zigbee or z-wave ?

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niknak

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hi,

another possible - based on the diminutive scale of tinyduino, and the low power requirements of many projects.

Using Zigbee communications should require less power than wifi, and provide an interesting mesh network platform for sensors & actuators.

Z-wave is more of a punt, but it could make a networked thermostatic sensor grid feasible.

Nick


tomcUT

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It would be great to have Xbee series 2 shields available!


Tokent

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Or is it possible to connect zigbee e.g. from Sparkfun with one of these proto-boards?
Are they compatible?


bugrenok

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I would like to have TinyDuino board with z-wave chip.

http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/ZM3102AU-CME1/703-1023-ND/1632504?cur=USD

There are relatively few z-wave low-cost device.

Would it be possible TinyDuino board with a z-wave controller desing



 

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