What is XBee pro?

What is XBee pro?

Digi XBee-PRO® 900HP embedded modules provide best-in-class range wireless connectivity to devices. They take advantage of the DigiMesh® networking protocol, featuring dense network operation and support for sleeping routers, and are also available in a proprietary point-to-multipoint configuration.

Is XBee the same as Zigbee?

XBee is a family of radio modules and is a registered trademark of Digi International. Zigbee is a wireless communications protocol and a registered trademark of the Zigbee Alliance. Many people confuse these two names because both are involved in radio networking and have “Bee” in their branding.

What is the difference between XBee and XBee PRO?

This is the Pro (higher-power) version of the popular XBee! This module is series #1 (802.15.4 protocol) 60mW wireless module, good for point-to-point, multipoint and convertible to a mesh network point. These are much more powerful than the plain XBee modules, great for when you need more range.

What is the XBee module?

The world-renowned XBee module is part of a family of cellular modems and RF modules that provide ultimate flexibility for IoT application developers, with three programmable form factors, and a range of popular wireless protocols. The XBee family also includes IoT gateways and management tools to connect, monitor and manage your XBee network.

Can I use my XBee ZB in the US?

XBee ZB product page – The product page for the current Series2ish module. Government Regulations – Wireless communication has different restrictions in different countries. The ones we sell are all fine for use in the US, but for more information check out Digi’s information on what XBees are acceptable where.

What are XBees and how do they work?

XBees are tiny blue chips that can communicate wirelessly with each other. They can do simple things like replacing a couple of wires in serial communication, which is nice when you want to make a remote for your paintball vehicle. But which of the dozen or so modules do you want?