myTEM SmartHome Radio IO Modul User Guide

myTEM SmartHome Radio IO Modul User Guide & troubleshooting

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myTEM Radio IO Modul / Radio IO Modul Floor
MTIOM-100-WL / MTIOM-101-WL

The Radio IO Modul MTIOM-100-WL and the Radio IO Modul Floor MTIOM-101-WL are universal, Z-Wave compatible modules from myTEM for extending your smart home system with additional inputs and outputs. For this, the devices are connected to your central myTEM Radio Server via the Z-Wave mesh network.
The programmable behavior allows flexible use of the devices in the house.

Further information can be found on our website: https://www.mytem-smarthome.com/web/en/download

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https://www.mytem-smarthome.com/web/en/download

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ATTENTION: This device is not a toy. Please keep it away from children and animals!
Please read the manual before attempting to install the device!
These instructions are part of the product and must remain with the end-user.

Warning and safety instructions
WARNING!
This word indicates a hazard with a risk that, if not avoided, can result in death or serious injury. Work on the device must only be carried out by persons with the necessary training or instruction.

CAUTION!
This word warns of possible damage to property.

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115’078 Version: 04/2021

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

  • Operate this device only as described in the manual.
  • Do not operate this device if it has obvious damage.
  • This device shall not be altered, modified or opened.
  •  This device is intended for use in buildings in a dry, dust-free location.
  • This device is intended for installation in a control cabinet. After installation, it must not be openly accessible.
  • Electrical equipment may only be installed and fitted by qualified electricians who are familiar with and comply with the applicable regulations and standards.
  • Analog inputs/outputs, digital inputs and device supply must comply with the ELV requirements. Do not connect ELV and mains voltage together. (ELV =  extra-low voltage)
  • If several motors are to be connected in parallel at one output, be sure to observe the manufacturer’s instructions and, if necessary, use isolating relays.
  • Only use blind motors with mechanical or electronic limit switches. Limit switches must be checked for correct adjustment.
  • Do not connect three-phase motors.

DISCLAIMER

All rights reserved. This is a translation from the original version in German.
This manual may not be reproduced in any format, either in whole or in part, nor may it be duplicated or edited by electronic, mechanical or chemical means,  without the written consent of the publisher.
The manufacturer, TEM AG, is not liable for any loss or damage caused by failure to follow the instructions in the manual.
Typographical and printing errors cannot be excluded. However, the information contained in this manual is reviewed on a regular basis and any necessary corrections will be implemented in the next edition. We accept no liability for technical or typographical errors or the consequences thereof. Changes may be made without prior notice as a result of technological advances. TEM AG reserves the right to make changes to product design, layout,, and driver revisions without notice to  its users. This version of the manual supersedes all previous versions.

Trademarks
myTEM and TEM are registered trademarks. All other product names mentioned herein may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

What is Z-Wave?
Z-Wave is the international wireless protocol for communication in the smart home. Z-Wave ensures reliable communication by reconfirming every message (two-way communication) and every mains-powered node can act as a repeater for other nodes (meshed network) in case the receiver is not in direct wireless range of the transmitter.
Z-Wave products from different manufacturers can be used together in a wireless network. Thus, this product with any Z-Wave product from other manufacturers can be used in a common Z-Wave wireless network. All mains operated nodes within the network will act as repeaters regardless of vendor to increase the reliability of the network.
The myTEM Radio IO Modul and the myTEM Radio IO Modul Floor are Z-Wave devices with secure communication (S2) and use the radio frequency of 868.4 MHz. If other devices also support the same secure communication, the data is exchanged in this secure mode. Otherwise, it will switch automatically to a lower level of security to maintain backward compatibility. For more information about frequency regulations please refer to the homepage of Silicon Labs. For more information about Z-Wave technology, devices, tutorials, etc. please refer to www.z-wave.info.

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Product description

The myTEM Radio IO Modul and the myTEM Radio IO Modul Floor are Z-Wave devices of the type Binary Switch for use in Europe / Switzerland.

