NodOn Micro manual

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“Factory Reset”
To perform a factory reset, press on the Micro Smart Plug button
during 5 seconds until the LED becomes orange. Release the
button, the LED will blink red/green.
Factory Reset clears the Micro Smart Plug’s memory and set
parameters to their default value.
Warning : Please use this procedure only when the primary controller is missing or otherwise
inoperable.
Resetting the Micro Smart Plug does not mean it has been removed from Z-Wave
®
network
controller’s memory.
Use the primary controller to remove the Micro Smart Plug from its Z-Wave
®
network (follow
“EXCLUSION” procedures below), before doing a Factory Reset.

INCLUSION PROCEDURE

To add the Micro Smart Plug into a Z-Wave
®
network:
1 Plug the Micro Smart Plug.
2 Put the Micro Smart Plug in “Learning mode”.
3 Within 30 seconds put the Z-Wave
®
Controller in
“Learning mode” (See the Controller user guide for its
own Inclusion procedure).
The Micro Smart Plug will conrm the success of the Inclusion
procedure by blinking its LED in Green.

EXCLUSION PROCEDURE

To remove the Micro Smart Plug from a Z-Wave
®
network:
1 Make sure the Micro Smart Plug is plugged.
2 Put the Micro Smart Plug in “Learning mode”.
3 Within 30 seconds put the Z-Wave
®
Controller in
“Learning mode” (See the Controller user guide for its
own Exclusion procedure).
The Micro Smart Plug will conrm the success of the Exclusion
procedure by blinking its LED in Red.

METERING

Micro Smart Plug is able to measure the amount of electric energy
consumed by the load plugged on it. This function is able to return
the power in Watt (W) and the cumulative energy in Watt-hour (Wh)
consumed since the product was installed or since the last reset.
This energy and power reports are accessible through your
gateway’s interface.

ASSOCIATION GROUPS

Using association group, the Micro Smart Plug is able to command
or notify another device of a Z-Wave
®
network.
The association groups are set by the Main Controller. Once set,
the association groups allow direct control, between Micro Smart
Plug and associated devices, without involving the Main Controller
in the communication.
The NodOn
®
Micro Smart Plug proposes 6 association groups:
Group Group Name
1 Lifeline
2 Follow State
3 Follow Complementary State
4 Metering - High Threshold - Set
On/Off
5 Metering - Low Threshold - Set On/Off
6 Metering - Report
Group 1 – Lifeline
Maximum number of devices in group: 5
This group is generally used to report information of the Micro
Smart Plug to the Main Controller of the network.
Group 2 – Follow State
Maximum number of devices in group: 5
When the Micro Smart Plug is switched ON (respectively OFF)
using the local button, it will send ON (respectively OFF) command
to the associated devices. No command is sent if the Micro Smart
Plug is switched ON or OFF wirelessly.
This group is congurable through the parameter 3.
Group 3 – Follow Complementary State
Maximum number of devices in group: 5
When the Micro Smart Plug is switched ON (respectively OFF)
using the local button, it will send OFF (respectively ON) command
to the associated devices. No command is sent if the Micro Smart
Plug is switched ON or OFF wirelessly.
This group is congurable through the parameter 3.
Group 4 - Metering - High Threshold - Set On/Off
Maximum number of devices in group: 5
When the Micro Smart Plug reaches over the high threshold of
power dened by the conguration parameter, it will send OFF or
ON command to the associated devices.
This group is congurable through the parameter 25 and 27.
Group 5 - Metering - Low Threshold - Set On/Off
Maximum number of devices in group: 5
When the Micro Smart Plug reaches below the low threshold of
power dened by the conguration parameter, it will send OFF or
ON command to the associated devices.
This group is congurable through the parameters 26 and 27.
Group 6 - Metering - Report
Maximum number of devices in group: 5
All the meter reports and notications triggered by Metering
parameters will be reported to the devices present in this group.
This group is congurable through the parameters 21, 22, 23 and
24.

