Device Overview

ManufacturerFibargroup
Manufacturer ID010F
NameFGKF601
Device DescriptionKeyfob
CategoryRemote Control
References (Type:Id)1001:1000,1001:2000,1001:3000
Firmware VersionsAll
Protocol Version4.038
Library TypeLIB_SLAVE_ENHANCED
Always ListeningNo
Frequently ListeningNo
Supports RoutingYes
Supports BeamingYes
Supports SecurityNo
Maximum Data Rate40000
Device Overview

FIBARO KeyFob is a Z-Wave Plus compatible, battery-powered, compact remote control. Six buttons allow you to control other devices through the Z-Wave network and run various scenes defined in FIBARO System. Configure actions for one, two, three clicks, holding the button and button sequences to suit all your needs.

Built-in locking system will ensure that unauthorized person will not take control of your home.

Main features of FIBARO KeyFob:

  • Compatible with any Z-Wave or Z-Wave+ Controller,
  • Supports Z-Wave network Security Mode with AES-128 encryption,
  • Battery powered,
  • Completely wireless,
  • Pocket size,
  • Equipped with 6 easily recognizable buttons,
  • 30 different actions, single/double/triple click, hold for each button and sequences,
  • Easy to operate menu,
  • Actions are confirmed by the built-in LED diode.

Basic activation

  1. Using included keyring or a coin, open the battery cover by turning it counter-clockwise
  2. Remove the sticker protecting the battery.
  3. Using included keyring or a coin, close the battery cover by turning it clockwise.
  4. Locate the device nearby the main Z-Wave controller.
  5. Set the main Z-Wave controller in (Security/non-Security Mode) add mode (see the controller’s manual).
  6. Click any button three times.
  7. LED will pulse white during the adding process.
  8. Wait for the device to be added into the system.
  9. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message and green LED colour.
Inclusion Information
  1. Set the main Z-Wave controller in (Security/non-Security Mode) add mode (see the controller’s manual).
  2. Power the device (insert the battery).
  3. Click any button three times.
  4. LED will pulse white during the adding process.
  5. Wait for the adding process to end.
  6. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message and green LED colour.
Exclusion Information
  1. Set the main Z-Wave controller in remove mode (see the controller’s manual).
  2. Click o and - simultaneously.
  3. Click Δ or x until LED glows green.
  4. Click +.
  5. Wait for the removing process to end.
  6. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.
Wakeup Information

The KeyFob needs to be woken up to receive information about the new configuration from the Z-Wave controller, like parameters and associations. Use 1st menu position (white) or click o and + simultaneously to wake up the device.

Usage Information

Menu allows to perform Z-Wave network actions. In order to use the menu:

  1. Click o and - simultaneously.
  2. Click Δ or x until LED indicates desired menu position with colour:
    • White - wake up the device
    • Green - learning mode (adding/removing)
    • Cyan - check battery level
    • Yellow - reset the device*
  3. Click + to confirm selection, Click - to exit the menu.
  4. LED will pulse twice with same colour as selected menu position to confirm completing action.

Resetting the device to factory defaults:


Reset procedure allows to restore the device back to its factory settings, which means all information about the Z-Wave controller and
user configuration will be deleted. There are two ways of resetting the device:

Resetting the device using the menu:

  1. Click o and - simultaneously.
  2. Click Δ or x until LED glows yellow.
  3. Click +.

Emergency resetting the device on start-up:

  1. Remove the battery.
  2. Hold □ and + , while inserting the battery.

Successful resetting will be confirmed by smoothly brightening and dimming of the yellow LED colour.

Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_WALL_CONTROLLER
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_BASIC_WALL_CONTROLLER
Unique Referencefgkf601

Configuration Parameters

Parameter 1
Bitmask
LabelLock Mode - unlocking sequence
Description0 - Lock Mode disabled, 9-28086 - unlocking sequence
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 28086
Overview

This parameter allows to activate Lock Mode and set up unlocking sequence. Device will lock after time set in parameter 2 or after pressing and holding selected button. 

