Save that extra Arduino you have lying around for another project, this two-for-one device has the Arduino built-in. Bluetooth Bee with Arduino is an enhanced version of the Bluetooth Bee.We added an onboard ATMEGA168 to it to make it a full-featured Arduino while maintaining the same footprint and instruction set as the Bluetooth Bee. Plus, it still allows you to stack it on XBee Carrier, XBee® Shield, and UartSBee for expansion or reprogramming
Identical settings and pairing methods as the Bluetooth Bee
Software serial port adopted between the Bluetooth module and ATMEGA168
Remains compatibile with XBee Carrier, XBee® Shield, and UartsBee for expansion
Typical -80dBm sensitivity
+4dBm RF transmit power
Fully qualified Bluetooth V2.0+EDR 3Mbps Modulation
Operating voltage: 3.3v
Software serial port communication method
Default Baud rate: 38400
Supported Baud rate: 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 230400, 460800
Under RTS/CTS data transmit-receive framework
Auto connect the last device on power as default
Auto-reconnect in 30 minutes after out-of-range disconnection
Ability to disconnect via a rising edge on PC2
Working status signal on PB2: low – not working, high – working
Paired-up status indicator on PIO 10(a red LED) and PIO 11(a blue LED):
Paired: red and blue blinks 1 time/2s in interval
Unpaired: blue blinks 2 times/sec
Default pincode: 0000
Bluetooth communication for Arduino projects
Turn your computer into a Bluetooth device with UartSBee’s USB interface
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Hi, I would like to know the difference between this module and the"serial port
Hi Rodrigo, the drill files from current version of AD has TXT extension, DRR and LDP files are not necessary for board manufacturing. If you get more file, it means you probably have some slot holes (milled slots) which are generated in separate file.
The bluetooth module between Bluetooth Bee - Standalone and Grove - Serial Bluetooth is the same, but Bluetooth Bee - Standalone has a separate micro controller ATmega168, so you can use it separately. But Grove - Serial Bluetooth need to be used with
Is there any way to enter sleep/hibernate mode of total module, or either MCU or BT individually (by command that is).
there is a on-board 328P on this module, of course you can set the 328P to sleep mode. as the BT module, i have not found any command to enter sleep mode.
Just got my BB Standalone and Grove XBee Carrier (via www.exp-tech.de). Using the code in the wiki I only get gibberish in the serial monitor. Upload and verify go OK. Serial.println() is OK. Could th
Did you include Serial.begin(9600) in the setup?
Serial monitor of IDE (Arduino for example) can give you gibberish at higher rates.
Does the atmega 168 already have the bootloader burned into it?
Although in my opinion Seeed support should speed their answers to questions like this:
Yes, seems so as I have one running and programmable with Arduino IDE via UartSBee v4.
I've done normal and received my PCBs as I expected.
Hi there i just wondering if you happend to have any i2c example (lcd) to work with this unit or something similiar to get started with,thank you
Can you give me your e-mail address? I`ll send you my gerber file then you can check it`s RS-274x format or not.
Is it possible to send data to the bluetooth bee via an iphone or another bluetooth enable device?
Hey,you can send message to bluetooth bee via Android,but iphone can't.
i recently got a xbee grove carrier and a bluetooth stand alone, i copied the code from the wiki page but when i try to upload the program to the xbee it says"NewSoftSerial"does not a name type. i downloaded NewSoftSerial library and copied the files
#include _SoftwareSerial.h_ //Software Serial Port
#define RxD 6
#define TxD 7
#define DEBUG_ENABLED 1
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