I am using CC2530ZNP Mini Kit and carefully repeated and have tried to understand all examples that are included with this kit C:\Texas Instruments\CC2530ZNP Mini Kit
I want to implement the next task:
1.create network with coordinator and two end devices - it is already exist from the box
2. To write application which will turn on/off LED ( one of existing - yellow or red - does not matter) on one end device on the response to pushing button onanother end device. In another words to control LED on one end device with button on another end device.
As i understand it can be relatively easily implemented by using Home Automation cluster library.
But Mini Kit does not support HA cluster library, osal and so on.
Frankly speaking learning recommended Mini Kit examples did not approach me closer to solving this simple , from my point of view, application.
Any hints for solutions? Should i create clusters or something like this? Or not? What end points should be used on both end devices? How to address them?
Can i find textbook or manual which will help me and i am sure many other people who opted TI hardware as a basis for creating zigbee networks.
Does exist something like Drew Gislason's book "Zigbee wireless networking" which contains a lot of examples for Freescale ZigBee development kit, NOT TI.
Thank you very much
Looking forward for advice
I'd recommend you two documents for studying: Simple API for Z-stack (swra196) and ZigBee PRo Network Processor (swra312). Besides, it might be useful to look at http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Tutorial_on_the_Examples
thanks u very much Илья for advice
Would u pls provide me with the link to recommended by you document
Simple API for Z-stack (swra196)
I've spent a lot of time and failed to find it.
Thanks in advance
The document is part of the Z-Stack installer, so follow the link in the previous post, install the Z-Stack for CC2530, and navigate to the documents:
Also valuable are the documents from the ZAP installer.
you can find the file in the attachment.
5706.Z-Stack Simple API.pdf
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