Third Party Projects based on RaZberry

Here we want to introduce some third party projects that are based on RaZberry or we work together with.

Open Remote - create your own customized UI with a designer

The stylish Open Source user interface project Open Remote can now be used as front end  for RaZberry. The HowTo http://www.openremote.org/display/docs/OpenRemote+2.0+How+To+-+Z-Wave+with+Razberry explains step by step what to do. 


Poor Mans Sunshade Control

A number of shades and window opener suppliers do use the Somfy RF protocol for control. This is a closed safe protocol, and hence impossible (or hard) to interface with home automation software. Somfy offers two solutions, a) Z-Wave bridge, and b) the Somfy 1810493 Dry Contact Interface , which essentially is a boxed version of their Telis remote control where the buttons are replaced by four control wires, that can be connected to relays. This project describes how to use the GPIOs of the Raspberry PI together with RaZberry.


Freedomotic - Open Source Multi Protocol UI with RaZberry Plugin

The open source project freedomotic supports Z-Way and RaZberry with a plugin. Here is the link: http://www.freedomotic.com/content/plugins/zway


dEOmotics

dEOmotics works with any Z-Way gateway, like Razberry. Check out the Android App at the Google App store


NexaHome

Requires the NexaHome server software and Telldus Tellstick and/or RaZberry hardware. TellStick is a USB-stick radio frequency transmitter (433.92 MHz). RaZberry connects to the Z-Wave World. More information on nexahome.se. Download the Android App from the Google App Store 




Compatible with new Model B+ and Raspi 2

RaZberry is compatible with old Raspberry Pi Model B as well as with new Model B+! We have not tested against the new Raspberry 2 but we don't expect problems.


Users Voice

Yesterday I received my Razberry, plugged it on my baseboard and was up and running. Great Work Guys! Saves me month of effort dealing with the low-level Z-Wave stuff.

Wayne Hunt, Moonlight Software


Z-Wave Book

The new Book about Z-Wave (264 pages) written by Dr. Christian Paetz, is now available at amazon.com or amazon.co.uk It mentions a lot of the UI elements of the current RaZberry demo UI and is a great documentation about Z-Wave in general. 

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