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Table of Contents Introduction ················································· 1 Installation ·················································· 2 Feature List ················································· 3 Zone support ··············································· 5 Scene support ············································· 5 Smart Power ················································ 6 Smart Projector Off ······································ 7 Easy Installation Mode ·································· 7 Use HSK-200Z as the IR extender for HSK-100Z ·························8 Use HSK-200Z as scenario extender for the HSK-100Z·················9 Adding the HSK-200Z/210Z to the Network·································9 Removing the HSK-200Z/210Z from the Network ·························10 IR Emitter Cable ····································································10

Z-WAVE CONTROL ······································· 11 Z-Wave Device Class for the HSK-200Z /210Z ····························11 Supported Command Classes ··················································11 Multi Channel Class ·······························································11 BASIC Command Class ·························································12 Simple AV Control ·································································12

Association ················································· 13 Configuration ·············································· 14 IR Key Table ········································································18

Work with HSK-100Z ····································· 19 Add HSK-200Z to HSK-100Z····················································19 Add switches to the HSK-200Z ·················································22 Power Meter ·········································································23 Add Learning Keys·································································24 Add IR Keys ·········································································25


Define Number of Keys for Power Off ·······································26 Curtain ················································································26 Projector Screen ···································································27 Lighting Control ·····································································27 Factory Default ·····································································28

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ······················· 28 WARRANTY ················································· 29 FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION INTERFERENCE STATEMENT ························ 29 WARNINGS ·················································· 31


HSK-200Z Z-Wave IR Control Station Introduction The HSK-200Z/210Z is a Z-Wave IR control station (Figure 1). As an IR controller it receives RF commands and sends IR signals through built-in IR transmitters or connected IR emitter cables. As a scene controller it arranges scenarios for lighting, AV system, projector screen, window shades, thermostat, etc.

Status and Power LEDs  Figure 1 Outlook of the HSK-200Z/210Z -1-


The HSK-200Z/210Z can be used as: 

An IR repeater for Z-Wave control hub (e.g. HSC200) or portable controller (e.g. HSK-100Z) to control IR based equipments (e.g. TV, DVD player, etc.). The smart power is implemented to control the on/off status of the IR-controlled AV devices. This enables us to control the power status of the AV devices reliability. A scene controller for lighting, power meter, window shades, thermostat, etc.

Note: HomeScenario provides smart AV solution applied for meeting room or home theater usage. This includes control for lighting, window shades, thermostat, as well as AV system. This user manual provides the installation process for the HSK-200Z/210Z and its supported Z-Wave command classes. The integration with Z-Wave compatible devices can be done according to the information described below.

Installation The HSK-200Z/210Z is a standard Z-Wave AV control point. It can work with any Z-Wave primary controller or rotting slaves, if they support ASSOCIATION and CONFIGURATION command class. In the following section, we will use the HSK-100Z as example. However, we can use Z-Wave devices from other vendors as well. Please refer to the documents of those devices for more information.

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To start with, please power on the HSK-200Z/210Z by connecting power jack to the power adapter (7.5V) included in the package. The power LED of the HSK200Z/210Z will then turn on.

Program button

Figure 2 Rear View of the HSK-200Z/210Z

Feature List Thanks for purchasing the HSK-200Z/HSK-210Z. These devices provide the following outstanding features, which is not available in other Z-wave devices.  Repeater/Extender for the Universal Remote Control It is specially designed for the HSK-100Z for best user experience. However, it works with other Zwave, which supports Simple AV command class.

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 Six zones Support four lighting zones, one projector screen zone and one curtain zone.  Four scenes Support four scenes which can be activated by the scene keys in the HSK-100Z or any Z-wave compatible scene controller.  IR blaster in scene Support IR blaster in all four scenes. Each scene can define up to three IR signals. Smart Power Support Smart Power function which can reliability control the power of TV, DVD, projector or other IR-controlled devices. The HSD-400Z is used to monitor the status of the IR-controlled devices. The HSK-210Z can support up to four smart power keys.  Smart Projector Off Support projector power control which can send multiple power key to turn off the projector.  Configurable scene The scene can be configured to control all devices in size zones and send IR signals to control AV devices.  Smart Power Support the power meter which can make sure the status of the AV devices. -4-


Zone support HSK-200Z/HSK-210Z supports four light zones and two projector/curtain zones. Each zone can be added to any of four scenes. We will send BASIC commands to all devices in four light zones according to the following parameters.

