Philio PAN38 Smart Energy Plug User Manual

Philio PAN38 Smart Energy Plug User Manual & troubleshooting

Philio PAN38 Smart Energy Plug User Manual  & troubleshooting 1

Philio PAN38 Smart Energy Plug

Philio PAN38 Smart Energy Plug User Manual  & troubleshooting 2

This plug-in ON/OFF switch PAN38 is a security-enabled wireless switch, based on Z-Wave Plus technology. Z-Wave PlusTM enabled devices displaying the Z-Wave PlusTM logo can also be used with it regardless of the manufacturer, and can also be used in other manufacturers’ Z-WaveTM enabled networks. Remote On/Off control of the connected load is possible with another manufacturer’s wireless Controller. Each switch is designed to act as a repeater. Repeaters will re-transmit the RF signal to ensure that the signal is received by its intended destination by routing the signal around obstacles and radio dead spots. Because PAN38 supports Security Command Class, it can learn with a Secured controller. Its functionality and supported command classes are identical when included as a secure and non-secure device. This plug-in ON/OFF switch is able to detect instance wattage (3000W/230VAC/13A) and overload current (14.5A with resistive load) of connected lights or appliances. When detecting an overload state, the Switch will be disabled and it’s On/Off button will be lock-out of which LED will flash quickly. However, unplugging and reconnecting the switch will re-set its overload condition to normal status.

Specification

Operating Voltage 100V-240V~ 50Hz-60Hz
Maximum Load (Ampere) 13A (Resistive load) PAN38-1; PAN38-2; PAN38-3
Maximum Load (Ampere) 10A (Resistive load) PAN38-4 (Switzerland)
 

 

Socket Type:

Germany type: PAN38-1
France type: PAN38-2
UK type: PAN38-3
Switzerland type: PAN38-4
Range Minimum 40 m in door 100m outdoor line of sight
Operating Temperature 0°C ~ 40°C
Frequency Range 868.40MHz & 869.85MHz/ EU (PAN38-1/-2/-3/-4);
RF Maximum Power +10dBm (Peak), -10dBm (Average)

Troubleshooting

Symptom Cause of Failure Recommendation
 

The Switch not working and LED off

1. The Switch is not plugged into the electrical outlet properly

2. The Switch break down

1. Check power connections

2.   Don’t open up the Switch and send it for repair.

 

The Switch LED illumi- nating, but cannot control the Switch of the load at- tached

 

1. Check if the load plugged into the Switch has its own ON/OFF switch

2.  The switch is protected

1.   Set the ON/OFF switch of the load attached to ON

2.   Unprotected the switch or follow the instruction of pro-

tection.

The Switch LED illumi-

nating, but the Detector cannot control the Switch

 

1.  Not carry out association

2.  Same frequency interference

 

1.  Carry out association

2.  Wait for a while to re-try

 

LED keep flashing, but cannot control

 

Overload occurs

Remove the load attached or check max. load cannot ex-

ceed 13A (Resistive load)

For Instruction to http://www.philio-tech.com

DANGER
Danger of electrocution!

All works on the device may be performed only by a qualified and licensed electrician. Observe national regulations.
Any work introducing changes into the configuration must be always performed with disconnected voltage.
Choosing a Suitable Location

  1. Do not locate the Module facing direct sunlight, humid or dusty place.
  2. The suitable ambient temperature for the Module is 0°C~40°C.
  3. Do not locate the Module where exists combustible substances or any source of heat, e.g. fires, radiators, boiler etc.
  4. After putting it into use, the body of the Module will become a little bit hot of which phenomenon is normal.

Warning:

  1. Plug out to disconnect from the power supply; Do not plug-in line.
  2. Do not exceed the max rating.

Socket Type
Since the socket type for each country in Europe varies, refer to the outline for each socket suited for each country as follows:

Note: Please make sure that the intensity of the plug of the electrical device must be 16A and have same head as the enclosed plug before inserting to the socket.

Adding to Z-WaveTM Network
In the front casing, there is an On/Off button with an LED indicator which is used to toggle switch on and off or carry out inclusion, exclusion, reset or association. When first power is applied, its LED flashes on and off alternately and repeatedly at 0.5-second intervals. It implies that it has not been assigned a node ID and starts auto inclusion.
Auto Inclusion
The function of auto inclusion will be executed as long as the switch does not have Node ID and just plug the switch into a wall outlet.
Note: Auto inclusion timeout is 2 minutes; during which the node information of explorer frame will be emitted once several seconds. Unlike the “inclusion” function as shown in the table below, the execution of auto inclusion is free from pressing the On/Off button on the Switch. The table below lists an operation summary of basic Z-Wave functions. Please re-fer to the instructions for your Z-WaveTM Certificated Primary Controller to ac-cess the Setup function, and to Add/Remove/Associate devices

Function Description Annotation
No node ID The Z-Wave Controller does not al-

locate a node ID to the Switch.

