With one coordinator hooked to an Arduino and an lcd and one end device. Sensor seems to work fine and is giving me a value of 435 which is about 44% humidity.
The sensor is connected to the Arduino or the XBee? Which Arduino (what voltage)?
Reading the sensor in place, connected to the Xbee I get a value of 435, which is correct.
So, now the sensor is connected to the XBee? How do you know what reading you are getting?
When I read the value received on the Xbee coordinator I get a value of 845, which is almost double what it should be.
Read it how?
What is the range limit of values the Xbee can transmit, is it 0 - 1045?
That upper limit doesn't look right. I'd expect a power of 2 (2, 4, 8, 16, ..., 256, 512, 1024, 2048, etc.).
Also, the value is a ratio based on the voltage read vs. the reference voltage. The reference voltage on the XBee is 3.3, while on the Arduino it is typically 5V or 3.3V, though other values can be used.
Anyone have any hints on what to look for
I'm looking for more details on how the sensor is connected/powered, and how the XBees are configured. And, which XBees they are.