Z-Wave.Me RaZberry Z-Wave Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi

Z-Wave.Me RaZberry Z-Wave Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi

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The Internet of Things is extremely popular, and some electronic component manufacturers have come up with many (beneficial) innovations. Among them, the Z-Wave.Me RaZberry Z-Wave Expansion Board, which quite simply offers you the possibility to transform your good old Raspberry Pi into a real connected-object creation laboratory. DISCONTINUED ARTICLE.
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RaZberry Z-Wave Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi: Z-Wave.Me!

It’s extremely simple, all you have to do is connect the RaZberry Z-Wave Expansion Board to your Raspberry Pi’s GPIO interface (A, B or Raspberry Pi B+).

 RaZberry Z-Wave connected to a Raspberry Pi

The Z-Wave Expansion Board has an embedded Z-Wave Sigma Designs 3102 transceiver module and a PCBA antenna (almost the same as the one found in the Aeon Z-Stick).

Once you’ve done this, your daughter card will be powered by the Raspberry IP with 3.3 V and you’ll be the proud new owner of a RaZberry!

RaZberry Z-Wave Expansion Board: for a connected home

Z-Wave is the universal standard in smart home wireless communication: with the connected RaZberry Z-Wave Expansion Board, you have a genuine home automation controller capable of transforming just about any electrical object into a connected object.

 RaZberry Z-Wave und Software Z-Way schematics

Thanks to the Z-Wave programming environment, turning your home into a smart home is truly child’s play since the software layer downloaded to your Raspberry (sorry, your RaZberry!) gives you access to a Web application to which you can send your JavaScript/JSON calls. This software layer lets Z-Wave manage a major part of its devices’ wireless network.

Mithilfe dieser Softwareebene kann Z-Wave einen Großteil des drahtlosen Netzwerks seiner Peripheriegeräte verwalten.

It’s then up to you to develop your own smart or connected home applications with the Z-Wave API!

Technical specifications of the Z-Wave.Me RaZberry Z-Wave Expansion Board for Raspberry Pi

  • Type of module: Z-Wave controller
  • Z-Wave chipset: Sigma Designs ZM3102
  • Supply: via the Raspberry Pi GPIO
  • Frequency: 868.42 MHz
  • Range: up to 100 m outdoors, up to 20 m in buildings
  • LED light:
    • red LED display: inclusion and exclusion mode
    • green LED display: data transmission
  • Host interface: TTL UART compatible with the Raspberry Pi GPIO interface
  • Dimensions: 20 mm x 40 mm
  • Weight: 16 g
  • RoHS, CE, FCC compliant


Resources for the RaZberry Pi Expansion Board

Want to familiarise yourself with the Z-Wave system, which now equips many of the boxes found in our home? Here are a few guides, so you can familiarise yourself with your new RaZberry:

Quick start guide

RaZberry documentation

Z-Way user guide

Z-Way developers’ guide

License agreement

And here, finally, is some sample code

You’ll also find lots of information on their website

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