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Digi XBee Family Features Comparison

RF Line of Development Kit RF Data Current Hardware Reference # /


Family Frequency Protocol Description
Sight Range
Form Factor
Part Numbers Rate Draw Tx/Rx Chipset(s)
Certified Regions

IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n with S6B


easy provisioning and 1 to 309 mA / SiLabs EFM32LG230 ARM
Digi XBee Wi-Fi point-to-multipoint device
N/A XKA2B-WFT-0
72 Mbps 100 mA M3 MCU, Atheros AR4100
US, CA, EU, AU, JP
connectivity Transceiver

Digi XBee DigiMesh networking,


4000 ft (1200 m)
33mA / US, CA, EU, AUS/
DigiMesh 2.4 DigiMesh low-cost, low-power 28mA NZ, BR, JP
XK-WDM
Digi XBee-PRO Extended-range DigiMesh 2 miles (3200 m)
120 mA /
US, CA, AU, NZ, BR
DigiMesh 2.4 31 mA

Through-Hole
low cost, low power
Proprietary 33mA / US, CA, EU, AUS/
Digi XBee 802.15.4

802.15.4
point-to-multipoint device 4000 ft (1.2 km)
28mA NZ, BR, JP
connectivity
S2C
XKB2-A2T-WWC
SiLabs EM357 SoC
2.4 GHz
Digi XBee-PRO
Point to multipoint extended
2 miles (3.2 km) Surface Mount 120mA /
US, CA, AU, NZ, BR
802.15.4 range version
250 Kbps
31 mA

ZigBee mesh networking, 33mA / US, CA, EU, AUS/


Digi XBee ZigBee ZigBee Pro low-cost, low-power
4000 ft / 1.2 km XKB2-Z7T-WZM
28mA NZ, BR, JP

Digi XBee-PRO Extended-range ZigBee 2 miles / 3.2 km XKA2C-Z7T-U


120 mA /
US, CA, AU, NZ, BR
ZigBee 31 mA

ZigBee Pro

ZigBee protocol (upgradable


Digi XBee ZigBee - to Thread protocol) low cost, 4000 ft (1.2km) XKB2-Z7T-WTZM
33mA / S2D
US, CA, EU
Thread
Thread Ready low power Surface Mount
28mA SiLabs EM3587 SoC

XKB9-DMT-UHP (US/CA) S3B


Extended-range peer-to-peer XKB9-DMT-AHP (AU) 10 Kbps or 215 mA / SiLabs EFM32G230F128 ARM
Digi XBee-PRO 900HP

Multipoint mesh, sleeping routers
9 miles / 14.5 km
XKB9-DMT-BHP (BR) 200 Kbps 29 mA M3 MCU, Analog Devices
US, CA, AU, BR
Through-Hole XKB9-DMT-SHP (SGP) ADF7023 Transceiver
20mW networking XBee S10
900 MHz 55 mA / US, CA, AU, NZ
Digi XBee SX DigiMesh module for mission critical 9 miles / 14 km
40 mA SiLabs EFM32LG230F256G (BR Pending)
applications ARM M3 MCU, Analog
XK9X-DMS-0 250 Kbps
1-Watt networking XBee Devices ADF7023
900 mA / Transceiver, LNA/SAW US, CA, AU,
Digi XBee-PRO SX module for mission critical 65 miles / 105 km Surface Mount
40 mA (PRO version: PA+LNA/SAW) (BR Pending)
applications

Multipoint
S10
SiLabs
Low-cost, low-power
Up to 80 55 mA / EFM32LG230F256G ARM
Digi XBee SX 868 868 MHz
DigiMesh
peer-to-peer mesh for 9 miles / 14.5 km XK8X-DMS-0
Kbps 40 mA M3 MCU, Analog Devices
EU
Europe
Surface Mount ADF7023 Transceiver,
LNA/SAW

See reverse for Digi XBee Cellular


Digi XBee Family Features Comparison - continued
Development Kit RF Data Current Hardware Reference # /
Family Frequency Carriers Description Network Form Factor
Part Numbers Rate Draw Tx/Rx Chipset(s)
Certified Regions

