Fibaro FGMS-001

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    OPERATING MANUAL
    FIBARO MOTION SENSOR
    FGMS-001 V2.4
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor is a universal Z-Wave multi-sensor. Along
    with detecting motion the device measures the temperature and light
    intensity. The sensor has a built-in accelerometer to detect any
    tampering of the device. The Fibaro Motion Sensor is battery powe-
    red device and designed to be installed quckly and easily on any
    surface. The LED indicator signals motion, temperature level, opera-
    ting mode and can be used to see if device is within the Z-Wave
    network. The motion sensor can be used for lighting scenes and
    security monitoring systems.
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor can be included into the Z-Wave network
    by using the B-button.
    1) Insert the battery into the Fibaro Motion Sensor. Enclosure lock is
    marked with a dot. Make sure the device is located within the direct
    range of the main controller.
    2) Set the main controller into the learning mode (see main
    controller’s operating manual).
    3) Quickly, triple click the B-button - LED diode will glow blue.
    4) Fibaro Motion Sensor will be detected and included in the Z-Wave
    network.
    5) Wait for the main controller to configure the sensor.
    6) If necessary, wake up the Motion Sensor by triple clicking the
    B-button.
    7) LED diode will glow blue to confirm the sensor woke up, and then
    wait for the main controller to configure the sensor.
    Diagram 1 - B-button.
    Diagram 2 - Motion detector, light sensor, LED diode.
    Diagram 4 - Fibaro Motion Sensor installation.
    Diagram 3 - preparing Fibaro Motion Sensor for operation.
    TECHNICAL INFORMATION
    III. EXCLUDING SENSOR FROM THE Z-WAVE NETWORK
    I. GLOSSARY OF TERMS
    IV. SENSOR INSTALLATION
    VI. INSTALLATION NOTES
    X. EARTHQUAKE DETECTOR MODE
    XIV. BATTERY USAGE TIPS
    V. DETECTION AREA AND WORKING CONDITIONS
    VII. RESETTING THE FIBARO MOTION SENSOR
    XI. SENSOR’S ORIENTATION IN SPACE
    XII. LED VISUAL INDICATORS AND SETTINGS
    XIII. Z-WAVE RANGE TEST
    VIII. OPERATING WITHIN THE Z-WAVE NETWORK
    IX. ASSOCIATIONS
    II. Z-WAVE NETWORK INCLUSION
    Power Supply:
    EU directive compliance:
    Recommended installation height:
    Operational Temperature:
    Measured Temperature Range:
    Temperature Measuring
    Accuracy:
    Light Intensity Measuring Range:
    Radio Protocol:
    Radio Frequency:
    Range:
    CR123A battery, 3.6 VDC
    LVD 2006/95/WE
    EMC 2004/108/WE
    R&TTE 1999/5/WE
    RoHS II
    2,4m
    0-40
    o
    C
    -20 to 100
    o
    C
    0,5
    o
    C (within 0
    o
    C-40
    o
    C range)
    0-32000 LUX
    Z-Wave
    869 MHz EU;
    908 MHz US;
    921 MHz ANZ;
    869 MHz RU;
    up to 50 m outdoors
    up to 30 m indoors
    (depending on terrain and
    building structure)
    B-BUTTON
    SENSOR
    Diagram 6 - Fibaro Motion Sensor’s motion detection area.
    Diagram 5 - Fibaro Motion Sensor’s proximity area.
    I’M
    READY
    SPECIFICATIONS
    - Compatible with any Z-Wave controller.
    - Detects motion using a passive IR sensor.
    - Measures the temperature.
    - Measures the light intensity.
    - Easy installation on a wall or any surface.
    - Protected against tampering and theft - once vibrations are
    detected, the notification is sent to the main controller.
    - Alarms of movement and temperature are signaled by LED diode
    blinking.
    - Simple earthquake detector mode.
    1) Make sure the sensor is connected to power source.
    2) Set the main controller into the learn mode (see main controller’s
    operating manual)
    3) Quickly, triple click the B-button, located on Fibaro Motion Senso-
    r’s enclosure.
    4) LED diode will glow blue confirming the device has been excluded
    from the network.
    INCLUSION (adding a device, learning mode) - a device sends the
    Z-Wave Node Info command frame allowing to add the device to the
    Fibaro System (Home Center)
    EXCLUSION (removing / deleting a device) - removing a device
    from the Fibaro System.
    ASSOCIATION - controling other devices within the Fibaro System
    MultiChannelAssociation - controling other multi-channel devices
    within the Fibaro System.
    1) Include the device into the Z-Wave network (see p.II). Note that
    the inclusion process may be performed ONLY in direct range of the
    main controller.
