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With a simple tap, the Fibaro Homekit Button lets you control various HomeKit-enabled devices such as lighting, fans, window shades, and locks. You can also run scenes, triggering them with one tap, two taps, or by holding the button down. Conveniently place or mount the Button anywhere in your houses, such as a bedside nightstand, kids’ room, or kitchen counter. The Button also comes in different colours for easily assigning family members individual buttons programmed with their own personal commands.

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With a simple tap, the Fibaro Homekit Button lets you control various HomeKit-enabled devices such as lighting, fans, window shades, and locks. You can also run scenes, triggering them with one tap, two taps, or by holding the button down. Conveniently place or mount the Button anywhere in your houses, such as a bedside nightstand, kids’ room, or kitchen counter. The Button also comes in different colours for easily assigning family members individual buttons programmed with their own personal commands.

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DescriptionWith a simple tap, the Fibaro Homekit Button lets you control various HomeKit-enabled devices such as lighting, fans, window shades, and locks. You can also run scenes, triggering them with one tap, two taps, or by holding the button down. Conveniently place or mount the Button anywhere in your houses, such as a bedside nightstand, kids' room, or kitchen counter. The Button also comes in different colours for easily assigning family members individual buttons programmed with their own personal commands.The Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 is a wireless Z-Wave module which can control appliances or lighting up to a maximum load of 2.0kW.
  • Control the ON-OFF function of a circuit remotely or using a wall switch
  • Compatible with all Z-Wave networks
  • Acts as a repeater expanding your Z-Wave network
  • Wide range of compatibility with existing light fittings and does NOT require expensive cabling
  • control loads up to 2kW (8A)
The main differences in the FGS-213 are:
  • Z-Wave Plus certification
  • Has power monitoring
  • 230V powered only (this is the same as the FGS-212)
  • No dry contacts - this is important. It means that the new FGS-213 cannot be used to control low voltage systems such as garden lights and irrigation, or where you want a pure volt-free switch such as alarm panels and garage door controls.
The Fibaro Roller Shutter Controller is designed to control blind, awning, garage door and gate motors.
  • Supports five different types of motor systems
  • Precise positioning of blind or awning
  • Automatic calibration
  • Wireless control of AC motors with "three wires" interface
  • Monitor and analyse energy usage
FIBARO Roller Shutter 3 (FGR-223) is a new Z-Wave Plus version of its predecessor model Fibaro Roller Shutter 2.
The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 is a wireless controller which enables you to manage your LED strips and halogen lights.
  • Wirelessly control LEDs with an unlimited range of colour options
  • Monitors energy usage
  • Four analogue sensor inputs
  • Four dimmer channels
  • Acts as a repeater expanding your Z-Wave network
The Fibaro Z-Wave In-Wall Dimmer 2 (FGD-212) is the newest version of a popular wireless controller designed to operate behind a wall switch.
  • Control the level of illumination of your light remotely or using a manual button (in two and three way configurations)
  • Implemented algorithm of smart light source detection
  • Acts as a repeater expanding your Z-Wave network
  • Wide range of compatibility with existing light fittings and does NOT require expensive re-wiring
  • Active power and energy metering functionality
  • Works with various types of manual buttons
  • Active element: semiconductor electronic switch
The?Fibaro Dimmer Bypass 2?(FGB-002)?is a?supplementary?device to the?Fibaro Z-Wave Dimmer 2 (FGD212 only) allowing it to control lamps that use at least 5W.
  • Easy to use and install
  • Supports low power lamps such as LEDs or?energy saving compact fluorescent lamps
ContentWith a simple tap, the Fibaro Homekit Button lets you control various HomeKit-enabled devices such as lighting, fans, window shades, and locks. You can also run scenes, triggering them with one tap, two taps, or by holding the button down. Conveniently place or mount the Button anywhere in your houses, such as a bedside nightstand, kids' room, or kitchen counter. The Button also comes in different colours for easily assigning family members individual buttons programmed with their own personal commands.

