Device Overview

ManufacturerFibargroup
Manufacturer ID010F
NameFGD212
Device DescriptionDimmer 2
CategoryWall Switch
References (Type:Id)0102:1000,0102:2000,0102:3000,0102:4000
Firmware VersionsAll after 3.5
Protocol Version4.005
Library TypeLIB_SLAVE_ENHANCED
Always ListeningYes
Frequently ListeningNo
Supports RoutingYes
Supports BeamingYes
Supports SecurityNo
Maximum Data Rate40000
Device Overview

Remotely controlled light dimming module is designed to work with various types of light sources. It may be connected to two-wire or three-wire configuration so it can operate with or without neutral lead. FIBARO Dimmer 2 can switch or dim connected light source either through radio waves or through the wall switch connected directly to it.

New FIBARO Dimmer 2 is equipped with an algorithm of smart light source detection which makes configuration easier and ensures high compatibility of the device. It may be used as a switch with nondimmable light sources (in 3-wire connection).

Main features of FIBARO Dimmer 2:

  • Compatible with any Z-Wave or Z-Wave+ Controller
  • Controlled by FIBARO Home Center or any other Z-Wave controller
  • Advanced microprocessor control, • Implemented algorithm of smart light source detection
  • Auto-adjustment of the appropriate control mode to connected load
  • Active power and energy metering functionality
  • Soft start function, • Memory of the last lighting level settings
  • Works with various types of switches – momentary, toggle, three-way, etc
  • Active element: semiconductor electronic switch
  • To be installed in wall switch boxes of dimensions allowing for installation, conforming to provisions of applicable regulations
  • FGD-212 is an extension unit.
Inclusion Information
  1. Place the Dimmer 2 within the direct range of your Z-Wave controller.
  2. Identify switch no. 1 (turns the light on) or the B-button (located on the device’s housing).
  3. Set the main controller in (security/non-security) add mode (see the controller’s manual).
  4. Quickly, three times press switch no. 1 or the B-button.
  5. Wait for the adding process to end.
  6. Successful adding will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.
Exclusion Information
  1. Place the Dimmer 2 within the direct range of your Z-Wave controller.
  2. Identify switch no. 1 (turns the light on) or the B-button (located on the device’s housing).
  3. Set the main controller in remove mode (see the controller’s manual).
  4. Quickly, three times press switch no. 1 or the B-button.
  5. Wait for the removing process to end.
  6. Successful removing will be confirmed by the Z-Wave controller’s message.
  7. Dimmer 2 will start the calibration process.
Usage Information
Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Unique Referencefgd212

Configuration Parameters

Parameter 1
Bitmask
LabelMinimum brightness level
Descriptionset automatically during the calibration
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range1 to 98
Overview

The parameter is set automatically during the calibration process. The parameter can be changed manually after the calibration.

Options
Parameter 2
Bitmask
LabelMaximum brightness level
Descriptionparameter is set automatically during the calibration process
Word Size1
Default Value99
Allowable Range1 to 99
Overview

The parameter is set automatically during the calibration process. The parameter can be changed manually after the calibration.

Options
Parameter 3
Bitmask
LabelIncandescence level of dimmable CFL*
DescriptionVirtual value (percentage between 1% and 99%)
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range1 to 99
Overview

Virtual value set as a percentage level between parameters MIN (1%) and MAX. (99%). The Dimmer 2 will set to this value after first switch on. It is required for warming up and switching dimmable compact fluorescent lamps and certain types of light sources.

*CFL: compact fluorescent lamps

Options
Parameter 4
Bitmask
LabelIncandescence time of dimmable CFL*
Descriptiontime required for switching. 0s - 25,5s
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

Incandescence time of dimmable compact fluorescent lamps

This parameter determines the time required for switching compact fluorescent lamps and certain types of light sources. Setting this parameter to 0 will disable the incandescence functionality. Available settings: 0-255 (0s - 25,5s).

