IMPORTANT - Please make sure that the model number (located on the back) of the NanoMote Quad is the ZWA003 before downloading and performing the update process.


As a part of our Gen5 range of products, NanoMote Quad is firmware upgradable. Some gateways will support firmware upgrades over-the-air (OTA) and have NanoMote Quads firmware upgrades packaged as part of their platform. For those that don't yet support such upgrades, NanoMote Quad's firmware can be upgraded using Z-Stick from Aeotec (or any other Z-Wave compliant Z-Wave USB Adapters from any manufacturer) with Microsoft Windows XP/7/8/10.


Firmware change log V1.02

  1. Fix problem with Multilevel Class


Requirements for update.

  1. Z-Wave USB Adapter (ie. Z-Stick Lite, Z-Stick S2, Z-Stick Gen5, UZB1, SmartStick+, or any other Z-Wave Adapter that conforms to Z-Wave standards).
  2. Windows OS (XP, 7, 8, or 10).


To upgrade your NanoMote Quad using a Z-Stick or any other general Z-Wave USB Adapter:


  1. If your NanoMote Quad is already part of a Z-Wave network, please remove it from that network. Your NanoMote Quad manual touches on this and your Z-Wave gateway's / hub's user manual will provide more specific information. Skip to step 3 if your NanoMote Quad is part of a Z-Stick controlled Z-Wave network already.
  2. Plug the Z‐Stick controller to the USB port of your PC host.
  3. Download the firmware that corresponds to the version of your NanoMote Quad.

    Warning
    : downloading and activating the wrong firmware will brick your NanoMote and render it broken. Bricking is not covered by warranty.

    V1.02

    European Union version frequency - version 1.02 - for ZWA003-C only
    United States version frequency - version 1.02- for ZWA003-A only

  4. Unzip the file and open the folder that appears.
  5. Open the EXE file to load the user interface - double click NanoMoteQuad_XX_V1_0X_.exe file for example.
  6. If Z-Stick or Z-Wave USB Adapter is connected automatically, skip to step 10, if not, please continue through steps 7 - 9.
  7. Click CATEGORIES and then select SETTINGS. 

  8. A new window will pop up. Click the DETECT button if the USB port is not automatically listed.

  9. Select the ControllerStatic COM port or UZB, and then click OK.
  10. Click ADD NODE. Let the controller into inclusion mode. Press any button 3 times fastly. At this stage, the NanoMote Quad will be added to the Z-Stick's own Z-Wave network.
  11. Highlight the NanoMote Quad Node in the list.
  12. Click on "Node Information" button, the software will state "Node is non-listening, request added to command queue for Node."



  13. Press and hold the NanoMote Quads button for 5 seconds, then release the button to send a Wakeup Report. The message should disappear right away.
  14. Go to the "Firmware Update" Tab
  15. You'll notice one button "Start", click on "Start" button (It is highly suggested that you keep NanoMote Quad on USB power for this update.)
  16. The software will then say, node is non-listening, request added to command queue for Node.



  17. Press and hold the NanoMote Quads action button for 5 seconds , then release the button to send a Wakeup Report, then the firmware update should continue.

  18. After about 5 to 10 minutes, the firmware upgrade will be completed. A window will pop up with the status “Successfully” to confirm a successful firmware update.

  19. Now close the program, and connect your NanoMote Quad to your primary gateway.