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Hello everyone, my XBee is supplied with 3,3 volts / 0 volts from arduino pins plus two LEDs in the pins 13 and 15 and my platform arduino is connected to the computer.
For the software part, here is the changes i made in the X-CTU:
Modem: XB24-ZB (Since i have the XBee module 2 mW Wire Antenna - Series 2 ZB)
Version: 20A7
Then i just changed the PAN ID to ' 3001 '.
The LEDs are just off and both of them have the long leg at the pin 13 and 15 and the short at GND.
Both indicator LEDs should blink since the COORDINATOR AT should create a network, am i wrong?
Both LEDs are just off and i have no clue of what i'm doing wrong.
Thank you for your time.
asked Jun 4, 2013 in XCTU by Vrgds New to the Community (2 points)

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Assuming that you can still read the radios parameters, you may want to check the AI to see if it is associated.

Are you using an Arduino shield? If you tried to update the firmware (or write your parameters with the 'always update firmware' checked you may have disabled the module which then could only be recovered by re-writing the firmware using an interface board that has all the necessary pin connections.

answered Jun 6, 2013 by Jay Community Contributor (65 points)