Scene support The HSK-200Z can work with any portable scene controller. The HSK-200Z support scene 1-4. The HSK200Z will send IR signals and turn on/off devices defined in its 10 groups. Please refer to the following table for the default settings. Those settings can be changed via parameters. Scene

Main Light group

Aux Light group

Light group A

Light group B

1

On

On

On

On

2

Off

On

Off

On

3

On

On

On

On

4

Off

Off

Off

Off

Scene

Curtain

Projector

Scene IR

Exit IR Meeting Exit

1

On

Off

Meeting AUX1,AUX2

2

On

On

Presentation Presentation AUX1,AUX2 exit

3

On

Off

Normal AUX1,AUX2

Normal exit

Off

Leave AUX1,AUX2

Leave exit

4

Off

-5-


Scene Projector

DVD

AVR

TV

1

Off

Off

On

Off

2

On

On

On

Off

3

Off

Off

On

Off

4

Off

Off

Off

Off

Smart Power Most AV devices do not have separate power on and power off keys. Instead, they use a single power key to toggle the status of the AV devices. Therefore, we can not turn on or turn off the device reliability. However, this is extremely important for an automated home theater or meeting room setup. The smart power feature of the HSK-200Z/HSK-210Z uses a power meter to make sure the status of the AV devices. By using the smart power, the single power key becomes two virtual power keys. When we send virtual power on key, the HSK-200Z will use the power meter to check the status of the AV device and then send power key only when the device is on. The HSK-200Z is designed to work with HSD-400Z. However, it can work with any Z-wave devices, which support METER command class.

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Smart Projector Off Most projectors need to press the power key twice in order to turn it off. The smart projector off feature enables us to send multiple power key when the virtual power off key is sent. The parameter #### can be used to define the number of power keys be sent.

Easy Installation Mode HSK-200Z provides an easy installation mode, which can configure the HSK-100Z/HSK-200Z/HSD-400Z in one minute. It will    

Add all devices into Z-wave network Add HSK-200Z as the extender of HSK-100Z for the TV channel Enable HSK-100Z to send scene 1-4 to HSK-200Z. Enable the smart power function of the projector by using the HSD-400Z. Step

Setup Key

Setup LED Behavior

Delete all devices from the network. And reset all devices.

For HSK-200Z, plug the power when the program button is pressed.

For HSK-100Z, CONF+REMOVE for 5 seconds and then press 8761.

Please exclude the HSK200Z and HSD-400Z from the Z-wave network.

0

OK LED stays on 1 Press 2

Press one of the channel key. (TV,

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DVD, SAT/CBL, AUX). SHIFT key can be used to select TV1, DVD1, SAT/CBL1, AUX1) Press 3 0 0 0 3

Press the button of the HSK-200Z.

OK LED blink and stay one

In the last 0, the OK LED will blink twice to indicate that we have entered the easy installation mode.

The HSK-200Z Status LED will blink.

When the HSK-200Z has been added into the Zwave network, it will turn off the status LED.

The HSD-400Z status LED will become amber and blink.

The HSK-200Z status LED will blink and then turn off when the association is done.

OK LED blinks and turns off if the easy installation succeeds.

The Error LED blinks and then turns off if there is any error in the above procedure.

4

Press the button of the HSD-400Z 5

Press the program button in the HSK200Z. 6

Use HSK-200Z as the IR extender for HSK100Z Put the local IR UI flow here.

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Please refer to the 'Add HSK-200Z to the HSK-100Z' section configure the HSK-200Z as the extender of the HSK-100Z.

Use HSK-200Z as scenario extender for the HSK-100Z When the scene 1-4 of the HSK-100Z is pressed, the HSK-200Z can be used as scenario extender for the HSK-100Z to relay signal to other devices.

The HSK-200Z can 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Send pre-recorded IR signal. Send Z-wave commands to control four light groups. Send Z-wave commands to control devices in the window shade group. Send Z-wave commands to control devices in the projector screen group. Use smart power to control the of/off status of AV device bi-directionally.

