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Parts List

Check to make sure your kit comes with the following parts.Sometimes we make mistakes so double check everything and email support@adafruit.com if you need replacements!

Please note that an XBee radio module is not included, check the user manual for suggested modules and distributors.

Name: IC1
Description: 3.3V linear voltage regulator, 250mA current
Part # & Datasheet: MCP1700-3302E/TO
Distributor: DigikeyMouser
Qty: 1

Name: IC2
Description: 5v compliant buffer chip
Part # & Datasheet: 74AHC125N
Distributor: Digikey Mouser
Qty: 1

Name: LED1
Description: Red LED
Part # & Datasheet: Lite-On LTL-1CHE (or any 3mm LED)
Distributor:
Qty: Digikey
1

Name: LED2
Description: Green LED Lite-On LTL-1CHG (or any 3mm LED)
Part # & Datasheet:
Distributor: Digikey
Qty: 1

Name: R1, R2
Description: 1/4W 5% 1.0K resistor Brown Black Red Gold
Part # & Datasheet:
Distributor: DigikeyMouser
Qty: 2

Name: R3
Description: 1/4W 5% 10K resistor Brown, Black, Orange, Gold
Part # & Datasheet:
Distributor: DigikeyMouser
Qty: 1

Name: C1
Description: 0.1uF ceramic capacitor (104)
Part # & Datasheet:
Distributor: DigikeyMouser
Qty: 1

Name: C2
Description: 100uF / 6V capacitor
Part # & Datasheet:
Distributor: DigikeyMouser
Qty: 1

Name:
Description: Straight male header
Part # & Datasheet:
Distributor: DigikeyMouser
Qty: 1

Name:
Description: 10-position 2mm female header Sockets for XBee modem
Part # & Datasheet:
Distributor: DigikeyMouser
Qty: 2

Name: PCB
Description: Circuit board
Part # & Datasheet:
Distributor: Adafruit Industries
Qty: 1

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Hi..how to connect d xbee transmitter to webcam?
<p>If you're attempting to transmit a USB webcam over a Xbee, I don't think they're capable of it.. The instructable here, is about how to connect the serial level adaptor via a &quot;RS-232C @ TTL Level (0V/5V, not +12V/-12V)&quot;-to USB (FTDI FT232) cable.. </p>
Hi! Im playing around with Xbees and bought a couple of these. Some will be temperature sensors around the house. <br><br>I have a question about the input voltage into this adapter. It says &quot;5V - power to regulator&quot; but what is the exact range in this case?
This is a great instructable but you might improve the beginning a bit.&nbsp; You explain what the XBee is but you don't mention what kit you're talking about.&nbsp; In step 1 you go right in to how easy this kit is, but you never say what kit you're talking about in the first place.&nbsp; So, and I could be blind about this, it happens to me all the time, but it sure seems like you've left out the single most important link in a great instructable that's filled with links.<br /> <br /> Again, it looks like a really great instructable, if only I&nbsp;knew what kit you were talking about.<br />
Best written, most comprehensive 'ible I have seen FULL STOP !!! Great work my friend, keep 'em coming please :-)
This is a fantastic instructable! Thank you for creating it. I have been itching to get an audurino and xbee for a specific project of mine. This will greatly speed up my learning curve. Thanks a million. what did you end up using yours in?

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