The following is an overview of the user manual for the Z-Wave product Door/Window Sensor (Wink D/W Sensor)from Wink. To view other Z-Wave products and manuals from Wink follow that link.
When your sensor detects activity, your Wink Hub or other Z-Wave Plus certified hub can send an alert to your smartphone, set off an alarm or chime, or trigger an automation such as turning on your lights.
The Wink Door/Window Sensor offers an extra-long z-wave wireless range of up to 150 feet, and requires a Wink Hub or other Z-Wave Plus certified hub for operation. The Wink Door/Window sensor comes with a CR14250 battery and has a three-year battery life, and will send an alert to your smartphone via the hub when the device has low battery.
· Z-Wave Plus Certified
· Requires a Z-Wave Plus Certified Hub to operate
· Works with all Z-Wave Plus compatible networks
· Up to 150 feet range
· Three-Year Battery Life (CR14250 Battery included)
· Low Battery Indication
· Measurements in millimeters: 19 x 66.3 x 20.2 mm (sensor) and 10 x 39.55 x 10.5 mm
As a Z-Wave Plus certified product, Door/Window Sensor supports Z-Wave S2 security. The following security modes are directly supported:
Wink describes Door/Window Sensor as having the following features:
- Battery Quantity
- Supported Notification Types
- Battery powered using CR14250 batteries
- 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
Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave certified Controller to enter inclusion mode.
When prompted by the Controller:
1. For proper inclusion, bring the Door/Window Sensor within range of your Controller.
2. Pull the battery tab on the backside of the sensor to power on, or remove then re-install the batteries. The LED light should blink.
Follow the instructions for your Z-Wave certified Controller to enter exclusion mode. When prompted by the Controller:
1. Press the sensor cover release button to remove the top cover, and be sure the sensor is powered on.
2. Press the Connect Button next to the battery quickly 3 times in a row.
The LED indicator will flash five times indicating exclusion/disconnection
Because the Door/Window Sensor is a battery powered device, it wakes up on regular intervals to give battery and other status updates to the controller, as well as to accept configuration settings from the controller (as opposed to always remaining online and draining its battery.) The device can be forced to wake up (to submit these reports or accept new settings immediately) by simply pressing and holding the BUTTON for two seconds.
Factory reset Door/Window Sensor
If needed, the Door/Window Sensor can be reset locally by following these steps. Only do this when your Z-Wave controller is disconnected or otherwise unreachable. Beware that resetting your device will disconnect it from the system:
1. Remove the SENSOR COVER and confirm that your Door/Window Sensor is powered up.
2. Press and hold the BUTTON for at least 10 seconds then release. A flashing light indicates a successful factory reset.
3. The Door/Window Sensor’s memory will be erased to factory settings.
Please note that this is a user manual Door/Window Sensor from Wink is provided as is and without warranty; all information contained herein is provided by the manufacturer or the certifying body. The information provided is for reference only and is not intended to be used as a substitute for professional advice. ZWaveProducts.com only warrants and is only able to support products purchased directly from us. If you have Door/Window Sensor and have not purchased it from us, please contact the manufacturer directly with any further questions you may have.