Blue Series 2-1 Switch • Parameters

This article lists out all the parameters for the Inovelli Blue Series 2-1 Switch (VZM31-SN) and explains what they do.

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Written by Eric Hines
Updated over a week ago

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Please use this document as a resource to understand the various parameters on your Blue Series 2-1 switch. We try to keep this up-to-date, but as we constantly change our firmware, there may be a mistake. Please reach out if you see anything that needs to be corrected.

Parameter Table

Please see the table below for a quick reference guide to the parameters on the Blue Series 2-1 switch (VZM31-SN). The table is meant to provide a high level view of all the parameters. For a full explanation of each parameter, please click on the hyperlink in each cell to be taken down the page to the appropriate section.

#

Name

Range

Default

Size

FW Version

1

0-126

25

1

2.00+

2

0-127

127

1

2.00+

3

0-127

127

1

2.00+

4

0-127

127

1

2.00+

5

0-127

127

1

2.00+

6

0-127

127

1

2.00+

7

0-127

127

1

2.00+

8

0-127

127

1

2.00+

9

1-254

1

1

2.00+

10

2-255

255

1

2.00+

11

0-1

0

1

2.00+

12

0-32767

0

2

2.00+

13

0-255

255

1

2.00+

14

0-255

255

1

2.00+

15

0-255

255

1

2.00+

17

0-11

11

1

2.00+

18

0-32767

10

2

2.00+

19

0-32767

3600

2

2.00+

20

0-32767

10

2

2.00+

21

0-1

1

1

2.00+

22

0-3¹

0

1

2.00+

25

0-1

1

1

2.14+

26

0-1

0

1

2.15+

32

0-127

N/A

1

2.15+

33

0-1

0

1

2.15+

50

0-9

5

1

2.00+

52

0-1

1

0

2.00+

53

0-1

0

1

2.00+

54

0-1

0

1

2.10+

55

2-254

254

1

2.12+

56

0-254

2

1

2.12+

60

0-255

255

3

2.00+

61

0-255

255

3

2.00+

62

0-101

101

1

2.00+

63

0-101

101

1

2.00+

65

0-255

255

3

2.00+

66

0-255

255

3

2.00+

67

0-101

101

1

2.00+

68

0-101

101

1

2.00+

70

0-255

255

3

2.00+

71

0-255

255

3

2.00+

72

0-101

101

1

2.00+

73

0-101

101

1

2.00+

75

0-255

255

3

2.00+

76

0-255

255

3

2.00+

77

0-101

101

1

2.00+

78

0-101

101

1

2.00+

80

0-255

255

3

2.00+

81

0-255

255

3

2.00+

82

0-101

101

1

2.00+

83

0-101

101

1

2.00+

85

0-255

255

3

2.00+

86

0-255

255

3

2.00+

87

0-101

101

1

2.00+

88

0-101

101

1

2.00+

90

0-255

255

3

2.00+

91

0-255

255

3

2.00+

92

0-101

101

1

2.00+

93

0-101

101

1

2.00+

95

0-255

170

3

2.00+

96

0-255

170

3

2.00+

97

0-100

33

1

2.00+

98

0-100

1

1

2.00+

100

0-1

0

1

2.14+

123

0-1

0

1

2.14+

125

0-1

0

1

2.14+

256

0-1

0

1

2.00+

257

0-1

0

1

2.00+

258

0-1

1

1

2.00+

259

0-1

1

0

2.00+

260

0-1

1

1

2.00+

261

0-1

0

1

2.00+

262

0-1

0

1

2.05+

  1. Single-Pole Full Sine Wave added in 2.10 (Value of 3)

Switch Parameters

Below we'll list out the parameter number, description, range, default value, size, firmware version it was implemented and an example of how to use it.

IF USING A DUMB SWITCH: Parameters 1-2, 5-6 will not work when pressing the dumb switch manually.

NOTE: Third party code may need to be implemented (device handler, driver, etc) for these parameters to work properly. Some hubs may not support these features.


AC Power Type, Switch Mode & Type, Leading/Trailing Edge, Smart Bulb Mode Parameters

AC Power Type is a read only parameter that shows whether or not the switch is in neutral or non-neutral mode.

Switch Mode refers to the switch being in either On/Off or Dimmer mode.

Switch Type refers to the type of wiring installation your switch is in: Single Pole, 3-Way Dumb, 3-Way Aux or Full Sine Wave (FW version 2.11+).

Leading/Trailing Edge refers to the way your switch handles the lights it's controlling. You can switch between each one to get the best compatibility with your bulbs. However, Trailing Edge is only available in neutral single-pole and neutral multi-way with an aux setups.

