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Using the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 with VERA

This guide shows how to add the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 into a Z-Wave home automation network using a VERA central controller and how it can be used to control devices and scenes.

We are using a VERA with firmware version 1.5.622 and a Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 with firmware version 1.3 for this guide, other firmware versions may have different commands or functionality.

The Z-Wave.me Wall Controller Single BJ 2000 and Z-Wave.me Wall Controller Double BJ 2000 are 4 button Wall Controllers - the single version has a wide paddle / rocker switch and the double version has 2 half-width paddle / rocker switches. Although the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 can be used to control other devices, it can't be used as either a Primary or Secondary Controller, so it will always need a Primary Controller to include it and any devices you wish it to control into the Z-Wave network.

The process to include the device into a VERA network and control scenes is relatively straightforward, however, there are a few things you need to do carefully to ensure it all goes smoothly.

When included into a VERA Z-Wave network, the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 can operate in several different modes:

  • Direct control of Associated devices with On / Off / Dim commands
  • Direct control of Associated devices with On / Off commands
  • Direct control of any devices that support All On / All Off
  • Scene Activation in Z-Wave Controller
  • Direct Activation of pre-configured Scenes

This guide will be focusing on using the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 to directly control other Z-Wave devices via Association and activating Scenes in the VERA controller. For other usage scenarios, please refer to the device manual.


Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 ButtonsZ-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 Buttons

Add the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 to VERA


To make including devices to VERA easier, it is often best to exclude the device first, which will reset it.

  • Go to DEVICES > Add Devices.
  • Choose the last option "Advanced Z-Wave devices" and click the blue "Add" button.
  • In the lower "Z-Wave" section of the next page select "Exclude" from the drop down menu.
  • Click the blue "GO" button.
  • Put the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 into Inclusion / Exclusion mode - to do this push all 4 buttons for 5 seconds. A blinking LED indicates that the device is then in management mode - now press button 3.
  • Wait while VERA finds the device and excludes it (you should see messages to this effect on the VERA UI).
  • Note: It might take several attemps for the exclusion to succeed.

Excluding devices in VERAExcluding / Resetting devices in VERA


Once the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 has been reset it can then be included in the Z-Wave network.

  • Go to DEVICES > Add Devices
  • Choose the last option "Advanced Z-Wave devices" and click the blue "Add" button
  • In the lower "Z-Wave" section of the next page select "full power" from the drop down menu
  • Click the blue "GO" button
  • Put the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 into Inclusion / Exclusion mode - to do this push all 4 buttons for 5 seconds. A blinking LED indicates that the device is then in management mode - now press button 3.
  • Wait while VERA finds the device and includes it (you should see messages to this effect on the VERA UI).
  • Note: It might take several attemps for the inclusion to succeed.

Adding devices using VERA's Full-Power modeAdding devices using VERA's Full-Power mode


Once the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 has been added to VERA, it will show up in the VERA UI:

Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 Icon in VERAZ-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 Icon in VERA


Remember: The Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is a battery operated device which spends most of the time sleeping. It must be awake to accept any changes to configuration settings. If there is a message under the Icon showing "Waiting to configure" or similar, you need to wake-up the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000.

To do this push all 4 buttons on it for 5 seconds. A blinking LED indicates that the device is then in management mode - now press button 2 which sends a "Wake-up" or "Node Information Frame (NIF)" to VERA to indicate that it is ready to be configured. VERA should then send any pending configuration to the device.


When VERA has finished configuring the device, click on the "wrench" icon to open it's configuration window. The Settings tab should look similar to this:

Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 Settings in VERAZ-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 Settings in VERA

Decide what you want the buttons to do


The Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is an incredibly flexible device - you can configure the buttons to operate independently in multiple combinations!

