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Offline mnaz

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Arduino based zwave project board
« on: February 28, 2017, 09:56:06 pm »
Just received an update about a company that has created a zwave board that looks rather interesting. Sadly I do not see any US vendors but I am interested if anyone has ever played with one of these.

https://z-uno.z-wave.me/news/


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Re: Arduino based zwave project board
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2017, 06:04:57 pm »
Per their forums, they will have a US ordering location by the end of March!

Offline mvader

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Re: Arduino based zwave project board
« Reply #2 on: March 03, 2017, 03:08:33 pm »
looks very interesting.. but at ~ $60 I think it's too pricey for most applications

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Re: Arduino based zwave project board
« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2017, 04:07:37 am »
Just received an update about a company that has created a zwave board that looks rather interesting. Sadly I do not see any US vendors but I am interested if anyone has ever played with one of these.

https://z-uno.z-wave.me/news/

This looks great. Thanks! I know it is a bit pricey, but for an application where you need to connect multiple sensors/actuators it is the easiest way. For example I want to measure temperature of my floor heating system (water based). I want to know the inlet, outlet and room temperature. Plus optionally control the water pump. I could not find z-wave device where you could measure more than 1 temperature at the time. Hence this is a better choice, especially since I don't mind doing a bit of DIY stuff :-)

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Re: Arduino based zwave project board
« Reply #4 on: September 24, 2017, 02:45:44 pm »
If you want a DIY job for measuring IN/OUT-Let waterbased floorheating, the following may serve as an example. I have just done the same using a NodeMCU ESP8266 board with one wire DS18B20 temp. devices. Create a virtual device in Vera and upload using the arduine sketch, temperature measurements to VERA using, e.g.:

client.print("GET /data_request?id=variableset&DeviceNum=");
    client.print(DeviceNr);
    client.print("&serviceId=urn:upnp-org:serviceId:TemperatureSensor1&&Variable=CurrentTemperature&Value=");
    client.print(temperature,1);
    client.println(" HTTP/1.0");
    client.println();

The circuitboard can be found:
http://forum.fritzing.org/t/nodemcu-v3-parts-library/3422/22

I'm using the following temperature probes:
https://store.brewpi.com/temperature-control/temperature-sensors/threaded-onewire-temperature-sensor

For pump switching, I'm just using a FIBARO wall plug.
Hope this is of help to you.