Smart Bulb Mode is a mode that allows your switch to be used with smart bulbs that are wired to the switch (ie: it locks in full power and sends digital signals to the hub to turn on/off/dim the smart bulb rather than cutting power to the bulb).

Parameter 21 - AC Power Type (READ ONLY)

To see whether or not your Blue Series 2-1 Switch is in neutral or non-neutral mode, please look for Parameter 21 in your hubs user interface (NOTE: This is a read only parameter that cannot be changed, so it may not show up on some hub user interfaces such as SmartThings).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = No-Neutral detected

    • 1 = Neutral detected

  • Default: 1

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 258 - Switch Mode

To change your Blue Series 2-1 Switch from On/Off to Dimmer or Dimmer to On/Off, please select Parameter 258 and adjust accordingly with 0 being Dimmer and 1 being On/Off which is also the default setting.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Dimmer

    • 1 = On/Off

  • Default: 1

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 22 - Switch Type

To program your Blue Series 2-1 switch which installation type it's in (ie: Single Pole, 3-Way Dumb, 3-Way Aux, or Full Sine Mode) you'll want to change Parameter 22 and enter in 0 for Single Pole (which is also the default), 1 for Multi-Way (3-Way) with a Dumb switch, 2 for Multi-Way (3-Way) with an Auxiliary / Add-On switch, or 3 for Full Sine Wave Mode (FW version 2.11 and above).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-3

    • 0 = Single Pole

    • 1 = Multi-Way (3-Way) with a Dumb / Existing Switch

    • 2 = Multi-Way (3-Way) with an Aux / Add-On Switch

    • 3* = Full Sine Mode (Single Pole only)

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

    • *Full Sine Mode is only available on Firmware Version 2.10 and above

Parameter 26 - Leading / Trailing Edge

To switch between Leading and Trailing Edge on your Blue Series 2-1 switch, look for Parameter 26 and adjust accordingly. Leading Edge has a value of 0 and is the default value, whereas Trailing Edge has a value of 1. Please note that Trailing Edge is only available on neutral single-pole and neutral multi-way with an aux/add-on switch (multi-way with a dumb/existing switch and non-neutral setups are not supported and will default back to Leading Edge). This feature is available on firmware version 2.15+.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Leading Edge

    • 1 = Trailing Edge

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.15+

Parameter 52 - Smart Bulb Mode

To turn on or off Smart Bulb Mode on your Blue Series 2-1 change Parameter 52 to reflect that state that you'd like, with 1 turning on Smart Bulb Mode and the default being 0 which has Smart Bulb Mode disabled.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Smart Bulb Mode Disabled (Off)

    • 1 = Smart Bulb Mode Enabled (On)

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+


Dimming Speed & Ramp Rate Adjustment Parameters

Dimming speed refers to how fast or slow the light turns on when you change the dim level either remotely or locally (at the switch) such as from 10-20%, 60-80%, etc.

Ramp rate refers to how fast or slow the light turns on when you either remotely or locally (at the switch) bring the switch from off to on (or on to off).

Parameter 1 - Dimming Speed () - Remote (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the remote dimming speed for dimming up on your Blue Series 2-1 Switch, you would select Parameter 1 within your hub and then input a range of 0-126, with each interval equating to 100 milliseconds and the default being 2.5 seconds.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-126

    • 0 = Instant On

    • 5 = Fast (500 milliseconds)

    • 126 = Slow (12.6 seconds)

  • Default: 25 (2.5 seconds)

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 2 - Dimming Speed (↑) - Local (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the dimming speed at the switch (locally) for dimming up on your Blue Series 2-1 Switch, you would select Parameter 2 within your hub and then input a range of 0-127, with each interval equating to 100 milliseconds and the default being that the switch will default to whatever is selected in Parameter 1.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-127

    • 0 = Instant On

    • 5 = Fast (500 milliseconds)

    • 126 = Slow (12.6 seconds)

    • 127 = Sync to Parameter 1

  • Default: 127

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 5 - Dimming Speed (↓) - Remote (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the remote dimming speed for dimming down on your Blue Series 2-1 Switch, you would select Parameter 5 within your hub and then input a range of 0-126, with each interval equating to 100 milliseconds and the default being that the switch will default to whatever is selected in Parameter 1.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-127

    • 0 = Instant Off

    • 5 = Fast (500 milliseconds)

    • 126 = Slow (12.6 seconds)

