Fibaro Universal Binary Sensor (Z-Wave)
The Fibaro Binary Sensor is a wireless module that allows wired sensors to communicate over the z-wave network.
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The Fibaro Binary Sensor is a wireless module that allows wired sensors to communicate over the z-wave network. The module allows for wireless communication between the system and the DS18B20 temperature sensors. It can service up to two binary sensors and up to four temperature sensors.
The device is designed to be installed in the housing of a sensor or another device, whenever wireless collection of data from the wired sensors is required.
- Compatible with any Z-Wave Controller
- Advanced microprocessor control
- Range: 50m (outdoors) 30m (indoors)
- Compatible with regular and parametric alarm lines (can be connected to 2 alarm detectors)
- Compatible with binary sensors (can be connected to 2 binary outputs)
- Compatible with DS18B20 temperature sensors (can be connected to four DS18B20 temperature sensors)
Manuals and Guides
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Universal Binary Sensor?
What signals should be provided to IN1 and IN2 inputs?
Only GND signal can be the only signal, as this should fit with the GND of the Universal Sensor module.
Can I provide Voltage signal to IN1 or IN2?
No, it can only be a GND signal.
How can I control OUT1 and OUT2?
Simply, you can’t. You can’t control the outputs of the Universal Binary Sensor because it is just input modules. Therefore, the OUT1 and OUT 2 state is always dependent of IN1 and IN2 state. If IN1 state will be “1” than the same signal will appear on OUT1, if IN2 signal will be “0” than the same signal will appear on OUT2.
Why OUT1 and OUT2 cannot be controlled?
The Universal Binary Sensor is input module. This means it was designed to work with sensors and alarm systems therefore altering the state would be dangerous.
Can I measure temperature from Universal Sensor Module? If so, how can I do it?
Yes, you need to connect DS18B20 sensors to the 1-wire line in accordance with the instruction manual.
I’ve connected DS18B20 sensor to 1-wire line, but I cannot see any temperature sensors.
Once you have added temperature sensor module must be configured again. Then remove your device and re-add it.
How long can be 1-wire line for handling DS18B20 sensors?
What voltage Universal Binary Sensor should be powered by?
DC Voltage between 9-30V DC
Can I use other 1-wire devices than DS18B20 sensors?
No – The DS18B20 are the only compatible sensors.
What is the maximum current carrying capacity of outputs?
How accurate is DS18B20 sensor?
Accurate to 0.5C
Should I calibrate DS18B20 sensor?
No, it is digital so doesn’t require calibration.
Does Universal Binary Sensor is also Z-Wave signal repeater?
Yes, Universal Binary Sensor has complete and full repeating capabilities.
Physical and Performance Attributes
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||27.3 × 14.5 × 12 mm|
|Operating Temperature||0°C to +40°C|
|Power Supply||9-30V DC ±10%|