Options
Parameter 2
Bitmask
LabelLock Mode - time to lock and locking button
Description0 - Lock Mode disabled, 5-1791 - calculated value
Word Size2
Default Value60
Allowable Range0 to 1791
Overview
  • This parameter allows to set time that must elapse from the last press of the button to lock the device and locking button.
  • Setting locking button will deactivate associations and scenes for pressing and holding the selected button.
  • This parameter is irrelevant if parameter 1 is set to 0 (Lock Mode disable).
Options
Parameter 3
Bitmask
LabelFirst scene sequence
Description0 - 1st sequence disabled, 9-28086 - value of sequence
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 28086
Overview

This parameter allows to set up sequence that activates scene with ID 7. See "Sequences" on page 10 for more information.

Options
Parameter 4
Bitmask
LabelSecond scene sequence
Description0 - 2nd sequence disabled, 9-28086 - value of sequence
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 28086
Overview

This parameter allows to set up sequence that activates scene with ID 8.

Options
Parameter 5
Bitmask
LabelThird scene sequence
Description0 - 3rd sequence disabled, 9-28086 - value of sequence
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 28086
Overview

This parameter allows to set up sequence that activates scene with ID 9.

Options
Parameter 6
Bitmask
LabelFourth scene sequence
Description0 - 4th sequence disabled, 9-28086 - value of sequence
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 28086
Overview

This parameter allows to set up sequence that activates scene with ID 10. 

Options
Parameter 7
Bitmask
LabelFifth scene sequence
Description0 - 5th sequence disabled, 9-28086 - value of sequence
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 28086
Overview

This parameter allows to set up sequence that activates scene with ID 11. 

Options
Parameter 8
Bitmask
LabelSixth scene sequence
Description0 - 6th sequence disabled, 9-28086 - value of sequence
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 28086
Overview

This parameter allows to set up sequence that activates scene with ID 12.

Options
Parameter 9
Bitmask
LabelSequences - timeout
Description5-30 (0.5-3s, 0.1s step) - time to lock
Word Size1
Default Value10
Allowable Range5 to 30
Overview

This parameter allows to set time that must elapse from the last click of the button to check if the sequence is valid.

Options
Parameter 10
Bitmask
LabelSingle button associations - operating mode
DescriptionThis parameter allows to choose operating mode for single button associations.
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 2
Overview

This parameter allows to choose operating mode for single button associations.

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelsingle click switches state to opposite
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labelsingle click => opposite, double click => max
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Labelsingle click turns on, double click turns off
Option Overview
Parameter 11
Bitmask
LabelValue sent to □ association group
Description1-99 or 255 (last state)
Word Size2
Default Value255
Allowable Range1 to 255
Overview

This parameter allows to set value sent to devices in association group. It will result in turning multilevel devices on with set or last level. Value is irrelevant for simple on/off devices.

1-99 - forcing level of associated devices
255 - setting associated devices to the last remembered state or turning them on

Options
Parameter 12
Bitmask
LabelValue sent to ○ association group
Description1-99 or 255 (last state)
Word Size2
Default Value255
Allowable Range1 to 255
Overview

This parameter allows to set value sent to devices in association group. It will result in turning multilevel devices on with set or last level. Value is irrelevant for simple on/off devices.

1-99 - forcing level of associated devices
255 - setting associated devices to the last remembered state or turning them on

Options
Parameter 13
Bitmask
LabelValue sent to x association group
Description1-99 or 255 (last state)
Word Size2
Default Value255
Allowable Range1 to 255
Overview

This parameter allows to set value sent to devices in association group. It will result in turning multilevel devices on with set or last level. Value is irrelevant for simple on/off devices.

1-99 - forcing level of associated devices
255 - setting associated devices to the last remembered state or turning them on

Options
Parameter 14
Bitmask
LabelValue sent to Δ association group
Description1-99 or 255 (last state)
Word Size2
Default Value255
Allowable Range1 to 255
Overview

This parameter allows to set value sent to devices in association group. It will result in turning multilevel devices on with set or last level. Value is irrelevant for simple on/off devices.

