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When will there be a IX15 version that will support communicating with XBee SX 900 MHz modules and LTE?
asked Sep 3 in Device Cloud-enabled RF Gateways by jtml New to the Community (0 points)

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That is a question that needs to be directed to Digi Sales.
answered Sep 3 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (14,807 points)
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Thanks for sharing!
answered Sep 7 by peterjohnee1 New to the Community (1 point)
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As mvut has said, you should ask Digi sales but realistically you should consider externalising this to a router and adaptor.

I have previously used the IX10 and IX14 connected to a serial XBee adaptor or XBee serial break out board for both SX and 900HP modules. Whilst it does make it two devices, it allows you to bring more flexibility in your router of choice as all you need to do is add the github libraries to python https://github.com/digidotcom/xbee-python and you can then do whatever you need.

I personally needed to do this for a client as Digi End of Lifed the Australian X4 variant with no public notification to me or my client using it as we were "end users" at the time.

Just bear in mind that there is an, albeit small, risk that Digi may end of life any product they like with out notice to end users.

Nicholas Wilson
Your IoT
https://www.YourIoT.com.au
answered Sep 8 by NicholasYourIoT Seasoned Professional (194 points)
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answered Sep 9 by Nanami New to the Community (1 point)
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answered Sep 30 by dmelnik3289 New to the Community (1 point)
I referred him to Sales for a reason. Information from the Sales team is what drives product development. Also Sales is provided information on a regular basis. That is, they are provided information on what is coming out and when which may or may not fit customers needs.  Which while the suggest may be an option, there may be other options a few days away or a week away that only sales can comment on.  

As for EOL'ed products. Digi does send out notice to all distributors, resellers and known interrogators. It is not provided to End users simply because that information is never provided back to the manufacture. In this case, Digi.  It is up to the Distributor, reseller or interrogator who the end user purchased the product from to notify the end user.  

If you check the Support site, you will notice that you now have the option to create an account. From that account, you can select products that you want to be notified of any updates.
Both of these accounts (dmelnik3289 and Nanami) are spam accounts.  You're not going to get a reply.

It is simple search engine optimisation (the forum blocks the initials) that the more your details and URL appears on other sites the higher you rank.  Look at their profiles.

It is the same reason I put my business and URL when answering questions.  Just my answers are sometimes more useful (depending who you ask).

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Your IoT
https://www.YourIoT.com.au
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