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  1. page Uses of Xbee edited ... 2) Ability to remotely turn the turbine on/off if problems are detected 3) Ability for the ma…
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    2) Ability to remotely turn the turbine on/off if problems are detected
    3) Ability for the manufacturer to proactively monitor the turbine for preventive Maintenance
    · http://www.digi.com/learningcenter/stories/monitoring-residential-wind-turbines
    http://www.digi.com/products/wireless/zigbee-mesh/xbee-zb-module.jsp#overvie
    http://www.digi.com/learningcenter/stories/monitoring-residential-wind-turbinehttp://www.digi.com/products/wireless/zigbee-mesh/xbee-zb-module.jsp#overvie XBee Helps
    Research and development team at Libelium (Zaragoza, Spain) is dedicated to developing hardware for the implementation of wireless sensor networks, mesh networks and communication protocols to monitor the environment around us, ranging from prevention of forest fires and floods to detecting and monitoring contamination levels in cities.
    They needed radio frequency modules to guarantee accurate transmission of information from sensors placed in isolated or difficult-to-access areas. To enable Libelium to develop its sensor devices, they needed to source a wireless networking provider that offered both long-range links and the interconnection of wireless networks of different frequencies.
    ...
    The Digi modules satisfy the unique needs of Libelium, providing low-cost and low-power wireless sensor networks. Designed to operate in harsh environments, the modules allow Libelium to network-enable sensor devices so that they can be monitored and controlled remotely. Libelium currently deploys the XBee and XBee-PRO 802.15.4 and DigiMesh® modules; XBee ZB modules; XBee XSC (900 Mhz) and XBee 868.
    Waspmote is able to achieve long-range links of 7 km / 2.4 GHz, 24 km / 900 MHz and 40 km / 868 MHz, making it possible to monitor virtually any installation.
    ...
    transmitted wirelessly.”
    http://www.digi.com/learningcenter/stories/xbee-helps-libelium-monitor-harsh-environments

    XBee Modules Reduce Hotels' Energy Cost
    Lodging Technology installed its first beta wireless GEM Link system in April 2008. The GEM Link system consists of three parts: a Passive Infrared occupancy sensor mounted in the corner of a guest room; a Transceiver module connected to the HVAC unit; and the Entry/Patio door switch module mounted on the wall beside the door frame or on the door. Each component includes an XBee ZigBee module. The three components work in tandem to determine if a room is occupied and to adjust the ac/heat accordingly when a guest is not in the room.
    When a guest enters a room outfitted with a GEM Link Wireless system, the door switch transmits to the HVAC Transceiver unit that the door is open via an XBee module. The infrared module then detects the heat of the guest in the room and transmits to the HVAC unit that someone is in the room also via an XBee module. When the door closes, control of the HVAC unit is released to the guest because it now knows someone is in the room and the door is closed. If there is a patio or balcony door, another wireless door switch can be added to that door as well.
    http://www.digi.com/learningcenter/stories/xbee-modules-reduce-hotels-energy-costs
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  2. page Uses of Xbee edited ...  Monitoring Residential Wind Turbines ... homes and businesses. Owners businesses.Own…
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    Monitoring Residential Wind Turbines
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    homes and businesses.
    Owners
    businesses.Owners of the
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    for incentive programs
    To
    programsTo do this,
    Part of Digi’s Drop-in Networking product family, the Xbee, ConnectPort X and iDigi work together to allow wind turbine manufacturers to“drop-in” a customized wireless network in a cost-efficient, non-intrusive, and secure manner. This solution offers significant benefits to the manufacturer and customers.
    1) Customers may monitor energy creation in real-time, from anywhere.
    2) Ability to remotely turn the turbine on/off if problems are detected
    ...
    preventive Maintenance
    · http://www.digi.com/learningcenter/stories/monitoring-residential-wind-turbines
    http://www.digi.com/products/wireless/zigbee-mesh/xbee-zb-module.jsp#overvie
    XBee Helps
    Research and development team at Libelium (Zaragoza, Spain) is dedicated to developing hardware for the implementation of wireless sensor networks, mesh networks and communication protocols to monitor the environment around us, ranging from prevention of forest fires and floods to detecting and monitoring contamination levels in cities.