Adding the HSK-200Z/210Z to the Network Put the HSK-100Z into inclusion mode by using ADD/DEVICE. Press and release the program button of the HSK200Z/210Z (Figure 2) by using a needle. The device will broadcast node information and enter learning mode. The HSK-100Z will add the HSK-200Z/210Z into the ZWave network and the OK LED turns on. If there is any error, the Error LED will be on instead. -9-


Removing the HSK-200Z/210Z from the Network Put the HSK-100Z into exclusion mode by using DELETE/DEVICE. Press and release the program button of the HSK200Z/210Z by using a needle. The device will broadcast node information and enter learning mode. The HSK-100Z will removing the HSK-200Z/210Z from the Z-Wave network and the OK LED turns on. If there is any error, the Error LED will be on instead.

IR Emitter Cable Plug the HSK-10 IR emitter cable into either phone jack of the HSK-200Z/210Z (Figure 3).

Phone jack for IR emitter Figure 3 Top View of the HSK-200Z/210Z The status LED in front will blink when the HSK200Z/210Z sends the IR keys successfully.

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Z-WAVE CONTROL Z-Wave Device Class for the HSK-200Z /210Z The HSK-200Z/210Z is implemented as a Z-Wave multi-channel device which supports 8 instances of AV control generic class and one instance of semi interoperable device. The controller which recognizes the HSK-200Z/210Z must use the manufacture command class to identify the HSK-200Z/210Z and then use proprietary command class to instruct the HSK-200Z/210Z to learn the IR signal. However, the standard simple AV command class is used to send the IR signals.

Supported Command Classes The HSK-200Z/210Z is an AV controller which supports the following command classes:        

BASIC Simple AV Control Version Manufacturer Specific Association Configuration Multi-channel Scene Activation

Multi Channel Class The HSK-200 has 9 channels. The channels 1-8 are mapped to the eight AV channels and the ninth channel are the scene devices. - 11 -


The un-capsulated simple AV commands are mapped to the channel 1. The basic, association, scene activation and configuration are mapped to the channel 9.

BASIC Command Class The basic command class is mapped to the scene activation command classes. The value of it is the scene ID. If the value is higher than 4, it will be mapped into 2. If the ID is 0, it will be mapped to the 4. The basic get will return the last invoked scene. BASIC Value

Scene ID

0

4

Leave mode

Description

99 or up

2

If the basic is 99 or 0xff, it will be used to activate the presentation mode.

Simple AV Control The simple AV control can be used to send IR signals from the internal database.

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Association The HSK-200 supports the following groups: Group No.

Function

1

Main Light Group. All devices in this group will be turn on/off when we receive the scene ID 1-4. The Configuration parameter #13 can be used to change the default setting.

2

Auxiliary Light group. All devices in this group will be turn on/off when we receive the scene ID 1-4. The Configuration parameter #14 can be used to change the default setting.

3

Projector screen group. All devices in this group will be turn on/off when we receive the scene ID 1-4. The Configuration parameter #15 can be used to change the default setting.

4

Curtain group. All devices in this group will be turn on/off when we receive the scene ID 1-4. The Configuration parameter #16 can be used to change the default setting.

5

Projector meter.

6

DVD meter

7

AVR meter

8

TV meter

9

Light group A

10

Light group B

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Configuration This configuration command classes allow us to fine tune the behavior of the HSK-200Z/210Z. Config.

Remarks

1

Node ID of the projector meter.

2

Node ID of the DVD meter.

3

Node ID of the AVR meter.

4

Node ID of the TV meter

5

Number of key which is used to turn off the power of the projector.

6

Node ID of the HSC-50Z

7

Enable/Disable projector activation function. When we detect the projector is turned on, we will execute the scene 1 Default is disabled.

8

Enable/disable the DVD activation function. When we detect the DVD is turned on, we will execute the scene 2. Default is disabled.

9

The scenario configuration for the projector. 7

6 S4

5

4 S3

3

2 S2

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1

0 S1


S1, S2, S3, S4 is used to control the state of the projector. 00: Turn off device. 01: Turn on device. 10: Do nothing. 11: Reserved. The default is 00 00 01 00. The scenario configuration for the DVD. 10

The usage is the same as the #9. The default is 00 00 01 00. The scenario configuration for the AVR.

11

The usage is the same as the #9. The default is 00 01 01 01. The scenario configuration for the TV.

