than Parameter #3). You must remove the loader and turn on the Plug (press the button once) to enable current monitor and clear NOTIFICATION ALARM. This parameter value must be great than #4. If user set this parameter to default by Configure CC, the parameter #4 will be set to default value.

Options
Parameter 4
Bitmask
LabelMaximum alarm current
DescriptionMax current for over-current notification
Word Size1
Default Value12
Allowable Range1 to 15
Overview

Defines maximum current, if the current plug provide to load great than this parameter, the plug will send over-current notification to main controller and the LED will be turn RED, but plug cannot cut-off power. Value must be less than parameter 3#.

Options
Parameter 5
Bitmask
LabelLED enable
DescriptionThis parameter defines the LED indication Function ON/OFF.
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelDisable LED indication Function
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelEnable LED indication Function
Option Overview
Parameter 6
Bitmask
LabelPower Report Threshold
DescriptionPower consumed change to be reported
Word Size1
Default Value5
Allowable Range1 to 100
Overview

How much the power consumed must change to be reported. If the rate of power consumed change ratio is greater than this parameter, the plug will report the results, voltage, current, power and energy.

Options
Parameter 7
Bitmask
LabelRemember Relay ON/OFF status after power failure.
DescriptionPlug state after power-on
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview

Define how will the Plug react after the power supply is back on.  0 = will be off after the power supply is reconnected.  Others = remember relay status

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelDon’t remember relay state
Option Overview

Don’t Remember, the relay will keep OFF when Plug Supply Power.

Option Value1
Option LabelRemember the Relay Status.
Option Overview
Parameter 8
Bitmask
LabelPlug Time switch Function
DescriptionTimer plug OFF after time period
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview

Defines if the timer function is enabled/disabled to switch the Plug OFF after the time period, which is defined in parameter 9#.

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelTime switch Disable
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelTime switch Enable
Option Overview
Parameter 9
Bitmask
LabelTime switch Period
DescriptionDelay time after the plug is switched off (in minutes)
Word Size2
Default Value150
Allowable Range1 to 65535
Overview

This parameter defines the time after the plug is switched off. If Parameter 8# is set to ‘1’, and relay is turn ON, the relay will be turn OFF after delay this parameter.

Options
Parameter 10
Bitmask
LabelButton On/Off Enable
DescriptionEnable/Disable top button function
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview

If this parameter is set to ‘1’, users can turn on and off the wall plug by pressing the button on the top of the wall plug. If this parameter is set to ‘0’, the wall plug cannot be turned on and off by pressing the button.

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelDisable Button
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelEnable Button
Option Overview

Association Groups

Group ID1
LabelLifeline
DescriptionAssigned to Plugs status - On/Off. Allows for receiving control command from trigger devices whenever the Plug is turned On or Off.
Maximum Nodes1
ControllerYes
Overview
  • NOTIFICATION_REPORT_V4
  • METER_REPORT_V4
  • SWITCH_BINARY_REPORT
  • DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY_NOTIFICATION
Group ID2
LabelGroup 2
DescriptionSending control commands to associated devices. If current load is over the max current defined in parameter #3, the Plug will send a BASIC_SET (0xFF) to associated devices. When current load is normal, plug will send a BASIC_SET (0x00).
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview

BASIC_SET

Group ID3
LabelGroup 3
DescriptionSend Notification to associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview

NOTIFICATION_REPORT_V4

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
SWITCH_BINARY 1
Switch
SWITCH_ALL 1
METER 3
Electric meter (amps)
Electric meter (kWh)
Electric meter (watts)
Electric meter (volts)
Clear Accumulated Energy
ASSOCIATION_GROUP_INFO 1
DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY 1
ZWAVE_PLUS_INFO 1
CONFIGURATION 1
ALARM 3
Alarm (power)
MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC 1
POWERLEVEL 1
ASSOCIATION 1
VERSION 1

Reference Documents

Instruction Manual Power Plug Manual-for-Power-plug-Z-wave-Neo.pdf
User Manual Smart-Plug-User-Guide--EU-.pdf
User Manual 23.09.2016 Smart-Plug-User-Guide--EU-.pdf
NAS-WR01ZE NAS-WR01ZE.JPG

First added to database on 2018-05-07 09:35:51. Current released version is 16.
Last updated by Dmitry on 2020-02-16 20:31:23 (7 months ago).
Approved on 2020-02-17 11:04:03, and last exported on 2020-02-17 11:04:05.

