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Modify The HC-05 Bluetooth Module Defaults Using AT Commands
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Hi im just wondering whether it will able to track the location like within a room because i want to implement this in a lego track for detecting faulty track.Can you assist me with this?
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Great tutorial,Thank for the help,Roland
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I can transmit data from PIC controller ->hc-05-> mobile terminal but can't receive back data into PIC controller from mobile terminal.Can any body help me with solution?
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I have steps 3 & $ reversed above -- my apologies. They should be: 3. Reconnect power to HC-054. Hold in HC-05 button (wait untilLED blinks slowly)(9600 baud is correct for the serial monitor) - GreenMoon
i followed your procedure but still i get weird output in for of some other language. but when i put the baud rate to 9600 it shows english and then an error message comes up......plz help - RohanP27
I had steps 3 & 4 reversed above -- my apologies. They should be: 3. Reconnect power to HC-054. Hold in HC-05 button (wait untilLED blinks slowly)(9600 baud is correct for the serial monitor) - GreenMoon
hey dudesI've got a cz hc 05 bluetooth modulewhen i connected this to my arduino mega 2560, it worked fine, with the LED's blinking indicating it was working. I even managed to pair it with my android device. However, soon after i paired it, the module stopped blinking and i cant seem to get it working again..Does anybody know what the problem is? Or did is the module broken?
I know have 5 hc-05s here at home and trying to connect to them each with the same generic name was terrible. I have been trying to get my hc-05s into command mode and successfully connect to them for weeks -- as an off and on project. Finally, with this instructable and an Arduino Nano I got it all to work because of connecting to D10, D11 instead of the Tx and Rx on the Nano. Thanks for writing this great instructable. Also, since my hc-05s all have the button, I can just hold that while powering them on and the device enters into AT mode. No need for the additional wire on pin 9 or the associated code.
I created the circuit and uploaded the sketch to my Arduino without issue, or so it seemed. My varying the analogwrite value between 0 and 250 I can change the output voltage, but I can only vary it between 5V and the 10V of my power supply. At a value of 0 it is still outputting 5V. Is that a limitation of the transistor used in this demo? If so, what do I need to look for in a transistor? I do not necessarily need it to go to zero but it would need to 'turn off' at some point.
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