XBee-PRO 868 modules are long-range embedded RF modules providing end-point device connectivity for European applications. Supporting RF line-of-sight distances up to 80 km, these modules are ideal for challenging wireless environments where RF penetration and transmission distance are critical to the application. Only for use in EUROPE. SMA-RP Version.
Note: This item is not intended for Waspmote, check this kit instead.
|RF Data Rate||24 Kbps (limited to 10% duty cycle)|
|Indoor/Urban Range||Up to 1800 ft (550 m)|
|Outdoor/RF Line-of-Sight Range||Up to 25 miles (40 km) with dipole antenna
Up to 10 miles (16 km) with dipole antenna (13.7 dBm) - Italy only
|Transmit Power||1 mW (0 dBm) to 315 mW (+25 dBm)|
|Receiver Sensitivity (1% PER)||-112 dBm|
|Serial Data Interface||3.3V CMOS Serial UART|
|Configuration Method||API and AT commands|
|Frequency Band||868 MHz ISM|
|Interference Immunity||Multiple transmissions, acknowledgements|
|Serial Data Rate||1.2 Kbps to 230.4 Kbps (nonstandard rates available)|
|ADC Inputs||Coming in future firmware revisions|
|Digital I/O||Coming in future firmware revisions|
Networking & Security
|Reliable Packet Delivery||Retries/Acknowledgments|
|Addressing Options||Network ID, 32-bit address|
|Supply Voltage||3.0 – 3.6 VDC|
|Transmit Current||500 mA typical at 3.3V (800 mA max)|
|Receive Current||65 mA typical|
|Power-Down Current||Coming in future firmware revisions|
|ETSI (Europe)||Yes (Italy 25 mW max)|
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