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Hi,

I've a little experience with XBee that suggests this might be possible, but I wanted to get some feedback here too...

I want to have a network of Series 2 XBees (routers, probably) receiving data broadcast from a coordinator modem.

So far so good.

But what I now want to be able to do is have a choice of 3 coordinator modems - only one on at a time, but to switch between them periodically. So, I'd have the network set up as described, power down one coordinator modem and power up a different one instead. Rinse and repeat. Is this possible? Will the network continue to function?

Thanks
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The S2 product manual has the answer on page 39:
http://ftp1.digi.com/support/documentation/90000976_K.pdf
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Brill - thanks!
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