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How to physically connect xbee wifi s6b to arduino to transfer data to xbee?

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Hello! I'm a student whose unfamiliar with xbee wifi s6b, we attempting to build a wireless digital multimeter but because in our design project we will use xbee wifi s6b to transfer data that we gathered from a digital multimeter to a Smart Phone. We used Arduino as our microcontroller to gathered the output data from the DMM and pass it to Xbee Wifi for transmission. I tried to search on how I can send data to xbee wifi from arduino but I only saw on how to transfer it wirelessly using 2 board of arduino and xbee wifi using a xbee shield. I am confuse on on how really I can transfer send data from Arduino to Xbee for to complete the transmission.

Can someone help me to solve this problem. Thank you so much! God bless!
asked Aug 1, 2016 in Other/Legacy by alexes New to the Community (0 points)

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for your application u just need 4 pins to connect
1. Vcc
2. Gnd
3. Tx
4. Rx
that's enough for the communication from the your controller i think so try it
answered Aug 3, 2016 by csreddy Seasoned Professional (195 points)
Thank you for answering my question much appreciated. I can't find tx and rx on xbee s6b module? Do I need a another module for that?
see the  xbee wifi user manual page no 17 for pin detail is there