Connect HM-10 to Micro:bit Using Bluetooth

Introduction: Connect HM-10 to Micro:bit Using Bluetooth

It all started when I was asked to make a automatic irrigation system. For notifying the user the microbit had to be connected to the HM-10. There was no other tutorial about how to do it, so I studied the Bluetooth connectivity and made an example in which the microbit shows a happy face when it is connected to the HM-10 and shows a sad face when it is disconnected.

NOTE : THIS PROJECT DOES NOT INCLUDE SENDING AND RECEIVING MESSAGES THIS WILL BE DONE IN A FUTURE PROJECT.

Supplies:

1: HM-10 Bluetooth Module (Please keep in mind that other modules have not been tested)

2: Arduino UNO

3:Micro:bit

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Step 1: Connect the Arduino to HM-10

1. Connect 3.3V of Arduino to the VCC of HM-10.

2. Connect GND of Arduino to the GND of HM-10.

3. Connect D0 of Arduino to RX of HM-10.

4. Connect D1 of Arduino to TX of HM-10.

Step 2: Upload a Blank Sketch to Arduino

Just open Arduino IDE and upload the default sketch that opens.

Step 3: Setup HM-10

Step 4: Program the Micro:bit

Step 5: Connect Micro:bit to With HM-10

That's It.

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