Z-Wave module pinout to make it compatible with Pi b+
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Hye,

I just received my Z-Wave (EU) module. Thanks guys for your amazng job. I waited and it was well served.

The board is for a Pi2 GPIO but I wan"t to plug it on a Pi b+ GPIO.

My question is: What GPIO pinout the Z-Wave module is expecting?!

If you have a little schmatic with connection to GPIO, I can use some wires to plug it in.

Thanks
Thx Etienne,

Pine64 - 2Gb + Z-Wave (EU) + abs case
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#2
The 40 pin GPIO of the PI2, and the PI b+ are preceisely identical; be warned however, that the PI bus of the PineA64 board is not precisely compatible with the real Raspberry PI. Some of the pins do not work, and some of them require external pull-up resistors to work.
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(09-06-2016, 07:03 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote: The 40 pin GPIO of the PI2, and the PI b+ are preceisely identical;  be warned however, that the PI bus of the PineA64 board is not precisely compatible with the real Raspberry PI. Some of the pins do not work, and some of them require external pull-up resistors to work.

Yeah the pin number are not the same between PI2/Pine64 and raspberry B+ (Pi1).

No pinout from the dev or schematic of the design?!
Thx Etienne,

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(09-06-2016, 07:10 AM)ebretteville Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:03 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote: The 40 pin GPIO of the PI2, and the PI b+ are preceisely identical;  be warned however, that the PI bus of the PineA64 board is not precisely compatible with the real Raspberry PI. Some of the pins do not work, and some of them require external pull-up resistors to work.

Yeah the pin number are not the same between PI2/Pine64 and raspberry B+ (Pi1).

No pinout from the dev or schematic of the design?!

The 40 pin layout of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3 are identical.

The 26 pin layout of the PIb is identical with the first 26 pins of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3

The pinouts of the PineA64 are on the wiki page here:
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(09-06-2016, 07:16 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:10 AM)ebretteville Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:03 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote: The 40 pin GPIO of the PI2, and the PI b+ are preceisely identical;  be warned however, that the PI bus of the PineA64 board is not precisely compatible with the real Raspberry PI. Some of the pins do not work, and some of them require external pull-up resistors to work.

Yeah the pin number are not the same between PI2/Pine64 and raspberry B+ (Pi1).

No pinout from the dev or schematic of the design?!

The 40 pin layout of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3 are identical.

The 26 pin layout of the PIb is identical with the first 26 pins of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3

The pinouts of the PineA64 are on the wiki page here:

Thx, I know that but just sliding the pine64 hat on the pi b+ is enought, don't want to brake the hat. This why I want to know which pins from the 40 pins pine64 gpio are in use to be sure that this is just a sliding matter.
Thx Etienne,

Pine64 - 2Gb + Z-Wave (EU) + abs case
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(09-06-2016, 07:28 AM)ebretteville Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:16 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:10 AM)ebretteville Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:03 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote: The 40 pin GPIO of the PI2, and the PI b+ are preceisely identical;  be warned however, that the PI bus of the PineA64 board is not precisely compatible with the real Raspberry PI. Some of the pins do not work, and some of them require external pull-up resistors to work.

Yeah the pin number are not the same between PI2/Pine64 and raspberry B+ (Pi1).

No pinout from the dev or schematic of the design?!

The 40 pin layout of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3 are identical.

The 26 pin layout of the PIb is identical with the first 26 pins of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3

The pinouts of the PineA64 are on the wiki page here:

Thx, I know that but just sliding the pine64 hat on the pi b+ is enought, don't want to brake the hat. This why I want to know which pins from the 40 pins pine64 gpio are in use to be sure that this is just a sliding matter.

