Aeotec Micro Motor Controller has been crafted to power connected lighting using Z-Wave.


To see whether Micro Motor Controller is known to be compatible with your Z-Wave system or not, please reference our Z-Wave gateway comparison listing. The technical specifications of Micro Motor Controller can be viewed at that link.


Get to Know your Micro Motor Controller.


Aeon Labs Micro Motor Controller must first be powered by AC power system in order to operate. Please refer to the wiring diagram below:




IMPORTANT: A licensed electrician with knowledge and understanding of electrical systems and electrical safety should complete the electrical installation inside the main circuit box.


IMPORTANT: The electricity to the circuit must be shut off during installation for safety and to ensure that wires are not short circuited during installation which will cause damage to Micro Module.


If you’re using a Z-Stick:


1. Connect your Micro Motor Controller to AC power supply. Its Network LED will begin to blink.


2. If your Z-Stick is plugged into a gateway or a computer, unplug it.


3. Take your Z-Stick to your Micro Motor Controller.


4. Press the Action Button on your Z-Stick.


5. Press the Action Button on your Micro Motor Controller. 


6. If Micro Motor Controller has been successfully linked to your Z-Wave network, its Network LED will no longer blink. If the linking was unsuccessful and the Network LED continues to blink repeat the above steps.


7. Press the Action Button on the Z-Stick to take it out of installation mode and return it to your gateway or computer.




If you’re using a Minimote:




1 .Decide on where you want your Micro Motor Controller to be placed and plug it in to a wall socket. Its Network LED will begin to blink.


2. Take your Minimote to your Micro Motor Controller.


3. Press the Include button on your Minimote.


4. Press the Action Button on your Micro Motor Controller.


5. If Micro Motor Controller has been successfully linked to your Z-Wave network, its Network LED will no longer blink. If the linking was unsuccessful and the Network LED continues to blink repeat the above steps.


6. Press any button on your Minimote to take it out of inclusion mode.


With your Micro Motor Controller now working as a part of your smart home, you’ll be able to configure it from your home control software. Please refer to your software’s user guide for precise instructions on configuring Micro Motor Controller to your needs.


Removing your Micro Motor Controller from a Z-Wave network.


Your Micro Motor Controller can be removed from your Z-Wave network at any time. You’ll need to use your Z-Wave network’s main controller to do this and the following instructions tell you how to do this using Aeotec by Aeon Labs’ Z-Stick and Minimote controllers. If you are using other products as your main Z-Wave controller, please refer to the part of their respective manuals that tells you how remove devices from your network.


If you’re using a Z-Stick:


1. If your Z-Stick is plugged into a gateway or a computer, unplug it.


2. Take your Z-Stick to your Micro Motor Controller.


3. Press the Action Button on your Z-Stick.


4. Press the Action Button on your Micro Motor Controller. 5.If your Micro Motor Controller has been successfully removed from your network, its          

Network LED will blink. If the removal was unsuccessful, the Network LED will not blink.


6. Press the Action Button on the Z-Stick to take it out of removal mode.


If you’re using a Minimote:

  

1. Take your Minimote to your Micro Motor Controller. 2.Press the Remove Button on your Minimote.


3. Press the Action Button on your Micro Motor Controller.


4. If your Micro Motor Controller has been successfully removed from your network, its Network LED will blink. If the removal was unsuccessful, the Network LED will not blink.


5.Press any button on your Minimote to take it out of removal mode.


Advanced functions.


Controlling Micro Motor Controller.


Use any of the below methods to control Micro Motor Controller.


1.Pressing the button on the external (Wall) switch will be able to spin the motor up/down/stop.


2.Through the usage of Z-Wave commands built into Z-Wave certified controllers and gateways. (The specific Z-Wave commands supporting this function are the Basic Command Class and Multilevel Switch Command Class.) Please consult the operation manual for these controllers for specific instructions on controlling the Motor Controller.


3.A short press on the button on the Motor Controller will spin the motor up/down/stop.


Change Mode on the External Switch/Button Control.


The Aeon Labs Micro Motor Controller by default is set to be controlled via 2-state (flip/flop) external wall switch. Pushing the button 6 times in quick succession on Micro Motor Controller will swap between this default mode and the momentary push button external wall switch mode.