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LCD Text Display for XBee

Words are how humans communicate. An inexpensive LCD text display can be the most economical way to make your project talk to people, and it’s easy to make a wireless one with an XBee radio. Build this example using an

Joystick for XBee Example

Join a joystick to your XBee radio for a terrific way to add movement to your projects, sending anything you like in different directions. You can achieve full wireless control of household robots, industrial equipment, safety cameras…even stratosphere-seeking weather balloons.

Say it Proud with XBee Panel Meter

Want to impress your date? Make a muscle measuring love meter! Or perhaps you’re a business genius and prefer to quantify your cash. Either way, you’ve got to have a panel meter to indicate your achievements. The latest tutorial from

XBee Example: Making Money with a Coin Acceptor

Earn some income using this latest XBee Example that shows how to easily connect an XBee radio to one of Adafruit’s nifty coin acceptors. It’s part of our efforts to document how to create all kinds of interesting XBee inputs, outputs

XBee Example for Feeling the Force

The newest tutorial on Digi’s XBee Examples site teaches you to create a wireless force sensor or FSR. The force sensor sends out a signal that varies depending upon how hard you press on it. It can be used to measure

New XBee Examples Site

Our brand new XBee Examples project site just went live! Check out  the first tutorials that Matt Richardson and I’ve published on Digi’s instructional library site: examples.digi.com. Right now I’ve got a big pile of different sensors, lights, motors, scent emitters and more on

Maker Faire XBee Garage Demo

Jordan Husney and I created an electrically-operated scale model garage to demonstrate the XBee-iDigi Garage Door Opener for one of the projects we’ll be featuring at the Digi booth for Bay Area Maker Faire 2012 this weekend. It’s an example

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