    • 127 = Sync to Parameter 1

  • Default: 127

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 6 - Dimming Speed (↓) - Local (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the dimming speed at the switch (locally) for dimming down on your Blue Series 2-1 Switch, you would select Parameter 6 within your hub and then input a range of 0-127, with each interval equating to 100 milliseconds and the default being that the switch will default to whatever is selected in Parameter 2.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-127

    • 0 = Instant Off

    • 5 = Fast (500 milliseconds)

    • 126 = Slow (12.6 seconds)

    • 127 = Sync to Parameter 2

  • Default: 127

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 3 - Ramp Rate (Off → On) - Remote (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the remote ramp rate for how fast your Blue Series 2-1 Switch goes from off to on, you would select Parameter 3 within your hub and then input a range of 0-127, with each interval equating to 100 milliseconds and the default being that the switch will default to whatever is selected in Parameter 1.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-127

    • 0 = Instant On

    • 5 = Fast (500 milliseconds)

    • 126 = Slow (12.6 seconds)

    • 127 = Sync to Parameter 1

  • Default: 127

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 4 - Ramp Rate (Off → On) - Local (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the remote ramp rate for how fast your Blue Series 2-1 Switch goes from off to on, you would select Parameter 4 within your hub and then input a range of 0-127, with each interval equating to 100 milliseconds and the default being that the switch will default to whatever is selected in Parameter 3.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-127

    • 0 = Instant On

    • 5 = Fast (500 milliseconds)

    • 126 = Slow (12.6 seconds)

    • 127 = Sync to Parameter 3

  • Default: 127

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 7 - Ramp Rate (On → Off) - Remote (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the ramp rate for how fast your Blue Series 2-1 Switch goes from on to off remotely in your app, you would select Parameter 7 within your hub and then input a range of 0-127, with each interval equating to 100 milliseconds and the default being that the switch will default to whatever is selected in Parameter 3.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-127

    • 0 = Instant Off

    • 5 = Fast (500 milliseconds)

    • 126 = Slow (12.6 seconds)

    • 127 = Sync to Parameter 3

  • Default: 127

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 8 - Ramp Rate (On → Off) - Local (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the ramp rate for how fast your Blue Series 2-1 Switch goes from on to off locally at the switch, you would select Parameter 8 within your hub and then input a range of 0-127, with each interval equating to 100 milliseconds and the default being that the switch will default to whatever is selected in Parameter 4.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-127

    • 0 = Instant Off

    • 5 = Fast (500 milliseconds)

    • 126 = Slow (12.6 seconds)

    • 127 = Sync to Parameter 4

  • Default: 127

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+


Min / Max Dim Level, Invert Switch, & Auto Off Timer Parameters

Minimum Dim Level refers to the minimum level the light switch will dim to.

Maximum Dim Level refers to the maximum level the light switch will dim to.

Invert Switch refers to inverting the switch (where tapping up on the switch will turn the switch off and tapping down on the switch will turn the switch on)

Auto-Off Timer refers to the switch being turned off after a certain amount of time (in seconds).

Parameter 9 - Minimum Dim Level (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the minimum dim level for how low your Blue Series 2-1 Switch dims to, you would select Parameter 9 within your hub and then input a range of 1-253, where the lower the numeric value equals the lower the minimum dim level (1 = ~1%) and the higher the numeric value equals the higher the minimum dim level (253 = ~99%) with the default being that the switch will be at 1%.

This is typically used for fixing flickering bulbs or calibrating the bulb if it shuts off prior to 1%.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 1-253

    • 1 = 1%

    • 254 = 99%

    • NOTE: Some hub user interfaces may show a range of 1-99 as available inputs. This is because it's easier to think in terms of 1-99% instead of calculating what number out of 253 is equal to x%.

  • Default: 1

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 10 - Maximum Dim Level (Dimmer Mode Only)

To change the maximum dim level for how low your Blue Series 2-1 Switch dims to, you would select Parameter 10 within your hub and then input a range of 2-254, where the lower the numeric value equals the lower the maximum dim level (2 = ~2%) and the higher the numeric value equals the higher the maximum dim level (254 = ~100%) with the default being that the switch will be at 100%.

This is typically used for calibrating the bulb if reaches the maximum level before 100%.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 2-254

    • 2 = 2%

    • 255 = 100%

    • NOTE: Some hub user interfaces may show a range of 2-100 as available inputs. This is because it's easier to think in terms of 2-100% instead of calculating what number out of 255 is equal to x%.

