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Old 06-19-2012, 02:42 PM   #26
leonard.pitzu
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Device: Kindle Touch
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Originally Posted by knc1 View Post
Just deal with the mechanical differences -
The indexed HowTo is for the DX(G) and posts to that thread show it has been tried on the K2 also.

My own first choice - use a ZigBee module (because I have them) -
Unlike Bluetooth modules, they are low enough power to be left on all of the time.
Like, months of run-time on a single 1.5v AAA sized battery. The Kindle's Li-Ion battery will "self discharge" faster than these ZigBee modules will run them down.

(Just have to find a place for it inside my K3)
which zigbee modules do you use/own? i have some low power bluetooth modules but i also want to try something new out like measuring distances with the help of the KT...
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