This is related to this previous question: https://forums.digi.com/72870/xbee3-micropython-gpio-interrupt - might even be the same question, actually.
I have a PIR sensor I need to attach to an XBee 3. Actually, my entire application is a set of XBees with PIR sensors, in a mesh network. I’ve verified that my PIR sensors are 3.3V compatible. I need an external interrupt pin to detect a rising edge signal from the PIR sensor, wake the XBee to handle the interrupt, then (outside the interrupt handler) send a message that there was a detect. When the message is successfully passed along, the XBee can go back to sleep and wait for another rising edge detect.
This is supported in MicroPython with callbacks. But I need to know something about the external hardware interrupts on the XBees. I’ve looked at the hardware manual (https://www.digi.com/resources/documentation/digidocs/pdfs/90001543.pdf), and it doesn’t seem to cover the topic. MicroPython has some pages in their reference to how to do this (here: https://docs.micropython.org/en/latest/reference/isr_rules.html#isr-rules), but they say it’s available on “suitable hardware”, which doesn’t help for knowing what pins it’s available on for XBee.
I’m a newb here - I just ordered some XBees from Digi-key today. But I haven’t found any good examples here for doing this. Seems like it should be here somewhere… Anyone know?