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    The new Razzberry 700 series by Z-wave.me is finally available in the US.

    After a very long delay I received my Razzberry 700 Pro today.


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    Roger D


    #2
    Nice!

    Is there a ‘’native’’ way to be seen by hs zwave plugin?

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      #3
      Great! I also have my Z-Net with Z-Wave 700 tested. Click image for larger version

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        #4
        Z-Wave 800 is coming.

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          #5
          PFL
          Does the z-wave plugin automatically recognise the device ? is it treated as a Z-net interface ?
          thanks

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            #6
            Originally posted by goldriver View Post
            PFL
            Does the z-wave plugin automatically recognise the device ? is it treated as a Z-net interface ?
            thanks
            It is automatically recognized by the Z-Net. Because this little board includes RTC and Cooling fan, you will need to configure RTC and cooling fan, but if you don't care RTC and Cooling fan, you don't need to do anything, just replace this board, it will work automatically, the RGB LED is working as original Z-NET as well.

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              #7
              Originally posted by PFL View Post
              Z-Wave 800 is coming.
              So in about 5 years we might see a product based on the 800 series chip.

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                  The Z-Uno 2 is available now also

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by drhtmal View Post

                    So in about 5 years we might see a product based on the 800 series chip.
                    Maybe next year. 800 chips includes PSA level 3 encryption.

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                      #11
                      Just remember there is some kind of fundamental flaw in all 700-series Z-wave controllers since they all use the same Silicon Labs reference design. That flaw has been reported by HST and other platform forums have users posting similar complaints with various controllers based on the 700 series chip.

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                        #12
                        pistacheL0,

                        Yes, It is fully recognized by HomeSeer.

                        Available from Amazon

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                          #13
                          TC1,

                          ​​​​What flaw are you referring to?

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                            #14
                            If my PSA level was 3 My Doctor would be concerned.🤣

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Roger D View Post
                              pistacheL0,

                              Yes, It is fully recognized by HomeSeer.

                              Available from Amazon
                              The RaZberry 7 and RaZberry 7 Pro do not isolate DC on RF. So the RF part has some design flaws. I have a Z-Pi 7 has the same issue. That's why I don't recommend their stuff.

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