It IS NOT a sliding matter... I'm trying to tell you, the PineA64 PI bus is not fully compatible with the real Raspberry PI.  It depends whether the hat uses i2c for one thing.  In order to get it to work, you may need to provide external pull-up resistors for the i2c bus (depends).  You really ought to start with the hat. How does the hat work, which pins does it actually use, then map down to the PineA64.  You may want to check your hat hardware against a real Raspberry PI first, just to test the hardware.  Then, move to the PineA64 and figure out what is missing (if anything).
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(09-06-2016, 07:55 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:28 AM)ebretteville Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:16 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:10 AM)ebretteville Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:03 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote: The 40 pin GPIO of the PI2, and the PI b+ are preceisely identical;  be warned however, that the PI bus of the PineA64 board is not precisely compatible with the real Raspberry PI. Some of the pins do not work, and some of them require external pull-up resistors to work.

Yeah the pin number are not the same between PI2/Pine64 and raspberry B+ (Pi1).

No pinout from the dev or schematic of the design?!

The 40 pin layout of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3 are identical.

The 26 pin layout of the PIb is identical with the first 26 pins of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3

The pinouts of the PineA64 are on the wiki page here:

Thx, I know that but just sliding the pine64 hat on the pi b+ is enought, don't want to brake the hat. This why I want to know which pins from the 40 pins pine64 gpio are in use to be sure that this is just a sliding matter.

It IS NOT a sliding matter... I'm trying to tell you, the PineA64 PI bus is not fully compatible with the real Raspberry PI.  It depends whether the hat uses i2c for one thing.  In order to get it to work, you may need to provide external pull-up resistors for the i2c bus (depends).  You really ought to start with the hat. How does the hat work, which pins does it actually use, then map down to the PineA64.  You may want to check your hat hardware against a real Raspberry PI first, just to test the hardware.  Then, move to the PineA64 and figure out what is missing (if anything).

Understood this is why I'm asking how the dev did developp the Z-Wave hat... Thnx anyway
Thx Etienne,

Pine64 - 2Gb + Z-Wave (EU) + abs case
[url= http://www.etiennebretteville.com][/url]
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(09-06-2016, 08:40 AM)ebretteville Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:55 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:28 AM)ebretteville Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:16 AM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote:
(09-06-2016, 07:10 AM)ebretteville Wrote: Yeah the pin number are not the same between PI2/Pine64 and raspberry B+ (Pi1).

No pinout from the dev or schematic of the design?!

The 40 pin layout of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3 are identical.

The 26 pin layout of the PIb is identical with the first 26 pins of the PIb+, PI2, and PI3

The pinouts of the PineA64 are on the wiki page here:

Thx, I know that but just sliding the pine64 hat on the pi b+ is enought, don't want to brake the hat. This why I want to know which pins from the 40 pins pine64 gpio are in use to be sure that this is just a sliding matter.

It IS NOT a sliding matter... I'm trying to tell you, the PineA64 PI bus is not fully compatible with the real Raspberry PI.  It depends whether the hat uses i2c for one thing.  In order to get it to work, you may need to provide external pull-up resistors for the i2c bus (depends).  You really ought to start with the hat. How does the hat work, which pins does it actually use, then map down to the PineA64.  You may want to check your hat hardware against a real Raspberry PI first, just to test the hardware.  Then, move to the PineA64 and figure out what is missing (if anything).

Understood this is why I'm asking how the dev did developp the Z-Wave hat... Thnx anyway

Which hat are you trying to use?   Link?
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The one from pine64 : https://shop.pine64.com/collections/modu...5394348614

Not exactly the same. They seem to use usb- usb+ 3v3 and gnd so let's see on the pi b+ gpio

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Thx Etienne,

Pine64 - 2Gb + Z-Wave (EU) + abs case
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(09-06-2016, 02:41 PM)ebretteville Wrote: The one from pine64 : https://shop.pine64.com/collections/modu...5394348614

Not exactly the same. They seem to use usb- usb+ 3v3 and gnd so let's see on the pi b+ gpio

Envoyé de mon SM-N9005 en utilisant Tapatalk

ok... thanks... looks like that module is plugged into the euler bus and is using uart0 on pins 29 & 30 , also has access to PB2, PD6  & PD7.
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