  • Switching of lights
  • Switching of single-phase fan motors
  • Switching of electric blinds or similar shading devices
  • Operation by means of buttons, sensors via the central server

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Functions:

  •  Supply voltage 24 VDC ± 10%
  •  Communication via Z-Wave mesh network
  • 6 digital inputs 24 VDC (DI1 – DI6) for e.g. external switches
  •  24 VDC power supply, 100 mA, for the digital inputs DI1 – DI6 (VDIout)
  •  4 analog inputs (AI1 – AI4), which can be used for 010 VDC or NTC-, PTC- or PT1000 sensors.  Analog inputs can also be used as digital inputs 24 VDC. They must then  be connected to VDIout.
  • 6 digital outputs with potential-free relays 8 A, 250 VAC or 30 VDC (DO1 – DO6) in case of the myTEM Radio IO Modul and noiseless SSR 0.05 A, 250 VAC in case of the Radio IO Modul Floor.
  • Manual positions of the outputs via DIP switch for easy commissioning
  • The device is installed in a control cabinet, mounted on a 35 mm DIN rail

Preparation for the installation
In order to include (“Add”) a Z-Wave device to a network, it must be in the factory default state. Please make sure to reset the device into factory default. After power-up the status is displayed as below:
Status “Add” (included in a Z-Wave network): The LED 2 lights green for 1-2 seconds
Status “Remove” (not included): The LED 2 flashes red for 1-2 seconds

Device Reset Locally (Reset to factory default)
Please use this procedure only when the network primary controller is missing or otherwise inoperable.
Power up the device and then press the button (T) for 10 seconds.
Reset: The LED lights up briefly in red

The device reset deletes the memory chip, including all Z-Wave network settings.

Installation

WARNING! Depending on national safety standards, only authorized and/or trained technicians may be allowed to perform electrical installations on the power grid. Please inform yourself about the legal situation before installation.
WARNING! Different voltages (e.g. 24 VDC, 230 VAC L1  or 230 VAC L2) may only be connected to the digital outputs (relays / SSR’s) if one output is left out  between them.
Please install  the device according to  the following steps:

  1. WARNING! Make sure that the device is disconnected from the power supply or that the devices in the control cabinet are disconnected from the mains.
  2. WARNING! Connect the device according to the circuit diagram of the myTEM ProgTool or the terminal assignment from the pictures in this manual.  Incorrect wiring can result in injury or death or damage to the device.
  3. CAUTION! The device shall only be operated with stabilized power supplies (24 VDC). Connecting to higher voltages will damage the device.
  4. WARNING! Switch on the power supply and, if necessary, check the wiring with the manual positions via the  DIP switch.
    Take care of your safety as the devices are live.
  5. Include (Add) the module into the Z-Wave network as described below.

Inclusion/Exclusion (“Add/Remove”) of the device
On factory default, the device does not belong to any  Z-Wave network. In order to communicate with other Z-Wave devices, it must be included in an existing network or a new network has to be established. In Z-Wave, this process is called  “Add”. Devices can also be removed from networks. In Z-Wave, this process is called “Remove”. The primary controller of the Z-Wave network initiates both processes. This controller is put into the “Add”, respectively the “Remove” mode.  The manual of the controller will contain the information on how to switch it into these modes. Only when the primary controller of the Z-Wave network is in the “Add” mode can devices be added. Removing a device from the network will reset it to the delivery state.

SmartStart

SmartStart enabled products can be added into a Z-Wave network by scanning the Z-Wave QR code present on the product with a controller providing SmartStart inclusion. No further action is required and the SmartStart product will be added automatically within 10 minutes of being switched on in the network vicinity.
The DSK label (QR code) is located on the long side of the housing. When the device is in the “Add” mode, the LED flashes green. When  finished, the new status  is:
Add: The LED 2 lights up briefly in green
Remove: The LED 2 lights up briefly in red

Manual inclusion/exclusion (“Add/Remove”)
If the myTEM Radio IO Modul or myTEM Radio IO Modul Floor shows the status “Add”, the “Remove” can be performed with any controller in the network or with the help of a new controller. However, it is recommended to use the primary controller of the previous network unless it is no longer available or damaged.
“Remove” deletes the memory chip, including all Z-Wave network settings.

  1.  Activate the “Add” or “Remove” mode on your controller.
  2. Press the button (T) four times in quick succession to start to include/exclude (“Add / Remove”).

When the device is in the “Add” mode, the LED flashes green.
When  finished, the new  status is:
Add: The LED 2 lights up briefly in green
Remove: The LED 2 lights up briefly in red

Manual positions via DIP switch

With the aid of the DIP switch, the outputs can be checked after installation.

