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Member Since: January 17, 2013

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  • Product COM-11323 | about 11 months ago

    Mike, just wanted to let you know that I got it to work with the Xbee. Only problem I’ve run into is distance. Currently I can only cover a 3ft gap between computer and xbee. Even then the connection is sketchy at best. I am using a 12V inverter with a 9v battery into the “Batt In” JST connection. So I’m wondeirn if this is the place to ask how to solve this or if I need to ask Digi? Although I’m not sure if i’m doing something wrong with wiring it on the Sequencer.

  • Product COM-11323 | last year

    Hey Mike, Thanks for all the help. I’m working through your code. I’m wondering how to incorporate the Xbee’s. I’ve tried multiple different sources, but Once you have the header pins on and such. Do you program the Sequencer to share the RX/TX lines like in the example at this website?

    http://cs.smith.edu/dftwiki/index.php/Tutorial:_Arduino_and_XBee_Communication

    I just can’t seem to wrap my head around combining the two. I think I’ve tried searching the internet in many forms for communication. But I think I'ma t the point where I’m getting everything jumbled together.

    Any clarification you might have would be greatly appreciated.

  • Product COM-11323 | about a year ago

    Really great tutorial!

    Just wondering if this is hard programmed into the Arduino and just left on it’s own? Is it possible to do this but with an Xbee wired directly to your computer(FDI to USB) and then the other Xbee on your module?

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