1-99 - forcing level of associated devices
255 - setting associated devices to the last remembered state or turning them on

Options
Parameter 15
Bitmask
LabelValue sent to - association group
Description1-99 or 255 (last state)
Word Size2
Default Value255
Allowable Range1 to 255
Overview

This parameter allows to set value sent to devices in association group. It will result in turning multilevel devices on with set or last level. Value is irrelevant for simple on/off devices.

1-99 - forcing level of associated devices
255 - setting associated devices to the last remembered state or turning them on

Options
Parameter 16
Bitmask
LabelValue sent to + association group
Description1-99 or 255 (last state)
Word Size2
Default Value255
Allowable Range1 to 255
Overview

This parameter allows to set value sent to devices in association group. It will result in turning multilevel devices on with set or last level. Value is irrelevant for simple on/off devices.

1-99 - forcing level of associated devices
255 - setting associated devices to the last remembered state or turning them on

Options
Parameter 17
Bitmask
LabelPaired buttons association for □ and ○
Descriptionactivate paired buttons association mode for □ and ○ buttons
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview

This parameter allows to activate paired buttons association mode for □ and ○ buttons. Paired buttons are dependent and association are sent only to □ groups. ○ turns devices on and increases value, □ turns them off and decreases value.

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelpaired buttons association inactive
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labelpaired buttons association active
Option Overview
Parameter 18
Bitmask
LabelPaired buttons association for x and Δ
Descriptionallows to activate paired buttons association mode for x and Δ buttons
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview

This parameter allows to activate paired buttons association mode for x and Δ buttons. Paired buttons are dependent and association are sent only to x groups. Δ turns devices on and increases value, x turns them off and decreases value.

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelpaired buttons association inactive
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labelpaired buttons association active
Option Overview
Parameter 19
Bitmask
LabelPaired buttons association for - and +
Descriptionallows to activate paired buttons association mode for - and + buttons
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview

This parameter allows to activate paired buttons association mode for - and + buttons. Paired buttons are dependent and association are sent only to - groups. + turns devices on and increases value, - turns them off and decreases value. 

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelpaired buttons association inactive
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labelpaired buttons association active
Option Overview
Parameter 21
Bitmask
LabelScene activation for □ button
Description1 = 1 time, 2 = 2 times, 4 = 3 times, 8 = held down and released
Word Size1
Default Value9
Allowable Range0 to 15
Overview

This parameter determines which actions result in sending assigned scene IDs and attributes to the controller.

1 - Key pressed 1 time
2 - Key pressed 2 times
4 - Key pressed 3 times
8 - Key held down & released

Combine multiple actions by combining the values.

Options
Parameter 22
Bitmask
LabelScene activation for ○ button
Description1 = 1 time, 2 = 2 times, 4 = 3 times, 8 = held down and released
Word Size1
Default Value9
Allowable Range0 to 15
Overview

This parameter determines which actions result in sending assigned scene IDs and attributes to the controller.

1 - Key pressed 1 time
2 - Key pressed 2 times
4 - Key pressed 3 times
8 - Key held down & released

Combine multiple actions by combining the values.

Options
Parameter 23
Bitmask
LabelScene activation for x button
Description1 = 1 time, 2 = 2 times, 4 = 3 times, 8 = held down and released
Word Size1
Default Value9
Allowable Range0 to 15
Overview

This parameter determines which actions result in sending assigned scene IDs and attributes to the controller.

1 - Key pressed 1 time
2 - Key pressed 2 times
4 - Key pressed 3 times
8 - Key held down & released

Combine multiple actions by combining the values.

Options
Parameter 24
Bitmask
LabelScene activation for Δ button
Description1 = 1 time, 2 = 2 times, 4 = 3 times, 8 = held down and released
Word Size1
Default Value9
Allowable Range0 to 15
Overview

This parameter determines which actions result in sending assigned scene IDs and attributes to the controller.

1 - Key pressed 1 time
2 - Key pressed 2 times
4 - Key pressed 3 times
8 - Key held down & released

Combine multiple actions by combining the values.

Options
Parameter 25
Bitmask
LabelScene activation for - button
Description1 = 1 time, 2 = 2 times, 4 = 3 times, 8 = held down and released
Word Size1
Default Value9
Allowable Range0 to 15
Overview

This parameter determines which actions result in sending assigned scene IDs and attributes to the controller.

