Solarbotics Synapse SMA X-Change Bundle

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Want to try out a Synapse SNAP network where you have an Xbee network? Assemble this bundle and x-change your pre-existing Xbee hardware with this drop-in replacement.


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Get this complete kit for 30% off over buying separate items!

Want to try out a Synapse SNAP network where you have an Xbee network? Assemble this bundle and x-change your pre-existing Xbee hardware with this drop-in replacement! With this bundle, you can take advantage XBee-footprint hardware with the Synapse SNAP module.

This drop-in bundle allows your RF networks to get farther - up to 3 miles (4.8km) with the SMA antenna (line of sight, outdoors).

Synapse modules include an 8-bit microcontroller, with enough power to be used as a stand-alone RF link/controller solution. With this adapter, you can upgrade your already existing Xbee solution to a quickly programmable/long-range Synapse module can quite possibly reduce how much hardware you need for your application!

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