Sunday, 9 October 2016

Z-Wave on Raspberry PI

Installing a Z-Wave controller on Raspberry Pi is much easier than You think.

The only add on You need is the Razberry Daughter Card and free software from the same site

I started up with a clean SD card with the latest version of Rasbian Jessie Lite and the  Razberry card mounted

From my Mac and the app Terminal I logged on to the RPi with ssh and then installed the application

$ wget -q -O - http://razberry.z-wave.me/install | sudo bash

(Please note that You use the same command when upgrading to e newer release !)

After the installation is finished look some rows up in the log and find the text

Your user id: 12345
Your password: secret

write this down, because if You want remote access it's necessary, and reboot the RPi

$ sudo reboot

The WEB user interface is located on port 8083 so in my case I used the URL

http://192.168.1.81:8083

Then You will see the logon screen with the user "admin" prompted.
Just chose a password and then Your ready to set up the system

The best instructions are available at the Razberry site

The expert interface is located at

http://192.168.1.81:8083/expert/

If You want use Remote access and/or Remote support got to


and use the user id and password from the installation log.

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