Thanks for the information. After running a few more tests I appear to be getting the range I was expecting – about 800 ft across a lake.
I have an Xbee Pro S1 connected to my Mayfly.
How many mA are available on the Mayfly pin?
I believe this unit needs 210 mA to transmit at full power.
Currently I am not getting good range between it and the receiver.
Any information I could get would be helpful.
Thanks for the info.
I’ll look into that for sure.
Would it be possible to cut the trace between them and run a jumper to D10?
I just got my Mayfly yesterday and totally love it so far.
I’m trying to use the interrupt from the clock to control an event but I have not been successful in detecting the interrupt.