Member Since: November 5, 2010

Country: United States

  • I think Bob is just talking about a comparison of USB/UART adapters. After all, you do have this and 7 other s not counting 11736 that this product is replacing…and these are just the ones I could quickly find: 9716, 9873, 10275, 12731, 12935, 13746, 11814.

  • Kudos to you guys for making this decision/investment. As an IT manager, I cringe any time I see someone that has been trained (by usually well-meaning folks) to ignore security warnings when they usually don’t have the skill to tell if there is really a problem or not. Self-signed SSL certs are just as bad a problem as unsigned drivers.

  • I was thinking the same thing. I bet it is just an error in the text. In the photos, the USB connector shell is labeled “FTDI 3.3V”

  • The Arduino Uno uses the same micro for USB and it’s description says this:
    “…no drivers needed for Linux or Mac (inf file for Windows is needed)…"
    I can’t see why this would be any different.

  • The schematic link is actually linked to the datasheet.

  • This module is a transceiver and will support two way communication with another identical model (or any other series 1 model). The XBee Explorer USB page has a chart that breaks down the various models.

No public wish lists :(