Z–Wave Wireless Basic

Z-Wave Wireless Basics is a unique course created in conjunction with the Z-Wave Alliance to help learners understand and implement the leading technology in home wireless systems. This course presents the history of Z-Wave technology, including the fundamental concepts, foundation and architecture of Z-Wave. It includes adding nodes, how routing works, the mesh network, and the different node types into which devices in the network are categorized.

Product Description / Course Objectives

By the end of this course, learners will:

  • know all of the principal elements of Z-Wave nodes (devices) and a Z-Wave network
  • learn the methods by which Z-Wave devices communicate with one another and the concepts of adding and removing nodes from a network
  • learn sufficient radio frequency basics to understand issues that may affect a Z-Wave network
  • understand founding principals of Z-Wave such as interoperability and certification.


Credit Hours: 1


Approved for CEU Credit in:

Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina (Alarm), North Carolina:(Locksmith), Tennessee QA, Texas