Product Details

The Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 is a smart Z-Wave module capable of remotely operating your existing light fittings. It works with Z-Wave enabled controllers (AUS/NZ version) and can be controlled individually or as part of a group in a pre-configured Scene. The device is designed to operate inside your wall socket and can be easily installed by a qualified electrician. This Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 requires 3-wire (including neutral) installation and works with an AC (110-230V) or DC (24-60V) power supply. The Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 also features a secondary switch input which allows it to directly control other associated Z-Wave devices. This means that by turning the switch ON/OFF you can also turn other associated devices ON/OFF even if they are not physically connected to the same Fibaro module. It also enables you to control the local load as part of 2-way and multi-way lighting circuits. This product integrates with all Australian certified (921.42MHz) Z-Wave controllers including:
  • Raspberry PI with RaZberry Card
  • Fibaro Home Controller 2/Lite
  • DHS Z-Wave Universal Remote Controller
  • DHS Z-Wave Mini Remote Controller

Configuring Z-Wave Devices

Z-Wave devices often have several configurable parameters which you can change using your Vera?s user interface. These parameters can include things such as the length of time a Z-Wave siren remains active or the type of manual switch connected to a Z-Wave light controller. Every available configurable parameter is listed in your device?s user manual. In most cases, your device?s default parameters will be suitable to your needs however sometimes it may be necessary to adjust them to optimally use your device. A guide to configuring Z-Wave devices with Vera UI7 is available in the Manuals section. Please check the maximum load before installing or operating. This installation must be done by a certified electrician in Australia and New Zealand. Before engaging an electrician, check that they provide an electrical compliance certificate. For a warranty claim, you have to provide an installation compliance certificate from your electrician.  

Technical Specifications

RF Protocol Z-Wave
RF Frequency 921.42Mhz - AU/NZ ?approved RF for Z?wave
Z?Wave device type Z-Wave Switch, Routing Slave
Power 110-230V?? 10% 50/60 Hz
Operation Range Up to 20m indoors with no obstacles
Weight 50g
Housing ABS
Compliance EN 55015, EN 60669-2-1
Regulatory Compliance Mark N5496
Dimensions (LxWxH) 42mm x 37mm x 17mm
 

Wiring Diagram

 

 

Documentation

Fibaro Z-Wave Single Switch 2 Manual (Size: 724 Kb) Configuring_ZWave_Device_Parameters_in_VeraUI7

Product Details

The Fibaro Roller Shutter 3 (FGR-223) is an advanced Z-Wave controller for automated roller blinds, awnings, venetian blinds, garage doors and gates. The module can control devices that are powered by an AC electric motor with a "three wire" interface. The Roller Shutter module features automatic calibration so that you can precisely position the blind. It also includes a power metering feature to help you measure power consumption. The Fibaro Roller Shutter 2 has five modes that enable it to perfectly control any electric garage door, gate, roller blind, awning or Venetian blind. This allows for the correct configuration and operation of a device through a special interface icon (via the Fibaro HC2).
  • Roller blinds with positioning
  • Roller blinds without positioning
  • Garage doors with positioning
  • Garage doors without positioning
  • Venetian blind

Configuring Z-Wave Devices:

Z-Wave devices often have several configurable parameters which you can change using your Vera?s user interface. These parameters can include things such as the length of time a Z-Wave siren remains active for or the type of manual switch connected to a Z-Wave light controller. Every available configurable parameter is listed in your device?s user manual. In most cases your device?s default parameters will be suitable to your needs however sometimes it may be necessary to adjust them to optimally use your device. A guide to configuring Z-Wave devices with Vera UI7 is available in the Manuals section. This product must be installed by a qualified electrician. Before engaging an electrician, check that they provide a warranty and electrical compliance certificate. For a warranty claim, you have to provide an installation compliance certificate from your electrician.

Technical Specifications

RF Protocol Z?Wave Plus
RF Frequency 921.42Mhz ? AU/NZ ?approved RF for Z?wave
Z?wave device type Z-Wave multiple level dimmer, routing slave
Power 110 - 230 V ?10% 50/60Hz
Operation Range Up to 20m indoor when no obstacles
Application Indoor use only
Operation temperature 0 ~ 55 ?C
Motor Load max ?up to 1kW
Storage temperature ?10 ~ 80 ?C
Weight 50g
Housing ABS
Compliance C-Tick, EU standards EN 55022, EN 61000
 