    2) Install the sensor’s holder in desired location.
    3) If the sensor is already included in the Z-Wave network, wake it up
    by triple clicking the B-button.
    4) Insert the Motion Sensor in its holder.
    5) Test the sensor’s operation - check whether the LED diode
    indicates motion detection.
    6) Test the Z-Wave network assuring the device is within range.
    Fibaro Motion Sensor cannot be pointed at any source of heat (e.g.
    radiators, fireplaces, cookers, etc.) or at any source of light (direct
    sunlight, lamps).
    It’s not recommended to install the motion sensor in places prone to
    drafts. Sensor can be mounted using screw or the sticker.
    Fibaro Motion Sensor allows for the association of three groups.
    1st Association Group is assigned to the device status - sending
    the BASIC SET control frame to the associated devices having
    detected motion.
    2nd Association Group is assigned to the tamper alarm. Alarm
    frame will be sent to the associated devices once tampering is
    detected.
    3rd Association Group reports the device status and allows for
    assigning a single device only (the main controller by default - the
    device reports its status to the main controller). It’s not recommen-
    ded to modify this association group.
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor allows for controlling 5 regular and 5
    multichannel devices per an association group, out of which 1 field is
    reserved for the Z-Wave network main controller.
    Fibaro Motion Sensor can be configured to work as a simple
    earthquake detector, by setting the Parameter 24 value to 4. Reports
    with scale of the vibrations (dimensionless) will be sent at the time
    intervals specified in Parameter 22. First report will be sent
    immediately after vibrations have been detected. The minimum
    value of the vibrations, resulting in report being sent, can be defined
    in Parameter 20. Once the vibrations cease, reports will stop being
    sent. The Home Center 2 menu presents the earthquake detector
    measurements in the following way:
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor’s battery life is approximately 2 years at
    factory default settings. The current battery level is displayed in a
    Home Center 2 interface. Red battery icon means the battery needs
    replacement. In order to avoid tamper detection while replacing the
    battery, remove association of the 2-nd association group and
    reduce tamper sensitivity (parameter 20 value set to 0). If battery
    discharges quickly, please check for the following conditions which
    may result in reducing the battery life:
    - Wake up interval is too short - it’s recommended to lengthen the
    interval.
    - Temperature and light intensity reports are sent too frequently -
    modify the advanced configuration settings to decrease the
    frequency.
    - If associated devices or the Z-Wave network main controller are
    disconnected from the power source it will cause the sensor to
    frequently attempt to reconnect to those devices which will result in
    shortening the battery life.
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor has a built-in accelerometer. When the
    value of parameter 24 is set to 2 or 3, Z-Wave networ controller will
    be informed on the Sensor’s orientation in space.
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor is equipped with a LED diode for
    indicating sensor’s operating modes and alarms. In addition the LED
    indicator may inform of the Z-Wave network range and the current
    temperature.
    LED indicator modes:
    1) Motion Alarm’s colour will vary depending on the temperature. The
    colour and the signaling mode can be set in parameter 80.
    2) Tamper alarm is signaled with an alternating blinking in red - blue
    - white.
    3) The Z-Wave Node Info command frame is signaled with glowing
    in blue. Node Info command frame is sent each time the device
    wakes up.
    To enter MENU press and hold the B-button for 3 seconds. MENU
    levels will be signaled with the LED colours:
    - VIOLET - Z-Wave network range tester
    - YELLOW - sensor reset.
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor has a built in Z-Wave network main
    controller’s range tester. Follow the below instructions to test the
    main controller’s range:
    1) Press and hold the B-button for 2 to 4 seconds until the LED glows
    violet.
    2) Release the B-button.
    3) Press the B-button again, briefly.
    4) LED will indicate the Z-Wave network’s range (range signaling
    modes described below).
    5) To exit Z-Wave range test, press the B-button breifly.
    Z-Wave range tester signaling modes:
    LED indicator pulsing green - Fibaro Motion Sensor attempts to
    extablish a direct communication with the main controller. If a direct
    communication attempt fails, sensor will try to establish a routed
    communication, through other modules, which will be signaled by
    LED indicator pulsing yellow.
    LED indicator glowing green - Fibaro Motion Sensor communica-
    tes with the main controller directly.
    LED indicator pulsing yellow - Fibaro Motion Sensor tries to
    establish a routed communication with the main controller through
    other modules (repeaters).
    LED indicator glowing yellow - Fibaro Motion Sensor communica-
    tes with the main controller through the other modules. After 2
    seconds the sensor will retry to establish a direct communication
    with the main controller, which will be signaled with LED blinking in
    green.
