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CC2530 based multi-purpose ZigBee Relais, Switch, Sensor and Router

Image of ZigUP board Bottom side


  • Small enough to fit under a normal lightswitch in an european flush-mounted box ("Unterputzdose" - That´s the UP in ZigUP)
  • integrated optional ZigBee Router functionality (extends the range of all your other devices)
  • Powerful bistable relais for up to 10 amps load
  • 2 Inputs for switches/buttons:
    • Input "KEY" directly toggles the relais and outputs a ZigBee message
    • Input "DIG" only outputs a ZigBee message - So your coordinator can decide if the relais has to be toggled or not.
  • Input for 16 digital temperature (DS18B20) and 1 humidity sensors (DHT22/AM2302) (Measurements will be reported via ZigBee)
  • Input for S0-Bus impulses from power-, water- or gas-meters. Count-Value will be reported via ZigBee)
  • Output for one normal LED or up to 10 WS2812B/Neopixel RGB-LEDs (controllable via ZigBee)
  • Analog input to measure voltages of up to 32 Volt. (Voltage will be reported via ZigBee)
  • Fully equipped debug-port to allow CC Debugger flashing and packet sniffing

Connection diagrams

Power and Light connections Switch connections S0 connections DHT22 connections DS18B20 connections ADC connections LED connections WS2812B connections


  1. Get Z-Stack Home 1.2.2a.44539 from
  2. Get IAR Embedded Workbench for 8051 from (you can use the free trial version for one month)
  3. Clone ZigUP source to \Projects\zstack\HomeAutomation\ZigUP\
  4. Start \ZigUP\CC2530DB\ZigUP.eww to load project in IAR
  5. Choose between Router and EndDevice configuration
  6. Edit \Projects\zstack\Tools\CC2530DB\f8wConfig.cfg to select the ZigBee channel your coordinator is using.
  7. Compile

Flashing with CC Debugger

  1. Get SmartRF Flash Programmer v1.12.8 (not v2.x!) from
  2. Connect CC Debugger to the Debug-Port of ZigUP with an 1:1 cable.
  3. Select "Program CCxxxx..." and "System-on-Chip" tab
  4. Load HEX-File and perform "Erase, program and verify" action

Packet Sniffing using CC Debugger

As an alternative usage of this board, it can be used as a ZigBee packet-sniffer in combination with the CC Debugger.

  1. Get PACKET-SNIFFER v2.18.1 (not SNIFFER-2 v1.x!) from
  2. Connect CC Debugger to the Debug-Port of ZigUP with an 1:1 cable.
  3. Select protocol "IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee" and click "Start"
  4. Change radio channel and click "Start"
  5. Re-flash ZigUP firmware when you are done, because it was replaced by a sniffer-firmware.

Bill of Materials (BOM)

Qty Value Package Parts URL (exemplary supplier)
5 100 R0805 R1, R3, R5, R9, R10
1 1k R0805 R8
3 10k R0805 R2, R4, R6
1 27k R0805 R7
2 100n C0805 C4, C5
3 10µ C0805 C1, C3, C6
8 4148 1206 D1 - D8
2 IRFML8244 SOT23 T1, T2
1 IRM-02-3.3 IRM-02 IC1
1 CC2530 E18-MS1-PCB IC2
1 MST 2.5A 250V MST F1
1 Phoenix 1792876 PTS-3 X1
2 TE 1-2834021-4 MSC4 X2, X3
1 DEBUG MA05-2 X4
1 PCB FR4 all Use Gerber files or contact me if you need a bare PCB