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Xbee ZigBee SMT 250kbps 1200m RF Module w/ U.Fl Antenna Conn

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XBee ZB embedded SMT RF modules provide cost-effective wireless connectivity to end-point devices in ZigBee mesh networks. They require no configuration or additional development; users can have their network up and running in a matter of minutes. Programmable versions of the SMT module make customizing ZigBee application easy, even without wireless design expertise. Features like binding and multicasting also allow for simple integration into a Home Automation device.   Features: Interoperability with ZigBee devices from other vendors Firmware upgrades via UART, SPI or over the air Supports binding and multicasting, for easy integration into a Home Automation platform SMT form factor with side Castellations for easy soldering Programmable ZigBee SMT available   Specification? Data Rate: RF 250 Kbps, Serial up to 1 Mbps Indoor/Urban Range: 200 ft (60 m) Outdoor/RF Line-of-Sight Range: 4000 ft (1200 m) Transmit Power: 3.1 mW (+5 dBm) / 6.3 mW (+8 dBm) boost mode Receiver Sensitivity: (1% PER) -100 dBm / -102 dBm boost mode Serial Data Interface: UART, SPI Configuration Method: API or AT commands, local or over-the-air Frequency Band: ISM 2.4 GHz Interference Immunity: DSSS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum) ADC Inputs: (4) 10-bit ADC inputs Digital I/O: 15 Antenna Options: PCB (embeded), U.FL and RF PAD Operating Temperature: -40° C to +85° C Dimensions (L x W) and Weight: 0.87 in x 1.33 in x 0.12 in (2.20 cm x 3.40 cm x 0.30 cm); 1.40 oz (40.00g) Memory: N/A CPU/Clock Speed: N/A   Networking and Security: Protocol: ZigBee PRO 2007, HA-Ready with support for binding/multicasting Encryption: 128-bit AES Reliable Packet Delivery: Retries/Acknowledgments IDs: PAN ID and addresses, cluster IDs and endpoints (optional) Channels: 16 channels   Power Requirements: Supply Voltage: 2.1 to 3.6V Transmit Current: 33 mA @ 3.3 VDC /45 mA boost Receive Current: 28 mA @ 3.3 VDC /31 mA boost mode Power-Down Current: < 1 uA @ 2

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XBee ZB embedded SMT RF modules provide cost-effective wireless connectivity to end-point devices in ZigBee mesh networks. They require no configuration or additional development; users can have their network up and running in a matter of minutes. Programmable versions of the SMT module make customizing ZigBee application easy, even without wireless design expertise. Features like binding and multicasting also allow for simple integration into a Home Automation device.   Features: Interoperability with ZigBee devices from other vendors Firmware upgrades via UART, SPI or over the air Supports binding and multicasting, for easy integration into a Home Automation platform SMT form factor with side Castellations for easy soldering Programmable ZigBee SMT available   Specification? Data Rate: RF 250 Kbps, Serial up to 1 Mbps Indoor/Urban Range: 200 ft (60 m) Outdoor/RF Line-of-Sight Range: 4000 ft (1200 m) Transmit Power: 3.1 mW (+5 dBm) / 6.3 mW (+8 dBm) boost mode Receiver Sensitivity: (1% PER) -100 dBm / -102 dBm boost mode Serial Data Interface: UART, SPI Configuration Method: API or AT commands, local or over-the-air Frequency Band: ISM 2.4 GHz Interference Immunity: DSSS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum) ADC Inputs: (4) 10-bit ADC inputs Digital I/O: 15 Antenna Options: PCB (embeded), U.FL and RF PAD Operating Temperature: -40° C to +85° C Dimensions (L x W) and Weight: 0.87 in x 1.33 in x 0.12 in (2.20 cm x 3.40 cm x 0.30 cm); 1.40 oz (40.00g) Memory: N/A CPU/Clock Speed: N/A   Networking and Security: Protocol: ZigBee PRO 2007, HA-Ready with support for binding/multicasting Encryption: 128-bit AES Reliable Packet Delivery: Retries/Acknowledgments IDs: PAN ID and addresses, cluster IDs and endpoints (optional) Channels: 16 channels   Power Requirements: Supply Voltage: 2.1 to 3.6V Transmit Current: 33 mA @ 3.3 VDC /45 mA boost Receive Current: 28 mA @ 3.3 VDC /31 mA boost mode Power-Down Current: < 1 uA @ 2

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