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    Z-Wave 700 Pi HAT

    I got a Z-Wave 700 HAT and installed on the Pi 4B. It worked pretty good with HS4. Even the RGB LED is the same as Zee S2. It includes RTC and CPU cooling fan, the fan can be controlled by CPU core temperature. the most important is that it is the world frequency. the region can be set by user, you can set the region: USA, Europe, Australian, Japan etc. I really like it.

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    #2
    Very nice! Where did you get it? I'd like to try it on a Z-Net...
    HS4Pro Running on a Raspberry Pi4
    67 Z-Wave Nodes, 111 Events, 422 Devices
    Z-Wave, UPB, WiFi
    Plugins: EasyTrigger, weatherXML, OMNI, Z-Wave, Tuya, Device History
    HSTouch Clients: 3 Android, 1 Joggler

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      #3
      Originally posted by rmasonjr View Post
      Very nice! Where did you get it? I'd like to try it on a Z-Net...
      I got from my friend. He is developing the Smart Home product. Send one to me for testing. Maybe I can ask him if you really like this. I test it for one week. It supports Z-Wave LR. I really like his idea, you don't need any heat sink for Pi 4B or Pi 3.

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        #4
        I would be interested in know if there are any functional limitations of having the Z-Wave antenna so close to the processor.
        As the PI's are so small and the processor so close to the USB ports, I prefer to have my Z-Wave antennas on a USB extension cable so I can move it around and give it different angles without having to move the PI.
        Please let us know if you notice any limitations using this antenna.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Jamr View Post
          I would be interested in know if there are any functional limitations of having the Z-Wave antenna so close to the processor.
          As the PI's are so small and the processor so close to the USB ports, I prefer to have my Z-Wave antennas on a USB extension cable so I can move it around and give it different angles without having to move the PI.
          Please let us know if you notice any limitations using this antenna.
          I tested with spectrum analyzer, the Pi CPU wouldn't interference Z-Wave. There is no any limitation. The chip is ZGM130S, the maximum RF power is 14dBm. I also tried external antenna, the communication distance can be doubled as the PCB antenna.

          The short one is Z-Wave, long one is Wi-Fi

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            #6
            Hubitat C-7 uses ZGM130S.

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              #7
              RTC is running... Click image for larger version

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                #8
                The Z-Wave 700 HAT interface with HS4-Pi


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                  #9
                  The RaZberry 7 Pro from Z-Wave.me is available now https://z-wave.me/products/razberry/#slide-1

                  It's available for purchase from Amazon


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