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 11 - Invert Switch

To invert your Blue Series 2-1 Switch (ie: tapping on the up button turns your light off and tapping on the down button turns your light on), you would select Parameter 11 within your hub and then select either 0 to keep it non-inverted or 1 to invert it with the default being that the switch is not inverted (value of 0).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Disabled

    • 1 = Enabled

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 12 - Auto-Off Timer

To set an auto-off timer where you can have your Blue Series 2-1 Switch turn off after a certain amount of seconds, you would select Parameter 12 within your hub and then input a range of 0-32767, where each interval is a second.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-32767

    • 0 = Disabled

    • 1 = 1 second

    • 32767 = 32767 seconds

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 2

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+


Default Levels, Level After Power Restored & LED Indicator Timeout Parameters

Default Level - Local refers to the default dim level the switch goes to when turned on at the switch (ie: if you set the default level to 60%, that's the percentage the switch turns on to when you turn it on).

Default Level - Remote refers to the default dim level the switch goes to when turned on remotely via the app (ie: if you set the default level to 60%, that's the percentage the switch turns on to when you turn it on).

Level After Power Restored refers to the level the switch will return to when power is restored to it (ie: after a power outage).

LED Indicator Timeout changes the amount of time (in seconds) the RGB Bar shows the Dim Level (ie: if you are actively dimming the light, the LED Bar will show you approximately what level the light is at -- the timeout is the time that indicator shows once you let go of the paddle)

Parameter 13 - Default Level - Local

To set the default level your Blue Series 2-1 Switch turns on to when you manually press the switch, you would select Parameter 13 within your hub and then input a range of 0-255, where zero (0) equals off, 255 equals the last level the switch was set at, the lower the numeric value equals a lower dim level (1 = ~1%) and the higher the numeric value equals a higher dim level (254 = ~100%) with the default being that the switch will return to the prior state it was in.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = Off

    • 1 = 1%

    • 254 = 100%

    • 255 = Returns to state prior to being turned off

    • NOTE: Some hub user interfaces may show a range of 2-100 as available inputs. This is because it's easier to think in terms of 2-100% instead of calculating what number out of 254 is equal to x%.

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 14 - Default Level - Remote

To set the default level your Blue Series 2-1 Switch turns on to when you turn on your switch remotely (via an app), you would select Parameter 14 within your hub and then input a range of 0-255, where zero (0) equals off, 255 equals the last level the switch was set at, the lower the numeric value equals a lower dim level (1 = ~1%) and the higher the numeric value equals a higher dim level (254 = ~100%) with the default being that the switch will return to the prior state it was in.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = Off

    • 1 = 1%

    • 254 = 100%

    • 255 = Returns to state prior to power outage

    • NOTE: Some hub user interfaces may show a range of 2-100 as available inputs. This is because it's easier to think in terms of 2-100% instead of calculating what number out of 254 is equal to x%.

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 15 - Level After Power Restored

To set the behavior that your Blue Series 2-1 Switch enacts after a power outage, you would select Parameter 15 within your hub and then input a range of 0-255, where zero (0) equals off, 255 equals the last level the switch was set at, the lower the numeric value equals a lower dim level (1 = ~1%) and the higher the numeric value equals a higher dim level (254 = ~100%) with the default being that the switch will return to the prior state it was in.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = Off

    • 1 = 1%

    • 254 = 100%

    • 255 = Returns to state prior to power outage

    • NOTE: Some hub user interfaces may show a range of 2-100 as available inputs. This is because it's easier to think in terms of 2-100% instead of calculating what number out of 254 is equal to x%.

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 17 - LED Indicator Timeout

To adjust the time that the LED Bar displays the value of what your Blue Series 2-1 Switch is at (ie: on/off, dim level), you would select Parameter 17 within your hub and then input a range of 0-11, where zero (0) equals always off, each interval equals one second and 11 equals always on.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-11

    • 0 = LED Bar is always off

    • 1 = 1 second

    • 10 = 10 seconds

    • 11 = LED Bar is always on

  • Default: 11

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+


Power & Energy Parameters

Active Power Reports refer to the reporting of the power level change and will result in a new power report being sent in wattage (W).

Periodic Power & Energy Reports refer to the time period between consecutive power and energy reports being sent (in seconds).

Energy Reports refer to the reporting of the energy level change and will result in a new energy report being sent in kilowatt hours (kWh).

