OpenELEC (Raspberry Pi 3) and Z-wave stick

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LA
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OpenELEC (Raspberry Pi 3) and Z-wave stick

Post by LA » 22 May 2016 22:46

I used latest version of OpenELEC (Kodi) installed on my Raspberry Pi 3. The Kodi is controlled with my TV remote.
I also own Aeon Labs USB Stick S2.
Is there any way to switch on/off the light with my TV remote?

Looks like RaZberry could be installed on my Pi in addition to OpenELEC, but I can not find a manual.

pz1
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Re: OpenELEC (Raspberry Pi 3) and Z-wave stick

Post by pz1 » 23 May 2016 10:08

ZWay (RaZberry software) does not run on your AEON stick. It is designed for the RaZberry and UZB1 from Zwave.Me

LA
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Re: OpenELEC (Raspberry Pi 3) and Z-wave stick

Post by LA » 23 May 2016 10:10

If I buy UZB1, will I be able to implement what I want?

pz1
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Re: OpenELEC (Raspberry Pi 3) and Z-wave stick

Post by pz1 » 23 May 2016 10:23

LA wrote:If I buy UZB1, will I be able to implement what I want?
It seems to be rather cumbersome according to this thread, which deals with a much older version of ZWay. It is very much at your own risk I am afraid.
PS: Next to UZB1 you will need a ZWay license. The RaZberry device is cheaper because it does include the license,
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