This scenario ensures the closing of all roller shutters and the switch off all the lights when someone leaves the house or when he leaves an area of the house to enter in another, for example he leaves the living area to enter in the bedrooms area.
The convenience of having only one command to close and switch off everything, allows the user to leave the zone peacefully, without the thought of having to check any light left on or to look for any roller shutter forgotten open, furthermore saving precious time.
In the example presented in this document, the scenario consists in the closure of all roller shutters and in the switch off of all the lights in the living area.
Consult the tutorial corresponding to your Z-Wave controller to get a detailed operation guide for implementing the configuration described in the current document. Refer to product manuals to learn about all configurable parameters of WiDom devices.
Closing all roller shutters and switching off lights of the entire living area
Referring to the Figure 1 below the sitting room light (L1) and the dining room light (L2) are controlled by respective buttons (P1 and P2). The roller shutters of the sitting room and the dining room are motorized (T3 and T4) and are controlled by respective UP/DOWN buttons (P3 and P4).
Figure 1- Living Area: lights, buttons and roller shutters arrangement.
We want to setup a behaviour in which the sitting room button controls also the closure of all the roller shutters and the switch off of the lights of the entire living area, through pressure holding on the button itself .
 In case we want to activate the scenario using bistable switches instead of buttons, it is enough to associate the functionality to the double or triple click event, since the single click event is already associated to the control of sitting room light.
Referring to the Figure 2 below:
W1 and W2 are WiDom Universal Relay Swicth
W3 and W4 are WiDom Universal Roller Shutter
- W1 is used to control the sitting room light (L1) and for the activation of the scenario switch off and close all through the sitting room button (P1);
- W2 is used to control the dining room light (L2) through the button (P2) and via Z-Wave network by W1 associations;
- W3 is used to control the sitting roller shutter (T3) through the button (P3) and via Z-Wave network by W1 associations;
- W4 is used to control the dining roller shutter (T4) through the button (P4) and via Z-Wave network by W1 associations;
Figure 2- Electric connections.
The hold pressure on the sitting room button switches off the correspondent light, but moreover, through the Z-Wave network, it drives the devices W2, W3 and W4 for switching off the dining room light and for closing both the roller shutters.
Figure 3-- WiDom Universal Relay Switch and WiDom Universal Roller Shutter connections.
W2, W3, W4 are associated to Group 5 (devices controlled by hold click) of W1
Parameter 4 (1 byte) = 3: Set to OFF the status of the device when the event of hold pressure on the external switch has occurred.
Parameter 36 (0x24) (1 byte) = 0: Set to OFF the ON_LEVEL of the Group 5 associated devices (devices controlled by hold pressure). In this way a switch off or closing command will be sent to all associated devices, whatever their status.
Parameter 62 (0x3E) (1 byte) = 1: Configures to BUTTON the type of external switch connected to the device.
Note: This parameter will be already set to 1 (BUTTON) if the device inclusion was previously executed by one click on the external switch (obviously if the external switch is really a button).
Parameter 62 (0x3E) (1 byte) = 1: Set to BUTTON the type of external switch connected to the device.
Note: This parameter will be set to 1 (BUTTON) if the device inclusion is executed by one click on the external switch (obviously if the external switch is really a button).
W3, W4 Devices
Note: Additional configurations for the devices W3 and W4 are not necessary to realize the described scenario. They use the factory configuration.