In this category, you will find intelligent modules of executive devices that operate based on the Z-Wave communication protocol. We offer, among other USB modules, connecting adapters for Raspberry Pi, thermostatic heads, door opening sensors, as well as intelligent LED bulbs. Using the modules offered in this category, you can build an advanced automation system that allows complete control of your home. In Botland store, we also sell other devices that are compatible with the Z-Wave communication protocol. Thanks to the high degree of hardware compatibility, the Z-Wave protocol enables the cooperation of many devices from different manufacturers. Thanks to this, you can create a thoroughly developed network of automation devices and control many processes in parallel in an autonomous manner while maintaining very good wireless network conditions. Combing all of those advantages, You can turn your home into a versatile smart building. Please check out the details of our wide offer of Z-Wave modules!
Module changing Raspberry Pi into a gateway for the Z-Wave home automation Z-Wave. Allows to control the devices via smartphone or web browser. The interface uses Java Script - JSON - on the embedded web server. The module is connected to the GPIO pins of the Raspberry Pi.
The Z-Wave module with a USB connector that can be connected to any computer with USB connector. Works with all certified Z-Wave devices regardless of manufacturer. It has a built-in battery, allowing you to work without external power.
Electronic thermostatic head designed to control the radiators with RAV, RA, RAVL and M30 x 1.5 adapters. Controlled via three built-in button or remotely via a Z-Wave controller. The device has a legible display with backlight. Powered by two AA batteries.
Wireless sensor for opening doors and windows communicating via Z-Wave Gen5. Closed in a triangular body imitating a window or door corner. It operates using rechargeable lithium-ion battery 500 mAh that can withstand 10 to 12 months without recharging.
Thermostatic head electronic system which controls the temperature of radiators. Installs using the supplied adapters RA-N and M30 x 1.5. The temperature value is displayed on the front of the head display. The device is controlled by Z-Wave controller or via 3 buttons located on the front of the device.
The sensor opening doors and Windows for wireless check whether doors or Windows are open, closed, or canceled. The module communicates over the network Z-Wave Plus. The small size of the sensor makes it virtually invisible on the sash window / door. A small magnet is mounted on a strap of a window or door. Sensor power battery 1/2 AA.
Electronic thermostatic head designed to control heaters with adapters RA-N and M30 x 1.5. Controlled via a built-in three-buttons or remotely via the Z-Wave controller. The device has easy to read display with backlight. Power is provided by two AA batteries.
Module connecting the capabilities of the Protocol Z-Wave and Arduino board. It allows you to control home automation devices using the Arduino microcontroller. It has 26 digital inputs/outputs, 5 PWM channels, 4 analog inputs, popular communication interfaces and 2 timers. Operating outputs voltage is 5 V.
Multisensor has six different sensors: motion (PIR), light, vibrations, temperature, humidity and UV, all enclosed in a compact case 46 x 46 x 40 mm. The Ssnsor operates using 2 CR123A batteries or microUSB cable 5V/0,5A. The sensor works with all popular systems, such as Z-Wave Domoticz, and so on.
LED light bulb powered by 220-240V with E27 screw. Consumes only 9 watts. It has a built-in Z-Wave Protocol receiver, so it can be controlled remotely and wirelessly. The lamp can shine in: any color from the RGB palette, warm white, or cold white.
Actuator modules that supporting the Z-Wave communication protocol enable a thorough expansion of building automation systems, as well as cooperation with other devices for creating advanced embedded systems. For example, one of the most popular embedded platforms, which are Arduino, Raspberry Pi and BeagleBoard, can be used in tens of thousands of embedded applications - this also applies to build automation systems. Such single-board computers can also work with modules supporting the Z-Wave communication protocol. Home automation devices can also be controlled from a desktop. To this end, the Z-Wave USB module performs its task perfectly, which can work with both Windows, Apple OS and Linux distributions. We also offer practical temperature and humidity sensors, twilight sensors and more. They perform a very important function - as a source of information for the controller in order to, for example, turn on or off lighting or overshoot the temperature of the heating and air conditioning system. We also offer fire detectors, signal amplifiers and UART to Z-Wave converters.
Similar to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, Z-Wave is also a protocol that enables wireless connections. Thanks to this, various devices operating in the Z-Wave standard can communicate with each other in a reliable manner without interference with significantly reduced power consumption while ensuring a high level of security in data encryption. Thanks to the use of wireless communication, problems related to putting the communication cables in the building are eliminated. The Z-Wave protocol works in the low-frequency range and allows devices to communicate over distances up to approx. 150m. In addition, thanks to the use of communication technology in a mesh structure, signal transmission is very resistant to interference. Devices supporting the Z-Wave protocol can also be modified and expanded with further modules. Installation, commissioning and handling of Z-Wave modules is very easy, also for novice users.