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Member Since: April 3, 2007

Country: United States

  • I plugged my RF266 into my xbee explorer and it took me a little while to get things figured out. In particular, I wasn't thinking straight and just assumed the silkscreen on the explorer was correct. It means nothing for the RF266, so I made a little cheat sheet for it.

    The lucky thing about it is that the RSSI LED on it is accessible with SNAPpy pin 20. Just using the built-in writePin(20,1) will turn it on. You can naturally turn it off with writePin(20,0)... both things that are nice when trying to figure out if a script is running or not.

  • You get what you pay for. These buttons are awful. I had to dissect them just to get them to work. It took me a while to realize why my robot was behaving unpredictably and it was solely the fault of these buttons. DO NOT BUY.

No public wish lists :(