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heyarn

Hi Everyone!

I bought a couple of these http://www.ebay.com/itm/260995672942?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649 and they're fun to use. I've been able to pair them to laptop, tablet, cell, and I'm generally happy with them.

Now, I want to pair them to each other. I have no clue how to do that, so I'm wondering if anyone has ever paired 1 module to another.

Thanks all :)

liudr

Maybe not. if these are,what I suspect, slaves, you can't connect them to each other.

heyarn


liudr

Master units usually cost more, maybe on the order of $40 or more :)

kalle123

I am using two of those.

http://www.goodluckbuy.com/arduino-serial-bluetooth-rf-transceiver-module-rs232-with-backplane-.html

liudr


I am using two of those.

http://www.goodluckbuy.com/arduino-serial-bluetooth-rf-transceiver-module-rs232-with-backplane-.html


Hail to the free world! I never thought they are so cheap and free shipping!

Could you share some code you used? I couldn't find anything.

RandallR

I too would like to see a sample sketch and maybe a library of functions.  Am I asking for too much?

kalle123

I am using those for setup and changing data of my multiwii  (google for that  :) ) copter controller, because I don't like doing that with a serial cable in the field.

Left the setup box for configuration. Yellow around the master bt.

Right, one of my flight controllers. Green around the slave bt connected to arduino pro mini.

I am not a programmer, just a user  ;)


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