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XBee ZigBee PRO S2B 63 mW Wire Antenna - Series 2

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Quick Overview

The XBP24BZ7WIT-004 module is part of the XBee ZB family which provides ZigBee level interoperability with ZigBee devices from other vendors. This hardware is only compatible with other ZB XBee modules; it is not compatible with the XBee 802.15.4.

XBee ZigBee PRO S2B 63 mW Wire Antenna - Series 2

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The XBP24BZ7WIT-004 module is part of the XBee ZB family which provides ZigBee level interoperability with ZigBee devices from other vendors. This hardware is only compatible with other ZB XBee modules; it is not compatible with the XBee 802.15.4.

How else do the ZB XBee modules differ from 802.15.4 ZB:

  • Is compatible only with ZB family
  • Sold by Parallax only in the popular wire antenna format. 802.15.4 is offered with wire antenna or chip antenna.
  • Slightly longer communication distance:  300 feet and up to two miles line of sight for the 1.25 mW and 63 mW modules respectively
  • Maximum baud rate is higher at up to 1 Mbps
  • Slightly lower power consumption than 802.15.4
  • Two less A/D I/Os and two more digital I/Os than 802.15.4

The most common factor in determining whether to use ZB is the potential need to tie-in with other ZigBee-compatible networks. If this is not a requirement, 802.15.4 may be perfectly suitable for your project. Still having trouble deciding whether to use 802.15.4 or ZB? Take a look at our XBee Comparison Chart.

Because the XBee modules have 2 mm pin spacing, we recommend one of our adapter boards for each module. Our adapter boards provide several advantages to the XBee modules such breadboard-friendly standard 0.1 inch pin spacing, mounting holes, and easy-to-solder connections. Even if you are communicating point-to-point without a PC, we still recommend that you always have at least one XBee USB Adapter Board (# 32400) so you can easily configure and test each XBee module prior to putting it in a point-to-point application.

Features:

  • Parallax support
  • Wire antenna
  • Cross-compatibility with other ZB modules
  • Low-power sleep modes
  • 300 ft (90 m) indoor/urban range and 2 miles (3200 m) outdoor line-of-sight range
  • Configured with API or AT commands, local or over the air
  • 10 digital I/O and (4) 10-bit ADC inputs

Adapter Boards:

Application Ideas:

  • Remote controlled Boe-Bot robot
  • Wireless data acquisition
  • Remote signal beacon for adventure seekers
  • Remote industrial monitoring
  • Lighting control
  • Keyless entry

Key Specifications:

  • 1200 bps – 1 Mbps interface data rate
  • 2.4 GHz frequency band (accepted world-wide)
  • Industrial temperature rating (-40C to 85C)
  • Transmit power 60 mW (+ 18 dBm)
  • Supply voltage 2.7-3.6 VDC; transmit current 220 mA; receive current 62 mA
  • Power-down current
  • 3.3V CMOS UART interface level
  • Wire antenna dimensions: Height: 1.06 inches, Diameter at Base: 1.07 inches, Diameter at Widest Point of Tip: 0.124 inches. Antenna is a solder mount, wire can be bent at 90 degrees 1/8" from base.

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Note: Also see XBee Comparison Chart for side-by-side specification comparisons.

Downloads & Resources:
XBee Transceiver AT-API Object (OBEX)
Digi XBee Product Documentation (Off Site)
X-CTU Configuration Utility (Off Site)

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