Comments  
# Jens Wolter 2017-09-01 13:39
Could you please remove Parameter 0. I had more than one Device open in the Browser and while editing another Device, this one has been changed. Seems to be a bug.
# Sean Montierth 2017-11-26 20:52
Added Device Id of 0087. I have a unit that has the device ID of 0087 and not 1087 so I assume their are multiple device IDs that they used.
# Jacek Dobrowolski 2018-01-07 09:08
Z-Wave Product Description:
https://products.z-wavealliance.org/products/1783
# Alex Eigenbrood 2019-01-17 21:40
Added Type:id = 0200:1027
# Carlos Delgado 2019-02-01 15:01
I have the 0200:1027, openhab declares as unknown but can communicate. Details are:

Manufacturer 0258 Shenzhen Neo Electronics Co., Ltd
Type / ID 0200:1027
Firmware Version2.32
Z-Wave Plus Node TypeNODE_TYPE_ZWAVEPLUS_NODE
Z-Wave Plus Role TypeROLE_TYPE_SLAVE_ALWAYS_ON
Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_BINARY
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_BINARY
# Adam Wijas 2019-02-02 11:02
I have the same problem as Carlos.
# Theo Gülcher 2019-02-02 18:40
I have the same problem as Carlos Delgado,
Unknown in Openhab2.5:

Z-Wave Node 003 (0258:0200:1027:2.32)

zwave_beaming true
zwave_class_basic BASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
zwave_class_generic GENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_BINARY
zwave_class_specific SPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_BINARY
zwave_deviceid 4135
zwave_devicetype 512
zwave_frequent false
zwave_listening true
zwave_manufacturer 600
zwave_neighbours 1
zwave_nodeid 3
zwave_plus_devicetype NODE_TYPE_ZWAVEPLUS_NODE
zwave_plus_roletype ROLE_TYPE_SLAVE_ALWAYS_ON
zwave_routing true
zwave_secure false
zwave_version 2.32
# Theo Gülcher 2019-02-02 18:42
Sorry OpenHAB 2.4.0 (not 2.5)
# Carlos Delgado 2019-02-06 17:26
Quoting Theo Gülcher:
Sorry OpenHAB 2.4.0 (not 2.5)

Exactly the same version here. It is over debian.
# Siegmar Immel 2019-02-12 14:45
I updated some parameter texts.
# Adam Wijas 2019-02-16 19:42
Hello,
I search how to manually update DB in openhab 2.4, but this looks little hard to do, how i can update, or when this will work in openhab 2.x?
# Danijel Popovic 2019-02-21 11:18
I have the same as Carlos, Adam, Theo...
(running OpenhabianPi 4.9.80-v7, OpenHab 2.4.0, ZWave binding 2.4.0 with Aeotec Z-Stick Gen5)

Z-Wave Node 003 (0258:0200:1027:2.32)
zwave_beaming true
zwave_class_basic BASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
zwave_class_generic GENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_BINARY
zwave_class_specific SPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_BINARY
zwave_deviceid 4135
zwave_devicetype 512
zwave_frequent false
zwave_listening true
zwave_manufacturer 600
zwave_neighbours
zwave_nodeid 3
zwave_plus_devicetype NODE_TYPE_ZWAVEPLUS_NODE
zwave_plus_roletype ROLE_TYPE_SLAVE_ALWAYS_ON
zwave_routing true
zwave_secure false
zwave_version 2.32

Able to communicate but reported as unknown.
Is this wrong data or not up to date database issue? Doe anyone has any update on this?
# Danijel Popovic 2019-02-21 11:48
Sorry guys i just realized that my previous post belongs to https://www.cd-jackson.com/index.php/zwave/zwave-device-database/zwave-device-list/devicesummary/1014.
I'll re-post it there.

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