LED 2-second on, 2-second

off

Add 1. Put your Z-Wave controller into inclusion mode by following the instructions   provided   by   the

controller manufacturer.

 
  2.     Pressing On/Off button three times within 2 seconds will enter

inclusion mode.

 
Remove 1. Put your Z-Wave controller into exclusion mode by following the instructions  provided  by  the

controller manufacturer.

 
2. Pressing On/Off button three times within 2 seconds will enter

exclusion mode.

3.Node ID has been excluded. LED 2s On, 2s Off (Enter

auto inclusion)

Reset 1. Pressing On/Off button three times within 2 seconds will enter

inclusion mode.

Use this procedure only in the event that the primary controller is lost or other- wise inoperable.
2.  Within 1 second, press On/Off

button again for 5 seconds.

3.  IDs are excluded. LED 2s On, 2s Off (Enter

auto inclusion)

Association 1. The PAN38 is an always listen- ing Z-Wave device, so associa- tions may be added or removed by a controller at any time. Or If your controller requires to have the PAN38 send a ‘node infor- mation frame or NIF for associa- tions, then pressing the On/Off button three times within 2 sec- onds will cause the PAN38 to

send its NIF.

 
  2.  There is only one group for the

switch

 
øIncluding a node ID allocated by Z-Wave Controller means inclusion. Excluding a node

ID allocated by Z-Wave Controller means exclusion.

øFailed or success in including/excluding the node ID can be viewed from the Z- Wave Controller.

LED Indication
To distinguish what mode the switch is in, view from the LED for identification. The color of LED could be blue、cyan、green、orange、pink or red, it represents the power consumption from light to heavy.

State Type LED Indication
Normal Under normal operation, toggle On/Off button between On and Off. When

pressing On, LED lights up, whereas Off, LED is off.

No node ID Under normal operation, when the Switch has not been allocated a node ID,

the LED flashes on and off alternately at 2-second intervals. By pressing On/Off button, it will stop flashing temporarily.

Learning When PAN38 is in learning mode, LED flashes on and off alternately and

repeatedly at 0.5 second intervals.

Overload When overload state occurs, the Switch is disabled of which LED flashes on and off alternately at 0.2 second intervals. Overload state can be cleared by

unplugging and reconnecting the Switch to the wall outlet.

Choosing a Suitable Location

  1.  Do not locate the Switch facing direct sunlight, humid or dusty place.
  2. The suitable ambient temperature for the Switch is 0°C~40°C.
  3. Do not locate the Switch where exists combustible substances or any source of heat, e.g. fires, radiators, boiler etc.
  4. 4. After putting it into use, the body of Switch will become a little bit hot of which phenomenon is normal.

Installation

  1. Plug this On/Off Switch into a wall outlet near the load to be controlled.
  2. Plug the load into the Switch. Make sure the load to be controlled cannot exceed 13A.
  3. Press the button or switch on the load to the ON position.
  4. To manually turn ON the Switch, press and release the On/Off button. The LED will turn ON, and the load plugged into the Switch will also turn ON.
  5. To manually turn OFF the Switch, simply press and release the On/Off but-ton. The LED will turn OFF and the load plugged into the Switch will also

[Command Class Meter,Meter Report,Rate Type = 0x01,Meter Type = 0x01,Precision = 2,Scale = 0x05,Size = 2,Meter Value(I)]

Example:

  • Scale = 0x05 (I)
  • Precision = 2
  • Size = 2 (2 Bytes of I)
  • Meter Value 1 = 0x01(I)
  • Meter Value 2 = 0x21(I)
  • AC load current = (Meter Value 1*256) +(Meter Value 2)= 2.89 (A)

load power factor (PF)

When receiving Meter Get Command, it will report Meter Report Command to the node.

Meter Get Command: [Command Class Meter, Meter Get, Scale =0x06(PF)]Meter Report Command: [Command Class Meter,Meter Report,Rate Type = 0x01 ,Meter Type = 0x01, Precision = 2,Scale = 0x06,Size = 1 Bytes,Meter Value(PF)]

Example:

  • Scale = 0x06 (PF)
  • Precision = 2
  • Size = 1 (1 Byte of PF)
  • Meter Value 1 = 0x63(PF) (It means that the load power factor is 0.99)

Wave’s Configuration

Configuration

Parameter

 

Function

Size

(Byte)

 

Value

 

Unit

 

Default

 

Description

1 Watt Meter 2 0x0000 5s 720 0: Disable Watt
   

Report Period

 

0x7FFF

    Report

1~32767: 5s~ 45h

 

 

2

KWH Meter Report Period  

 

2

 

0x0000

– 0x7FFF

 

 

10min

 

 

6

0: Disable KWh Report 1~32767:

10min~ 227days

 

