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The video is dedicated to the JetHome JetHub H1 smart home controller - an all-in-one device, essentially a ready-made server with an integrated Zigbee module, on which you can deploy a full-fledged smart home control system.
Step-by-step instructions for installing Armbian Focal - Ubuntu, Supervised Home Assistant, initial settings, installation and configuration of zigbee2mqtt.
The video tutorial shows step by step how to update the built-in zigbee module of the JetHome JetHub H1 smart home controller, with saving and then restoring the contents of NVRAM. Such an update does not destroy the zigbee network and re-pair all devices, everything continues to work normally.
Review of JetStick Z2 USB Zigbee coordinator, based on CC2652P module - design, comparison with Sonoff stick , firmware update, testing in zigbee2mqtt.
Sometimes you wonder - how to power this wonderful device or make a UPS for it in case of a power outage? Everything is pretty simple here. Mikrotik devices often support PeE out on the last port of their switch, respectively, we plug JetHome JetHub D1 there, and forcibly activate PE in the microtik interface. Or passive po switches/injectors....
Friends, good day to all! Perhaps it will be useful for someone... For a long time I experimented with various firmware of the ZigBee module on D1 (CC2652P1). In an effort to have only the latest firmware, I ran into a problem. I flashed the module both through armbian and through the JTAG programmer (it was possible to flash it correctly only through...