how iRidium server gets access to ZigBee wireless network
documentation was last updated on 08.2.2019
Only the following hardware server can work with ZigBee:
iRidium server UMC C3 with a built-in ZigBee module.
iRidium server does not support all ZigBee devices and functions. "Working with Commands and Feedbacks" section contains information about supported ZigBee classes.
contains information about supported ZigBee classes.
One of the main spheres of ZigBee use is home automation
There are a lot of devices with ZigBee interface on the market. Developers now have a splendid opportunity to integrate all these devices with iRidium platform.
1Connect power to UMC C3 server with ZigBee module.
2Enter the server web-interface
3Go to ZigBee tab.
4Click Create Network to create new network.
5Click "Open Network" button. The server scans the network for about 180 seconds. During this time you are to do certain physical actions to a wireless device that has to be added. As a rule it is required to press a button on a device several times. (Read the manual to your device to learn what exactly has to be done.)
6The device is added to the list and it gets an "ID". Add all required devices to your net.
Device name can be enteres in User description field.
7After it the network is created. Export data about the created network as a .xml file by clicking the Export button.
To delete a device from the network, use Delete button. After it press the physical button three times on the device that you want to delete (or do another action described in the manual). The whole network can be deletd by clicking Delete Network button.
1Create server project in iRidium studio. Click a button to import the .xml file (ZigBee XML Files).
2The driver with all devices appears in the Project Device Panel.
3You can change device names ("Name"). Names in iRidium studio can differ from name in the server web-interface. The other parameters can't be edited.
Set control of wireless devices with the help of commands and feedbacks.
You will find below information about supported classes of ZigBee, its commands and feedbacks.
At present ZigBee driver is supported only in iRidium server UMC C3 with ZigBee module.