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IBT4ZWAVE for old Nice cards


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Hello, here is a small plate to adapt an IBT4Z-WAVE (Nice) on cards equipped with an RJ11 connector (old version of the T4 bus):

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The commands as well as the status feedback are functional. No modifications on the cards or on the Z-WAVE module.

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Gerber files on request.

In principle, it also works with the R10 and IBT4N cards: possibility of deporting the Z-WAVE module from the card during distance problems.

According to CANBUS standards, we can expect a cable length of 50m but not yet tested (for the moment ;))

Have a good evening.

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