Z-Wave module pinout to make it compatible with Pi b+
#11
Yes but mine has a raspberry gpio adapter

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#12
(09-06-2016, 11:26 PM)ebretteville Wrote: Yes but mine has a raspberry gpio adapter

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I'd like to help you ...

... maybe you could give me a link to what you're 'really' using !
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#13
It's the one from the pine64 official pack. That's why I gave you a link on shop.pine64.org[Image: f86db21479c3b3a9d27f2f75ae977d1c.jpg][Image: 0fb9e30f998fe9cbb7c9c4c788d7a780.jpg]

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#14
Clearly, the lower module was designed for the later PI bus, not the PI(1); its a 40 pin layout.

...  the square pin is typically pin(1) so the alignment of the lower module would be with the module to the inside of the pine board...  I can see the Rx and Tx pins labels on the end of the lower module; so its accessing uart2 ( ttyS2 ) on the PI bus... what are the other pin names on that board ?  Also, clearly this board was not designed for use with any PI ( let alone the PI(1) ) and was designed for use on the Pine board. Supposedly they have been tested/  what is your question about this module ?



If you want to know can you plug it onto the PIb  ( PI(1) )  by aligning pin(1), then yes. The module probably won't work, but it won't break anything on the PI.  The PI's uart is on the same pins, but its called ttyS0, or serial0, ttyAMA0,  ...  as for the other pins ( depending on which ones are being used ) it may are may not work plugged into the PIb.  You might want to take a meter (with continuity checker, and the lower module only) and trace where each of the upper module pins goes one-by-one.



Another way to say this is, if you trace the lower module to any of the pins higher than pin 26, the board is not going to be at all compatible with the PIb (twenty-six pin layout).

But, just because you trace all of the pins to the lower 26 pins (1 - 26) does not mean it will work !
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(09-07-2016, 12:01 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote: Clearly, the lower module was designed for the later PI bus, not the PI(1); its a 40 pin layout.

...  the square pin is typically pin(1) so the alignment of the lower module would be with the module to the inside of the pine board...  I can see the Rx and Tx pins labels on the end of the lower module; so its accessing uart2 ( ttyS2 ) on the PI bus... what are the other pin names on that board ?  Also, clearly this board was not designed for use with any PI ( let alone the PI(1) ) and was designed for use on the Pine board. Supposedly they have been tested/  what is your question about this module ?



If you want to know can you plug it onto the PIb  ( PI(1) )  by aligning pin(1), then yes. The module probably won't work, but it won't break anything on the PI.  The PI's uart is on the same pins, but its called ttyS0, or serial0, ttyAMA0,  ...  as for the other pins ( depending on which ones are being used ) it may are may not work plugged into the PIb.  You might want to take a meter (with continuity checker, and the lower module only) and trace where each of the upper module pins goes one-by-one.



Another way to say this is, if you trace the lower module to any of the pins higher than pin 26, the board is not going to be at all compatible with the PIb (twenty-six pin layout).

But, just because you trace all of the pins to the lower 26 pins (1 - 26) does not mean it will work !

Sure this is what i was going to do but if I had the schematic I can avoid  the continuity task... But as there is no documentation on this module, I'm going to do the job.

Thx anyway for your time.
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#16
Jeez, are you serious? Do we need to use an adapter board to fit the Z-wave module to the Pine?
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#17
(09-07-2016, 05:13 AM)bonterra Wrote: Jeez, are you serious? Do we need to use an adapter board to fit the Z-wave module to the Pine?

yeah, right?   ... only if you want it to lay flat !!!     Blush
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(09-07-2016, 05:19 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote:
(09-07-2016, 05:13 AM)bonterra Wrote: Jeez, are you serious? Do we need to use an adapter board to fit the Z-wave module to the Pine?

yeah, right?   ... only if you want it to lay flat !!!     Blush

Why not just put all of it on the adapter board then? Less height and fewer components. 

Are there any other electronic parts on the adapter board except for the two connectors?
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#19
There is resistors on it. And to be honest the board with the adapter doesn't fit in the official pine64 abs case.

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#20
(09-07-2016, 06:02 AM)ebretteville Wrote: There is resistors on it. And to be honest the board with the adapter doesn't fit in the official pine64 abs case.

You have GOT to be kidding me ???!    (people are going to be grumpy)
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