Parameter 18 - Active Power Reports

To adjust the threshold at which a power report is sent based on a change in Wattage on your Blue Series 2-1 Switch, you would select Parameter 18 within your hub and then input a range of 0-32767, where zero disables the reports and each interval equals 0.1 Watt.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-32767

    • 0 = Power Reports are Disabled

    • 1 = 0.1W change

    • 10 = 1W change

    • 100 = 10W change

    • 32767 = 3276.7W change

  • Default: 10

  • Size (Bytes): 2

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 19 - Periodic Power & Energy Reports

To adjust the time period at which consecutive power or energy reports are sent on your Blue Series 2-1 Switch, you would select Parameter 19 within your hub and then input a range of 0-32767, where zero disables the reports and each interval equals 1 second.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-32767

    • 0 = Periodic Power & Energy Reports are Disabled

    • 1 = 1 second

    • 32767 = 32767 seconds

  • Default: 3600

  • Size (Bytes): 2

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 20 - Active Energy Reports

To adjust the threshold at which an energy report is sent based on a change in kilowatt hours on your Blue Series 2-1 Switch, you would select Parameter 20 within your hub and then input a range of 0-32767, where zero disables the reports and each interval equals 0.01 kilowatt hours (kWh).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-32767

    • 0 = Energy Reports are Disabled

    • 1 = 0.01 kWh change

    • 10 = 0.1 kWh change

    • 100 = 1 kWh change

    • 32767 = 32767 327.67 kWh change

  • Default: 10

  • Size (Bytes): 2

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+


LED Indicator Parameters (Color, Intensity)

Please use the chart below to understand what parameters align with what LED on the switch. For a visual example, please visit the Inovelli Toolbox which will show you what the various animations look like (be sure to select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)").

Parameter 60 - Default LED #1 Strip Color (When On)

To adjust the color of the bottom LED (LED #1) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 60 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #1 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 95 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 95

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 61 - Default LED #1 Strip Color (When Off)

To adjust the color of the bottom LED (LED #1) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 61 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #1 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 96 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 96

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 62 - Default LED #1 Strip Intensity (When On)

To adjust the bottom LED's brightness (LED #1) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 62 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #1 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 97 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 63 - Default LED #1 Strip Intensity (When Off)

To adjust the bottom LED's brightness (LED #1) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 63 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #1 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 98 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 65 - Default LED #2 Strip Color (When On)

To adjust the color of the second from the bottom LED (LED #2) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 65 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #2 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 95 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 95

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 66 - Default LED #2 Strip Color (When Off)

To adjust the color of the second from the bottom LED (LED #2) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 66 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #2 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 96 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 96

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 67 - Default LED #2 Strip Intensity (When On)

To adjust the second from the bottom LED's brightness (LED #2) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 67 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #2 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 97 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 68 - Default LED #2 Strip Intensity (When Off)

To adjust the second from the bottom LED's brightness (LED #2) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 68 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #2 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 98 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 70 - Default LED #3 Strip Color (When On)

To adjust the color of the third from the bottom LED (LED #3) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 70 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #3 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 95 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 95

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 71 - Default LED #3 Strip Color (When Off)

To adjust the color of the third from the bottom LED (LED #3) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 71 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #3 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 96 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 96

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 72 - Default LED #3 Strip Intensity (When On)

To adjust the third from the bottom LED's brightness (LED #3) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 72 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #3 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 97 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 73 - Default LED #3 Strip Intensity (When Off)

To adjust the third from the bottom LED's brightness (LED #3) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 73 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #3 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 98 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 75 - Default LED #4 Strip Color (When On)

To adjust the color of the middle LED (LED #4) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 75 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #4 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 95 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 95

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 76 - Default LED #4 Strip Color (When Off)

To adjust the color of the middle LED (LED #4) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 76 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #4 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 96 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 96

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 77 - Default LED #4 Strip Intensity (When On)

To adjust the middle LED's brightness (LED #4) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 77 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #4 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 97 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 78 - Default LED #4 Strip Intensity (When Off)

To adjust the middle LED's brightness (LED #4) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 78 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #4 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 98 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 80 - Default LED #5 Strip Color (When On)

To adjust the color of the third from the top LED (LED #5) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 80 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #5 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 95 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 95

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 81 - Default LED #5 Strip Color (When Off)

To adjust the color of the third from the top LED (LED #5) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 81 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #5 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 96 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 96

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 82 - Default LED #5 Strip Intensity (When On)

To adjust the the third from the top LED's brightness (LED #5) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 82 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #5 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 97 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 83 - Default LED #5 Strip Intensity (When Off)

To adjust the the third from the top LED's brightness (LED #5) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 83 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #5 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 98 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 85 - Default LED #6 Strip Color (When On)

To adjust the color of the second from the top LED (LED #6) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 85 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #6 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 95 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 95

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 86 - Default LED #6 Strip Color (When Off)