  •  CAUTION! While manual settings are used, the control commands from the myTEM Smart Server or myTEM Radio Server are ignored.
  •  CAUTION! Before starting, set all DIP switches to position OFF, i.e. upwards. This avoids that e.g. OPEN / CLOSE commands are set at the same time.
  • To check the digital outputs (relays / SSR’s) set DIP switch 8 down to ON.

With the DIP switches 1 – 6 you can now switch the outputs DO1 – DO6 on and off.

LED 1 display
The LED 1 next to the power connector may show the following states:
LED 1 green: The device started and working according to commands from the myTEM Smart Server or myTEM Radio Server
LED 1 flashing green: The device is in the manual position, i.e. the outputs are according to the DIP-switch setting
LED 1 off Device not powered, not started, or broken

Quick troubleshooting

The following hints may help to solve trouble:

  1. Make sure that the power supply is connected with the correct polarity. With the wrong polarity, the device does not start.
  2.  Make sure that new devices are in the factory reset state. The Z-Wave status is displayed at power-up.
  3.  If a connection cannot be established, check that the controller and the device are working on the same radio frequency.
  4.  If a connection cannot be established, the control cabinet may reduce the radio signal. Please use in this case an external antenna, such as, for example, the myTEM MTANT-100-WL.
  5.  Remove devices that are no longer available in the Z-Wave network from all association groups. Otherwise, significant delays in the execution of commands are possible.
  6. Make sure you have enough mains-powered devices to benefit from the meshing network.
  7. Never use “sleeping” battery-powered devices without a central controller and do not poll battery-powered devices.

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Dimensions (W x H x D) 106.6 x 101.1 x 62.5 mm (height with connectors 106.8 mm)
Installation / mounting On 35 mm DIN rail
Operating voltage 24 VDC ± 10%
Power consumption in standby Continuous operation for a wireless network, therefore no standby operation
Power consumption in operation (module only, without external loads) 0.5 W, If the inputs are open and the outputs are turned off
5.0 W, if the Inputs are short-circuited to VD1out and the outputs are turned on
MTIOM-100-WL
Switchable load MTIOM-101-WL
6x 8.0 A, 250 VAC or 30 VDC, cos(c) =1.0 (Relay version — Radio 10 Modul)
Bx 0.05 A, 250 VAC or 30 VDC, cos(p) =1.0 (SSR version — Radio 10 Modul Floor)
Ambient temperature for operation 0’C — 50 ‘C
Ambient temperature for storage -20 ‘C — 60 °C
Ambient humidity 5 %RH — 85 %RH (non condensing)
Wire cross-section connectors 0.25 mm2 — 2.5 mm2
Stripping length for connectors ca. 7 mm
Tightening torque for connectors 0.5 Nm
Degree of protection provided by the enclosure IP 20 (after installation) (according to EN 60529)
Protection class 11 (according to EN 60730-1)
Overvoltage category II (according to EN 60730-1, resp. EN 60664-1)
Pollution degree 2 (according to EN 60730-1)
Safety main unit EN 60730-1:2016 + A1:2019
EMC main unit EN 60730-1:2016 + Al2019
EN IEC 61000-6-22019 EN 61000-6-3:2007 + A1:2011 / AC:2012
Safety radio part EN 62368-1:2014 / AC:2017 EN 62479:2010
EMC radio part EN 301 489-1 V2.2.3 EN 301 489-3 V2.1.1
Radio spectrum EN 300 220-2 V3.2.1
RoHS EN IEC 63000:2018
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2014/35/EU (LVD) 2014/53/EU I (RED)
( 2014/30/EU (EMC) 2011/65/EU (RoHS)
Z-Wave hardware platform Z-Wave series 700 (ZGM130)
Device Type Binary Switch
Role Type Always On Slave (AOS)

Explanation of some Z-Wave specific terms
Controller… is a Z-Wave device with the capability to manage a network. They are typically gateways, remote controls or wall controllers.
Primary controller… is the central administrator of the Z-Wave network. In a Z-Wave network, only one primary controller is allowed.
Slave... is a Z-Wave device without the ability to manage a network. Slaves can be sensors, actuators, and even remote controls.
Add (Inclusion)... is the process of adding new Z-Wave devices into a network.
Remove (Exclusion)... is the process of removing Z-Wave devices from the network.
Wakeup Notification... is a special wireless message issued by battery-powered Z-Wave devices to announce that they are awake and able to communicate.
Node Information Frame (NIF)... is a special wireless message issued by a Z-Wave device to announce its capabilities and functions.

