Open-Zwave on Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi & Aeon Labs Z-Stick

Thanks to the tutorials found below I have managed to get the system up and running:


Now it’s time to improve the software. ┬áKeep tuned for more updates.

6 thoughts on “Open-Zwave on Raspberry Pi”

  1. Hi,

    I send this email because I would like so ask if you see a possibility to give an end on translate to Portuguese.
    I’m interested on push open-Zwave in Portugal and on portugues countries.

    I take also the opportunity to ask if thee is a stable version for Raspberry PI?

    Kind regards

  2. Hi,

    I’m from denmark, and am currently investigating the potential, for a cheap zwave controller.

    The rasbarry + openzwave would deffently fit that profile.

    Any information or demo/media available?

    Also, i would be glad to help with danish translation for UI, or even help programming, just not too much sparetime, but the potentiale in this might be worth it.

    Kind Regards

    1. Hi Lasse,

      Keep in touch since a new version will be out soon. I am planning an image for the Raspberry Pi to avoid installation hassle.


  3. Hi Conrad I’m also working on a zwave project using Thomas rpi zwave module, I control php and ssh with iPad, I’m trying to get a dimmer zwave switch working on off light command just makes it go dimm for a sec … I think it’s works on a percent or something have any ideas to get it working?

    1. Hi Eric,

      Sorry but never used Thomas zwave module. My solution accepts a value from 0 to 99 to set the dimmer value.


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