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Hi guys, I am using HC05 modul as a slave in one of myprojects. This HC05 is connected to the PC via USB-FTDI interface. That is USBto FTDI and FTDI to HC05. This is supposed to send data to th buetooth of themobile. However I am not able to do it. The mobile pairs with the HC05 module,but fails to communicate further. HC05 fails to transmit data to mobile. How doI configure this.And what does PASSIVE MODE in HC-05 mean (HC05 is passive inslave mode)
First of all, thanks for sharing!I have a quick question: how would you go about using what you did above but also determining RSSI once connected? I am trying to make the master device sense if there is a slave device within around 4 ft or so, then the slave sends a simple signal (like turn on an LED on the master module). The tricky part is that I want the slave to be able to pass by quickly and still send that data. Will it be able to connect fast enough and could I implement multiple slave modules?Thanks!
TV LCD 48" Motorized Lift Down Ceiling System
Help me, I have a problem for connection with 4 arduino and can to connect to others with distance measure ex, 2 mater or others.
hi,i am a beginner to bt modules.. i need to sent alphabets from one arduino to an other say 's' and blink an led......plz help.....
BlueTooth Link with auto-detect & connect
hi, if u having trouble in making into AT mode of HC-05 (ZS-040)(especiall if one having en/wakeup up pin instead of key pin). Follow they bellow procedurePower off HC-05 module.Press and hold small button above EN pin.Power on and keep pressing small button.Small LED should start to blink slowly about once every 2 seconds.for more info visit below site:http://abratukhin.blogspot.in/2015/04/connect-atmega328-with-hc-05-zs-040.html
Is there a sketch that will allow the Arduino/bluetooth to auto pair to iOS device when in range?
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