*CFL: compact fluorescent lamps

Options
Parameter 5
Bitmask
LabelDimming Step at Automatic Control
Descriptionpercentage of a dimming step at automatic control. 1-99
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range1 to 99
Overview

The parameter defines the percentage of a dimming step at automatic control. 1-99

Options
Parameter 6
Bitmask
LabelDimming Step Timing at Automatic Control
DescriptionDefines the time of a dimming step at automatic control
Word Size2
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

The parameter defines the time of a dimming step at automatic control. Available settings: 0-255 (0s - 2,55s)

Options
Parameter 7
Bitmask
LabelDimming Step at Manual Control
DescriptionThe parameter defines the percentage of a dimming step at manual control. 1-99
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range1 to 99
Overview
Options
Parameter 8
Bitmask
LabelDimming Step Timing at Manual Control
DescriptionDefines the time of a dimming step at manual control.
Word Size2
Default Value5
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

The parameter defines the time of a dimming step at manual control. Available settings: 0-255 (0s - 2,55s)

Options
Parameter 9
Bitmask
LabelSaving state before power failure
DescriptionSaving state before power failure
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelAll outputs are set to OFF upon power restore
Option Overview

State NOT saved at power failure, all outputs are set to OFF upon power restore

Option Value1
Option LabelOutputs set to previous state upon power restore
Option Overview

State saved at power failure, all outputs are set to previous state upon power restore

Parameter 10
Bitmask
LabelTimer functionality (auto - off)
DescriptionDefines the setting of the timer
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 32767
Overview

The parameter defines the setting of the timer. Available settings:1-32767 - time to turn off measured in seconds (1s - 9,1h), 0 disables the function

Options
Parameter 11
Bitmask
LabelALL ON/ALL OFF function
DescriptionThe parameter specifies the available functions.
Word Size2
Default Value255
Allowable Range0 to 65535
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelALL ON not active, ALL OFF not active
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelALL ON not active, ALL OFF active
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelALL ON active, ALL OFF not active
Option Overview
Option Value255
Option LabelALL ON active, ALL OFF active
Option Overview
Parameter 13
Bitmask
LabelForce auto-calibration
DescriptionForce calibration process
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

Changing the value of this parameter to 1 will force the calibration process. During the calibration parameter is set to 1 and switched to 0 upon completion.

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelreadout
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelForce auto-calibration without Fibaro Bypass
Option Overview

Force auto-calibration of the load without Fibaro Bypass

Option Value2
Option LabelForce auto-calibration with Fibaro Bypass
Option Overview

Force auto-calibration of the load with Fibaro Bypass

Parameter 14
Bitmask
LabelAuto-calibration status (read-only parameter)
DescriptionOperating mode of the Dimmer
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview

This parameter determines operating mode of the Dimmer (automatic/manual settings).

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo calibration or manual settings
Option Overview

Calibration procedure not performed or Dimmer operates on manual settings

Option Value1
Option LabelDimmer operates on auto-calibration settings
Option Overview
Parameter 15
Bitmask
LabelBurnt out bulb detection
DescriptionPercentage value of power variation
Word Size1
Default Value30
Allowable Range0 to 99
Overview

Percentage value of power variation, compared to standard power consumption, measured during the calibration procedure (to be interpreted as load error/burnt out bulb). 1-99, 0 disables the function.

Options
Parameter 16
Bitmask
LabelTime delay of a burnt out bulb
DescriptionTime of delay for power variation detection
Word Size2
Default Value5
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

Time of delay (in seconds) for power variation detection, interpreted as a LOAD ERROR or OVERLOAD detection (too much power connected to the Dimmer 2). 0 disables the function.

Options
Parameter 19
Bitmask
LabelForced switch on brightness level
DescriptionDimmer 2 will always set this brightness level.
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 99
Overview

If the parameter is active, switching on the Dimmer 2 (S1 single click) will always set this brightness level. 0 disables the function.

