Mesh Bee MCU ZigBee Pro Module

SeeedStudioSKU: RB-See-334
Manufacturer #: 114990002

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  • 2.4GHz wireless transceiver with JN5168 microprocessor
  • Range: Up to 30m (Indoor/Urban), line-of-sight: up to 100m (Outdoor)
  • Interfaces: UARTx2, SPI, I2C
  • Connectivity: Socket compatible with XBee

The Mesh Bee MCU ZigBee Pro Module is a 2.4GHz wireless transceiver. It's based on NXP's newly JN516x series wireless microcontroller chip and supports ZigBee Pro network stack. The factory firmware wraps the complicated ZigBee stack operation into a few easy to use serial commands, and drives Mesh Bee into a transparent serial communication node that can be part of a simple point-to-point connection or a complex mesh network. Moreover, Mesh Bee is totally open hardware and open source, which means that you can customize the firmware for your requirements.

Mesh Bee MCU ZigBee Pro Module


  • Data transmission rate: 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 (bps)
  • Working frequency: Unlicensed 2.4GHz band
  • Communication type: Point to Point or Start Network or Mesh Network
  • Receiver sensitivity: -95dBm

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  • Microprocessor: JN5168 (32-bit RISC CPU, 32MHz clock speed)
  • Resources: 256kB/32kB/4kB (Flash/RAM/EEPROM)
  • Power supply: 3.3V
  • IO counts: 12

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
It works!

I programmed it as a dimmer light and it connects to my Wink Hub 2 and stays connected. No issues. I didnt use the arduino IDE but instead went to directly programming with the NXP BeyondStudio and SDK. This is surely the more difficult route but I get the raw/power-user experience. No issues programming this board if you get the UartsBee v5 which I consider a must. NXP IDE+SDK is not simple, it's a bookshelf's worth of PDFs to read but is well documented and has many Home Automation examples which I played around with first. You might also want to look into a hardware debugger like JTAGKey2 or the Bus Blaster (not Bus Pirate) from Dangerous Prototypes if you are going to do serious work.

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