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  • #216

    ozgurtzc
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    <p style=”text-align: center;”>HC-06 Bluetooth Module derective with AT command</p>

    • Open the Arduino IDE and to control the running of Bluetooth Module; File>Example>Communucation>Multiserial then upload to code to Tinylab via Arduino IDE.
    • The Serial Monitor must be configured as shown: Click Here
    • You can send AT command for testing module. If you can see OK stand of this module is properly work.
    • Module’s defaults as it follows:

    Name:linvor

    Password:1234

    Baud rate:9600

    • You can change name with AT+NAMEcardname
    • To change password AT+PASSWORD****
    • To change Baud Rate AT+BAUD4(1:1200, 2:2400, 3:4800,4:9600, 5:19200, 6:38400, 7:57600, 8:115200, A:460800, B:921600, C:1382400 correspond to BAUD)

    Click here to view all commands about the module.

    #241

    gtinylab
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    Just in case anyone else spends an hour trying to work out why the HC-06 is not responding… the “AT” command must be in upper case!

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 3 weeks ago by  İsmet Ergin.
    #243

    gtinylab
    Participant

    @ozgurtzc can you please confirm that only one of the UART peripherals (XBee, WiFi or Bluetooth) should be plugged into the board at any time?

    I haven’t tried having more than one connected at a time but I guess it won’t work too well. I presume that there is no way to select them?

    #244

    ozgurtzc
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    If you dont get feedback from Bluetooth module, you should change Serial.begin(9600) to Serial.begin(115200) in MultiSerial sketch.

     

    Also, you can check running module with bluetooth of smartphone.

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 3 weeks ago by  İsmet Ergin.
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