Z-Wave Association – Devices control each other
The Association Command Class is used to manage associations to NodeID destinations. An association group sends commands to the configured destinations when triggered by an event.
Association groups: 

Group
ID
Profile / Name Max. no
of units
Command Class Type / Event Description
1 General: Lifeline / Lifeline 5 Notification Report T: System (0x09) E: Heartbeat (0x05)
T: Power Management (0x08)
E: Power has been applied (0x01)
Reports to be alive (interval according to configuration)
Reports the device had a start-up (sent after each power-up only)
Device Reset Locally Reports resetting network and configuration parameter
Central Scene Actuation of digital inputs DI1 — DI6

The reports “Heartbeat” and “Power Management” can be activated/deactivated separately via the command class Notification.
Endpoints 1 … 6 (DO1 – DO6, n = 1 ... 6)
Each endpoint reflects a digital output.

Group ID Profile / Name Max. no of units Command Class Description
1 General: Lifeline / Lifeline 5 Binary Switch Report Reports output D0<n> state, when it changed

Endpoints 7 … 12 (DI1 – DI6, n = 1 … 6)
Each endpoint reflects a digital input.

Group ID Profile / Name Max. no of units Command Class Type / State Description
1 General: Lifeline / Lifeline
5 Notification Report T: System
S: High state / Open
Report “Open” (input open), “High state” (input closed) Dl<n>

Endpoints 13 … 16 (AI1 – AI4, n = 1 … 4)
Each endpoint reflects an analog input.

Group ID Profile / Name Max. no of units Command Class Description
1 General: Lifeline / Lifeline 5 Multilevel Sensor Report Temperature or voltage value input Al<n>
5 Multilevel Sensor Supported Report Reports the actually supported sensor type (temperature or voltage)

Z-Wave configuration parameters
Z-Wave products can be used out of the box after inclusion (“Add”) into the network. With the configuration, however, the behavior can be better adapted to the application.
CAUTION! Depending on the function the server may change some default settings.

Par# Description Unit Min Max Default Precision RIW Size
1 Heartbeat rate min 1 1440 60 0 r/w 2 bytes
2 (0 = disabled; 1 = binary / Binary Sensor Report; Digital input 1 type 2 = key / Central Scene Report) x) 0 2 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
3 Digital input 1 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
4 Digital input 2 type (see Par# 2)’0 0 2 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
5 Digital input 2 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
6 Digital input 3 type (see Par# 2)’ 0 2 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
7 Digital input 3 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
8 Digital input 4 type (see Par# 2) X) 0 2 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
9 Digital input 4 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
10 Digital input 5 type (see Par# 2)’0 0 2 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
11 Digital input 5 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
12 Digital input 6 type (see Par# 2) x) 0 2 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
13 Digital input 6 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
14 Analog input 1 enable (0 = disabled / 1 = enabled) 0 1 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
15 Analog input 1 select
NTC5k (0), NTC10k (1), PTC1k (2), PT1000 (3), 0-10V (4), digital (5)
0 5 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
16 Analog input 1 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
17 Minimum delta temperature 1 send’) K 0.1 10.0 0.5 1 r/w 2 bytes
18 Minimum delta voltage 1 send Y) V 0.1 10.0 0.5 1 r/w 2 bytes
19 Analog input 2 enable (0 = disabled / 1 = enabled) 0 1 0 0 r/w 2 bytes

 

Par/ Description Unit Min Max Default Precision R/W Size
20 Analog input 2 select
NTC5k (0), NTC10k (1), PTC1 k (2), PT1000 (3), 0-10V (4), digital (5)
0 5 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
21 Analog input 2 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
22 Minimum delta temperature 2 send Y) K 0.1 10.0 0.5 1 r/w 2 bytes
23 Minimum delta voltage 2 send Y) V 0.1 10.0 0.5 1 r/w 2 bytes
24 Analog input 3 enable (0 = disabled / 1 = enabled) 0 1 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
25 Analog input 3 select
NTC5k (0), NTC10k (1), PTC1 k (2), PT1000 (3), 0-10V (4), digital (5)
0 5 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
26 Analog input 3 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
27 Minimum delta temperature 3 send n K 0.1 10.0 0.5 1 r/w 2 bytes
28 Minimum delta voltage 3 send Y) V 0.1 10.0 0.5 1 r/w 2 bytes
29 Analog input 4 enable (0 = disabled / 1 = enabled) 0 1 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
30 Analog input 4 select
NTC5k (0), NTC10k (1), PTC1 k (2), PT1000 (3), 0-10V (4), digital (5)
0 5 0 0 r/w 2 bytes
31 Analog input 4 send interval min 0.1 120.0 5.0 1 r/w 2 bytes
32 Minimum delta temperature 4 send Y) K 0.1 10.0 0.5 1 r/w 2 bytes
33 Minimum delta voltage 4 send Y) V 0.1 10.0 0.5 1 r/w 2 bytes

