Connecting the CC2530 #
Pin layouts #
The pin layout is different between each CC2530 module
|Webee CC2530 + CC2591|
Using a USB to serial adapter #
Confirmed working #
This how-to has been confirmed working with the following CC2530 based devices:
and the following USB to serial adapters:
Flashing the firmware #
The required coordinator firmware can be found here: Zigbee 1.2 and Zigbee 3.0.
Connect to CC2530 to the USB to serial adapter using the following mapping:
Now plug in the USB-to-serial adapter in your USB port and start Zigbee2MQTT, enjoy!
To a Raspberry Pi (Zero) #
CC2530 can be connected to a Raspberry PI (Zero) via GPIO Pins - no USB2FTDI is needed.
The use of UART by the installed Linux has to be disabled: Detailed explanation here
Enable UART in the Kernel and disable UART use for BlueTooth.
/boot/config.txt add following lines:
Disable the modem system service (on the command line):
sudo systemctl disable hciuart
Remove the console entry by removing any of those entries from
/boot/cmdline.txt if present:
Reboot your Raspberry.
Wiring CC2530 to the Raspberry #
CC C2530 -> Raspberry VCC -> 3,3V (Pin1) GND -> GND (Pin6) P02 -> TXD (Pin8 / BCM 14) P03 -> RXD (Pin10 / BCM 15)
Configuring Zigbee2MQTT #
Change the Serial Port in your
serial: port: /dev/ttyAMA0
Via an ESP8266 #
This setup allows you to connect a CC2530 to an ESP8266 which can be put everywhere in your house. Via a serial socket, Zigbee2MQTT will connect to your CC2530.
Wire the CC2530 to the ESP8266 using the following scheme:
Flashing the ESP8266 #
The ESP8266 needs to be flashed with ESPEasy. ESPEasy has suficient documentation on how to get you up and running:
- How to flash the ESP8266 with ESPEasy
- ESP8266 firmware: ESP_Easy_mega-XXXXXXXX_normal_ESP8266_4096.bin
- More information about ESPEasy
Setting up the ESP8266 #
Open the ESPEasy web interface and complete the setup. Afterwards open the web interface again.
Click on Devices Edit of the first task and select Communication - Serial Server from the dropdown list.
Fill in the form as following:
a. Name: ZIGBEE2MQTT b. Enabled: checked c. TCP Port: a number between 1000 and 9999 "1775" d. Baud Rate: 115200 e. Data bits: 8 f. Parity: No Parity g. Stop bits: 1 h. Reset target after boot: - none – i. RX receive timeout: 0 j. Event processing: Generic
Press Submit, the setup is now completed.
Zigbee2MQTT configuration #
Now add the following to the Zigbee2MQTT
serial: port: 'tcp://192.168.2.13:20108'
Note to change the IP address and port. You can now start Zigbee2qmtt.