Options
Parameter 20
Bitmask
LabelInputs Button/Switch configuration
DescriptionBinary inputs type configuration
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelMono-stable input (button)
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelBi-stable input (switch)
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelRoller blind switch (UP / DOWN)
Option Overview
Parameter 21
Bitmask
LabelValue sent to associated devices on single click
DescriptionThe value sent to associated devices on single click.
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelSet associated devices to last state
Option Overview

0xFF value is sent, which will set associated devices to their last state

Option Value1
Option LabelDimmer 2 state synchronizes brightness level
Option Overview

Current Dimmer 2 state is sent, which will synchronize brightness level

Parameter 22
Bitmask
LabelChange [On-Off] bi-stable keys
DescriptionAllow changing [On-Off] bi-stable keys
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

This function allow user to change [On-Off] bi-stable keys (parameter no. 14) (default value 0)

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelDevice changes status on key status change
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelStatus depends on key status
Option Overview

Device status depends on key status; ON when the key is ON, OFF when the key is OFF

Parameter 23
Bitmask
LabelDouble click option
DescriptionDouble-click set lighting at 100%
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelDisable double click
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelEnable double click
Option Overview
Parameter 24
Bitmask
LabelCommand frames sent in 2nd and 3rd assoc group
DescriptionActions not resulting in sending frames to assoc
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

Parameter determines, which actions will not result in sending frames to association groups.

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelall actions send to association groups
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labeldo not send when switching ON (single click)
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Labeldo not send when switching OFF (single click)
Option Overview
Option Value4
Option LabelDo not send when changing dimming level
Option Overview

Do not send when changing dimming level (holding and releasing)

Option Value8
Option Labeldo not send on double click
Option Overview
Option Value16
Option Labelsend 0xFF value on double click
Option Overview
Parameter 25
Bitmask
LabelCommand frames sent in 4th and 5th assoc grp
DescriptionActions not resulting in sending frames to assoc grp
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

Parameter determines, which actions will not result in sending frames to association groups.

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelall actions send to association groups
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labeldo not send when switching ON (single click)
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Labeldo not send when switching OFF (single click)
Option Overview
Option Value4
Option LabelDo not send when changing dimming level
Option Overview

Do not send when changing dimming level (holding and releasing)

Option Value8
Option Labeldo not send on double click
Option Overview
Option Value16
Option Labelsend 0xFF value on double click
Option Overview
Parameter 26
Bitmask
LabelThe function of 3-way switch
DescriptionKey no. 2 controls the Dimmer additionally
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

Key no. 2 controls the Dimmer additionally (in 3-way switch mode). Function disabled for parameter 20 set to 2 (roller blind switch).

Options
Option Value0
Option Label3-way switch function for S2 disabled
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Label3-way switch function for S2 enabled
Option Overview
Parameter 27
Bitmask
LabelAssociations in Z-Wave network security mode
DescriptionDefines commands are sent as secure or non-secure
Word Size1
Default Value15
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

This parameter defines how commands are sent in specified association groups: as secure or non-secure. Parameter is active only in Z-Wave network security mode. It does not apply to 1st Lifeline group.

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelall groups (II-V) sent as non-secure
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Label2nd group sent as secure
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Label3rd group sent as secure
Option Overview
Option Value4
Option Label4th group sent as secure
Option Overview
Option Value8
Option Label5th group sent as secure
Option Overview
Option Value15
Option Labelall groups (II-V) sent as secure
Option Overview
Parameter 28
Bitmask
LabelScene activation functionality
DescriptionSCENE ID depends on the switch type configuration
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelScene functionality deactivated
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelScene functionality activated
Option Overview
Parameter 29
Bitmask
LabelSwitch functionality of S1 and S2
DescriptionSwitch S1 and S2 buttons
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option Labelstandard mode
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelS1 operates as S2, S2 operates as S1
Option Overview
Parameter 30
Bitmask
LabelLoad control mode
DescriptionThe parameter defines the used control mode.
Word Size1
Default Value2
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option Labelforced leading edge control
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labelforced trailing edge control
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelControl mode selected automatically
Option Overview

