Popp Solar Outdoor Siren
Before purchasing make sure to contact your Z-Wave Gateway/Controller manufacturer to determine if this device is compatible, typically most Z-Wave gateways will be generically compatible to Switch and Sensor type devices. The technical specifications of Solar Outdoor Siren can be viewed at that link.
Familiarize yourself with your Solar Outdoor Siren
(A) Power Button
(B) Z-Wave Button
(C) Battery Con
(D) Solar Module Connection
(E) Charge Connection (12V DC 400mA)
(F) Speaker Connection
Solar Outdoor Siren is a weather resistant device rated at IP56 for almost any rain and sleet environment and is also self protected against tamper and theft.
Getting your Solar Outdoor Siren up and running is as simple as installing it and linking it to your Z-Wave network. The following instructions tell you how to add your Solar Outdoor Siren 2 to your Z-Wave network using an existing gateway.
Installation and mounting of Siren:
1. Mount the back mounting plate using 4 screws (we recommend to mount the back mounting plate 5 mm from the wall for better sound).
2. Open the case and turn on the power switch (see illustration below) by moving it towards the Z-Wave button (B). All LEDs will shine for a short moment to confirm.
3. Remove the metal mounting plate from the device.
4. Remove all protection foil from the device.
5. Now it is time to install Solar Outdoor Siren 2 to your existing gateway in the upcoming section.
Using an existing gateway:
1. Place your gateway or controller into Z-Wave pair or inclusion mode. (Please refer to your controller/gateway manual on how to do this)
2. Tap the internal button on Outdoor Solar Siren once.
3. Your gateway should confirm if Solar Outdoor Siren is successfully included into your network.
4. Now close up your Solar Outdoor Siren by screwing in 6 screws to the mounting plate.
5. As soon as Outdoor Siren is mounted, the tamper switch will activate. You should not remove the Siren from its mount to avoid triggering a tamper alarm.
Siren can be turned on and off via your Z-Wave gateway interface, once this device is paired, this device should appear as a switch type device that you can control on/off. You can also program scene control to automatically trigger Siren utilizing Door Window Sensors, Multisensors, or other such sensors.
Removing Siren from its back mount plate by default will automatically trigger the Siren. This is configurable via Parameter 1.
Removing your Solar Outdoor Siren from a Z-Wave network.
Your Solar Outdoor Siren can be removed from your Z-Wave network at any time.You’ll need to use a Z-Wave primary controller to do this and the following instructions which will tell you how to do this using your existing Z-Wave Network.
This method can be used with any Primary Z-Wave Controller even if it is not directly paired to Solar Outdoor Siren.
Using an existing gateway:
1. Open the case of Outdoor Solar Siren and remove the metal mounting plate on the device.
2. Place your gateway or controller into Z-Wave unpair or exclusion mode. (Please refer to your controller/gateway manual on how to do this)
3. Tap the internal button on Outdoor Solar Siren once.
4. Your gateway should confirm if Solar Outdoor Siren is successfully excluded from your network.
Reset your Solar Outdoor Siren
Use this procedure only when the network primary controller is missing or otherwise inoperable.
Group Association is a specific function in Z-Wave that allows you to tell Solar Outdoor Siren who it can speak to. Some devices may only have 1 group association meant for the gateway, or multiple group associations that can be used for specific events. This type of function isn't used too often, but when it is available, you may be able to use it to directly communicate to Z-Wave devices instead of controlling a scene within a gateway which can have unforeseen delays.
Some gateways have the ability to set Group Associations to devices that have these special events and functions. Typically this is used to allow your gateway to update the status of Solar Outdoor Siren instantly.
By default, your primary gateway should have been associated to Solar Outdoor Siren automatically during the pairing of your Siren. For any case you have a Secondary Z-Wave Controller, you'll need to associate it to your Solar Outdoor Siren in order for your secondary controller to update its status.
|Group Number||Maximum Nodes||Description|
|1||5||Lifeline, used to report the status of Siren.|
Parameter 1: Siren Tamper Mode
Sets the tamper triggering mode when removed from the holder
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 0
|0||Triggers automatically when it is removed from the holder. Must be turned off, using the button or from the controller|
|1||Triggers automatically when it is removed from the holder and turns off, when placed back on the holder|
|2||Does not trigger at all, when removed from the holder. Service Mode|
Parameter 2: Temperatur-Korrektur
Mittels dieses Parameters kann der Temperaturwert kalibriert werden. Der Wert verändert den Temperaturmesswert um 0.1K.
Grösse: 1 Byte, Voreingestellt: 0
|1 - 127||0.1K|
|128 - 255||- 0.1K|
Parameter 3: Temperaturschwellwert
Dieser Parameter legt fest, ab welcher Temperaturabweichung automatisch ein Temperaturreport in die Lifeline gesendet wird.
Grösse: 1 Byte, Voreingestellt: 10
|0 - 255||0.1 K|
Parameter 4: Regelmäßiges Senden eines Temperaturreports
Wenn dieser Wert gesetzt ist wird aller X * 4 Minuten ein Temperaturreport in die Lifeline gesendet.
Grösse: 2 Byte, Voreingestellt: 15
|1 - 32676||* 4 Minuten|
Parameter 5: Siren Mode
Determines how the Siren shall react on alarm
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 2
|2||Flash plus Siren|
Parameter 6: Auto Off
If the value is set, the siren will be switched off automatically after a defined alarm time in Minutes.
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 5
|0||No Auto Off|
|1 - 127||after X Minutes|