The following is an overview of the user manual for the Z-Wave product Wireless Energy Meter (SYS-72027-ENL/01)from Seco srl. To view other Z-Wave products and manuals from Seco follow that link.
WEM will be installed into the main distribution board, with the amperometric clamp closed around the live wire of a 1-phase system. This allows WEM to measure the line voltage and current, and thus compute the total power and energy consumption of the home.
After a simple configuration phase, WEM starts reporting the measurement it takes to a central controller device, such as a home gateway, by means of the Z-Wave wireless technology. Z-Wave is a widespread and interoperable wireless home control technology based on the ITU-T 9959 open standard.
WEM has an intuitive user interface, with a LED informing the user about its current state, and a push button to let the user issue the necessary commands.
WEM can measure and report the following physical dimensions: Total Accumulated Active Energy (Wh), Instantaneous Active Power (W), RMS Voltage (V), RMS Current (A).
WEM allows to fine-tune the way the measurements are performed and reported by means of several parameters, which can be set by most controllers on the market.
As a Z-Wave Plus certified product, Wireless Energy Meter supports Z-Wave S2 security. The following security modes are directly supported:
Seco describes Wireless Energy Meter as having the following features:
- Supported Meter Type
- Switch Load Capacity Current
- FLiRS capable
- Supports Network Wide Inclusion
- Supports Z-Wave Explorer Frames
- Supports Z-Wave SmartStart allowing you to setup the product simply by scanning its QR code via
To remove WEM from the network, it is first necessary to put the primary Z-Wave controller into exclusion mode (refer to the controller user manual). Then, press the WEM button for about 3 seconds. WEM enters the “Leaving” state, and waits for the controller to acknowledge its exclusion. When the exclusion process is complete, WEM goes into the “Idle” state. If the exclusion process fails, WEM goes back to its previous state.
Once WEM is installed and connected to the power line for the first time, it goes into the “Idle” state. To add WEM to the Z-Wave network, it is first necessary to put the primary Z-Wave controller into inclusion mode (refer to the controller user manual). Then, press the WEM button for about 1 second. WEM enters the “Learning” state and the LED changes blinking pattern. When the learning phase ends successfully, WEM enters the “Synchronizing” state, and then the “Joined, Comm. Ok” state.
If the clamp is not placed correctly, the “Joined, Clamp Rev.” state is entered in place of the “Joined, Comm. Ok” one. If the inclusion fails, WEM goes back to the “Idle” state.
Factory reset Wireless Energy Meter
WEM can be reset to the factory default values at any time by pressing the button for about 10 seconds, until the LED turns steadily on. WEM performs the reset operations and the button can be released. When the reset is complete, WEM enters the “Idle” state.
Note that this reset procedure does not remove WEM from a classic Z-Wave controller or in situations where WEM cannot communicate with the Z-Wave Plus controller. Therefore this procedure should be used only when the primary controller is missing or inoperable. To remove WEM from the network under normal circumstances the exclusion procedure should be used.
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