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by plidauer
Fri May 09, 2014 7:03 pm
Forum: Bee series & WSN
Topic: Wifi Bee v2.0 + Grove - XBee Carrier
Replies: 4
Views: 4805

Re: Wifi Bee v2.0 + Grove - XBee Carrier

Answering my own question: You made a mistake in your wifi bee wiki. On the XBee Carrier the pins for PD5 and PD6 are on the wrong side. To get to the IO Port you have to use the ONLY pins PC2 and PC3 ON THE WIFI BEE which are connected to the pins PD6 and PD5 on the XBEE CARRIER. I had to look into...
by plidauer
Fri May 09, 2014 6:43 pm
Forum: Bee series & WSN
Topic: Wifi Bee v2.0 + Grove - XBee Carrier
Replies: 4
Views: 4805

Re: Wifi Bee v2.0 + Grove - XBee Carrier

Ok I figured out, it wasn't possible. So I bought two pieces of the old Wifi Bee V1 with an Atmega328P. The I2P port on my Grove XBee Carrier works just fine but the IO port doesn't. Whatever I do, the PD5 pin won't get HIGH. Nothing is broken, because I have two XBee Carrier and two Wifi Bees with ...
by plidauer
Wed May 07, 2014 3:16 am
Forum: Bee series & WSN
Topic: Wifi Bee v2.0 + Grove - XBee Carrier
Replies: 4
Views: 4805

Wifi Bee v2.0 + Grove - XBee Carrier

Hi Seeed staff! Simple question: is it possible to use the Grove XBee Carrier with the new Wifi Bee v2 standalone AND use the two grove connectors with e.g. a vibration motor and a buzzer? I know that with the RN171 it is possible to gather and transmit sensor data but are the sensor pins linked wit...