ZME Z-UNO

Z-Uno is the first and only easy to use developer board that allows you to create your own Z-Wave device without deep knowledge of Z-Wave protocol or programming. Z-Uno is a mix of Z-Wave home automation radio protocol power and Arduino simplicity. Being inspired by Arduino project Z-Uno inherits all concepts of easy-to-use hardware and software solutions, keeping maximum flexibility.
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Z-Uno is the first and only easy to use developer board that allows you to create your own Z-Wave device without deep knowledge of Z-Wave protocol or programming. Z-Uno is a mix of Z-Wave home automation radio protocol power and Arduino simplicity. Being inspired by Arduino project Z-Uno inherits all concepts of easy-to-use hardware and software solutions, keeping maximum flexibility.

Z-Uno is a fully DIY product. It is made for those who are limited by existing choice of Z-Wave products and wants to extend their smart homes with more sensors and actuators: connect LEDs, buttons, switches, motors or any low voltage sensor including most of Arduino compatible sensors.

Z-Uno programming is done by writing sketch in simplified C language and loaded into Z-Uno using Arduino IDE. Many examples and comprehensive tutorials will help you to make your own project.

More info on: https://z-uno.z-wave.me/

Gettiing started: how to get started!

Get more technical details

Pin outs details: Z-Uno pinout.

Examples of use: https://z-uno.z-wave.me/examples/

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Unveil your imagination to create:

  • battery powered in-wall remote switch
  • rotary dimmer control
  • temperature/soil humidity/luminosity/voltage/distance or any other sensors as well as dry contact sensor or tick counter
  • low voltage switch
  • IR blaster
  • LED driver
  • motor driver
  • battery powered keypad
  • converter from any protocol to Z-Wave (using SPI/UART/I2C/1-wire bus)
  • ... or any other device you dreamed about

Make your own Z-Wave device:

  • control any Arduino compatible peripherals
  • define your own logic by modifying your sketch
  • use Arduino IDE and language to write and upload sketches
  • easy to use
  • requires no knowledge of Z-Wave protocol
  • complete DIY solution

Hardware specification: 

  • 28 kB Flash memory for your sketches
  • 2 kB RAM available
  • Z-Wave RF transmitter at 9.6/40/100 kbps
  • 26 GPIO (overlaps with special hardware controllers)
  • ADC
  • PWM
  • UART
  • USB (serial port)
  • 16 kB EEPROM
  • SPI (master or slave)
  • 4 IR controllers, 1 IR learn capability
  • 1 TRIAC/ZEROX to control dimmer
  • 3 Interrupts
  • 1 Timer 4 MHz
  • I2C (software)
  • 1-Wire (software)
  • 8x6 Keypad Scanner (software)
  • 2 service LED, 1 service button
  • 1 user test LED

Power modes: 

  • USB 5 V, external 5 or 3 V, external 7-18 V or battery (via MU-2F connector, included)
  • always on, sleeping or FLiRS (Frequently Listening)

Z-Wave supported features: 

  • Z-Wave Plus compliant
  • all Z-Wave frequencies (check availability)
  • out of the box support of AES 128 bit Security
  • upgrade via USB or radio (Z-Wave OTA)
  • Multichannel (10 channels)
  • 5 Association groups
  • controls switches, dimmers, door locks and scenes
  • works with gateways and/or directly with other Z-Wave devices

Channel types:

  • Binary Switch
  • Multilevel Switch
  • Color Switch
  • Binary Sensor
  • Multilevel Sensor
  • Meter

Dimensions: 

  • L×W×H: 39×20×16 mm (PCB dimentions with all compinents)
  • L×W×H: 39×20×7 mm (PCB dimentions with PLS and battery connectors removed)
  • Antenna lenght: 86 mm (89 mm with isolation), can be bent to better fit your dimensions
  • Wigth: 7 g

Antenna: 

  • Antenna type: wire antenna 86 mm for 865-870 MhZ
  • Alternative antenna: optional u.fl connector can be soldered (to RF2 pads)

Electrical characteristics: 

  • Digital pin in logical 1: > 2.1 V, leakage current 10 μA
  • Digital pin in logical 0: < 0.9 V, leakage current 10 μA or 40–120 μA (with internal pull-up enabled)
  • Internal pullup resistor: 15–20 kΩ (at +25°C)
  • Digital pin out logical 1: > 2.4 V, max current sourcing 8 mA (16 mA for digital pins 3-6)
  • Digital pin out logical 0: < 0.4 V, max current sinking 8 mA (16 mA for digital pins 3-6)
  • Total max current sourcing from GPIO pins: 120 mA
  • Power consumption on 3.3 V:
    • in always listening mode 50 mA
    • in sleep mode 1 mA (about 7 μA if DC-DC is turned off by unsoldering R12)
    • in FLiRS mode 1 mA (about 70 μA if DC-DC is turned off by unsoldering R12)
  • Power consumption on 5 V: in always listening mode ∼ 30 mA (can be lowered by using external switching DC-DC)
  • Power consumption on 7–18 V: in always listening mode ∼ 35 mA (can be lowered by using external switching DC-DC)
  • DC-DC installed:
    • 7–18 V → 5 V: NCP1117ST50T3G, max current sourcing from 5V pin 900 mA
    • 5 V → 3 V: MCP1700, max current sourcing from 3V pin 200 mA

See Z-Uno power supply schematics for more info.

 — these features will be implemented in near future

Deeper insight

Know more about Z-Uno internals.

Pinout 

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