The ZigBee binding supports an interface to a wireless ZigBee home automation network.
Coordinators need to be installed manually and the serial port must be set.
This is the Texas Instruments ZNP stack. The thing type is
TI2531 - Firmware
The TI2531 USB dongle must be flashed with the correct firmware in order to work with this binding.
The file can be downloaded from TI website archives (http://www.ti.com/tool/z-stack-archive) as part
Z-STACK-HOME v.1.2.2a package.
The file name is
CC2531ZNP-Pro-Secure_Standard.hex and its sha256 is
Flashing on Linux
It’s possible to flash the dongle using Linux, using
The software has been tested and confirmed working on Ubuntu 16.10 and 17.04.
The required dependencies can be installed with
sudo apt install build-essential libusb-1.0-0-dev libboost-all-dev, and the binary compiled with
./configure && make. Do not forget to install the
udev rules, as described at https://github.com/dashesy/cc-tool/blob/master/README , or the software might not be able to access the USB programmer.
The firmware can be flashed with
./cc-tool -e -w CC2531ZNP-Pro-Secure_Standard.hex -v r. Change the path to the firmware accordingly.
Ember EZSP NCP Coordinator
The Ember EZSP NCP (Network Co-Processor) supports the Silabs EM358 or MightyGecko dongles with the standard NCP firmware. The thing type is
The thing type is
The following devices have been tested with the binding
|Hue Bulbs||Color LED Bulb|
|SmartThings Plug||Metered Plug|
Once the binding is authorized, and an adapter is added, it automatically reads all devices that are set up on the ZigBee controller and puts them in the Inbox. When the binding is put into discovery mode, the network will have join enabled for 60 seconds.
The binding will attempt to automatically detect new devices, giving them a type based on their information they report, and will read their supported clusters to define the supported channels.
Currently all ZigBee things have the same thing type of
A set of channels will be created depending on what clusters and endpoints a device supports. Channels are loosely linked to clusters in that for the majority of channels, a single cluster is used. However, some channels may utilise more than one cluster to provide the required functionality.
The following channels are supported -:
|Channel UID||ZigBee Cluster||Type||Description|