zoe2 - Dual-band Radio (CC1352P1) + RTC + PoE for Raspberry Pi

zoe2 - Dual-band Radio (CC1352P1) + RTC + PoE for Raspberry Pi

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(Coming soon! Join the waitlist if you're interested in this product so we can get an idea on numbers and manufacture enough boards for all!)

(Preliminary information below, will be updated when final product listing is ready)

zoe2 is the newer version of zoe, a multi-protocol/frequency development board designed to be used alongside a Raspberry Pi. It follows the Raspberry Pi HAT Mechanical specification but it does not have the ID EEPROM therefore it is not technically a HAT.

  • CC1352P radio from Texas Instruments, using the E79-400DM2005S module:
    • Dual-band sub-1GHz and 2.4GHz RF transceivers compatible with Bluetooth and IEEE 802.15.4 PHY and MAC standards
    • Max. RF Power: 20dBm at sub-GHz / 5dBm at 2.4GHz
    • Built-in ROM serial bootloader - no external programmer/debugger needed
  • Optional external SMA antenna for sub-GHz radio, PCB trace antenna for 2.4GHz
  • IEEE 802.3af or passive 48V PoE support for single cable deployment
  • RTC with backup battery for offline timekeeping
  • Hacker friendly features:
    • QWIIC/Stemma QT compatible I2C expansion header
    • Solder jumpers to connect JTAG/BSL pins to RPi GPIO for OpenOCD and auto-BSL (not fully tested!)
    • "ID EEEPROM" and support circuitry, not populated (you will need to solder it yourself)
  • Supported by Koenkk's Z-Stack-firmware repository for use with the Open Source Home Automation software