Documentation

Fibaro Z-Wave Roller Shutter 3
The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 is a one of a kind, advanced wireless 4-colour LED strip controller. Apart from the traditional RGB channels it also supports the white light channel which allows you to add pastel colours to your lighting decorations. The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 also has four analogue inputs supporting any type of Fibaro sensor (e.g. light sensors, wind sensors, pressure sensors and potentiometers operating between 0-10V). This smart feature allows you to use your lighting as a warning for certain events. You could, for example, set your RGB garden lights to turn red and flicker when one of your security sensors is triggered, alerting your neighbours to the intruder and allowing them to notify the proper authorities. This device has four output channels which means that you can connect and independently control up to four light sources. The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 also allows you to monitor the energy consumed by the LED strips. Each of the four channels can be monitored independently providing you with all the information you need to minimise your energy bills. The FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller 2 can control:
  • 12 / 24V DC powered RGB strips
  • 12 / 24V DC powered RGBW strips
  • 12 / 24V DC powered LED strips, bulbs, etc
  • 12 / 24V DC powered halogen lights
  • 12 / 24V DC powered low output power fans
Note: Power supply is not included. This product integrates with all Australian certified (921.42 MHz) Z-Wave controllers including:
  • Fibaro Home Center 3/Lite
  • Fibaro Yubii Home

Configuring Z-Wave Devices:

Z-Wave devices often have several configurable parameters which you can change using your Vera?s user interface. These parameters can include things such as the length of time a Z-Wave siren remains active for or the type of manual switch connected to a Z-Wave light controller. Every available configurable parameter is listed in your device?s user manual. In most cases your device?s default parameters will be suitable to your needs however sometimes it may be necessary to adjust them to optimally use your device. A guide to configuring Z-Wave devices with Vera UI7 is available in the Manuals section. Please check the maximum load before installing or operating. This device must be installed by a certified electrician. For all warranty claims, an electrical compliance certificate from your electrician must be provided.

Technical Specifications

RF Protocol Z?Wave
RF Frequency 921.42Mhz ? AU/NZ ?approved RF for Z?wave
Z?Wave device type Z-Wave dimmer
Power 12V and 24V
Operation Range Up to 50m outdoors, up to 30m indoors (depending on terrain and building structure)
Application Controlled automatically by pre-set Fibaro devices or manually using any Z-Wave controller
Operation temperature 0 ~ 55 ?C
Storage temperature ?10 ~ 80 ?C
Weight 50g
Housing ABS
Compliance EN 55015, EN 60669-2-1
Regulatory Compliance Mark N5496

Documentation

FIBARO Z-Wave RGBW Controller User Manual
The Fibaro Z-Wave In-Wall Dimmer 2 is designed to operate with or without a neutral wire. It may be used as a switch in systems without a neutral wire. In the case of a 2-wire connection (no neutral), the Fibaro Z-Wave In-Wall Dimmer 2 may require a minimum load of 50W depending on the specifics of the connected load. When used with a Fibaro Dimmer Bypass 2 it may operate with any compatible (see below) load from 5W. Before committing to buy Fibaro Dimmer Bypass 2 please check if your load can be properly controlled by Fibaro Dimmer 2 without a bypass device. Do not connect this device to a power supply without a load. Only lighting devices may be connected to this device. As a dimmer it operates with the following loads:
  • 230V operated conventional incandescent (from 50W to 250W)
  • 230V operated halogen (from 50W to 200W)
  • 12 V operated ELV halogen lamps and dimmable LED lamps (with electronic transformers: Trailing and Leading-edge type) (from 50W to 200W)
  • 12V operated MLV halogen lamps (with ferromagnetic transformers) (from 50W to 225W)
  • Dimmable CFL tube lamps with electronic ballast only (from 50W to 200W)
As a switch it operates with the following loads:
  • Compact fluorescent lamps with electronic ballast
  • LED bulbs (power factor >0.7)
  • Fluorescent tube lamps with electronic ballast
Please note: For loads other than resistive do not exceed a 1.5A current. This product integrates with all Australian certified (921.42 MHz) Z-Wave and Z-Wave Plus controllers including:
  • Vera Plus/ Edge
  • Fibaro Home Center 2 / Lite
Please note: Do not mix the load type (e.g. LED and CFL or different types of transformers) as it will impede the proper operation of the dimmer. Doing so will void the dimmer's warranty. This product must be installed by a qualified electrician. Before engaging an electrician, check that they provide a warranty and electrical compliance certificate. For a warranty claim, you have to provide an installation compliance certificate from your electrician. PLEASE NOTE FOR THE INSTALLATIONS IN THE AREAS WHERE ELECTRICITY SUPPLIERS USE OFF-PEAK RIPPLE CONTROL SIGNALS: Electricity suppliers in particular areas of Australia such as NSW, QLD and some other places are injecting an off-peak ripple control signal using Zellweger equipment or similar onto their distribution networks in order to remotely control devices such as off-peak hot water systems and street lighting, although other areas within Australia also use this technology. Not all properties are affected by ripple control, so just because you might live in one of these areas, does not mean that you will have these problems. Ripple injection control systems work by superimposing coded control signals, commonly 750Hz or 1050Hz on the 50 Hz mains supply. Some electrical appliances such as fans, dimmers, toasters and LED lighting can be sensitive to this ripple control signal. The results could be audible buzzing noises from fans or flickering lights whenever the ripple control signals are present. Electricity suppliers are advising users to install appropriate ripple signal filters in such areas. The ripple signal filter is a tuned passive inline filter that completely eliminates the superimposed ripple injection control signal from the normal mains supply to produce a noise free filtered mains supply which can then be connected to the electrical appliances or light control systems. The ripple signal filter is specifically tuned to eliminate the ripple control signal frequency of 750Hz or 1050Hz. However, we can?t guarantee the ripple signal filter always will help you if you experiencing such issues. Please contact your local energy provider to get more information and proposed solutions for your electrical installation. If you are getting similar problems with your dimmers and fans and it?s not Ripple Control Signal and you are hearing the tones at random times of the day, your electrical supply may be affected by harmonics; a power fluctuation that is not part of the normal electricity supply or ripple control signal output. Harmonics are caused by interference created by other equipment on the network, such as inverter type air conditioners and switch mode power supplies for computers. The offending appliances may be in your home or other premises on the local power grid. If you are being affected by network harmonics, it may be of benefit to transfer the electricity supply to your premises to a different phase in the street. This is something you will need to discuss with your electrical company. We are strongly recommending for the areas we have mentioned above to run tests with only a few dimmers before committing for high volumes. If results are not fully OK you may use relays only instead of dimmers. Please note that our warranty for the faulty devices is not covering above mentioned conditions with your local electric grids. Please see affected with Ripple Signalling areas here:

