Member Since: February 17, 2009

Country: United States

  • Are these sold as a set or is the $0.95 for a single pin?

  • I've read that the xbee's can do some minor functions, respond to commands, if then statements, or somesuch. I cannot seem to find instructions (a 'how to') to program them to do this. Most of what I've found explains how to set the ID or baud rate, etc.. Can anyone direct me to a good source for programing instructions?

  • When I got mine, it was missing one of the SMD diodes. Too bad I didn't notice until after I fried it trying to find the problem. The company's website has the newer model, and no longer supports this model. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT.

  • I'm surprised that the source code doesn't use the Arduino IDE.

  • The Arduino FIO lends itself so well to a variety of uses, I'm surprised that there isn't a pelthroa of shields for it. I'm also surprised that Sparkfun hasn't added it to their Eagle.lbr

  • A variation of this board configured to handle RGB's with mosfets on board, and without the pull up resistors would sell. There are a lot of people that are doing DIY lighting, and it would address that demand.

  • Thank you for this! I am also looking forward to the 5v version. I was looking at the .brd file.. is the gnd solder pad next to Digital 13 connected? It doesn't appear to be.

  • Nice! I hope that this doesn't have the camera as part of the board. I'd like to be able to switch out cameras that have been modified to be sensitive to different light wavelengths (i.e. infrared, ultraviolet, etc..). Looking forward to getting my hands on one (or three) of these!

  • Until I read about this, I had never heard of Sparc. Now that I have, I will never buy, nor support any of their products, but I will continue to support SparkFun!

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