Control mode selected automatically (based on auto-calibration)

Parameter 31
Bitmask
LabelLoad recognized during auto-calibration
DescriptionLoad control mode recognized during auto-calibration
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option Labelleading edge control
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labeltrailing edge control
Option Overview
Parameter 32
Bitmask
LabelOn/Off mode
DescriptionMode for connecting non-dimmable light sources
Word Size1
Default Value2
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

This mode is necessary while connecting non-dimmable light sources. Enabling parameter 32 automatically ignores brightening/- dimming time settings.

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelon/off mode disabled (dimming is possible)
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labelon/off mode enabled (dimming is not possible)
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Labelmode selected automatically
Option Overview
Parameter 33
Bitmask
LabelDimmability of the load (read only)
DescriptionDimmability of the load (read only)
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 1
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelLoad recognized as dimmable
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelLoad recognized as non-dimmable
Option Overview
Parameter 34
Bitmask
LabelSoft-Start functionality
DescriptionTime required to warm up the filament of halogen bulb.
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option Labelno soft-start
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labelshort soft-start (0,1s)
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Labellong soft-start (0,5s)
Option Overview
Parameter 35
Bitmask
LabelAuto-calibration after power on
DescriptionDetermines trigger of auto-calibration procedure
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

This parameter determines the trigger of auto-calibration procedure, e.g. power on, load error, etc.

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo auto-calibration of the load after power on
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelAuto-calibration performed after first power on
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelAuto-calibration performed after each power on
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option LabelAuto-calibration after pwr up or load error
Option Overview

Auto-calibration performed after first power on or after each LOAD ERROR

Option Value4
Option LabelAuto-calibration after pwr on or load error
Option Overview

Auto-calibration performed after each power on or after each LOAD ERROR

Parameter 37
Bitmask
LabelBehaviour of the Dimmer after overload or surge
Description
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelDevice permanently disabled
Option Overview

Device permanently disabled until re-enabling by command or push-button

Option Value1
Option Labelthree attempts to turn on the load
Option Overview
Parameter 38
Bitmask
LabelBrightness level correction for flickering loads
DescriptionDuration of brightn level correction for flickering
Word Size2
Default Value255
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

This parameter specifies the duration of Brightness level correction for flickering loads in seconds. 255 sets the function to "always enabled". 0 disables the function.
Correction reduces spontaneous flickering of some capacitive load (e.g. dimmable LEDs) at certain brightness levels in 2-wire installation.
In countries using ripple-control, correction may cause changes in brightness. In this case it is necessary to disable correction or adjust time of correction for flickering loads.

Options
Parameter 39
Bitmask
LabelPower limit - OVERLOAD
DescriptionDefined value turns off load
Word Size2
Default Value250
Allowable Range0 to 250
Overview

Reaching the defined value will result in turning off the load. Parameter 39 is relevant only in a 3-wire connection i or a 2-wire connection for load of cosφ ≥ 0.99. (1 W - 250 W). 0 disables the function.

