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I would like to extend the number of z-wave supported devices. (eg : temperature/humidity senso everspring st814)
I'am used to develop with eclispe/svn in java with tomcat/spring, etc...

If I understand,licence compatibility doesn't allow to distribute Z-Wave.jar other opensource code.

Where can I found the latest code for Z-Wave.jar ?

Thanks in advance.


Let us know if signing an NDA is an option for you. We can't currently make the source available in public repositories.

Best regards,

– Juha

Posted by juha at Feb 01, 2014 12:32

Is the ST814 not supported?
I can get information from the device with URL in browser but I do have issues presenting it in Open Remote.
Humidity is working but not Temp.

Any info to clear this?

Posted by z3eed at Feb 06, 2014 01:04


I'm also a java software developer and I would like to add support for the Z-Wave Lock mainly the Kwikset Smartcode Deadbolt with Z-Wave.
That's the missing piece to my home automation system ... So far I haven't find a simple (and free) way to support it. It's not supported by OpenHab, and even with Indigo it's via MiCasaVerde and a plugin.



Posted by jfgosselin at Feb 17, 2014 14:34


I explained in more detail to Frederic in private email but the short version of it is that we can only make the source available to you privately if you're ok with signing a contractor agreement which extends a non-disclosure of the Z-wave SDK to you.

Sigma Designs have made it very clear that any open source implementation of Z-wave is against their terms and wishes. Therefore we can only make the source available to those who agree with these terms (very unfortunate but we cannot do anything else).

So let me know if signing a non-disclosure is an option for you and we can extend the source access to you. Feel free to email me with further details at juha at openremote dot org

Best regards,

– Juha

Posted by juha at Feb 19, 2014 08:30
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