Unfortunately, this does mean that it can be quite tricky to configure correctly, so it's best to decide beforehand how you wish each button to function:

Button Modes

  • 0 - Control uses single buttons and implements "single click", "double click", "hold" and "click hold" - in this mode, each button is assigned to a different group. Button 1 - 4 controls groups 1 - 4 respectively. Clicking a button turns the device on and double clicking a button turns the device off. If the devices being controlled are capable of being "dimmed" then holding down the button will dim the device up and clicking then holding will dim the device down.
  • 1 - Control uses two buttons and implements "single click" and "hold" presses (default) - in this mode, one group (1) of devices are controlled by buttons 1 and 3. Another group (2) of devices are controlled by buttons 2 and 4. Clicking the larger button turns on the devices, clicking the smaller button turns off the devices. If the devices being controlled are capable of being "dimmed" then holding down the smaller button will dim the device down and holding down the larger button will dim the device up.
  • 2 - Control uses two buttons and implements "double clicks" and "click and hold" presses - this mode is exactly the same as the previous mode but two more groups (3 and 4) are added. "Double clicks" and "Click and hold" commands are sent to these two groups.

Operating Modes

  • 0 - Disabled - in this mode the button will not have any function.
  • 1 - Direct control of Associated devices with On / Off / Dim commands (default) - in this mode devices are controlled using "Basic Set" and "SwitchMultiLevel" commands which allows Associated devices to be controlled on / off / dim.
  • 2 - Direct control of Associated devices with On / Off commands - in this mode devices are controlled using "Basic Set" commands which allows Associated devices to be controlled on / off.
  • 3 - Direct control of any devices that support All On / All Off (not covered in this guide) - in this mode all neighbouring devices can be sent an "All On" or "All Off" command.
  • 4 - Scene Activation in Z-Wave Controller - in this mode, "Advanced" Scene control is possible. Different Scene numbers to VERA based on combinations of clicking, double clicking, clicking and holding, etc.
  • 5 - Direct Activation of pre-configured Scenes - in this mode. "Simple" Scene control is possible. Each button will send a single Scene number to VERA.

Note: After extensive testing at Vesternet, we recommend that you set Parameters 1 and 2 to "0" as this separates out the buttons giving you more options for configuration in the 3 operating modes that this guide covers.

Configure the buttons


Having decided on the functionality that you wish each button on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 to have, you now need to configure the buttons using VERA:

  • In VERA, click the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000's "wrench" icon to open it's configuration window.
  • Go to the Device Options tab.
  • Scroll down to "Configuration settings".
  • Click "Add configuration settings" and add parameters "1" and "2":
    • Parameter 1 - this configures the "Button Mode" of buttons 1 and 3. Choose an option from the "Button Modes" discussed above.
    • Parameter 2 - this configures the "Button Mode" of buttons 2 and 4. Choose an option from the "Button Modes" discussed above.
  • Click "Add configuration settings" and add parameters "11", "12", "13" and "14":
    • Parameter 11 - this configures the "Operating Mode" of button 1. Choose an option from the "Operating Modes" discussed above.
    • Parameter 12 - this configures the "Operating Mode" of button 2. Choose an option from the "Operating Modes" discussed above.
    • Parameter 13 - this configures the "Operating Mode" of button 3. Choose an option from the "Operating Modes" discussed above.
    • Parameter 14 - this configures the "Operating Mode" of button 4. Choose an option from the "Operating Modes" discussed above.
  • Close the Device Options tab and click "SAVE" in the main VERA Window.
  • Wait for VERA to complete this save.

Remember: The Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is a battery operated device which spends most of the time sleeping. It must be awake to accept any changes to configuration settings. If there is a message under the Icon showing "Waiting to configure" or similar, you need to wake-up the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000.

To do this push all 4 buttons on it for 5 seconds. A blinking LED indicates that the device is then in management mode - now press button 2 which sends a "Wake-up" or "Node Information Frame (NIF)" to VERA to indicate that it is ready to be configured. VERA should then send any pending configuration to the device.


  • Returning to the Device Options tab, the "Configuration settings" section should look similar to the below:

Setting Configuration Parameters in VERASetting the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000's Configuration Parameters in VERA

Using the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for Direct Control of Associated devices


If you've configured one of the buttons on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for direct control of Associated devices, you'll now need to carry out the "Association" of your target device(s).