    They needed radio frequency modules to guarantee accurate transmission of information from sensors placed in isolated or difficult-to-access areas. To enable Libelium to develop its sensor devices, they needed to source a wireless networking provider that offered both long-range links and the interconnection of wireless networks of different frequencies.
    ...
    The Digi modules satisfy the unique needs of Libelium, providing low-cost and low-power wireless sensor networks. Designed to operate in harsh environments, the modules allow Libelium to network-enable sensor devices so that they can be monitored and controlled remotely. Libelium currently deploys the XBee and XBee-PRO 802.15.4 and DigiMesh® modules; XBee ZB modules; XBee XSC (900 Mhz) and XBee 868.
    Waspmote is able to achieve long-range links of 7 km / 2.4 GHz, 24 km / 900 MHz and 40 km / 868 MHz, making it possible to monitor virtually any installation.
    ...
    transmitted wirelessly.”
    XBee Modules Reduce Hotels' Energy Cost
    Lodging Technology installed its first beta wireless GEM Link system in April 2008. The GEM Link system consists of three parts: a Passive Infrared occupancy sensor mounted in the corner of a guest room; a Transceiver module connected to the HVAC unit; and the Entry/Patio door switch module mounted on the wall beside the door frame or on the door. Each component includes an XBee ZigBee module. The three components work in tandem to determine if a room is occupied and to adjust the ac/heat accordingly when a guest is not in the room.
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  4. page Uses of Xbee edited ... 1) Customers may monitor energy creation in real-time, from anywhere. 2) Ability to remotely …
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    1) Customers may monitor energy creation in real-time, from anywhere.
    2) Ability to remotely turn the turbine on/off if problems are detected
    ...
    preventive Maintenance
    XBee
    XBee Helps Libelium
    Research and development team at Libelium (Zaragoza, Spain) is dedicated to developing hardware for the implementation of wireless sensor networks, mesh networks and communication protocols to monitor the environment around us, ranging from prevention of forest fires and floods to detecting and monitoring contamination levels in cities.
    They needed radio frequency modules to guarantee accurate transmission of information from sensors placed in isolated or difficult-to-access areas. To enable Libelium to develop its sensor devices, they needed to source a wireless networking provider that offered both long-range links and the interconnection of wireless networks of different frequencies.
    ...
    Waspmote is able to achieve long-range links of 7 km / 2.4 GHz, 24 km / 900 MHz and 40 km / 868 MHz, making it possible to monitor virtually any installation.
    The long-range links are fundamental when monitoring delicate natural environments Infrared or ultraviolet sensors are used to detect flames, heat and gases that help identify the molecules of chemical compounds (CO and CO2) generated during combustion. A Waspmote sensor device can help to detect and prevent forest fires. Another example application is in the logistics field. Thanks to the Digi technology, shipping container conditions such as irregular temperatures and humidity levels, and whether the products have been contaminated or suffered an impact during transportation can be detected by Waspmote. This technology allows this information to be transmitted wirelessly.”
    ...
    Energy Cost
    Lodging Technology installed its first beta wireless GEM Link system in April 2008. The GEM Link system consists of three parts: a Passive Infrared occupancy sensor mounted in the corner of a guest room; a Transceiver module connected to the HVAC unit; and the Entry/Patio door switch module mounted on the wall beside the door frame or on the door. Each component includes an XBee ZigBee module. The three components work in tandem to determine if a room is occupied and to adjust the ac/heat accordingly when a guest is not in the room.
    When a guest enters a room outfitted with a GEM Link Wireless system, the door switch transmits to the HVAC Transceiver unit that the door is open via an XBee module. The infrared module then detects the heat of the guest in the room and transmits to the HVAC unit that someone is in the room also via an XBee module. When the door closes, control of the HVAC unit is released to the guest because it now knows someone is in the room and the door is closed. If there is a patio or balcony door, another wireless door switch can be added to that door as well.
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    6:47 am
  5. page Uses of Xbee edited ... 1) Customers may monitor energy creation in real-time, from anywhere. 2) Ability to remotely …
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    1) Customers may monitor energy creation in real-time, from anywhere.
