This calibration subsystem will work with the Z-Wave.Me Programmer or the Sigma Programmer provided as part of the System Development Kit. It allows recalibrating Z-Wave modules or initially calibrating designs based on the SD350x. The device has a built in power supply and a 4-signal connector to connect to the Programmer.
During Development and Production Z-Wave ICs need to be programmed by an application specific firmware. The Sigma Designs SDK provides a programmer PCB that can be used for test and prototype production. However this programmer is not well suited for production programming. The Z-Wave.Me Programmer is a professional industry-ready tool for programming Z-Wave firmware files while maintaining compatibility to the standard Sigma Designs Programmer software and the standard 2x5 pin programming connector. The Programmer supports series 300, 400 and 500.
The RaZberry turns every Raspberry PI into a Z-Wave Plus Home Automation Gateway. The bundle of hardware and precompiled Z-Wave wireless network management software waits to be completed by your own user interface running in a web browser or a mobile phone. The Z-Wave software offers an easy to understand and easy to use interface applying the well-known Java Script interface technology JSON on a built in web server. Writing your own home automation app was never easier and never more affordable. The RaZberry consists of four parts:
Z-Wave transceiver pluggable to the GPIO interface of the Raspberry PI;
Optimized transceiver firmware running on the Z-Wave transceiver chip;
Certified Z-Wave communication stack Z-Way - running on the Raspberry PI and offering a web based interface;
Z-Way AJAX based demo User Interface for easy access to all Z-Wave functions of Z-Way and as a reference for own User Interface enhancements;
Suitable for wireless controls Z-Wave actuators such as dimmers, switches, thermostats or motor controls for blinds or jalousies.
Devices can be turned on and off but dimmers and motor controls can also be turned into a desired dimming level to motor position by keeping a button pushed and releasing it.
Additionally the device can act as a primary controller of a Z-Wave network using three dedicated network control buttons located behind a sliding cover.
The remote control can operate as a secondary control beside an IP-Gateway however it is not possible from this device to activate scenes defined in the IP-Gateway. All scenes and control groups are stored within the remote control and they are also conveniently programmed using the buttons of the remote rather than using wireless commands from an IP-Gateway.
Z-Uno is the first and only easy to use developer board that allows you to create your own Z-Wave device without deep knowledge of Z-Wave protocol or programming. Z-Uno is a mix of Z-Wave home automation radio protocol power and Arduino simplicity. Being inspired by Arduino project Z-Uno inherits all concepts of easy-to-use hardware and software solutions, keeping maximum flexibility. Z-Uno is a fully DIY product. It is made for those who are limited by existing choice of Z-Wave products and wants to extend their smart homes with more sensors and actuators: connect LEDs, buttons, switches, motors or any low voltage sensor including most of Arduino compatible sensors. Z-Uno programming is done by writing sketch in simplified C language and loaded into Z-Uno using Arduino IDE. Many examples and comprehensive tutorials will help you to make your own project. Being Z-Wave Plus certified device, Z-Uno is the perfect companion for you RaZberry gateway. Z-Uno is compatible with other controllers too: among them Fibaro Home Center 2/Lite, Vera Edge and Zipato Zipabox.
This USB Stick connects a PC or any other computing platform with USB interface to a wireless Z-Wave network.
A third party controller software compatible to the Sigma Designs Serial API is required to use the functions of the device. The third party software plus this UZB realize a static controller to manage and use Z-Wave devices of various vendors.
This stick works with all certified Z-Wave devices regardless of its vendor or date of origin. The Sigma Designs Serial API specification is available to all owners of a Sigma Designs Z-Wave SDK.
Please note that this product does not contain a license to run Z-Wave.Me’s controller software Z-Way. You can however upgrade the stick to accommodate this function using a licensing key ZWzme_ZWAYLIC.
The Z-Wave.Me Wall Controller is a Z-Wave device that can both control other Z-Wave devices and activate predefined scenes in an IP gateway. Although it is controlling other devices, it cannot act as Z-Wave network controller (primary or secondary) and will always need a Z-Wave network controller to be included into a Z-Wave network.
This Z-Wave.Me Wall Controller is a single paddle controller to control other Z-Wave devices such as dimmers, switches or window blinds. The unit has dedicated buttons for inclusion, exclusion and association and is able to work as a primary controller. It is delivered completely with single frame and switching paddle for Busch-Jäger DURO 2000. The unit is battery powered and therefore can be mounted on every plain and clean place.