There are four possible Association "Groups" as described in the "Button Modes" section above. The Groups will correspond to the buttons depending on how you've configured the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000:

  • Group 1 - controlled by all button press combinations of button 1 or by single click and hold button press combinations of buttons 1 and 3.
  • Group 2 - controlled by all button press combinations of button 2 or by single click and hold button press combinations of buttons 2 and 4.
  • Group 3 - controlled by all button press combinations of button 3 or by double click and click hold button press combinations of buttons 1 and 3.
  • Group 4 - controlled by all button press combinations of button 4 or by double click and click hold button press combinations of buttons 2 and 4.

Each Group is capable of controlling up to 8 devices!

There are two ways to set the Assocation, from the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 itself or using VERA:


Associating using the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000

  • Push all 4 buttons on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for 5 seconds. A blinking LED indicates that the device is then in management mode - now press button 4 within 10 seconds.
  • Within 10 seconds push the button that you would like your target device to be associated with - a single click on the button means you want to add a device (Associate), a double click on the button means you want to remove a device (Un-associate).
  • From the device that you wish to control, initiate a "Node Information Frame (NIF)" within 20 seconds - check the manual for your device for details on how to do this. Typically it will involve a button press combination on the device - an example would be a triple-click on one of the device control buttons.
  • The button on your Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 should now be Associated with your target device and should be able to control it successfully!

Associating using VERA

  • In VERA, click the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000's "wrench" icon to open it's configuration window.
  • Go to the Device Options tab.
  • In "Associations" enter the Group to be used in "Group ID", referring to the information above.
  • Click "Add Group".
  • Click "Set".
  • Choose the device or devices you wish to be Associated with this Group from the options shown.

Setting Association in VERASetting the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000's Associations in VERA

  • Click "Back to ZWave options" (you may need to scroll down).
  • Close the Device Options tab and click "SAVE" in the main VERA Window.
  • Wait for VERA to complete this save.

Remember: The Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is a battery operated device which spends most of the time sleeping. It must be awake to accept any changes to configuration settings. If there is a message under the Icon showing "Waiting to configure" or similar, you need to wake-up the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000.

To do this push all 4 buttons on it for 5 seconds. A blinking LED indicates that the device is then in management mode - now press button 2 which sends a "Wake-up" or "Node Information Frame (NIF)" to VERA to indicate that it is ready to be configured. VERA should then send any pending configuration to the device.


  • Returning to the Device Options tab, the "Associations" section should look similar to the below:

Setting Association in VERASetting the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000's Associations in VERA

  • The button on your Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 should now be Associated with your target device and should be able to control it successfully!

Controlling basic Scenes in VERA


If you've configured one of the buttons on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for basic Scene control, you now need to set up the Scene "Triggers" for the Scenes in VERA that you wish it to operate.

In this mode, there are 4 possible Scene numbers that are sent and they correspond to the button on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 that is pressed:

  • Button 1 - Scene number 1.
  • Button 2 - Scene number 2.
  • Button 3 - Scene number 3.
  • Button 4 - Scene number 4.

Note: The Scene numbers above are sent for all types of button press, no matter if that be single click, hold, double click, etc. If you wish to have a larger number of Scene numbers based on different combinations of button press, see the "Controlling advanced Scenes in VERA" section of this guide below.

Fortunately, once the configuration of the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is completed from the earlier parts of this guide, setting up the basic Scene control is fairly simple!

  • In VERA, click the "wrench" icon on the Scene you wish to add the Trigger to.
  • Go to the "TRIGGERS" tab.
  • Click "Add Trigger".
  • Select the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 from the list of devices.
  • Select "A Scene is activated" from the list of triggers.
  • Give the Trigger a name (this should be unique as it is used in any notifications, if you have any configured).
  • Enter the Scene number (1-4) that you wish to use.
  • Your Trigger should now look something like:

Triggering a basic Scene in VERAAdding a Trigger to a Scene in VERA

  • Click "Back to triggers"
  • Make sure the Trigger looks similar to the below and that "Enabled" is ticked.

Triggering a basic Scene in VERAAdding a Trigger to a Scene in VERA

  • Now click "Confirm changes" and "SAVE" in the main VERA Window.
  • Wait for VERA to complete this save.

