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XBee™/XBee-PRO™ OEM RF Modules
XBee/XBee-PRO OEM RF Modules
RF Module Operation
RF Module Configuration
Appendices

Product Manual v1.xAx - 802.15.4 Protocol
For OEM RF Module Part Numbers: XB24-...-001, XBP24-...-001

IEEE® 802.15.4 OEM RF Modules by MaxStream

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Lindon, UT 84042
Phone: (801) 765-9885
Fax: (801) 765-9895
rf-xperts@maxstream.net
www.MaxStream.net (live chat support)

M100232
2007.05.031

XBee/XBee‐PRO™ OEM RF Modules ‐ 802.15.4 ‐ v1.xAx [2007.05.031]

© 2007 MaxStream, Inc. All rights reserved
The contents of this manual may not be transmitted or reproduced in any form or  by any means without the written permission of MaxStream, Inc. XBee™ and XBee‐PRO™ are trademarks of MaxStream, Inc.

Technical Support: 

Phone: (801) 765‐9885
Live Chat: www.maxstream.net
E‐mail: rf‐xperts@maxstream.net

© 2007 MaxStream, Inc.

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XBee/XBee‐PRO™ OEM RF Modules ‐ 802.15.4 ‐ v1.xAx [2007.05.031]

C ontents
1. XBee/XBee-PRO OEM RF Modules
1.1. Key Features

4

1.2. Specifications

Appendix A: Agency Certifications
United States (FCC)

1.1.1. Worldwide Acceptance

4

FCC Notices
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6

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Europe (ETSI)

7

1.6. Electrical Characteristics

8

Restrictions
9

2.1.1. UART Data Flow

9

2.1.2. Transparent Operation
2.1.3. API Operation

Canada (IC)
Japan

10

2.1.4. Flow Control

2.2. ADC and Digital I/O Line Support
2.2.1. I/O Data Format
2.2.2. API Support

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13

External Interface

2.2.5. Sample Rate (Interval)

13

RS-232 Pin Signals
Wiring Diagrams

14

2.2.7. Configuration Example

Adapters

14

2.3. XBee/XBee-PRO Networks

2.3.2. NonBeacon (w/ Coordinator)

X-CTU Software

16

2.4. XBee/XBee-PRO Addressing

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Ordering Information
Contact MaxStream

22

2.5.4. Command Mode

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3.1. Programming the RF Module
3.1.1. Programming Examples
3.3. Command Descriptions

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3.2. Command Reference Tables

26

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3.4.1. API Frame Specifications
3.4.2. API Types

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1-Year Warranty

20

3. RF Module Configuration

3.4. API Operation

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Appendix C: Additional Information

20

2.5.2. Transmit/Receive Modes
2.5.3. Sleep Mode

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Serial Communications Software
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2.5. Modes of Operation
2.5.1. Idle Mode

Installation

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2.4.2. Broadcast Mode

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USB Pin Signals

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External Interface

15

2.4.1. Unicast Mode

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USB Development Board

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RS-232 Development Board

13

2.2.4. DIO Pin Change Detect

2.3.3. Association

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Appendix B: Development Guide

Interfacing Options

2.2.6. I/O Line Passing

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Development Kit Contents

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2.2.3. Sleep Support

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Labeling Requirements

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Labeling Requirements

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Declarations of Conformity
Approved Antennas

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OEM Labeling Requirements

2. RF Module Operation

2.3.1. NonBeacon

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FCC-Approved Antennas (2.4 GHz)

1.4. Mounting Considerations

2.1. Serial Communications

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OEM Labeling Requirements

5

1.3. Mechanical Drawings
1.5. Pin Signals

4

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© 2007 MaxStream, Inc. 

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1. XBee/XBee‐PRO OEM RF Modules
The XBee and XBee-PRO OEM RF Modules were engineered
to meet IEEE 802.15.4 standards and support the unique
needs of low-cost, low-power wireless sensor networks.
The modules require minimal power and provide reliable
delivery of data between devices.
The modules operate within the ISM 2.4 GHz frequency
band and are pin-for-pin compatible with each other.

1.1. Key Features
Long Range Data Integrity
XBee

Low Power
XBee

• Indoor/Urban: up to 100’ (30 m)

• TX Current: 45 mA (@3.3 V)

• Outdoor line-of-sight: up to 300’ (100 m)

• RX Current: 50 mA (@3.3 V)

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