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The XBee Explorer Regulated takes care of the 3.3V regulation, signal conditioning, and basic activity indicators (Power, RSSI and DIN/DOUT activity LEDs). This makes it SO much easier to start playing with XBee!
This adapter board is designed to make adding wireless point-to-point or mesh networking easy. Adafruit looked at all the XBee adapter boards available and decided to design something better.
The low-power XBee 802.15.4 and extended-range XBee-PRO 802.15.4 use the IEEE 802.15.4 networking protocol for fast point-to-multipoint or peer-to-peer networking.
Includes all the components you need to plug the XBee Board into your Make Controller, and interface with sensors and actuators directly.
The PICAXE Connect board lets you hook up a Digi XBee module or LocSense GPS module to your PICAXE or (using a MAX3232 chip) a computer.
This new revision fixes some minor spacing and labeling issues, but functionality remains the same. The XBee Shield simplifies the task of interfacing an XBee with your Arduino.
Ever want to change the species of your RF modules? Now you can evolve your XBees into Synapses! Well that doesn't really make sense but, hey, it doesn't change the fact that you can now do it with this kit!
Want to try Synapse, but only have XBee hardware? HAH - Synapse thought of that with their new RF266PC1. Synapse power in an XBee footprint!
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