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battery powered xbee as remote control (button), always asleep until button pressed (Aloha)

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Is it possible to use 2 XBEE pro IEEE 802.15.4 (XPB24) where one is battery powered and always asleep until a button is pressed. Then this Xbee sends a message to the other Xbee that is not battery powered and always listening. The battery powered Xbee goes back to sleep, doesn't have to get acknowledgement or anything. (Just Aloha)

On receiving the message by the non battery powered Xbee, he sets a DO 1 second high.

Is this possible, is there an example? Does this setup requires host MCU's?

Thanks in advance.
asked Oct 5 in IEEE 802.15.4 by maarten.del New to the Community (0 points)

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This is a device to communicate with the robot via IR, Zigbee, or Bluetooth. Pressing POWER/MODE button for more than 1 sec, red LED flickers 3 times ... Please refer to Remote Control Code Map on the packet. .... If there are problems with the RC-100A's Bluetooth or ZigBee and LED flashes to try replacing the batteries.For router support visit https://routersupportnumber.co.uk/netgear-router-support/
answered Oct 16 by Rosifarnandiz New to the Community (1 point)
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