QUEENSLAND

  • Only Southern Queensland (Energex) has Ripple Signalling.
  • The Frequency is 1050Hz.
  • The rest of Queensland (Ergon) does not have Ripple Signalling.

NSW

  • Energy Australia Full Supply Area
  • Energy Australia Sydney &Hunter Supply Area

Documentation

Fibaro Z-Wave In-Wall Dimmer 2 Manual

Technical Specifications

RF Protocol
Z-Wave
RF Frequency
921.42Mhz - AU/NZ ?approved RF for Z-wave
Z?wave device type
Z-Wave multiple level dimmer, routing slave
Power Supply
220 - 240V?~ 50Hz
Operation Range
Up to 30m indoors (depending on building materials)
Application
Indoor use only
Operation temperature
0 ~ 35 ?C
Dimensions (L x W x H)
42.5mm x 38.25mm x 20.3mm
Weight
30g
Operational Current
0.25 - 1.1A
Compliance
RCM E3606
Dimming type compatibility
Leading and Trailing Edge
The?Fibaro Dimmer Bypass 2?is designed to support?Fibaro Z-Wave In-Wall Dimmer 2 by enabling it to control and dim lights which draw a minimum of 5W (e.g LED lighting). It can be used in the case of connecting LED bulbs or energy-saving compact fluorescent lamps. Fibaro Dimmer Bypass 2 prevents flickering of the LED lights and glowing of the turned off compact fluorescent lamps. In the case of a 2-wire connection, Fibaro Dimmer Bypass 2 allows to reduce minimum power of load required by the Fibaro Dimmer 2 for correct operation. Fibaro Dimmer Bypass 2 provides powering of the Fibaro Dimmer 2 in case of controlling the low loads of minimum power down to 5VA (for cos?>0.5) Please note: Fibaro Dimmer Bypass 2 can only be used with Fibaro Dimmer 2. This product must be installed by a qualified electrician. Before engaging an electrician, check that they provide a warranty and electrical compliance certificate. For a warranty claim, you have to provide an installation compliance certificate from your electrician.

Documentation

Fibaro Z-Wave In-Wall Dimmer 2 Manual Fibaro Z-Wave Dimmer 2 Bypass Manual

Technical Specifications

Application
Indoor use only
Operation temperature
0 ~?35 ?C
Power Consumption
less then 1.2W
Weight
35g
Power Supply
220 - 240 V?~ 50 Hz
Dimensions
(L x W x H) 31mm x?21.6mm x?13mm
Compliance
RoHS 2011/65/EU,?LVD 2006/95/EU, EMC 2004/108
Weight
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