|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.1 x 0.4 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||ZW090|
|Power Source||Battery powered|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number Of Holes||1|
|Special Features||Easy to Install|
|Usage||Indoor use only|
|Included Components||Z Stick Gen5|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty against manufacturer defects|
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Aeotec Z-Stick Gen5, Z-Wave Plus USB to create gateway
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- Works with Windows / Mac / Linux (including Raspberry Pi) to create a Z-Wave gateway for control of Z-Wave and Z-Wave Plus devices.
- Tiny but powerful; 1.1 x 0.4 x 3.5 inches in size and capable of controlling up to 232 different Z-Wave devices.
- Can be used to upgrade the firmware of compatible Z-Wave Plus devices that can accept OTA / wirelss firmware upgrades.
- Compatible with Z-Wave enabled, home automation software including Home Assistant, Home Seer, Indigo 7, OpenHab, and OpenHab2. No software included.
- Z-Wave Plus certified. Certification number: ZC10-15060006.
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Create your own Z-Wave gateway. With Z-Stick Gen5 you’ll be able to create your own Z-Wave hub using readily available, and sometimes free, home automation software. You’ll benefit from a system that is locally hosted and cloud free, whose features, security and privacy you can personally control, and you’ll be able to create your Z-Wave network at your own pace and within your own budget. Capable of controlling up to 232 different Z-Wave devices, including those that use the more advanced Z-Wave Plus, and able to run on both full powered PCs and low powered PCs such as Raspberry Pi, Z-Stick Gen5 works with with open source software such as Domoticz , Home Assistant, OpenHab, and OpenHab2 and also works with commercially available software such as Axial Control, Homeseer, Indigo for MacOS. For enhanced network performance and reduced downtime, Z-Stick Gen5 contains an inbuilt, rechargeable info-lithium battery.
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Step 1: Get a Windows machine
- Note: if you only have a Raspberry Pi / Linux, please read Fred's comment below. He explains how to send the command on Raspberry Pi.
Step 2: Download Drivers for the USB stick from the official website and follow their instructions
Step 3: Download CoolTerm (it is free)
Step 4: Plug-in the USB stick. CoolTerm should immediately recognize it as a COM-port. Mine is COM3
Step 5: In CoolTerm, click "Connect". Now you are connected to your USB Z-stick via Serial interface
Step 6: In CoolTerm menu: Go to "Connection" -> "Send String..."
Step 7: Pick "Hex" radio button and copy/paste the following command
01 08 00 F2 51 01 00 05 01 51
Step 8: Click "Send"
Step 9: Disco is over!
If you want to re-enable the Disco send the following command on Step 7:
01 08 00 F2 51 01 01 05 01 50
This solution is taken from Domoticz forum [...]
Below is my review of the stick itself:
Works great with Home Assistant + Raspberry Pi 3 (with Raspbian) + Minimote and SmartSwitches
A few notes for Raspberry Pi hackers:
* follow the installation instructions on the home assistant website carefully. You should be comfortable with command-line at the very least. There are a few places where they recommend setting up `hass` inside python `virtualenv` instead of root. I would recommend doing that. Worked well for me
* it is trivial to add SmartSwitches and almost any device you can think but there is one device that will be more tricky:
* minimote: both the Z-stick and minimote are controllers. The stick would need to become the primary controller and minimote must become a secondary controller. Please google for it: there are instructions in the internet (see homeassistant.io) that work with Home Assistant. It worked for me.
In terms of how this device does its job? Fantastic. I prefer to leave it plugged into the PC when I include devices but I really like that if I wanted I can take it around to the devices and include/exclude them remotely. The latency from the node (motion sensor, door switch, siren) to the USB stick is very minimal. Any perceived lag may be introduced by the software you're using to control the device.
Physically the device is built well and feels solid. It does protrude from the port quite a bit but it's located in a rear USB port so it presents no issues.
This has no bearing in my score for the device but I want to say I'm using Domocitz (free/open source) to manage my Z-Wave network. Please look into how you're going to manage your network and try multiple software before coming to the conclusion this device is to blame.
The Aeotec Z-Wave Z-Stick, Gen5 seemed to fit the bill from my research so I placed the order and have not been disappointed. This device is perfect for my needs and has been a ton of fun to play with.
+ Plug and play compatibility in any current Linux distribution
+ Decent range as far as Z-Wave goes (easily 100ft through walls and floors)
+ Works with all Z-wave devices I've tried so far - Switches, dimmers, wall plugs, thermostats
+ Perfectly supported by the automation platform I'm using (Home Assistant)
+ Blinking disco style light can be disabled with a simple command to the controller
+ Inexpensive way to jump into the Z-wave world
- None so far!
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1. Small, portable, standalone. Makes it easy to include devices into your network.Read more