Install Z-Uno environment
Z-Uno environment uses Arduino IDE with additional specific package for Z-Uno board. This environment allows you to create your own projects and load them in Z-Uno via USB. It also contains various examples to start with.
Steps to get started with Z-Uno:
- Download Arduino IDE from https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/Software (section Download the Arduino IDE)
- Install Arduino IDE
- Launch Arduino IDE
- Open Arduino Preferences. In the field "Additional Boards Manager URLs" put: http://z-uno.z-wave.me/files/z-uno/package_z-wave.me_index.json and press OK
- Go to Tools → Board → Boards manager. Scroll down, you should see a package "Z-Uno by Z-WAVE>ME". Install it
- Restart Arduino IDE
- Now select "Z-Wave>ME Z-Uno" in Tools → Board
- And "Z-Uno Programmer" in Tools → Programmer section.
- Windows users (prior to Windows 10) should install Z-Uno Driver. See driver installation instructions. OSX and Linux users don't need to worry, the driver is already installed in the system
- Now you should see "Z-WAVE>ME Z-Uno" in Tools → Port section. Select it
- Press Tools → Burn Bootloader. This will update your Z-Uno software to the latest stable version. This can take some time. You can see it’s working if Service LED blinks
- Now all done to upload example Blink sketch. Go to File → Examples → 01. Basics → Blink. Upload it
- More examples are available in File → Examples → Z-Uno