Purchased some 900hp's cause the in-city range on the s2b (zb pro) was crap.
But these are DOA!
We can get to the "bootloader", which is obviously not the same as the 'real' bootloader, since xctu won't see the nodes (not the classic version, not the latest version, not on linux host, not on win7 host).
If you follow the instructions in the datasheet, you can see the B/V/A/F archaic bootloader, so the module is getting power, but there's nothing in there ("A" gives "Unknown"), and I did the whole "F"...."C"...."C"....XModem upload "XBP9B_8074.ebin" thing, which did precisely....nothing.
So, I am correct that Digi is now selling a module that isn't backwards-compatible with any of their other modules, and isn't shipped with working firmware on it? Looks like this upgrade is anything but...