CC2652P2 based Zigbee to Ethernet/USB Serial Coordinator


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Zigbee 3.0 Coordinator based on the CC2652P2 module. Supported by Zigbee2mqtt, the ZHA integration in Home Assistant and Tasmota.

Use Ethernet – Ideal for placing your coordinator in a central location. Stable ethernet connection. Eliminates the need for USB Passthrough when using HA in a VM environment.

Use via USB – Move 2 jumpers on the board and the zigbee chip will be accessible over the USB, not ethernet needed. Or use another pair of jumpers and connect via USB to the ESP32 for console debugging.


How to add the Ethernet Module to USB only:

Techical Specs:

  • Powerful 48 MHz ARM® Cortex®-M4F processor
  • 352 KB of in-system programmable flash
  • 256 KB of ROM for protocols and library functions
  • 8 KB of cache SRAM (Alternatively available as general-purpose RAM)
  • 80 KB of ultra-low leakage SRAM. The SRAM is protected by parity to ensure high reliability of operation
  • Output power up to +20 dBm
  • Z-Stack Firmware supports 50 Direct Children, 100 normal routes and 200 source routes

Ethernet or USB, USB

Case Color

Black, White, Dark Blue, Light Blue

Antenna Color

Black, White


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Q & A

Hi, when is new stock of this coordinator to be expected? Thanks! Gerben asked on July 24, 2023

This model is currently in transition to the 2023 model, which will be out within a week.

2023 uses same zigbee module pcb as the 2023 PoE variants. Adds pins for serial hw flow path and now uses USB-C. Overall shape is now closer to PoE variant.

The store page for 2022 will forward to 2023 when released. I’m still finalizing the case and product listing and docs.

tubeszb answered on July 24, 2023 store manager
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I have one of these coordinators that I've since re-flashed with router firmware (currently using the tweaked 2022 release), and am now using it in that role. My question: is it possible to crank the output to +20 dBm as it is when acting in its original coordinator role? Thanks! Rob asked on June 23, 2023

recommend the current z-stack router fw release for this:

tubeszb answered on June 23, 2023 store manager
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Which one of the Ethernet coordinators is more future proof for Matter/Thread? The CC2652P2 or the EFR32-MGM12? Michelle asked on June 15, 2023

The EFR32-MGM12 is still capable hardware with good amount of ram and flash memory, but is now several versions old. It should continue to support Zigbee and thread and likely will work with the multi-protocol approach - just untested.

The EFR32-MGM21 is more recent and is the same chip used in the Home Assistant Yellow, Sky Connect and the Sonoff-E. The model in TubesZB and the Yellow/Skyconnect has slightly higher specs - ram/flash compared to the one in the Sonoff-E. All can run Zigbee, Thread and the mulit-protocol stack from Silicon Labs.

Recently released from Silicon Labs is the EFR32-MGM24 which brings increased memory and flash storage when compared to the MG21, and a few other features likely not used in most environments when talking about home automation.

From TI, the cc2652p2 is a well supported radio for zigbee. It can also be flashed to be used with Thread and will work fine. There is no currently path from TI for multi-protocol Zigbee+Thread.

However Silicon Labs is working on contributing their solution to the open thread border router project. They essentially tag radio packets with the panid of the Zigbee or thread network to then pass on to a host process to send to OTBR or Zigbee. This may bring the feature to other manufacturer's radio chips, however the silicon labs multi-protocol would still drive the function with the host processor (cpcd and zigbeed an ezsp ncp host application for zigbee support)

Conclusion- all the current families of chips are well suited for the future of Zigbee and Thread or both.

tubeszb answered on June 16, 2023 store manager
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