New Z-Uno software release

September 30, 2016

We are happy to announce new Z-Uno release! This software update of Z-Uno fixes some issues from test 2.0.5 version and brings more features to your Z-Uno.

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What's new in 2.0.6?

New examples added:

New features:


  • DS18B20 and BMP180 libraries fixed to return float
  • Fast pin operations (defined via s_pin) improved (now can run faster up to 0.5 μs)
  • DHT and I2C libraries moved to user space code (saves code space if you don't use them)
  • I2C SCL/SDA can now run on any pins from 9–16 range (default is still 9 and 10), I2C can run up to 100 kHz
  • EEPROM and NZRAM libraries changed slightly: EEPROM uses DWORD for address reference, NZRAM uses BYTE.
  • User now have access to up to 360 kBytes of EEPROM
  • SPI buffering enabled to speed up to 480 kbps


  • Problem with static and global variables fixed
  • Path to sketch can now contain dashes, spaces and other special symbols
  • Problems with sleep mode


  • Z-Uno specific libraries were renamed with ZUNO_ prefix not to conflict with native Arduino

This new C++ release is available under URL (follow instructions).

Documentation on Z-Uno web site was also revised and updated to host new functions description.