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Worked well for me too! It's important to keep pressing the button while sending the AT commands otherwise some commands might not work!Before trying to solder any wires as suggested in this instructables, try the button!;)
By the way, I would have another question if you don't mind...maybe you have an idea.I saw a comment from lavila540 on this page who ordered the following ferrite cores for his induction heater:http://www.mag-inc.com/company/news/new-4-inch--ko...But I would aim for those cores (with the P material):http://www.mag-inc.com/home/Advanced-Search-Result...where the inductance and permeability are much higher. But in the first case they call it the "Kool Mu Permeability"...so is there a difference with a "normal permeability"?! I am a bit confused...What would be the most important characteristics to look at?Thanks
Hello lavila540,Have you finished your induction heater? Does it work well?I was wondering why you chose these ferrite cores? Is it working well with these ones (no heating)? What is the most important characteristics to look at?Do you think these ferrite cores might work as well:http://www.mag-inc.com/home/Advanced-Search-Result...I'm aiming for the P material. But comparing yours and these ones, the permeability and the inductance are much different...I am confused...