To adjust the color of the second from the top LED (LED #6) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 86 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #6 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 96 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 96

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 87 - Default LED #6 Strip Intensity (When On)

To adjust the second from the top LED's brightness (LED #6) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 87 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #6 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 97 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 88 - Default LED #6 Strip Intensity (When Off)

To adjust the second from the top LED's brightness (LED #6) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 88 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #6 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 98 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 90 - Default LED #7 Strip Color (When On)

To adjust the color of the top LED (LED #7) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 90 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #7 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 95 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 95

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 91 - Default LED #7 Strip Color (When Off)

To adjust the color of the top LED (LED #7) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 91 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is for LED #7 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 96 (Default of All LED Strip Color - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

    • 0 = White

    • 1-254 = Values of a color wheel (use Inovelli Toolbox)

    • 255 = Sync to Parameter 96

  • Default: 255

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 92 - Default LED #7 Strip Intensity (When On)

To adjust the top LED's brightness (LED #7) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 92 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #7 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 97 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When On).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 93 - Default LED #7 Strip Intensity (When Off)

To adjust the top LED's brightness (LED #7) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 93 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #7 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 98 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-101

    • 0 = LED #1 Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

    • 101 = Sync to Parameter 97

  • Default: 101

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 95 - Default of All LED's (#'s 1-7) Strip Color (When On)

To adjust the color of the LED Bar (LED's 1-7) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 95 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is 170 which is Blue.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

  • Default: 170

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 96 - Default of All LED's (#'s 1-7) Strip Color (When Off)

To adjust the color of the LED Bar (LED's 1-7) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 96 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The easiest way to determine a color's value is to go to the Inovelli Toolbox, select, "On\Off + Dimmer Switch (VZM31-SN)" and then select, "LED" and use the slider to select a color (ie: 170 is blue). The default is 170 which is Blue.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-255

  • Default: 170

  • Size (Bytes): 3

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 97 - Default of All LED's (#'s 1-7) Strip Intensity (When On)

To adjust the LED Bar's brightness (LED's 1-7) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is on, find parameter 97 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default value is 33 (33%).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-100

    • 0 = LED Bar (#1-7) Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

  • Default: 33

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 98 - Default of All LED's (#'s 1-7) Strip Intensity (When Off)

To adjust the LED Bar's brightness (LED's 1-7) on the Blue Series 2-1 switch when the light (load) is off, find parameter 98 in your hub's UI and change accordingly. The lower the number, the lower the intensity (ie: 0 = Off, 10 = 10%, 100 = 100%, etc). The default is for LED #4 to sync to whatever is set in Parameter 98 (Default of All LED Strip Intensity - When Off).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-100

    • 0 = LED Bar (#1-7) Off

    • 10 = 10% (Low Intensity)

    • 50 = 50% (Medium Intensity)

    • 100 = 100% (High Intensity)

  • Default: 1

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+


Other Parameters

Internal Temperature Monitoring is a feature that monitors the internal temperature of your switch and will work in conjunction with the Overheat Protection parameter to shut off your switch if it becomes too hot.

Overheat Protection shuts off your switch once the threshold of 90°C (194°F) is met and will return to normal once the switch reaches 70°C (158°F).

Switch Delay refers to the delay between when you press the switch and the light turns on. By default, there is a 500ms delay to account for multi-taps (scene control). In other words, the switch does not turn on right away because it's waiting for a potential multi-tap. You can turn this delay off, but you will lose multi-tap control on the paddle (you will still have it on the config/favorites button).

Local Protection refers to whether or not the load of the switch can be controlled via paddle presses (locally). You can set it so the switch is locked from turning on and off from the paddle.

Remote Protection refers to whether or not the load of the switch can be controlled remotely. You can set it so the switch is locked from turning on and off from your hub's app.

One LED Mode will set your switch to mimic our Gen 2 On/Off switch where only the bottom LED (#1) will operate.

Firmware Progress LED refers to the animation that runs during a firmware update. You can choose to keep this animation on or turn it off.

Disable Relay, "Click" Sound refers to disabling the clicking sound of the internal relay.

Double-Tap Up to Max refers to enabling double-tapping up on the paddle and having the switch turn on to 100% instantly.

Double-Tap Down to Min refers to enabling double-tapping down on the paddle and having the switch turn down to 1% instantly.

Double-Tap Up to Level allows you to set the specific dim level for when you double-tap on the up paddle.

Double-Tap Down to Level allows you to set the specific dim level for when you double-tap on the down paddle.