Options
Parameter 40
Bitmask
LabelGeneral Purpose Alarm
DescriptionThe parameter specifies the response to an alarm.
Word Size1
Default Value3
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo reaction
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelTurn on the load
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelTurn off the load
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option LabelLoad blinking
Option Overview
Parameter 41
Bitmask
LabelWater Flooding Alarm
DescriptionThe parameter specifies the response to an alarm.
Word Size1
Default Value2
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo reaction
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelTurn on the load
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelTurn off the load
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option LabelLoad blinking
Option Overview
Parameter 42
Bitmask
LabelSmoke, CO or CO2 Alarm
DescriptionThe parameter specifies the response to an alarm.
Word Size1
Default Value3
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo reaction
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelTurn on the load
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelTurn off the load
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option LabelLoad blinking
Option Overview
Parameter 43
Bitmask
LabelTemperature Alarm
DescriptionThe parameter specifies the response to an alarm.
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo reaction
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelTurn on the load
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option LabelTurn off the load
Option Overview
Option Value3
Option LabelLoad blinking
Option Overview
Parameter 44
Bitmask
LabelTime of alarm state
DescriptionTime alarm state cancelled
Word Size2
Default Value600
Allowable Range1 to 32767
Overview

Alarm state may be cancelled earlier, as a result of pushing the wall-switch keys or sending the Z-Wave command frame. Available settings: 1-32767 (1s - 32767s).

Options
Parameter 45
Bitmask
LabelOVERLOAD alarm report
Description(load power consumption too high)
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo reaction
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelSend an alarm frame
Option Overview
Parameter 46
Bitmask
LabelLOAD ERROR alarm report
Description(no load, load failure, burnt out bulb)
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo reaction
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelSend an alarm frame
Option Overview
Parameter 47
Bitmask
LabelOVERCURRENT alarm report
Description(short circuit, burnt out bulb causing overcurrent)
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo reaction
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelSend an alarm frame
Option Overview
Parameter 48
Bitmask
LabelSURGE alarm report
Description(Dimmer output overvoltage)
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview
Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo reaction
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelSend an alarm frame
Option Overview
Parameter 49
Bitmask
LabelOVERHEAT and VOLTAGE DROP alarm report
DescriptionCritical temperature/VOLTAGE DROP alarm report
Word Size1
Default Value1
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

OVERHEAT (critical temperature) and VOLTAGE DROP (low voltage) alarm report

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelNo reaction
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelSend an alarm frame
Option Overview
Parameter 50
Bitmask
LabelActive power reports
DescriptionPwr level change resulting in power report sent
Word Size1
Default Value10
Allowable Range0 to 100
Overview

The parameter defines the power level change that will result in a new power report being sent. The value is a percentage of the previous report. 0 disables the function.

Options
Parameter 52
Bitmask
LabelPeriodic active power and energy reports
DescriptionTime period between consecutive reports
Word Size2
Default Value3600
Allowable Range0 to 32767
Overview

Parameter 52 defines a time period between consecutive reports. Timer is reset and counted from zero after each report (1 sec - 32767 sec). 0 disables the function.

Options
Parameter 53
Bitmask
LabelEnergy reports
DescriptionEnergy level change resulting in energy report sent
Word Size2
Default Value10
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

Energy level change which will result in sending a new energy report. Available settings: 1-255 (0,01 - 2,55 kWh). 0 disables the function.

Options
Parameter 54
Bitmask
LabelSelf-measurement
DescriptionReports include power/energy used by device
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

The Dimmer may include active power and energy used by itself in reports sent to the main controller.

Options
Option Value0
Option LabelSelf-measurement inactive
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option LabelSelf-measurement active
Option Overview
Parameter 58
Bitmask
LabelMethod of calculating the active power
DescriptionCalculation of active power
Word Size1
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 255
Overview

This parameter defines how to calculate active power. It is useful in a case of 2-wire connection with light sources other than resistive. Note: Parameter 58 is set to 0 after forced auto-calibration

Options
Option Value0
Option Labelmeasurement based on the standard algorithm
Option Overview
Option Value1
Option Labelapproximation based on the calibration data
Option Overview
Option Value2
Option Labelapproximation based on the control angle
Option Overview
Parameter 59
Bitmask
LabelApproximated power at the maximum brightness level
DescriptionApproximated power at the maximum brightness level
Word Size2
Default Value0
Allowable Range0 to 500
Overview

This parameter determines the approximate value of the power that will be reported by the device at its maximum brightness level. Available settings: 0-500 (0-500W). Note: Parameter 59 works only when parameter 58 has a value other than 0.

