GreenWave Z-Wave PowerNode Bundle Pack


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This bundle pack contains a variety of Z-Wave devices from GreenWave. The pack was originally intended to be installed as a complete system with a local gateway, status display, etc, but the original cloud service is no longer operational. The various items in the bundle can still be used as part of a DIY system.

I use the single-outlet sockets and 6-outlet powerboards at the SuperLab, controlled via a Raspberry Pi running ZWaveJS, an MQTT broker, and Node-RED, with a 5th-gen Aeotec Z-Stick.

They can be integrated into Home Assistant as well, although I don’t run that myself so I can’t provide more information on it. They probably also work with various commercial Z-Wave hubs, but I haven’t personally tested that.

Included in the bundle:

  • 2 x 6-outlet GreenWave PowerNode6 powerboards (known to work with ZWaveJS)
  • 3 x single-outlet GreenWave PowerNodes (known to work with ZWaveJS)
  • 1 x GreenWave Z-Wave gateway with Ethernet (maybe useful for hacking?)
  • 1 x GreenWave status display with LCD (maybe useful for hacking?)
  • 1 x 5V 1A power supply with a micro USB connector (good as a phone charger or to power your projects)
  • 1 x 5V 2A power supply with a 2.1mm DC power plug (good to power your projects)
  • 1 x black Ethernet cable

Note: These are offered as-is. They’re excess stock from an energy saving initiative that was run in Victoria/Australia several years ago. They’re brand new and never used, but have been in storage in a warehouse for some years.

Inclusion (Pairing)

Z-Wave networks use the term “inclusion” for adding a device to a network, and “exclusion” for removing it from a network. You can think of this like “pairing” and “unpairing”.

These GreenWave power boards and sockets come pre-included to the gateway in their bundle pack. To use them with a different gateway (such as a Raspberry Pi running ZWaveJS) you need to do 2 steps: first tell the powerboard to forget its previous link to the GreenWave gateway, and second tell it to go into “inclusion” mode so it can be added to your new gateway.


  1. With the powerboard or socket disconnected, press and hold the big round power button on the front.
  2. While still holding the button, plug it in so that it boots up. The green LED ring around the button will light up.
  3. After about 4 seconds the green LED ring will go out. It’s now successfully unincluded, and ready for you to add to your network.

If you power it up and there is no green LED ring around the button, that means it’s already been unincluded.


  1. Tell your Z-Wave gateway to go into “inclusion” mode. In the case of ZWaveJS, this is done by clicking the “Actions” menu in the top right, then “MANAGE NODES”, then inclusion.
  2. Your gateway will go into inclusion mode for a short time, typically 20 seconds or so.
  3. With your powerboard or socket connected to power, press the small white “include” button on the end of the enclosure.
  4. Your gateway should almost immediately (within a second or two) detect the new device and add it to its list of managed devices.


Additional information

Weight 3800 g
Dimensions 590 × 380 × 90 mm


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