12

The usage is the same as the #9. The default is 00 00 00 00.

13

The scenario configuration for the main light. The usage is the same as the #9. The default is 00 01 00 01.

14

The scenario configuration for the aux light. The usage is the same as the #9. The default is 00 01 01 01. - 15 -


15

The scenario configuration for the projector screen. The usage is the same as the #9. The default is 00 00 01 00.

16

The scenario configuration for the curtain controller. The usage is the same as the #9. The default is 00 01 01 00.

18

The scenario configuration for the light group A The usage is the same as the #9. The default is 01 00 00 00

19

The scenario configuration for the light group B The usage is the same as the #9. The default is 00 00 00 01 The receiver mode.

20

1: In the recovery mode 0: Out of the recovery mode

21

Low threshold of the power meter of projector The default is 2(20 mA)

22

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23

Low threshold of the power meter of DVD The default is 2(20 mA)

24

High threshold of the power meter of DVD The default is 4(40 mA)

25

Low threshold of the power meter of AVR The default is 2(20 mA)

26

High threshold of the power meter of AVR The default is 4(40 mA)

27

Low threshold of the power meter of TV The default is 2(20 mA)

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High threshold of the power meter of TV The default is 4(40 mA) The scene ID selector for projector

29

0: Use scene ID 1&2 1: Use scene ID 3&4 The default is 0 The scene ID selector for DVD

30

0: Use scene ID 1&2 1: Use scene ID 3&4 The default is 0

31

The scene ID selector for AVR 0: Use scene ID 1&2 - 17 -


1: Use scene ID 3&4 The default is 0 The scene ID selector for TV 32

0: Use scene ID 1&2 1: Use scene ID 3&4 The default is 0

IR Key Table The HSK-200Z/210Z can emit a number of IR signals when we enter or leave certain scenarios. The following is a table for all supported keys and their mapping on the HSK-100Z. If you are using the generic Z-Wave gateway, we can use the Z-Wave field to get the key index. If you are using the HSK-100Z, please use the HSK-100Z field to press the correct key. Item

Z-Wave Index

HSK-100 Key

projector Power

7

1

DVD Power

8

2

AVR power

9

3

TV Power

17

info

10

4

11

5

12

6

103

CC

Meeting AUX1 Meeting AUX2 Presentation AUX1 Presentation AUX2

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Remarks Smart power: Configuration #1 Smart power: Configuration #2 Smart power: Configuration #3 Smart power: Configuration #4 This is sent when we enter meeting mode. This is sent when we enter meeting mode. This is sent when we enter presentation mode. This is sent when we enter presentation mode.


Normal AUX1

13

7

Normal AUX2

14

8

Leave AUX1

15

9

Leave AUX2

ARC

Meeting exit

DASH

Presentation exit

6

0

Normal exit

40

ENTER

Leave exit

241

PIP

This is sent when we enter normal mode. This is sent when we enter normal mode. This is sent when we enter leave mode. This is sent when we enter leave mode. This is sent when we leave meeting mode. This is sent when we leave presentation mode. This is sent when we leave normal mode. This is sent when we leave mode.

Work with HSK-100Z Add HSK-200Z to HSK-100Z Use HSK-200Z as the IR-RF repeater of HSK-100Z Step

Setup Key

1

Press Setup area

2

Press Shift

3

4

Setup LED Behavior

in Zone

Select a zone group number from 1 to 8

Press the program button on the target device

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OK LED on

LED A blinks slowly

OK LED blink

LED A off

LED B blinks slowly

This will select device AV channel 1-8.

OK LED blinks for a while and then turns off.

We need to wait for up to one minute. Please make sure the HSK100Z is put to be much closed to the HSK-


200Z.

Change the IR device code of HSK-100Z AV channel which is repeated by the HSK-200Z Step

Setup Key

Setup LED Behavior

1

OK LED stays on Press

2

Press one of four AV channel keys. Or Press SHIFT to select another four channels.

3

Press the four digit code table. Please refer to the Code List sheet.

OK LED blinks once and stays on for each key press

OK LED blink and stay one

The input number is the code for the AV device.

Disable the IR-RF repeater If we don't want HSK-200Z repeat the IR any more, we need to remove it from the repeater group. For example, if we want to remove it from the TV channel. Step

Setup Key

Setup LED Behavior

1

Press in Zone Setup area

2

Press Shift

3

4

Select a zone group number from 1 to 8. Press 1 here.