    2) Ability to remotely turn the turbine on/off if problems are detected
    ...
    preventive Maintenance
    XBee Helps Libelium Monitor Harsh Environments
    Research and development team at Libelium (Zaragoza, Spain) is dedicated to developing hardware for the implementation of wireless sensor networks, mesh networks and communication protocols to monitor the environment around us, ranging from prevention of forest fires and floods to detecting and monitoring contamination levels in cities.
    ...
    The Digi modules satisfy the unique needs of Libelium, providing low-cost and low-power wireless sensor networks. Designed to operate in harsh environments, the modules allow Libelium to network-enable sensor devices so that they can be monitored and controlled remotely. Libelium currently deploys the XBee and XBee-PRO 802.15.4 and DigiMesh® modules; XBee ZB modules; XBee XSC (900 Mhz) and XBee 868.
    Waspmote is able to achieve long-range links of 7 km / 2.4 GHz, 24 km / 900 MHz and 40 km / 868 MHz, making it possible to monitor virtually any installation.
    ...
    transmitted wirelessly.”
    XBee Modules Reduce Hotels' Energy Cost
    Lodging Technology installed its first beta wireless GEM Link system in April 2008. The GEM Link system consists of three parts: a Passive Infrared occupancy sensor mounted in the corner of a guest room; a Transceiver module connected to the HVAC unit; and the Entry/Patio door switch module mounted on the wall beside the door frame or on the door. Each component includes an XBee ZigBee module. The three components work in tandem to determine if a room is occupied and to adjust the ac/heat accordingly when a guest is not in the room.
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    6:46 am
  6. page Uses of Xbee edited ... 1) Customers may monitor energy creation in real-time, from anywhere. 2) Ability to remotely …
    ...
    1) Customers may monitor energy creation in real-time, from anywhere.
    2) Ability to remotely turn the turbine on/off if problems are detected
    ...
    preventive Maintenance XBee
    XBee
    Helps Libelium
    Research and development team at Libelium (Zaragoza, Spain) is dedicated to developing hardware for the implementation of wireless sensor networks, mesh networks and communication protocols to monitor the environment around us, ranging from prevention of forest fires and floods to detecting and monitoring contamination levels in cities.
    They needed radio frequency modules to guarantee accurate transmission of information from sensors placed in isolated or difficult-to-access areas. To enable Libelium to develop its sensor devices, they needed to source a wireless networking provider that offered both long-range links and the interconnection of wireless networks of different frequencies.
    ...
    Waspmote is able to achieve long-range links of 7 km / 2.4 GHz, 24 km / 900 MHz and 40 km / 868 MHz, making it possible to monitor virtually any installation.
    The long-range links are fundamental when monitoring delicate natural environments Infrared or ultraviolet sensors are used to detect flames, heat and gases that help identify the molecules of chemical compounds (CO and CO2) generated during combustion. A Waspmote sensor device can help to detect and prevent forest fires. Another example application is in the logistics field. Thanks to the Digi technology, shipping container conditions such as irregular temperatures and humidity levels, and whether the products have been contaminated or suffered an impact during transportation can be detected by Waspmote. This technology allows this information to be transmitted wirelessly.”
    XBee Modules Reduce Hotels' Energy Cost
    Lodging Technology installed its first beta wireless GEM Link system in April 2008. The GEM Link system consists of three parts: a Passive Infrared occupancy sensor mounted in the corner of a guest room; a Transceiver module connected to the HVAC unit; and the Entry/Patio door switch module mounted on the wall beside the door frame or on the door. Each component includes an XBee ZigBee module. The three components work in tandem to determine if a room is occupied and to adjust the ac/heat accordingly when a guest is not in the room.
    When a guest enters a room outfitted with a GEM Link Wireless system, the door switch transmits to the HVAC Transceiver unit that the door is open via an XBee module. The infrared module then detects the heat of the guest in the room and transmits to the HVAC unit that someone is in the room also via an XBee module. When the door closes, control of the HVAC unit is released to the guest because it now knows someone is in the room and the door is closed. If there is a patio or balcony door, another wireless door switch can be added to that door as well.

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