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is my Xbee burned out due to high voltage

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Hi
here what I did, I connected the XBee S2 using wires to bread board, then connected 12V to bread Board
the Xbee flashed for 1 sec, then it went off.
now when I connect it to explorer, it got disconnected from laptop as soon as I plug the XBee!
I think I burned it? is this true? and is there any way to restore it back?
(Note: I did not use any adapter, I connected the XBee using wires from pins to bread board directly)

please advice
asked May 15 in IEEE 802.15.4 by hamzehhirzallah New to the Community (1 point)

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Yes, the module is dead and you will need to order a new one.
answered May 15 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (1,549 points)
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