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xbee long sleep end device doesn't send data after wake up

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Hi,

My problem is I have set my end device into SM = 1 that is pin hibernation. Then, after it has been sleeping for long time (around 5 mins), i de-asserted it to wake it up and wish to get some data like this:

7E 00 1A 91 00 13 A2 00 40 C2 7D 8A 37 F8 E8 E8 00 92 C1 05 01 01 00 08 04 00 00 02 14 35
(length =26)

However, rather than getting the data i wanted, i received there two frame data:

1) 7E 00 1E 91 00 13 A2 00 40 C2 7D 8A 37 F8 00 00 00 13 00 00 42 82 F8 37 8A 7D C2 40 00 A2 13 00 80 3D

(length = 39)

2) 7E 00 31 91 00 13 A2 00 40 C2 7D 8A 37 F8 E8 E8 00 95 C1 05 42 37 F8 00 13 A2 00 40 C2 7D 8A 45 4E 44 20 44 45 56 49 43 45 20 33 00 51 FE 02 02 C1 05 10 1E E6
(length = 49)

and it would not continue sending data in the period as I set in IO sampling rate.

So, after I go to XCTU software, in networking work mode i press scan and it asks me to press reset button, then only the 26 long data will continuously send in period of sampling rate. Anyone knows why?? is it I wrong set anything, thanks in advanced!
asked May 4, 2016 in Interface/Development Boards by hongshiong New to the Community (3 points)

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Change your AO (API options byte) on your receiving module to a value of 0. That should solve your API output issue.
answered May 4, 2016 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (12,006 points)
No, a sleeping end device does not turn off AdHoc mode.  Issuing the AR command is what turns off AdHoc mode.
so what should i do is just setting the AR in coordinator? Is it that all what i should do? Then i will get source routing back from end device?
Are you issuing the AR command on more than one module? If so, you should only issue on the node that is controlling the data flow or who is receiving the data. IE the Coordinator.
how frequent should i set so that the traffic will not be crowded?
A little as possible.  If at all possible, no more than once per day.
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