Non-Neutral Output allows you to increase the power output in non-neutral mode. By default the switch throttles the power output in non-neutral to prevent flickering. If you experience flickering when turning this feature on, adjust Parameter 10 (Max Dim Level).

LED Bar Scaling allows you to match the scaling of any Gen 2 switches you have.

Aux Switch Unique Scenes allows you to have different scenes at the aux switch then you do at the smart switch. In other words, you can create a double-tap scene on the aux switch that is different than the double-tap scene on the smart switch.

Binding Default Level allows you to match the default level parameter (Parameter 13 & 14) when using Zigbee Bindings.

Clear Notifications by Double-Tapping the Config/Favorites Button allows you to turn on or off the ability to double-tap the config/favorites button to clear active notifications.

Parameter 25 - Non-Neutral Output

To adjust the voltage output in non-neutral mode for your Blue Series 2-1 Switch, you'll want to adjust Parameter 25. By default, the switch throttles the output of the load in non-neutral mode so that it can effectively communicate with the aux switch (if needed) and/or minimize flickering. When the output is at its maximum, all the power to the switch is taken away by the bulb, which leads to signal instability, bulb flickering and can cause the switch to continuously reboot. You can remove this throttle and test the instability if you want your bulbs to be brighter by setting the value to 1. The default is 0, which puts the throttle on the switch.

NOTE: If you remove the throttle and experience flickering, you can change Parameter 10 (Max Dim Level) until the flickering stops.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Throttled Output

    • 1 = Non-throttled Output

  • Default: 1

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.14+

Parameter 32 - Internal Temperature Monitoring (READ ONLY)

Your switch has a built in temperature sensor on its Zigbee chipset that will monitor the internal temperature of the Blue Series 2-1 switch. This will work in conjunction with Parameter 33 (Overheat Protection) in that it will shut off the switch if the internal temperature reaches 90°C (194°F) and will return to normal once the switch reaches 70°C (158°F). This is a read only parameter so there is no default.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-127

  • Default: N/A

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.15+

Parameter 33 - Overheat Protection (READ ONLY)

Your Blue Series 2-1 switch has built a in overheating protection feature that will shut off the switch if it becomes too hot. When Parameter 32 (Internal Temperature Monitoring) exceeds 90°C (194°F), the Blue Series 2-1 switch will shut the load off, change to On/Off + Full Sine Mode, disable all functionality (you will not be able to control the switch as all buttons will be disabled) and the LED Bar will slow blink red. This notification cannot be cleared until the switch cools down to 70°C (158°F) at which point the notification can be cleared. Please note, when returning to normal state, the switch will not automatically turn on the load, so if you are utilizing Smart Bulb Mode, you will have to set it up again. This is a read only parameter so there is no default.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Not Overheated

    • 1 = Overheated

  • Default: N/A

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.15+

Parameter 50 - Switch Delay

To adjust the time between when you press the paddle and the light turns on/off, find Parameter 50 and adjust accordingly. A 0 value allows for, "instant on/off" and will turn the light on/off as soon as you let go of the paddle. Please note that if you set the switch to, "instant on/off" it will disable multi-tap scene control from the paddle (you will still have multi-tap scene control from the config/favorites button). The default is a 500 millisecond delay.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-9*

    • 0 = No Button Delay (0ms)

    • 3 = 300 milliseconds

    • 9 = 900 milliseconds

    • *Values 1 & 2 are not available and will default to 3

  • Default: 5

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 53 - Enable 2x Up to P55

If you'd like your Blue Series 2-1 switch to easily turn onto 100% via a double-tap on the up (top) paddle, turn on Parameter 53 (if you'd like to set a specific value other than 100%, then also turn on Parameter 55 and set the level). The default is 0, which has this feature turned off.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Disabled

    • 1 = Enabled

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.10+

Parameter 54 - Enable 2x Down to P56

If you'd like your Blue Series 2-1 switch to easily turn down to 1% via a double-tap on the down (bottom) paddle, turn on Parameter 54 (if you'd like to set a specific value other than 1%, then also turn on Parameter 56 and set the level). The default is 0, which has this feature turned off.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Disabled

    • 1 = Enabled

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.10+

Parameter 55 - 2x Tap Up Level

If you'd like your Blue Series 2-1 switch to easily turn onto a certain dim percentage via a double-tap on the up (top) paddle, turn on Parameter 55 (also remember to turn on Parameter 53 - 2x Up to P55). The lower the numeric value equals a lower dim level (1 = ~1%) and the higher the numeric value equals a higher dim level (254 = ~100%) with the default being 254 (100%).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 2-254

