We recommend going through the Security S2 white paper and the following important documents. These documents are the stepping stone for Security S2 and the latest Z-Wave SDK 6.71.
Download the Z-Wave SDK 6.71 for secured Z-Wave applications. We updated most Z-Wave documents to reflect the new changes. These documents are necessary for robust and secured Z-Wave application development using SDK 6.71.
|SDK 6.71.03 (Release Date 08/01/2018)|
|Z-Wave 500 Series SDK v 6.71.03 Software Release Note|
|Known Test Observations SDK v 6.71.03|
|Working in 500 Series Environment User Guide|
|Z-Wave Plus Application Framework v 6.71.0x|
|Z-Wave 500 Series Application Programmers Guide v 6.71.03|
|Z-Wave 500 Series SDK Contents v 6.71.03|
|Z-Wave SDK 6.71: Serial API|
|Serial API Host Application Prgogramming Guide|
|Z-Wave PC controller v 5.26|
|Z-Wave PC based Controller v 5 User Guide|
|Z-Wave DLL v 5 User Guide|
Routing slaves with no external NVM now supports Security S2. The number of destinations, routing capabilities, etc are not changed in the routing slaves.
But, to support Security S2 a number of limitations are necessary. This is due to code space shortage in routing slaves.
Enhanced 232 Slaves with 1 Mbit of external NVM now support OTA update by using compressed HEX files.
But, this required a two step approach if you are updating from a Z-Wave SDK version 6.51.XX.
SDK 6.7x based inclusion controller informs SIS/SUC that a new node is added to the network and that SIS has to perform additional required setup. Z-Wave Plus Lifeline configuration and Security S2 bootstrapping is carried out by SIS.
This feature enables OTA firmware update from a S0 device to a S2 device. User can enter QR code of controller onto joining device (client side authentication). This feature is especially targeted door locks having a keypad.
The Z-Wave Protocol Life Cycle provides a description of the Life Cycle States and the current Life Cycle status of the Z-Wave releases.
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