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XBee Pro Module - ZB Series 2 - 63mW with Wire Antenna - XBP24BZ7WIT-004

SKU: ADA967

$81.53 AUD, inc GST

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XBee Pro Module - ZB Series 2 - 63mW with Wire Antenna - XBP24BZ7WIT-004
81.53 AUD

SKU: ADA967

$81.53 AUD, inc GST
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Adafruit now carries the Series 2 XBee "ZigBee" modules. This is the PRO Series 2 ZigBee protocol 63mW with wire antenna. Its good for point-to-point, multipoint and mesh networks. This module is a little more difficult to get going than the Series 1 - you must set up a "coordinator" module so they are not as plug-and-play. Adafruit suggests  this module for those who are following the Building Wireless Sensor Network book as it focuses on Series 2. 

Series 2 modules cannot talk to Series 1 modules so if you already have some S1 type XBees you may want to stick with them. The S2 modules are not necessarily 'better' than S1 for many projects. They're just different as they use the "ZigBee" wireless stack instead of the 802.15.4. This makes them better for low power usage and advanced users who want a mesh topology (many XBees in a spread-out configuration) - but they are more difficult to use for basic point-to-point setups. 

The pins on an XBee are 2mm spacing, not 0.1" so they will not fit into a breadboard. For that reason, they work best in Adafruit's XBee adapter module kit (which has a 250mA 3.3V regulator) or with the USB XBee adapter. 

This module comes with a wire antenna, its the same price as a chip antenna but 50% more range because of the improved antenna, awesome!

Technical Details

Details:

  • TX Peak Current: 205mA
  • RX Current: 47 mA (@3.3 V)
  • Power-down Current: < 3.5 μA
  • Indoor/Urban: up to 300 ft (90 m)
  • Outdoor line-of-sight: up to 2 miles (3200 m)
  • Transmit Power: 63mW (18dBm)
  • Receiver Sensitivity: -102 dBm
  • Dimensions: 24mm x 33mm x 9mm (0.94in x 1.3in x 0.3in)
  • 3.91g ( 0.14oz)


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Documentation and Resources:
  • How to network XBee and the Arduino
  • Want to setup a wireless XBee network between some Arduinos and your PC? We're going to show you how. We will be using Series 1 XBee modules alongside some XBee Explorer USB modules from Sparkfun to set up our own Personal Area Network (PAN). All the...
  • What are Xbee Modules?
  • Wi-Fi, as we know it, is a form of wireless communication based on the 802.11 standards as outlined by the IEEE (the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). If you're paying attention to it, you'll notice an appendage to this standard tha...

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Documentation and Resources:
  • How to network XBee and the Arduino
  • Want to setup a wireless XBee network between some Arduinos and your PC? We're going to show you how. We will be using Series 1 XBee modules alongside some XBee Explorer USB modules from Sparkfun to set up our own Personal Area Network (PAN). All the...
  • What are Xbee Modules?
  • Wi-Fi, as we know it, is a form of wireless communication based on the 802.11 standards as outlined by the IEEE (the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). If you're paying attention to it, you'll notice an appendage to this standard tha...

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