DCH-112 Door/ Window Sensor
The DCH-112 has door/window sensor function in one, based on Z-
It is the Z-Wave
plus product, it support the security, OTA... Those
newest features of the Z-Wave
communication protocol designed for home automation, specifically to
remotely control applications in residential and light commercial
environments. The technology uses a low-power RF radio embedded or
retrofitted into home electronics devices and systems, such as lighting,
home access control, entertainment systems and household appliances.
This product can be included and operated in any Z-Wave
with other Z-Wave
certified devices from other manufacturers and/or
other applications. All non-battery operated nodes within the network
will act as repeaters regardless of vendor to increase reliability of the
The device adopt the Z-Wave
500 series chip, when your Z-Wave
network system is all made by Z-Wave
network system will have the advantages as below.
Concurrent multi-channel support reduces external interference.
Better RF range, improve about 10 meters in indoor.
Support 100 Kbps transmit speed, speed up communication.
Add to/Remove from Z-Wave
There are two tamper keys in the device, one is in the back side,
another is in the front side. Both of them can add, remove, reset or
association from Z-Wave
In the first time, add the device into the Z-Wave
make sure the primary controller is in the add mode. And then power
on the device, just take out the insulation Mylar in the back side of the
device. The device will auto start the NWI (Network Wide Inclusion)
mode. And it should be included in 5 seconds. You will see the LED
light ON one second.
Notice: Including a node ID allocated by Z-Wave
is a wireless
"Add" or "Inclusion". Excluding a node ID allocated by Z-Wave
Controller means "Remove" or "Exclusion".
1. Have Z-Wave
Controller entered inclusion mode.
2. Pressing tamper key three times within 1.5 seconds
to enter the inclusion mode.
3. After add successful, the device will wake to
receive the setting command from Z-Wave
500 series devices. The