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Qtechknow

Hi all,
When I was trying to configure my xbees (2 AT routers)  I went into moltosenso and tried to configure them.  I do know how to use the program, though.  The xbee explorer wouldn't even recognize!  I went into Coolterm and the same thing happened.  Any ideas?

Oh, and by the way, I bricked these XBees before and used "Restoring Your Broken XBee" tutorial from instructables.  That tutorial was made by me.

PaulS

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When I was trying to configure my xbees (2 AT routers)  I went into moltosenso and tried to configure them.

THE program for configuring your undefined XBees is X-CTU. Why are you not using it?

Why are you not telling us what XBees you have?

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The xbee explorer wouldn't even recognize!

What did you expect the hardware to recognize? A map of South America?

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I bricked these XBees before and used "Restoring Your Broken XBee" tutorial from instructables.  That tutorial was made by me.

We're painfully aware of the quality control that instructables performs. Yours might be the exception, but, without a link, it's hard to say.

moltosenso

Hi,

there is a user manual for the moltosenso Network Manager IRON:
http://db.tt/KEi96BPB

Give it a chance! It's really easy to use and is cross-platform!

Regards.
moltosenso team

Skype: moltosenso
E-mail: info <[ATyesAT]> moltosenso <[DOTandONLYaDOT]> com

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