    LED indicator pulsing violet - Fibaro Motion Sensor does
    communicate at the maximum distance of the Z-Wave network. If
    connection proves successful it will be confirmed with a yellow glow.
    It’s not recommended to use the sensor at the range limit.
    LED indicator glowing red - Fibaro Motion Sensor is not able to
    connect to the main controller directly or through another Z-Wave
    network device (repeater).
    By using association with Fibaro’s devices the Fibaro Motion Sensor
    may control another Z-Wave network device, e.g. a Dimmer, Relay
    Switch, Roller Shutter, RGBW Controller, Wall Plug, or a scene
    (scene only through the Home Center 2 main controller).
    Fibaro Motion Sensor’s detection area is shown in diagram #6.
    Fibaro Motion Sensor has to be installed in a corner of the room or
    perpendicularly to the doors.
    Actual range of the sensor can be influenced by environment
    conditions. Should false motion alarms be reported, check for any
    moving objects within the sensor’s detection area, such as trees
    blowing in the wind, cars passing by, windmills. False motion alarms
    may be caused by moving masses of air and heat as well. If the
    device keeps on reporting false alarms, despite eliminating all of the
    above-mentioned factors, install the device in another place.
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor reset erases the EPROM memory,
    including all information on the Z-Wave network and the main
    controller.
    Fibaro Motion Sensor reset procedure:
    1) Make sure the battery works and is in place.
    2) Press and hold the B-button for 4-6 seconds until the LED glows
    signaling the 2nd menu level.
    3) Release the B-button.
    4) Again, press the B-button briefly.
    Successful reset will be confirmed with the LED changing colour to
    red and fading.
    Motion, temperature and light intensity values are presented in
    Home Center 2 menu with the following icons:
    NOTE
    Read this manual before attempting to install the
    device. Failure to observe recommendations
    included in this manual may be dangerous or cause
    a violation of the law. The manufacturer, Fibar Group
    Sp. z o.o., will not be held responsible for any loss or
    damage resulting from not following the instructions
    of operating manual.
    !
    NOTE
    Work within local code height requirements for
    installation of the Fibaro Smoke Sensor. Take
    special precautions during installation and use tools
    and equipment in perfect working order. It’s
    recommended to observe ladders, lifts and other
    obstacles.
    When handled carelessly or used in non-specified
    environment conditions, the device may not function
    properly. It’s highly recommended to take all safety
    precautions to ensure safety and property
    protection.
    !
    !
    NOTE
    Device reset will not remove it from the Z-Wave
    network main controller’s memory. Before resetting
    the device, it must be excluded from the Z-Wave
    network.
    !
    NOTE
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor is a battery-powered
    device. Using batteries other than specified may
    result in explosion. Dispose of properly, observing
    environmental protection rules.
    !
    NOTE
    The Fibaro Motion Sensor features remote software
    updates. The functionality is supported by the Fibaro
    Home Center 2 and may not be supported by other
    controllers. During the software update process, the
    sensor does NOT support alarm functions.
    !
    NOTE
    Fibaro Motion Sensor capabilities will vary
    depending on the Z-Wave network controller. Certain
    functionalities of the Fibaro Motion Sensor may not
    be supported by some controllers. To make sure
    your Z-Wave network controller supports the Fibaro
    Motion Sensor, get in touch with its manufacturer.
    !
    3 m
    0 m
    7 m
    0 m
    5 m
    5 m
    7 m
    NOTE
    Association allows for direct communication
    between Z-Wave network devices. Main controller
    does not take part in such communication. Using this
    mechanism, Fibaro Motion Sensor may
    communicate with other devices even when the
    main controller is damaged, e.g. in case of a fire.
    !
    Fibaro Motion Sensor has a bulit in motion detector, temperature
    sensor and light intensity sensor, which make it a multi-channel
    device. In the Home Center 2 menu it will be presented as three
    devices, depending on the main controller software version.
    NOTE
    STICKER
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Spécifications du FGMS-001 de la marque Fibaro

Généralités
Marque Fibaro
Modèle FGMS-001
Produit Détecteur de mouvements
EAN 5902020528258
Langue Anglais
Type de fichier PDF
Sécurité
Technologie de connectivité Sans fil
Type de capteur -
Autres caractéristiques
Portée maximale 50
Puissance
Type de batterie CR123A
Caractéristiques
Sensibilité lumineuse 32000lux
Couleur du produit Blanc
Certification LVD 2006/95/WE, EMC 2004/108/WE, R&TTE 1999/5/WE, RoHS II
Conditions environnementales
Température d'opération 0 - 40

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