X) With buttons at the input the Central Scene Report should be used, with switches at the input the Binary Sensor Report should be used
Y) Delta value in relation to the last sent value

Central Scene Command
The digital inputs can be used for Central Scene Commands. The assignment of the scene number is according to the table.

Digital input.(use buttons) DI1 12 13 D14 DI5 DI6
Scene number 1 2 3 4 5 6

Supported Command Classes
Root Device:

Command Class (CC) Version Not added Non-secure added Securely added,non-secure CC Securely added,
Application Status CC 2 Support Support secure CC
Association CC 2 Support Support Support
Association Group Information CC 3 Support Support Support
Basic CC 2 Support Support Support
Binary Switch CC 2 Support Support Support
Central Scene CC 3 Support Support Support
Configuration CC 4 Support Support Support
Device Reset Locally CC 1 Support Support Support
Firmware Update Meta Data CC 5 Support Support Support
Indicator CC 3 Support Support Support
Manufacturer Specific CC 2 Support Support Support
Multi-Channel Association CC 3 Support Support Support
Multi-Channel CC 4 Support Support Support
Notification CC 8 Support Support Support
Powerlevel CC 1 Support Support Support
Security_2 CC 1 Support Support Support Support
Supervision CC 1 Support Support Support
Transport Service CC 2 Support Support Support
Version CC 3 Support Support
Z-Wave Plus Info CC 2 Support Support Support Support

Announced CC in endpoints:
The inputs and outputs are mapped to the following endpoints:

Input / Output Fix / Dynamic Number Remark Abbreviation Default
Digital outputs Fix 6 001 … DO6
Digital inputs Fix 6 DI1 … 016
Analog inputs Fix 4 Individually selectable between:
■ Temperature sensor
■ 0-10 VDC sensor
All Al4 Temperature sensor

Endpoints 1 … 6 (DO1 – DO6, n = 1 … 6)
Device Type: Switch Binary

Command Class (CC) Version Non-secure added Securely added, non-secure CC Securely added, secure CC
Association CC 2 Support Support
Association Group Information CC 3 Support Support
Binary Switch CC 2 Support Support
Multi-Channel Association CC 3 Support Support
Security_2 CC 1 Support
Supervision CC 1 Support Support Securely added, secure CC
Z-Wave Plus Info CC 2 Support Support Support

Endpoints 7 … 12 (DI1 – DI6, n = 1 … 6)
Device Type: Notification Sensor
Sensor Type: System (0x09)
Event/State: digital input short-circuited (0x09), digital input open (0x0B)

Command Class (CC) Version Non-secure added Securely added, non-secure CC Securely added, secure CC
Association CC 2 Support Support
Association Group Information CC 3 Support Support
Central Scene CC 3 Support Support
Multi-Channel Association CC 3 Support Support
Notification Sensor CC 8 Support Support
Security_2 CC 1 Support
Supervision CC 1 Support Support
Z-Wave Plus Info CC 2 Support Support

Endpoints 13 … 16 (AI1 – AI4, n = 1 … 4; change capabilities)
Device Type: Multilevel Sensor
Sensor Type: Air Temperature (0x01) / Voltage (0x0F)
Scale: Celsius (0x00) / Volt (0x00) or mV (0x01)

Command Class (CC) Version Non-secure added Securely added, non-secure CC Securely added, secure CC
Association CC 2 Support Support
Association Group Information CC 3 Support Support
Multi-Channel Association CC 3 Support Support
Multilevel Sensor CC 11 Support Support
Security_2 CC 1 Support
Supervision CC 1 Support Support
Z-Wave Plus Info CC 2 Support Support

References

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