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Silicon Labs UZB-7 Z-Wave 700 Stick

Silicon Labs UZB-7 Z-Wave 700 Stick

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UZB-7 Z-Wave 700 Stick Bridge Module

The UZB-7, Z-Wave 700 Stick Bridge Module is a simple reference design featuring the EFR32ZG14 Z-Wave SoC, as a gateway and controller for smart home applications.

The UZB-7 exposes the well-documented and proven Z-Wave Serial API via USB. It allows the host processor to control up to 232 Z-Wave and Z-Wave Plus devices through the Z-Wave protocol. With the developer PC application software, PC Controller, or any software compliant with Z-Wave Serial API, the host is empowered to communicate with various Z-Wave devices through the Z-Wave Command Classes, making your computer the heart of your Z- Wave network.

Controller software base on Z/IP*, such as Z-Ware enables you to create your own Z-Wave gateway that is locally or remotely hosted with a PC or single-board computers, such as Beagle Bone Black and Raspberry Pi. 

Kit Features

  • Z-Wave 700 Series EFR32ZG14
    • CPU core: ARM Cortex-M4 with FPU
  • -97 dBm sensitivity with 100 kbps channels
  • Firmware upgradeable through USB
  • AES 128-bit encrypted communication and security feature
  • Compliance approval
    • EN 300220
    • US FCC CFR47 Part 15.249
    • ANZ ANZ 4268
    • Japan ARID STD-T108


  • Worldwide SAW filters for additional out-of-band blocking
  • CP2102N USB-to-UART SoC for VCP
  • USB 2.0 Full Speed Compliance
  • Royalty-free Virtual COM port drivers, CP210x VCP Driver
  • Work with Windows / Mac / Linux

Read the User's Guide

Compatible with Home Assistant 
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Works great but

    This is working really well, however it came with the region set to EU which took some work to fix. Once changed over to AU, works very well.