Tube's ZB Coordinators and Routers (was Zigbee router on steroids?)

Thank you.

It joins tries to join a network as soon as it is powered on. There are 2 bottoms on the board, one will reset it and start the pairing process again. The top of the case is a friction fit - gaining access is not difficult.

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Count me in as interested as well. Just the ability to support 50 end devices is enough to get my attention. :slight_smile:

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I just went through the neighbors reported by the router in the most recent ZHA map scan. I have it on my desk as I’ve been testing it there. Not an idea location in the lower back corner of my house but this thing is talking to devices (other routers mainly as end devices have had no reason to move) on every level of my house (small split level) but lower ground floor to the attic.

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Yeah, that’s what I’m after. I have some sensors in an outbuilding that is ~150’ from my house with both wood and concrete walls in the way and I’ve had to put 3 powered repeaters in place just to get a signal there with a minimum LQI of 90. From what you’re describing, I could put one of your routers in the outbuilding and another in the house and cut out the 3 repeaters altogether.

BUILD FASTER! :wink: lol

water proof enclosure and put one out side might work even better. the Zigbee module in these is rated for most all temps

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Operating temp for the module: -40 C to 85 C

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I would be highly interested as well (international, The Netherlands)

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US person here also interested, can even solder myself if required :smile:

I use one router like this (CC2530+CC2592 amplifier) :


Very strong signal.

Did you have a chance to compare both ?

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I have not use that one to compare. The CC2652 is a newer generation chip. Options are good.

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All, I’ve made 5 routers, they are up for sale on my new store site.

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Order placed for 1!!! (I didn’t want to be greedy :wink: )

@tube0013 Thanks for the heads up mate! Can’t wait to try it out!

@stephack Get on it man! LOL

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Already have buddy… :rofl: :rofl:

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GMTA good sir… GMTA. :slight_smile: LOL

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Ordered one as well.

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Ordered one here, too Thanks for the tip, @stephack !

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Ogie?! You’re still kicking around?! Holy crap! Good to see you!

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Thanks everyone. all gone! ill try and get some more together tomorrow,

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I spend most of my time in Hubitat-Land, still. But I am trying Home Assistant to learn something new, and to keep my options open. Now @stephack has even got me spending money! But that’s fair, as I believe I encouraged him to buy a full UniFi network stack! :wink:

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You might have to make this a full time gig… We all like to spread the word on good products… Just sayin’ :wink:

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