What is an XBee Pro used for?
They are designed for high-throughput applications requiring low latency and predictable communication timing. “ So basically XBee is Digi’s own Zigbee based protocol. In layman’s term they are wicked cool, and fairly easy to use wireless modules.
What is the range of XBee pro?
up to 28 miles
Supporting RF line-of-sight ranges up to 28 miles* (with high-gain antennas), and data rates of up to 200 Kbps, these modules are ideal for extended-range applications requiring increased data throughput.
What is XBee frequency?
XBee frequency affects range, and it also affects the location where you can deploy your application due to regulation differences between countries. Modules with different frequencies cannot be mixed on the same network. Developers can support frequencies including: 2.4 GHz. 902 – 928 MHz.
Is XBee a WIFI?
The XBee Wi-Fi embedded module brings the popular Digi XBee platform to Digi Remote Manager, allowing developers to build cloud-connected Wi-Fi products quicker and more efficiently than ever before.
What does XBee stand for?
XBee is a brand name that refers to a family of devices from Digi International. Digi XBee radio modules share common form factors, a standard host interface, supporting tools and software, and a group of protocols to select from including Wi-Fi, LTE cellular, DigiMesh® as well as Zigbee.
Is XBee a Bluetooth?
Your Digi XBee 3 radio module now has Bluetooth activated and will allow secure connections from the XBee Mobile application. You can leave the XBIB evaluation board connected to the computer for power, or change to a portable USB battery power supply to go fully wireless.
How far can XBee communicate?
Its low power consumption limits transmission distances to 10–100 meters line-of-sight, depending on power output and environmental characteristics. Zigbee devices can transmit data over long distances by passing data through a mesh network of intermediate devices to reach more distant ones.
What is Z wave frequency?
Z-Wave is a wireless radio frequency technology which operates at 908.42 MHz (in the US & Canada) that lets smart devices talk to and connect with one another.