Sigma ZM4102 / ZM5202

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SpamNeinDanke
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Sigma ZM4102 / ZM5202

Post by SpamNeinDanke » 27 Mar 2013 11:59

Hi everyone,

I am new to the RaZberry and just started to toy around with the tool and implement a small Z-Wave network at home. During my internet research, I came to the Sigma Design web site and saw that there is a newer version of the Z-Wave controller chip out there with the following added features:


ZM3102 pin compatible
More internal memory
AES 128 security engine
Increased data rates to 100 kbps
Uses frequency bands 779...956 MHz for complete global coverage
Concurrent multi-channel support reduces external interference
Superior blocking performance

Is this chip required for fully utilising security related products like door locks or is it just an upgraded version of the RaZberry built in ZM3102 with better performance, memory, etc...

Will there be an update to the razberry product containing this chip (if that makes sense)?

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PoltoS
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These chips will become

Post by PoltoS » 27 Mar 2013 11:59

These chips will become available only after June. And the SDK for them will not be stable for quite some time. So, we will update RaZberry only by the end of the year.

SpamNeinDanke
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Thank you

Post by SpamNeinDanke » 27 Mar 2013 11:59

Thank you for your quick reply.

I am eager to see the new functionality of Zwave Device to IP translation (Z/IP).


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