3

Threshold of current for Load

caution

2 10-1300 0.01A 1300  

1300*0.01A

= 13A

 

4

Threshold of KWh for Load

caution

2 1-10000 1KWh 10000  

10000*1KWh

= 10000 KWh

 

5

 

Restore switch state mode

1 0-2   1 0: Switch off

1: Last switch state 2: Switch on

 

6

Mode of Switch

Off function

 

1

 

0-1

   

1

0: Disable

1: Enable

 

7

 

LED indication mode

1 1-3   1 1: Show switch state 2: Show night mode

3: One flash mode

 

 

 

8

 

 

Watt differential mode

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

0-4

   

 

 

1

0 : Disable

1 : 5%

2: 10%

3: 15%

4: 10%

 

9

Switch status

report mode

 

1

 

0-1

   

1

0: Disable

1:Enable

instant power consumption to Group1 node every 1 hour. The maximum inter-val to report its instant power consumption is 45 hours (5s*32767/3600=45hr). When the setting is 0, PAN38 will disable Watt auto report function. The default value is 720.

KWH Meter Report Period:

If the setting is configured for 1hour (set value =6), PAN38 will report its Ac-cumulated Power Consumption (KWh) to the Group1 node every 1 hour. The maximum interval to report its Accumulated Power Consumption (KWh) is 227.55 days (10min*32767/1440=227.55 days). When the setting is 0, PAN38 will disable the KWH auto report function. The default value is 6.

Threshold of current for Load Caution

This is a warning when the current of load is over the preset threshold value, if the setting value is 1300, when the load current of Relay1 is over this value, PAN38 will send a current meter report to warn the Group1 node, the range of the setting value is from 10 to 1300, and the default value is 1300.

Threshold of KWh for Load Caution

This is a warning when the KWh of load is over the preset threshold value, If the setting value is 10000, when the Accumulated Power Consumption of Relay1 over this value, PAN38 will send KWH meter report to warn the Group1 node, the minimum value is 1KWh and the default value is 10000 kWh.

Restore switch state mode:

Whenever the AC power return from lost, PAN38 will restore the switch state which could be SWITCH OFF、LAST SWITCH STATE、SWITCH ON. The default setting is LAST SWITCH STATE.

Mode of switch-off function:

When the mode of switch On/Off is set to 0, any command of switch-off will be disabled and the On/Off function of the include button will be disabled. The default setting is enabled mode. When the manual On/Off function is disabled, the RF command can only switch On but not Off. This is a useful function for keeping the device in a switch-on state. 3-7 LED indication mode: The default setting is Show Switch State.

Watt differential mode: The default setting is 1 (= 5%).

Whenever the Watt value of PAN38 changes over 5% of the last reading value, it will send the Meter report to the group 1 nodes. However, if Watt differential mode as 0, the unsolicited report will be disabled.

Switch status report mode: The default setting is 1(Enable)

Whenever PAN38 manually switches on or off, it will send BINARY_SWITCH_ REPORT to the node of group1, disable when this config set to 0.

Firmware update over the air (OTA)
PAN38 is based on 700 series SoC and supports Firmware Update Command Class, it can receive the updated firmware image sent by controller via the Z-wave RF media. It is a helpful and convenient way to improve some function if needed.

The Switch supports Command Classes including…

Command Class Version Required Security Class
Z-Wave Plus Info 2 None
Security 0 1 None
Security 2 1 None
Supervision 1 None
Transport Service 2 None
Association 2 Highest granted Security Class
Association Group Information  

3

Highest granted Security Class
Basic 2 Highest granted Security Class
Binary Switch 2 Highest granted Security Class
Configuration 4 Highest granted Security Class
Device Reset Locally 1 Highest granted Security Class
Firmware Update Meta Data 5 Highest granted Security Class
Indicator 3 Highest granted Security Class
Manufacturer Specific 2 Highest granted Security Class
Meter 5 Highest granted Security Class
Multi Channel Association 3 Highest granted Security Class
Notification 8 Highest granted Security Class
Powerlevel 1 Highest granted Security Class
Version 3 Highest granted Security Class

Socket Type
Since the socket type for each country in Europe varies, refer to the outline for each socket suited for each country as follows:

Germany type PAN38-1

France type PAN38-2

UK type PAN38-3

Switzerland type PAN38-4
Note: Please make sure that the intensity of the plug of the electrical device must be 16A and have same head as the enclosed plug before inserting to the socket.

Disposal

This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed of with other household wastes throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. To return your used device, please use the return and collection systems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for environmentally safe recycling. Company of License Holder: Philio Technology Corporation
Address of License Holder:8F., No.653-2, Zhongzheng Rd., Xinzhuang Dist., New Taipei City 24257, Taiwan(R.O.C) www.philio-tech.com

FCC Interference Statement

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:

  • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
  • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
  • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the follow-ing two conditions:

  1. This device may not cause harmful interference.
  2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

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