Examples & Guides

XBee Rock, Paper, Scissors Would you like to be able to play automated Rock, Paper, Scissors electronically and wirelessly? This project uses... VIEW PROJECT Low-Voltage Detection Example In this post we'll show you how to use the Low Voltage Detection (LVD) feature of the Programmable XBee to print a... VIEW PROJECT Push Button Example: XBee Wi-Fi This example uses a simple tactile switch however the very same circuit can be used with a pressure mat to detect... VIEW PROJECT LED Example: XBee Wi-Fi Making an LED illuminate is one of the first things many people do when they start learning electronics. It's also... VIEW PROJECT Temperature Example: XBee Wi-Fi Measuring temperature is a popular way to get started with analog sensing. This example uses the TMP36 low-voltage... VIEW PROJECT Using Programmable XBee in DIO In this post, we are going to change the XBee module included in the XBee Digital I/O Adapter (DIO) for a... VIEW PROJECT Connecting a Capacitive Touch Keypad to the Programmable XBee In this post we are going to show you how to connect a capacitive touch keypad to your Programmable XBee module. VIEW PROJECT Connect a Character LCD to a Programmable Digi XBee In this example, we will look at how to use the Programmable XBee module to control a character LCD. This example... VIEW PROJECT Cymbal Monkey Need your alerts noticed? How about a crash of cymbals followed by the insistent screeching of an agitated ape? It... VIEW PROJECT See the Light: New Digi XBee Example This post shows the light example connected to the panel meter example. VIEW PROJECT XBee Scent Generator What does information smell like? Now you can savor the bouquet of your data with an XBee Scent Generator. We show... VIEW PROJECT Sensing Light Levels with a Photocell Photocells are a popular component in electronics projects; they let you sense light levels. In this tutorial, you'll... VIEW PROJECT
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