Remember: The Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is a battery operated device which spends most of the time sleeping. It must be awake to accept any changes to configuration settings. If there is a message under the Icon showing "Waiting to configure" or similar, you need to wake-up the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000.

To do this push all 4 buttons on it for 5 seconds. A blinking LED indicates that the device is then in management mode - now press button 2 which sends a "Wake-up" or "Node Information Frame (NIF)" to VERA to indicate that it is ready to be configured. VERA should then send any pending configuration to the device.


  • VERA should now run the Scene when the appropriate button is pressed on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000!

Controlling advanced Scenes in VERA


If you've configured one of the buttons on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for advanced Scene control, you now need to carry out some additional steps in VERA to enable this to work correctly.

In this mode, there are 6 possible Scene numbers that are sent for each button on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 - this makes a combination of up to 24 Scene numbers in total if all 4 buttons are used in this mode.

Each Scene number is made up of the first digit (shown as "X" below) to indicate the button (1-4) and the second digit to indicate the button press combination:

  • Scene X1 - click (press down then release).
  • Scene X2 - double click (press down then release twice).
  • Scene X3 - hold (press down and hold).
  • Scene X4 - click then hold (press down then release then press down and hold).
  • Scene X5 - long hold (press down and hold long time).
  • Scene X6 - click long hold (press down then release then press down and hold long time).

Unfortunately, there is a known issue in VERA where it doesn't correctly identify the Scene numbers that are sent through when the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is configured in this mode.

We therefore have to use some LUA scripting in order to have VERA perform actions according to the Scene number it receives.

Technical Note: For those interested, the issue arises as the variable "sl_SceneActivated" doesn't contain the correct Scene number to match the above table and the Scene numbers that it does contain are often duplicated across the different button press combinations.

The workaround that we will implement involves reading the "LastSceneID" variable instead, which does contain the correct Scene numbers. However, the "LastSceneID" can't be used to Trigger a Scene in VERA, so we have to use some trickery to achieve our end result!


Additional Configuration

The first thing we need to do is carry out some additional configuration on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 in order to "Associate" the buttons to VERA (when used in the basic Scene control mode, VERA automatically carries out this Association in the background).

Do this 4 times, creating an Association for each of the buttons, Groups 1-4:

  • In VERA, click the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000's "wrench" icon to open it's configuration window.
  • Go to the Device Options tab.
  • In "Associations" enter the Group number.
  • Click "Add Group".
  • Click "Set".
  • Choose the main "ZWave" device that corresponds to VERA itself.

Configuring Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for Advanced Scene control in VERAConfiguring Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for Advanced Scene control in VERA

  • Click "Back to ZWave options" (you may need to scroll down).
  • Close the Device Options tab and click "SAVE" in the main VERA Window.
  • Wait for VERA to complete this save.

Remember: The Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is a battery operated device which spends most of the time sleeping. It must be awake to accept any changes to configuration settings. If there is a message under the Icon showing "Waiting to configure" or similar, you need to wake-up the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000.

To do this push all 4 buttons on it for 5 seconds. A blinking LED indicates that the device is then in management mode - now press button 2 which sends a "Wake-up" or "Node Information Frame (NIF)" to VERA to indicate that it is ready to be configured. VERA should then send any pending configuration to the device.


  • Returning to the Device Options tab, the "Associations" section should look similar to the below:

Configuring Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for Advanced Scene control in VERAConfiguring Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for Advanced Scene control in VERA

  • The Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 will now send all the Scene numbers to VERA.

Find your Device ID and Scene ID(s)

Next we need to make a note of the device ID of the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 and the Scene ID(s) that correspond to the Scene(s) that we wish to run. This is simple:

  • In VERA, click the "wrench" icon on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 device.
  • On the "Settings" tab make a note of the ID next to "Device #" :

Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 Device ID in VERAMake a note of the device ID of the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000

  • In VERA, click the "wrench" icon on the Scene you wish to run and make a note of the number in top line:

Configuring Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 for Advanced Scene control in VERAMake a note of the Scene ID of each Scene you wish to run

  • Do this for all the Scenes that you need - remember, with all the button press combinations available on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000, you can control up to 24 Scenes!

