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I need to connect a soil moisture sensor http://www.ebay.com/itm/Soil-Hygrometer-Humidity-Detection-Module-Soil-Moisture-Sensor-For-Arduino-/390662605851?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5af54e4c1b
to a analog input of Xbee Serie 2 .

The question:

The soil moisture sensor gives 0 to 5V, but the analog input of Xbee only can receive 0 to 1.2V.

What should I do for accurate measurement ? only a resistor divider?

Please give me solutions! =)
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Use this PCB that i designed
The V1.1 NANO M.F can receive input from a variety of sensors and has its own Temperature And Humidity Sensor.
Also 2 Relays for controlling lights, motors, and other actuators.
V1.1 NANO M.F Features
ATMEGA328P-AU TQFP-32 ATMEL Microcontroller
ICSP Socket for programing
12v dc Power Supply
USB Power Supply
2x Relays for external control
Xbee module socket
4way dip switch
Rest button
I2C Socket
DHT22 Digital Temperature And Humidity Sensor
FT232RL USB to 232 Serial adapter module
SD Card Module
RTC clock with 3V Battery


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