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 Post subject: XBee Development kit....Still on the shelf!
PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2012 11:23 am 
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I have one XBee Professional Developer Kit XB24-PDK available.
I was involved in a project a while back that went bust. This kit is complete and for the most part unused

Check out the kit description on-line but some of the contents are:
2 - XBee Pro Transceivers
3 - Xbee Transceivers
2 - 1/2 Wave dipole antennas
2 - Antenna adapters
4 - XBee RS232 Development Boards
1- XBee USB Development board
4 - AC International power adapters for RS-232 boards
3 - 9V Battery adapters
Documentation, Software, cables and 4 Sparkfun XBee breakout boards that convert XBee footprint to breadboard pattern.

This kit is currently listed at Digi-Key for $339.00
Any offers?
Len



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 Post subject: Re: XBee Development kit....Still on the shelf!
PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2017 4:04 pm 
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This still on the shelf, and any non-embarrassing offer would be accepted!
I'll didn't use it, and probably will never use it.
I need that tiny bit of shelf space back!



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 Post subject: Re: XBee Development kit....Still on the shelf!
PostPosted: Fri Aug 11, 2017 3:06 pm 
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Hi Len,
What kind of range is reasonable for these transceivers, using simple dipole antennas? What frequency are they on?
Thanks!
John


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 Post subject: Re: XBee Development kit....Still on the shelf!
PostPosted: Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:42 pm 
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Hi John,
By no means am I a Xbee expert.
This evaluation kit was obtained to prototype a design that never matured. I did set up a link to prove the concept but no other testing
was really done. I would estimate the total power on time of two of the modules was only a few hours and the rest were never powered.
I suggest you go to the Digi site to see if your answers are there.
And yes, I still have the evaluation kit☺



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