CONFIGURATION

The Micro Smart Plug NodOn
®
offers a wide range of
congurations, which can be set and handled by the Z-Wave
®
network Main Controller.
Default State
Parameter Number Default Value Size
1 2 1 [byte]
This parameter denes the status of the Micro Smart Plug after a power outage
or after being plugged.
Value Description
0 OFF
1 ON
2 Status before power outage
Follow State
Parameter Number Default Value Size
3 3 1 [byte]
This parameter allows to enable or disable Group 2 & Group 3.
Value Description
0 Group 2 & Group 3 disable
1 Group 2 enable
2 Group 3 enable
The value may be the sum of available values.
For example, if you want to enable Group 2 & 3, the parameter
value is 1+2=3.
Always On
Parameter Number Default Value Size
4 0 1 [byte]
This parameter forces the Micro Smart Plug status to be ON. While enable it is
not possible to switch OFF the plug (local or wireless).
Value Description
0 Always ON disable
1 Always ON enable
Power Auto-Sending Report
Parameter Number Default Value Size
21 10 1 [byte]
This parameter will send a power report automatically if the power value
changes of x % W (Watt) compared to the last report.
Value Description
0 Power Auto-Polling Report Disable
1 (to 100) Power Auto-Polling Report Enable
if 1% (to100%) variation
Micro Smart Plug Type E
Reference: MSP-3-1-01
Micro Smart Plug Schuko
Reference: MSP-3-1-11
Power supply: 230V AC +/-10% - 50Hz
Self-consumption <1W
Max. power: 1800W continuous (Resistive load)
Radio frequency: 868MHz
Range up to 80 meters outdoor
Range up to 40 meters indoor
Operational temperature: -10°C / 50°C
IP20
Radio protocol: Z-Wave Plus
®
(500 series)
Dimensions: 46mm (Diameter) x 74mm (H)
Weight: 67g
Warranty: 2 years

USER GUIDE

MICRO SMART PLUG

The NodOn
®
Micro Smart Plug allows to control (Power ON or
Power OFF) an electrical appliance plugged on it: bedside lamp,
electrical heater, coffee machine, etc.
The NodOn
®
Micro Smart Plug is compatible with the worldwide
Home Automation standard, Z-Wave
®
, and all the products
Z-Wave
®
or Z-Wave Plus
®
certied from other manufacturers and/
or other applications. All non-battery operated nodes within the
network will act as repeaters regardless of vendor to increase
reliability of the network.

INSTALLATION

1 Plug the NodOn
®
Micro Smart Plug on your power
outlet.
2 Plug the electrical appliance, you want to control, on
the NodOn
®
Micro Smart Plug.
3 The Micro Smart Plug allows to switch ON (Power ON)
or switch OFF (Power OFF) the device you want to control.
Switching ON or OFF can be done through the Micro Smart Plug
local button, or any kind of Z-Wave
®
compatible devices, such as
the NodOn
®
Octan Remote, the NodOn
®
Soft Remote or a Home
Automation Gateway.
If the electrical appliance (ex.: bedside lamp) has an ON/OFF button, make sure it’s positioned
on “ON”, in order that the power ON of the Micro Smart Plug will switch ON the lamp.

MICRO SMART PLUG MODES

“Local Control”
The Micro Smart Plug can be switched ON or OFF locally, through
a short press on the local button. By default, the Micro Smart Plug
is switched ON when the LED is green, OFF when the LED is OFF.
“Learning Mode”
Press on the Micro Smart Plug button during 2 seconds until the
LED becomes red. Release the button, the LED will then glow in red.
The Micro Smart Plug is in “Learning mode”.To add or to remove
the Micro Smart Plug from a Z-Wave
®
network, follow “INCLUSION”
or “EXCLUSION” procedures below.
If the Micro Smart Plug is not added or removed from a network
within 30 seconds (or if the button is pushed during learning
mode), the Micro Smart Plug will automatically exit learning mode.
Expert remark: NodOn
®
created a power ecient « Learning
mode ». During this mode, the Micro Smart Plug will send its
« Node Information » (NIF) at regular interval.
If the Primary Controller is battery powered (such as the NodOn
®
Octan Remote), rst put
the Micro Smart Plug in “Learning mode”, and then proceed to the INCLUSION/EXCLUSION
procedure of your controller.
To send a single NIF, just triple press on the Micro Smart Plug’s button.
LED state Smart Plug State
Shine Red Learning mode activated
Blink in Green Successful Inclusion
Blink in Red Successful Exclusion
Blink in Orange “Learning mode” Timeout
ON
OFF
<1 s
<1 s
2 s
{Shining}
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