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|Version||Status||Date Updated||Updated By|
|710||Compatible||1st May 2010||totallymaxed|
|810||Compatible||1st May 2010||totallymaxed|
April 2010 - This dongle seems to work well in our experience - --Totallymaxed 09:13, 8 April 2010 (CEST)
Received sample from manufacturer. Will be full Plug and play with the next release (0810). Works on 0710 with some easy tweaks (either manually create the device or add the usb id's (067b2303) to the #1754 device template: ZWave_DeviceTemplate_PlugAndPlay).
This dongle is available in US and EU frequencies and has the latest Zensys library version
To get your zwave devices included into the 300ZW-EU-W or 300ZW-US-W for Linuxmce 710 to control, you will also need a remote like TrickleStar 200ZW-US-W - 2-Button Z-Wave Remote/Inclusion Controller. The alternative and free way would be to download the MAC Widget for a MAC, this has the abiltiy to include your divices into the 300ZW and then the wizard in Linuxmce 710 will see them and auto configure them for you.
The Tricklestar 300ZW-EU-W is a USB Z-Wave Controller based on a Zensys chip. It uses a frequency of 868MHz. There is also a US version. It uses the latest Z-Wave software, 4.27 from October 2008, with support for all the new command classes, and supports both high speed (4x 40kbps) and standard speed Z-Wave devices.
uses the pl2303 chipset and the same manuf./prod. ids.