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ZME Z-Wave Z-Uno Arduino Board

  • $12100

Unavailable - ETA Q4 2021


The Z-WAVE.ME Z-Uno  is the first (and only) easy to use developer board that allows you to create your own Z-Wave device!

  • Compatible with many Arduino peripherals
  • Z-Wave Plus certified
  • Programmable with simplified C language
  • Supports 1-Wire and I2C (software)

Product Details

The Z-WAVE.ME Z-Uno is the perfect solution for DIY home automation systems. It is made for those who are limited by the existing choice of Z-Wave products and want to extend their smart homes with more sensors and actuators; connect LEDs, buttons, switches, motors or any low voltage sensor (including most compatible Arduino sensors) and write your own code in simplified C language to create your personalized Z-Wave device.

You can find many example projects and comprehensive tutorials on the Z-WAVE.ME Z-Uno website.

This product integrates with all Australian certified (921.42MHz) Z-Wave controllers including:

  • Vera Edge
  • Fibaro Home Center 2/Lite
  • RaZberry Card
Technical Specifications
RF Protocol
Z‐Wave Plus (500 series chip)
RF Frequency
921.42Mhz ‐ AU/NZ  approved RF for Z‐wave
Z-Wave Device Type
Binary/Multilevel switch,
Binary/Multilevel sensor, meter
 USB 5V, external 3V, external 7-18V or battery
28kB Flash memory for sketches
2 kB RAM
1 USB (serial port)
Operation Range
Up to 30m indoors (with no obstacles)
Z-Wave Channel Types
Binary/Multilevel switch,
Binary/Multilevel sensor, meter
Operation temperature
10 ~ 40 °C
Storage temperature
‐10 ~ 60 °C
Board Dimensions
39mm x 20mm x 16mm 
Antenna Length



Z-WAVE.ME Z-Uno Technical Specifications

Z-WAVE.ME Z-Uno Power Supply Schematic



Ask a Question
  • Hi there, I'm new to the whole Arduino thing, but just wondering whether this device could make a water level indicator like the one in the link below work with my home automation setup? Kind regards, Isaac

    The answer depends on your programming and electronic skills, but yes you could.

    I'd suggest the 0-5V version of the sensor as the best choice for woking with Arduino.

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