Press the program button on the target device

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OK LED on

LED A blinks slowly

OK LED blink

LED A off

LED B blinks slowly

This will select device AV channel 1-8.

OK LED blinks for a while and then turns off.

We need to wait for up to one minute. Please


make sure the HSK100Z is put to be much closed to the HSK200Z.

The TV is channel 1. DVD is channel 2. SAT/CBL is channel 3 and AUX is the channel 4. Press SHIFT can select channel 5-8. Disable all IR-RF repeaters in a channel Step

Setup Key

Setup LED Behavior

1

Press for more than 3 seconds in Zone Setup area.

OK LED on

LED A blinks slowly

2

Press Shift

OK LED blink

3

Select a zone group number from 1 to 8.

LED A off

LED B blinks slowly

This will select device AV channel 1-8.

The OK LED will blink and turn off.

Use HSK-100Z as scene controller of HSK-100Z Step

Setup Key

1

Press in Advanced Setup

2

Press

Setup LED Behavior OK LED blinks once and stays on 

OK LED blinks once and stays on

LED A blinks slowly  3

4

Select group number 1. Press the program button on the HSK- 21 -

OK LED blinks once and stays on

LED A off

LED B blinks slowly

OK LED blinks once and stays on


200Z

LED B on

OK LED blinks once then turns off

LED B off

Press 5

6

The current status of the device will be learned and saved to a scene successfully. Repeat 1-5 to add scene 2-4

Add switches to the HSK-200Z The HSK-200Z supports 12 groups. You can use the 'Assigning Association' function of the HSK-100Z to add/remove devices in the HSK-200Z. Step

Setup Key

1

Press in Advanced Setup

2

Press

Setup LED Behavior OK LED blinks once and stays on 

OK LED blinks once and stays on

LED A blinks slowly  3

4

5

Select a group number from 1 to 16 (1-8 or SHIIFT 1-8)

LED A off

LED B blinks slowly

OK LED blinks once and keeps blinking slowly

Press the program button on the device

Press the program button on the HSK200Z

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OK LED blinks once and stays on

LED B off

OK LED blinks once then turns off

Assigning association completed


Power Meter Adding Power Meter The HSK-200Z/210Z supports up to four power meters. They are associated to the following IR codes, which is setup by using the learning function.    

Projector Power(Key 1) AV power(Key 2) TV power(Key 3) AVR power(Key INFO)

We can use the ASSOC key of HSK-100Z to include a power meter. Please use the following table to select the group to associate. No

Name

5

Projector power meter group

6

AV power meter group

7

AVR power meter group

8

TV power meter group

When the HSK-200Z/210Z starts, it will query the associated power meter to get the current setup. For example, to add Project power meter. We need to: Step

Setup Key

1

Press in Advanced Setup

2

Press

Setup LED Behavior OK LED blinks once and stays on 

OK LED blinks once and stays on

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 3

Select a group number 5.

4

Press the program button on the power meter.

5

Press the program button on the HSK200Z

OK LED blinks once and stays on

LED A off

LED B blinks slowly

OK LED blinks once and keeps blinking slowly

LED B off

OK LED blinks once then turns off

Assigning association completed

Add Learning Keys When HSK-200Z/210Z is an extender of HSK-100Z in a specific channel, it can relay preset database or learning keys of HSK-100Z. To add a learning key, use the following steps on HSK-100Z: Step

Setup Key

Setup LED Behavior

1

OK LED stays on Press

2

Press one of the eight AV channel.

3

Press 0 0 0 0

4

Press any AV key

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OK LED blinks once and stays on.

OK LED blink and stay on after each key press

OK LED blinks once and stays on

This is the key which will be learned. Please refer to the IR Key Table above for the


purpose for each key.

5

Point the remote which need to be learned to the IR window of HSK100Z and press and hold the key we want to learn.

The LED of the HSK200Z will stay on.

The OK LED of HSK100Z will blink if the signal is learned correctly.

If the learning fails, the ERROR LED of HSK100Z will blink.

