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by rowan.bradley
28 May 2018 19:08
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Z-Uno Mini
Replies: 1
Views: 276

Z-Uno Mini

Is the Z-Uno Mini available yet? Last time I asked it was said that it was expected to sample in April. Did it? When is availability now expected (in one off quantities for prototyping)? Can I pre-order one now? Is there pricing available? Is there a data sheet or specification? Is there a PCB footp...
by rowan.bradley
01 Apr 2018 17:27
Forum: Z-Uno
Topic: Getting Domoticz to recognise my Z-Uno
Replies: 2
Views: 537

Getting Domoticz to recognise my Z-Uno

I just recently received my Z-Uno. Now I am trying to get it to talk to Domoticz (running on Windows PC). I have done the following: 1. Connected the Z-Uno (I have not changed the default sketch) to my PC with a micro-USB cable. The green and white LEDs on the Z-Uno flash continually, which I think ...
by rowan.bradley
14 Mar 2018 20:18
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: Cheapest way to get started with Z-Wave development
Replies: 5
Views: 1028

Re: Cheapest way to get started with Z-Wave development

Thanks. How do I get one or two of these on order so I get them as soon as they are available?

Is there a spec sheet somewhere?

Thanks - Rowan
by rowan.bradley
06 Mar 2018 19:22
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: Where to get Windows Driver software for SA413-1
Replies: 1
Views: 523

Where to get Windows Driver software for SA413-1

Hi,

I just bought an SA413-1 Z-Wave-plus USB dongle. It says it needs Sigma "ZW050x_USB_VCP_PC_Driver" and "ZWavePCController" software to work on my Windows computer. Where and how do I get these software elements?

Thanks - Rowan
by rowan.bradley
06 Mar 2018 02:21
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: Cheapest way to get started with Z-Wave development
Replies: 5
Views: 1028

Re: Cheapest way to get started with Z-Wave development

PoltoS wrote:
02 Mar 2018 00:38
We are working on mini Z-Uno. Do you need a lot?
When will mini-z-uno be available?
Will it be 100% compatible with z-uno? I.e. can I develop a device using z-uno and later convert it to mini with no redevelopment needed?

Thanks - Rowan
by rowan.bradley
04 Mar 2018 22:46
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: Cheapest way to get started with Z-Wave development
Replies: 5
Views: 1028

Re: Cheapest way to get started with Z-Wave development

Hi, Who is "we"? What is, or what will be, Mini-Z-Uno? I currently have in mind to develop a minimum cost and minimum size z-wave temperature sensor, a minimum cost z-wave radiator valve, and maybe later a few other sensors and actuators mainly for energy control, and principally for installation in...
by rowan.bradley
27 Feb 2018 22:26
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: Z-Wave Software
Replies: 1
Views: 603

Z-Wave Software

Can I get the source code for the Z-Wave software without spending a lot of money with Sigma for a development kit? Is there some open source software anywhere that implements the Z-Wave protocols with the Sigma chips (e.g. a ZM5101), that would allow me to get started with Z-Wave development withou...
by rowan.bradley
27 Feb 2018 22:25
Forum: Discussions in English
Topic: Cheapest way to get started with Z-Wave development
Replies: 5
Views: 1028

Cheapest way to get started with Z-Wave development

What is the cheapest way of developing a Z-wave sensor, hopefully that doesn't require me to buy the Sigma development kit nor the expensive API licence, nor the expensive Keil compiler. Ideally I would like to base it on the Sigma ZM5101 chip rather than a board like the Z-Uno. It seems to me that ...