The Z-Wave.me Z-Wave RaZberry Card 2 is a tiny daughter card designed for the Raspberry PI which allows it to function as a Z-Wave gateway.
Plugs into the Raspberry PI GPIO interface
Z-Wave Plus certified
Includes Z-Way AJAX-based demo user interface for easy access to Z-Wave functions
Includes all firmware drivers and Z-Wave stack
Optimized antenna provides greater range than earlier model
The Z-Wave.me Z-Wave RaZberry Card 2 adds all the components needed to turn a Raspberry PI board into a fully operational and inexpensive Z-Wave gateway. Designed to sit on top of the GPIO connector (not blocking the USB boards), it is powered by the Raspberry PI board with 3.3V and communicates using TTL signals (RX/TX).
Ithosts a Sigma Designs ZM5202 Z-Wave transceiver module, an external 32 K SPI flash for network data and a PCBA antenna. (Beside the PCBA antenna there is also an option to solder a whip antenna and a IPEX connector.)
Additionally two LEDs are used to indicate the status of the Z-Wave controller chip.
The Z-Wave.me Z-Wave RaZberry Card 2 also contains Z-Wave low level firmware that runs on the tranceiver and Z-Way – the first certified Z-Wave communication stack which handles all Z-Wave network communication, a Java script automation engine and a built in web server. You can read more about the Z-Wave.me Z-Wave RaZberry Card 2‘s firmware on the z-wave.me website.
This device is intended for programmers who want to write their own user interface and applications however an Installer UI and Ajax web demo are available for download to get you started. You can find them on the z-wave.me website. A basic but functional mobile app is also available for Android and Apple devices.
This product is compatible with the following devices:
Raspberry PI 1 B
Raspberry PI 1 B+
Raspberry PI 2
Raspberry PI 3
The Raspberry PI is not included with this device.
Note: On the Raspberry Pi 3 you cannot use Bluetooth together with the Razberry Z-Wave module since both require a real hardware UART, but the Raspberry Pi 3 only has one UART.
Note: If you can see in expert menu different Z-Wave frequency (not AU) the solution is to update the firmware first and then go to https://RASIP/JS/Run/zway.ZMEFreqChange(n)
where n=4 for AU. This will throw a null response but then back to expert mode will show AU frequency that you can select.
If the above command want change the RF to ANZ please try the following: https://<YOUR_RAZBERRY_IP>:8083/JS/Run/ZMEFreqChange(4)