FCC and End-Device certified


Digi XBee Cellular Bands 4 and 13
LTE Cat 1 for low-power
LTE CAT1 XKC-V1T-U
10 Mbps
Down /
860mA /
SiLabs EFM32G-
G395F1024 ARM M3 MCU US and Canada
LTE Cat 1 cellular applications, 530mA
5 Mbps Up + Telit LE866
Verizon and MicroPython Programmable
Verizon Bands: AT&T FCC and End-Device certified
Digi XBee Cellular

4 and 13 LTE-M for ultra-low-power
LTE-M N/A 384 Kbps TBD
Silabs EFM
US and Canada
G395F1024 ARM M3 MCU
LTE-M AT&T Bands: 2,4, cellular applications, + ublox 404M/410M
and 12 MicroPython Programmable
Vodafone,
Deutsche CE/RED certified NB-IoT for
Digi XBee Cellular Bands 8 and 20 TK, Orange, ultra-low-power cellular
NB-IoT
Through-Hole
N/A < 100 Kbps TBD
Silabs EFM
Europe
and others G395F1024 ARM M3 MCU
NB-IoT applications, MicroPython
that support + ublox N211
Programmable
these bands
Band 19 (800 MHz) FCC and PTCRB certified
AT&T, 7.2 Mbps
Digi XBee Cellular Band 5 (850 Mhz)
Band 8 (900 MHz) Vodafone,
3G GSM/HSPA modem
for low-power cellular HSPA/GSM 3G XKC-M5-W Down / 860mA / Silabs EFM
Global
Rogers, & 5.76 Mbps G395F1024 ARM M3 MCU
3G Band 2 (1900 MHz) 530 mA
many others applicationn, MicroPython Up + ublox U201
Band 1 (2100 MHz) Programmable


Worldwide Deployment Multiple Protocols
- Digi offers frequencies from 2.4GHz (global) and sub-GHz XBee modules leverage multiple types of wireless protocols which are suitable for all sorts of different network architectures.
solutions for regional ISM solutions, as well as 3GPP standards These protocols can be grouped in two categories: point-to-multipoint and mesh networking which are explained below:
like LTE Cat 1, LTE-M, NB-IoT and 3G.

- Available with power management options from 10uA up to 1W Point-to-Multipoint Networking Mesh Networking
for flexibility in range and power consumption In networking, point-to-multipoint communication is accomplished Mesh networking is used in applications where the range between
- Pre-certified for use in various regions of the world by a one-to-one or one-to-many connection, providing multiple two points may be beyond the range of the two radios located
paths from a single location to multiple locations. Here are some of at those points, but intermediate radios are in place that could
- In one design footprint, XBee modules support multiple the protocols that fall under point-to-multipoint: forward on any messages to and from the desired radios.
wireless protocols, RF frequencies, and cellular standards
around the globe. This flexibility lowers manufacturing and 802.15.4 ZigBee
engineering costs and offers OEMs ability to quickly expand IEEE 802.15.4 is a standard which specifies the physical ZigBee is an open, global wireless standard developed to
their roadmap layer and media access control and is ideal for applications address the needs of low-cost, low-power M2M networks.
requiring low latency and predictable communication timing.
DigiMesh
802.11 (Wi-Fi) DigiMesh is similar to ZigBee mesh networking, but unlike
IEEE 802.11, or more commonly known as Wi-Fi, has a variety ZigBee, DigiMesh only has one node-type that can route data
of sub-protocols represented by the suffix a/b/g/n/ac with and are interchangeable. DigiMesh is a proprietary, low-power
varying degrees of bandwidth. mesh networking protocol with a single node-type, and
capable of scaling for larger networks.

Cellular
Thread
With the introduction of protocols such as LTE Cat 1, LTE-M, and
Thread is an open, global, IPv6 based, low power mesh
NB-IoT, cellular data rates have come down to a point where it
networking protocol that is simple to setup and use.
should be considered for certain low power applications.
Nodes Boarder routers

Programmable versions are also available in several of these products.


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