1 - Key pressed 1 time
2 - Key pressed 2 times
4 - Key pressed 3 times
8 - Key held down & released

Combine multiple actions by combining the values.

Options
Parameter 26
Bitmask
LabelScene activation for + button
Description1 = 1 time, 2 = 2 times, 4 = 3 times, 8 = held down and released
Word Size1
Default Value9
Allowable Range0 to 15
Overview

This parameter determines which actions result in sending assigned scene IDs and attributes to the controller.

1 - Key pressed 1 time
2 - Key pressed 2 times
4 - Key pressed 3 times
8 - Key held down & released

Combine multiple actions by combining the values.

Options
Parameter 29
Bitmask
LabelAssociations in Z-Wave network security mode
Descriptiondefines how commands are sent in specified association groups
Word Size2
Default Value4095
Allowable Range0 to 4095
Overview

Parameter defines how commands are sent in specified association groups: using Security Mode or not. Parameter is active only in Z-Wave network Security Mode. It does not apply to 1st “Lifeline” association group.

Available settings:

1 - 2nd group sent using Security Mode
2 - 3rd group sent using Security Mode
4 - 4th group sent using Security Mode
8 - 5th group sent using Security Mode
16 - 6th group sent using Security Mode
32 - 7th group sent using Security Mode
64 - 8th group sent using Security Mode
128 - 9th group sent using Security Mode
256 - 10th group sent using Security Mode
512 - 11th group sent using Security Mode
1024 - 12th group sent using Security Mode
2048 - 13th group sent using Security Mode

Set multiple values by combining the values together.

Options

Association Groups

Group ID1
LabelLifeline
Description“Lifeline” reports the device status and allows for assigning single device only (main controller by default).
Maximum Nodes1
ControllerYes
Overview
Group ID2
LabelSquare - On/Off
Description“Square - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the □ button and is used to turn on/off associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID3
LabelSquare - Multilevel
Description“Square - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the □ button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID4
LabelCircle - On/Off
Description“Circle - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the ○ button and is used to turn on/off associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID5
LabelCircle - Multilevel
Description“Circle - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the ○ button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID6
LabelCross - On/Off
Description“Cross - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the x button and is used to turn on/off associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID7
LabelCross - Multilevel
Description“Cross - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the x button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID8
LabelTriangle - On/Off
Description“Triangle - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the Δ button and is used to turn on/off associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID9
LabelTriangle - Multilevel
Description“Triangle - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the Δ button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID10
LabelMinus - On/Off
Description“Minus - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the - button and is used to turn on/off associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID11
LabelMinus - Multilevel
Description“Minus - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the - button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID12
LabelPlus - On/Off
Description“Plus - On/Off” is assigned to clicking the + button and is used to turn on/off associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview
Group ID13
LabelPlus - Multilevel
Description“Plus - Multilevel” is assigned to clicking and holding the + button and is used to turn on/off and change level of associated devices.
Maximum Nodes5
ControllerNo
Overview

Endpoints

Endpoint NameEndpoint 0
Endpoint Number0
Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_WALL_CONTROLLER
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_BASIC_WALL_CONTROLLER
Command Classes
Class Ver Basic NIF Sec UnSec
NO_OPERATION 1
BASIC 1
APPLICATION_STATUS 1
CRC_16_ENCAP 1
ASSOCIATION_GROUP_INFO 1
DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY 1
CENTRAL_SCENE 3
Scene Number
ZWAVE_PLUS_INFO 1
CONFIGURATION 1
MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC 1
POWERLEVEL 1
PROTECTION 2
FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD 1
BATTERY 1
WAKE_UP 2
ASSOCIATION 2
VERSION 2
MULTI_INSTANCE_ASSOCIATION 3

Reference Documents

User manual FGKF-601-EN-T-v1-0.pdf
Product Image FGKF601.jpeg

First added to database on 2017-07-12 23:16:12. Current released version is 2.
Last updated by sihui on 2018-12-11 10:17:35 (5 months ago).
Approved on 2018-12-11 10:17:56, and last exported on 2018-12-11 10:17:59.

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