What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

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A.Harrenberg
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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by A.Harrenberg » 02 Oct 2016 15:14

Hi,
lilfire wrote:Does DHT22 work with 2.0.6? i cant manage to get it working
I don't know about the DHT22, but a DHT11 is working fine with the 2.0.6. Took the example and just changed the type of the sensor to DHT11...

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Andreas.
fhem.de - ZWave development support

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PoltoS
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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by PoltoS » 02 Oct 2016 15:19

BH1750: http://z-uno.z-wave.me/examples/bh1750/

Flow meter looks like reed switch. You can use normal button polling to poll it. Once we do Interrupts in next releases, you will be able to use it.

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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by t000ny » 26 Oct 2016 20:38

Personally I would love to see the RFID reader library (AddicoreRFID.h) here being ported:
http://www.addicore.com/RFID-AddiKit-p/126.htm

Have had a quick look, there are issues with the SPI functionality it seems...

Would be nice to have the RFID card reader speaking directly to my Z-wave server. Just as a binary sensor. So I can unlock the front door (using the Z-Uno with the RFID card reader to read the RFID key fob and trigger an event to unlock the Danalock Z-Wave door lock), turn off the alarm and if need be; turn on some lights etc.

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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by PoltoS » 30 Oct 2016 00:44

We are about to post an example with RFID soon. May be not same as yours, but at least we will provide some example.

Note that Z-Uno can now directly control your Door Lock using appropriate Association Control group

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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by t000ny » 31 Oct 2016 15:32

Oh, exciting times! Really looking forward to that example. Thanks!

So I think I have to do some reading up on how to configure a association control group on the Z-Uno then. That would be great to cut out the sometimes (relatively) slow Fibaro Home Center from the loop of opening the door. If I have a scene there that needs triggering it is only checked once per minute, I think. Which is a bit of an annoyance if you are standing outside waiting for the door to unlock. :-)

Any suggestions where to start reading about this?

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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by totoff974 » 20 Nov 2016 12:18

Hello,
I love your Z-uno card. I would like to know when do you think the timers and micro() function will be integrated? In fact, I want to use the z-uno to drive infrared and nothing exists on this subject. With either the timers or the micro() function I will be able to reproduce infrared codes.
Thank you for your reply and good luck.

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PoltoS
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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by PoltoS » 26 Nov 2016 12:30

timers should come in late December or mid January. We are moving toward them ;)

For IR codes we will have a special IR controller. This one will be released next week (if well tested). It supports both Learn and TX features. So you will love it ;)

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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by schmidmi » 01 Dec 2016 16:48

IR would be very nice :)

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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by uwerner » 25 Dec 2016 16:39

Hi,
I would like to see the TFT.h lib implemented. The OLED display is too tiny. As a work around I have to use a 2nd Arduino Nano just to drive a bigger TFT display

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Re: What libraries would you want to use with Z-Uno?

Post by PoltoS » 25 Dec 2016 19:16

This lib uses SPI, it should not be hard to adopt it to use Z-Uno SPI functions.

Unfortunatelly we don't have h/w to test with.

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