Z-Wave Fibaro FGK101 - FGK107

Description

The Fibaro FGK10x is Z-Wave Door/Window Sensor

According to the manufacturer:

The Door/window sensor is a battery powered reed sensor. It's operation under the z-wave standard guarantees compatibility with the Fibaro system. The sensor expands the capabilities of the system by monitoring the opening of doors, windows and garage doors. It is used in automatic light control, access control and property protection systems. Installation of the Door / Window Sensor in your home increases the safety and comfort of its inhabitants. It also eliminates the risk of high fees for heating or air conditioning. In addition, the module can be equipped with a temperature sensor, and use the built-in binary input.

Type Color
101 White
102 Grey
103 Black
104 Light Grey
105 Light Brown
106 Brown
107 Dark Brown


Include

  • Locate TMP button, which allows for proper inclusion of device
  • The Fibaro Door/Window Sensor is added to the network by quickly pressing the TMP button three times (the button is located on the underside of the device, inside its casing)


Exclude

TBC

Reset

  • Take off the Sensor's cover and remove battery. Make sure theTMP button is intact
  • Touch the Sensor's body with a magnet
  • Insert the battery
  • Remove the magnet from the Sensor's body
  • Remove the battery
  • Re-install the battery
  • Reset will be confirmed by double LED blink


Tips & Tricks

Adding DS1820 Sensor(s)

Every time when any changes are made to the configuration of TP and TD lines (1-wire), e.g. when DS18B20 sensor(s) is (are) included/excluded, it is necessary to execute the procedure of exclusion and repeated inclusion of the sensor module with the Z-Wave controller. This will also change Z-Wave device number, please also update your device information in DomotiGa.


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