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I connect the bt Bee to my arduino wireless sd shield, uploaded the sketch from your example but the module is blinking in green light and i don't receive response form the Software serial.
Maybe the module is broken or maybe i have to look for some
You can't use Software serial if using Bluetooth bee with Arduino wireless SD shield, because the pins of bee are digital 0 and digital 1 on the Arduino wireless SD shield, but our Xbee shield can choose other pins for bee(
How much is the maximum Current Consumption of the Bluetooth Bee, when supplied with 3v3?
I want to connect it to a Arduino Pro Mini (3v3, 8Mhz), I was wondering if the Arduino internal regulator can power the Bluetooth Bee.
Ciao Nicola ho dei problemi con il funzionamento di questo modulo, l'ho connesso al wireless SD shield di arduino e gli mando i comandi descritti nel tutorial Ma non ricevo risposta, leggo le risposte con la software serial collegata ai pin descritti n
MI 15 CMOS output, tri-stable with weak internal pull -up SPI data output
(should be input?)
It is right, but the SPI port is unused with this module. It only communicate with arduino via UART port.
how do i get two of these units to work with two arduino?
one as the master and another as slave?
Hope you can see the wiki first , there is a demcode set the bluetooth as a slave . And if you want to another one as master to search t the slave , see the commands first,than write a code.Or using PC UART to send the command to connect the slave. Mor
Tested Bluetooth Bee with Bees shield (on Bee2 with USB). No joy at 1st with commands. Had to press"Reset 2"1st for a response on serial monitor. Then between each command had to press CR at least 3 times - otherwise receive ERROR response. Then work
What a weekend makes, as I think I'm able to answer my own question now. Pin 5 of BTBee is the reset pin. If using BTBee with Seeeduino set at 3.3V then believe can connect to any available digital pin set as output & high. Then take low in code for _
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