Add IR Keys The HSK-200Z/210Z provides 16 IR keys which will be sent in pre-defined scenarios. Please check the IR Key Table section for the definition of all keys. These keys can be programmed by using the RS-485 pins. Please use the RS-485 programming guide for the detail about how to program the IR keys. In addition, the HSK-100 can be used to start the AV learning. The method is Step

Setup Key

Setup LED Behavior

1

OK LED stays on Press

2

Press one of the eight AV channel.

3

Press 1 0 0 0

4

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OK LED blinks once and stays on.

OK LED blink and stay on after each key press

OK LED blinks once and stays on


5

6

Point the remote which need to be learned to the HSK-200Z and press and hold the key we want to learn.

This is the key which will be learned. Please refer to the IR Key Table above for the purpose for each key.

The LED of the HSK200Z will stay on.

The LED of HSK-200Z will turn off if the signal is learned correctly.

In the same time, The OK LED of HSK-100Z will blink and turn off.

If the learning fails, the LED of HSK-200Z will blink and turn off and the Error LED of the HSK-100Z will blink.

Repeat the procedure 1-5 for another key.

Note: RS-485 is only supported by the HSK-210Z.

Define Number of Keys for Power Off For most projectors, we need to press power key twice in order to turn off the projector. We can use the configuration #5 to define the number. This is for the projector IR power only. If you have more than one device need to send multiple power keys, you need to have another HSK-200Z/210Z.

Curtain The curtain or window shades can be added into the curtain group. Actually, any motor device can be added into group 3. - 26 -


We can customize the behavior of the projector by parameter #16.

Projector Screen The projector screen will be lower only in the presentation mode by default. Please associate the HSK-300Z or other projector motor controller into the group #4. We can customize the behavior of the projector by parameter #15.

Lighting Control In order to add lights into different scenarios, you can use the following procedure at HSK-100Z.      

Press Add Press Scene Press the number 1-8 Press the device button, which can send a Z-Wave Node Information frame. Adjust the device to the desired setup. Press the Scene button

Devices can be added into different scene key by using different values so that we can define the status of devices in different scenes. However, light defined in the above procedure can be activated from the HSK-100Z only. The HSK-200Z/210Z support four light groups   

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 Extra light group B By default, the main light group is turned on at scene 1, 3. The Aux light group is turned on at group 1, 2, 3. The extra light group A and B are not used by default. We can change the turn on/off scenarios in configuration #9-#19.

Factory Default The factory default can be activated by the following procedure.    

Remove the power Press and hold the button Put the power back. The LED will blink for five seconds and then the system will be restored to the factory default.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Power

7.5V DC 500mA

Signal

908.42Mhz(US), 868.42Mhz(EU)

Range

Up to 100 feet line of sight between the wireless controller and the HSK-200Z/210Z.

IR

270 degree built-in IR emitter. Two IR emitter jacks can be used to extend the coverage by wires.

Serial port

RS-485 (for HSK-210Z only)

Program To include/exclude/calibrate the HSK-200Z/210Z button

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WARRANTY Limited One (1) Year Warranty This warranty does not cover or apply to: (a) damage to the product due to misuse, mishandling, and abuse, (b) products not used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions or recommendations, (c) product not assembled or installed according to manufacturer's instructions, (d) normal wear and tear, (e) wearing of the cover do to improper installation of cover and goods (f) damage to the contents of the shelter, (g) permits required due to zoning issues, (h) damage that has occurred during shipping, (i) acts of God. In addition consequential damage and incidental damages, such as damage to persons or property are not coverable under this warranty, and you should refer to your homeowner's insurance policy as with any other outside structure. Note: Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of certain damages, and in those cases these limitations do not apply.

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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 following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (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

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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.

WARNINGS   

Do not dispose of electrical appliances as unsorted municipal waste, use separate collection facilities. Contact your local government for information regarding the collection systems available. If electrical appliances are disposed of in landfills or dumps, hazardous substances can leak into the groundwater and get into the food chain, damaging your health and well-being.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.   

RISK OF FIRE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK RISK OF BURNS

Exercise extreme caution when using Z-Wave devices to control appliances. Operation of the Z-Wave device may be in a different room then the controlled appliances, also an unintentional activation may occur if the wrong button on the remote is pressed. Z-Wave devices may automatically be powered on due to timed event programming. Depending upon the appliance, these unattended or unintentional operations could possible result in a hazardous condition.

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HSK-200Z User Manual  

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