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Hi there,
targeting XBee 1mW Serie 1 for my project (one will be a remote device, the other one connected to the computer via XBee Explorer board, I'd like to know if with Serie 1 I need to configure one as a coordinator and the other a router or not ?!

I'm confused about this.

Any leads or advices would be very appreciated smiley
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I'm confused about this.
I don't see how or why. The options to configure point to point models as router, coordinators, or end devices do not even exist.
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Serie2 are the other model for which this exists ?
If the answer is yes, that will definitively unconfuse me  smiley-cool
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Serie2 are the other model for which this exists ?
If the answer is yes, that will definitively unconfuse me
Yes. Only mesh network models can be configured as nodes in a mesh network.
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This page confused me
www.digi.com/support/kbase/kbaseresultdetl?id=2213

But indeed mesh required something particular for series1... And I don't need that, so

Thanks  to have un confused me!
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