Options

Association Groups

Group ID1
LabelLifeline
Description
Maximum Nodes1
ControllerYes
Overview
Group ID2
LabelSends BASIC SET command class
Description
Maximum Nodes10
ControllerNo
Overview

Sends BASIC SET command class frame according to the state of the device

Group ID3
LabelSends BASIC SET command class
Description
Maximum Nodes10
ControllerNo
Overview

Sends BASIC SET command class frame according to the state of the device

Group ID4
LabelSends BASIC SET command class
Description
Maximum Nodes10
ControllerNo
Overview

Sends BASIC SET command class frame according to the state of the device

Group ID5
LabelSends BASIC SET command class
Description
Maximum Nodes10
ControllerNo
Overview

Sends BASIC SET command class frame according to the state of the device

Endpoints

Endpoint NameEndpoint 0
Endpoint Number0
Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Command Classes
Class Ver Basic NIF Sec UnSec
NO_OPERATION 1
BASIC 1
APPLICATION_STATUS 1
SWITCH_MULTILEVEL 3
SWITCH_ALL 1
SCENE_ACTIVATION
Scene Number
SENSOR_MULTILEVEL 4
Sensor (power) [deprecated]
METER 3
Electric meter (kWh) [deprecated]
Electric meter (watts) [deprecated]
Reset the total power consumption
CRC_16_ENCAP 1
DEVICE_RESET_LOCALLY 1
ZWAVE_PLUS_INFO 1
MULTI_INSTANCE 2
CONFIGURATION
Force initial brightness
ALARM 5
Alarm (heat)
Alarm (power)
Alarm (system)
MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC 1
POWERLEVEL
PROTECTION 2
FIRMWARE_UPDATE_MD 1
ASSOCIATION 2
VERSION 2
SECURITY 1
Endpoint NameEndpoint 1
Endpoint Number1
Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Command Classes
Class Ver Basic NIF Sec UnSec
BASIC
SWITCH_MULTILEVEL 3
Dimmer 1
SENSOR_MULTILEVEL 4
Sensor (power) 1
METER 3
Electric meter (kWh) 1
Electric meter (watts) 1
ZWAVE_PLUS_INFO 1
ALARM 5
Alarm (heat) 1
Alarm (power) 1
Alarm (system) 1
Send Notification
ASSOCIATION 2
VERSION 2
Endpoint NameEndpoint 2
Endpoint Number2
Basic ClassBASIC_TYPE_ROUTING_SLAVE
Generic ClassGENERIC_TYPE_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Specific ClassSPECIFIC_TYPE_POWER_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Command Classes
Class Ver Basic NIF Sec UnSec
BASIC
SWITCH_MULTILEVEL 3
Dimmer 2
ZWAVE_PLUS_INFO 1
ASSOCIATION 2
VERSION 2

Reference Documents

Product Image FGD212.jpg
Operating manual Fibaro-Dimmer-2-FGD212-v3-5.pdf

First added to database on 2018-03-10 12:18:30. Current released version is 15.
Last updated by sihui on 2019-05-31 06:31:46 (4 months ago).
Approved on 2019-05-31 06:31:51, and last exported on 2019-05-31 06:31:55.

Comments  
# Simon Barton 2019-09-09 14:11
I understand that Fibaro dimmers (and switches) implement the Protection command class to enable the device either to lock-out the local S1 S2 inputs (to prevent users operating the switch locally) or to lock out the z-wave control (I'm not sure why you'd want to do that)

Has anyone looked at implmenting this as a channel so that we can lock out local control programmatically - perhaps on a schedule?

I'm not sure how that command class works. You can apparently lock out neither, one or the other or both so it may be binary bits and I'm not sure how to go about implementing a channel where the inputs are (perhaps) 0, 1, 2 or 3.
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