VERA Trickery

Now we need to add a Scene that uses LUA scripting to process the Scene numbers that the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 sends to VERA and run the Scenes we want to run:

  • In VERA, click the "AUTOMATION" tab, followed by "New scene".
  • Give the Scene a descriptive name such as "Z-Wave.me Wall Controller".
  • Go to the "TRIGGERS" tab.
  • Click "Add Trigger".
  • Select the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 from the list of devices.
  • Select "A Scene is activated" from the list of triggers.
  • Give the Trigger a name (this should be unique as it is used in any notifications, if you have any configured).
  • For the Scene number, enter an "*" (asterisk) - this will make the Scene react to any Scene number that VERA receives from the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000.
  • Your Trigger should now look something like:

Triggering an advanced Scene in VERAAdding a Trigger to a Scene in VERA

  • Click "Back to triggers"
  • Make sure the Trigger looks similar to the below and that "Enabled" is ticked.

Triggering an advanced Scene in VERAAdding a Trigger to a Scene in VERA

  • Go to the "LUUP" tab. Here is where we will enter our LUA script that will actually process the Scene numbers and run the Scenes that we want to run.
luup.call_delay('scene_controller', 1)

function scene_controller()
    local lastSceneID= luup.variable_get("urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:SceneController1", "LastSceneID",
    YOUR_DEVICE)

    if (lastSceneID== "WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER") then
        luup.call_action("urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:HomeAutomationGateway1","RunScene",
        { SceneNum="WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER" },0)
      elseif (lastSceneID== "WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER") then
        luup.call_action("urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:HomeAutomationGateway1","RunScene",
        { SceneNum="WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER" },0)
      elseif (lastSceneID== "WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER") then
        luup.call_action("urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:HomeAutomationGateway1","RunScene",
        { SceneNum="WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER" },0)
      elseif (lastSceneID== "WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER")  then
        luup.call_action("urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:HomeAutomationGateway1","RunScene",
        { SceneNum="WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER" },0)
      elseif (lastSceneID== "WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER")  then
        luup.call_action("urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:HomeAutomationGateway1","RunScene",
        { SceneNum="WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER" },0)
      elseif (lastSceneID== "WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER")  then
        luup.call_action("urn:micasaverde-com:serviceId:HomeAutomationGateway1","RunScene",
        { SceneNum="WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER" },0)
    end
end

  • Update the "YOUR_DEVICE" with the device ID of your Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 that you noted down previously.
  • Change "WALL_CONTROLLER_SCENE_NUMBER" to react to the specific Scene number from the table mentioned above. For example when wanting to react to button 4 you would use "41", "42", etc.
  • Adjust the "YOUR_SCENE_NUMBER" in each "Action" to the appropriate Scene ID that you noted down previously.
  • Note: The LUA editor in VERA is very picky when it comes to syntax - if you copy and paste the above code, it may give errors in VERA after it is saved. We therefore recommend that you type the code in manually and format it to suit.
  • The LUA box should now look similar to the below:

Triggering an advanced Scene in VERAAdding the LUA script

  • Click "Save LUA" and acknowledge any confirmation pop-up.
  • Now click "Confirm changes" and "SAVE" in the main VERA Window.
  • Wait for VERA to complete this save.

Remember: The Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is a battery operated device which spends most of the time sleeping. It must be awake to accept any changes to configuration settings. If there is a message under the Icon showing "Waiting to configure" or similar, you need to wake-up the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000.

To do this push all 4 buttons on it for 5 seconds. A blinking LED indicates that the device is then in management mode - now press button 2 which sends a "Wake-up" or "Node Information Frame (NIF)" to VERA to indicate that it is ready to be configured. VERA should then send any pending configuration to the device.


  • VERA should now run your Scene(s) when the appropriate button press combination(s) are made on the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000!

Conclusion


As can be seen, the Z-Wave.me Wall Controller BJ 2000 is an incredibly flexible device and can be configured in a number of different ways.

By following this guide carefully you should have no trouble in setting it up to perfection.

We hope that you've found this application note useful!

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Updated: 14/04/14

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