    • 2 = ~1%

    • 254 = ~100%

  • Default: 254

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.12+

Parameter 56 - 2x Tap Down Level

If you'd like your Blue Series 2-1 switch to easily turn down to a certain dim percentage via a double-tap on the down (bottom) paddle, turn on Parameter 56 (also remember to turn on Parameter 54 - 2x Down to P56). The lower the numeric value equals a lower dim level (1 = ~1%) and the higher the numeric value equals a higher dim level (254 = ~100%) with the default being 2 (~1%).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-254

    • 0 = Turn off Switch

    • 2 = ~1%

    • 254 = ~100%

  • Default: 2

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.12+

Parameter 100 - LED Bar Scaling

If you'd like your Blue Series 2-1 switches LED Bar scaling to match your Gen 2 (LZWxx) switches LED Bar scaling, set Parameter 100 to 1. The default is 0, which keeps the Blue Series 2-1 switches default scaling.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Gen 3 (VZM31-SN Scaling)

    • 1 = Match Gen 2 (LZWxx Scaling)

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.14+

Parameter 123 - Aux Switch Unique Scenes

If you have your Blue Series 2-1 switch setup in a multi-way setting with an Auxiliary Switch, you can choose to have your Aux switch have different scenes than your Blue Series 2-1. In other words, if you have a scene where you double-tap your Blue Series 2-1 switch to activate a bedtime scene, you can double-tap your Aux switch with a different scene (ie: Movie Scene). The default is 0, which disables this feature and has the Aux switch mimic the Blue Series 2-1 switch (ie: double tap scene on the aux = double tap scene on the Blue 2-1).

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Disabled (ie: Blue Series Switch Multi-Tap Scenes = Aux Switch Multi-Tap Scenes)

    • 1 = Enabled (ie: Blue Series Switch Multi-Tap Scenes ≠ Aux Switch Multi-Tap Scenes)

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.14+

Parameter 125 - Binding Default Level

If your Blue Series 2-1 Switch is bound to a Zigbee smart bulb and you'd like to set a default level when turned on, change Parameter 125 to 1 (and also set the default level parameters - 13 & 14). By default this parameter is set to 0, which disables this feature.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Disabled

    • 1 = Enabled

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.14+

Parameter 256 - Local Protection

To disable button presses at the Blue Series 2-1 switch (ie: local at the switch), turn Parameter 256 to 1. By default this parameter is set to 0, which disables this feature. Please note that this is different than Smart Bulb Mode (Parameter 52), which still allows commands to be sent when the switch is pressed locally.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Disabled

    • 1 = Enabled

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 257 - Remote Protection

To disable button presses of the Blue Series 2-1 switch remotely (ie: via an app/web UX), turn Parameter 257 to 1. By default this parameter is set to 0, which disables this feature. Please note that this is different than Smart Bulb Mode (Parameter 52), which still allows commands to be sent when the switch is pressed locally.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Disabled

    • 1 = Enabled

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 259 - One LED Mode

To mimic your Gen 2 On/Off switch that only had one LED on your Blue Series 2-1 switch, turn Parameter 259 to 1. By default this parameter is set to 0, has the switch mimic the Gen 2 Dimmer switch which had seven (7) led's.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Disabled

    • 1 = Enabled

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 260 - Firmware Progress LED

During each firmware update, the Blue Series 2-1 Switch has an animation where the LED Bar will light up to the level the firmware update is at (ie: if the LED Bar is halfway up the switch, the firmware update is 50% completed). If you'd like to disable the Firmware Update LED Animation, please change Parameter 260 to 0. By default this feature is set to 1, which enables the animation.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Disabled

    • 1 = Enabled

  • Default: 1

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 261 - Relay Click Sound (On/Off Mode)

If you'd like to turn off the audible, "clicking" sound when your Blue 2-1 Switch turns off, change Parameter 261 to 1. By default this feature is set to 0, which enables the has the sound on.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Audible Click is On

    • 1 = Audible Click is Off

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.00+

Parameter 262 - Clear Notification via 2x Tap of Config/Favorites Button

If you'd like to turn off the feature to double-tap the config/favorites button to clear active notifications on your Blue Series 2-1 Switch, change Parameter 262 to 1. By default this feature is set to 0, which enables this feature.

Range, Default, Size & Firmware Version Implemented

  • Range: 0-1

    • 0 = Enabled (2x Tap of the Config/Favorites Button Clears Notifications)

    • 1 = Disabled (2x Tap of the Config/Favorites Button Does Not Clear Notifications)

  • Default: 0

  • Size (Bytes): 1

  • Firmware Version Implemented: 2.05+

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