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With some help from JEagle himself i am now able to talk to remote XBees too. Below is a simple AT get request. Jason
#!/usr/local/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use Win32::SerialPort; use Device::XBee::API; #Tuna - 13A200 40475351 my $serial_port_device = Win32::SerialPort->start ("tpj4.cfg") || die; # Create the API object my $api = Device::XBee::API->new( { fh => $serial_port_device, packet_timeout => 10}) || die $!; my ($High, $Low, $Network) = (0x13A200, 1083841427, 0xFFFE); #Requests Temperature built in - TP my $at_frame_id = $api->remote_at( { sh => $High, sl => $Low }, 'tp' ) +; # Receive the reply my $rx = $api->rx_frame_id( $at_frame_id ); # Prints ALL hash values and keys my (%rx, $temp, $key, $value); while (($key,$value) = each $rx) { print "$key $value \n"; } # Prints results print 'RX return code:' . $rx->{status} . " \n\n"; print 'Data received:' . $rx->{data_as_int} . " \n\n"; my $CTemperature = sprintf("%x",$rx->{data_as_int}); my $FTemperature = $CTemperature * 9 / 5 + 32; #F = 9 / 5 C + 32 print "\n\nTemperature IS - " . $CTemperature . "C or " . "$FTempe +rature F\n\n"; # IF Errors die "No reply received" if !$rx; if ( $rx->{status} != 0 ) { die "API error" if $rx->{is_error}; die "Invalid command" if $rx->{is_invalid_command}; die "Invalid parameter" if $rx->{is_invalid_parameter}; die "Unknown error"; } __END__

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