I have noticed that if I set a NI in the Zigbee module and do a node indentifier search, I always get back the NODE ID string missing the first character.
Eg, I set NI in the module to WATTAGE and...
Id #12911 | Release:
| Updated: May 9 at 12:13 PM by WeegieBoy | Created: May 9 at 9:57 AM by WeegieBoy
Hi. We tried to drive a C6820 module using mftoolkit library, but it seems that something is wrong in sources.
First of all, we couldn't find any _serialport.Open() call.
We also noted that _se...
Id #9951 | Release:
| Updated: Feb 14 at 7:10 PM by innovactive | Created: Nov 27, 2010 at 6:24 AM by innovactive
I just started a new project using XBee. I am sending a message from a
xbee connected to an arduino microcontroller to a xbee connected to my
I am writing the laptop application in C#, an...
Id #8201 | Release:
| Updated: Feb 14 at 7:10 PM by Ophoopfansegen | Created: Apr 29, 2010 at 2:24 PM by Ophoopfansegen
SerialPort port = new SerialPort("COM3", 9600, Parity.None, 8, StopBits.None);
port.Handshake = Handshake.XOnXOff; // From this we know we need to use AP=2
XBeeModule module = new XBeeModule(port...
Id #3703 | Release:
| Updated: Feb 14 at 7:10 PM by interactive | Created: Jan 29, 2009 at 8:59 PM by interactive
Test different XBee modules from Digi International: XBee 802.15.4, DigiMesh, ZigBee (PRO)
Id #3700 | Release:
| Updated: Feb 14 at 7:10 PM by interactive | Created: Jan 29, 2009 at 11:35 AM by interactive
I would like to have AT support and therefore change the way how XBee.cs is currently working. Instead I would add methods to the XBee class like this:
using(XBee xbee = new XBee("COM1", 9600)
Id #3242 | Release:
| Updated: Feb 14 at 7:10 PM by interactive | Created: Nov 12, 2008 at 3:02 PM by interactive