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HazardsMind

Most BT modules have a LED on them that blinks when they are not connected and go solid when they are.

Is that it, is that all you want to do?

Just out of curiousity, what BT module do you have?
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millencolin543

I have arduino BT  http://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardBluetooth <---- it says it is the bluegiga WT11. All i want to do is have the LED turn on when the arduino and pc pair. But i am completely lost here. any help would be greatly appreciated

NickPyner


Most BT modules have a LED on them that blinks when they are not connected and go solid when they are.



I have not had much joy with my bluetooth but I think I have seen three signals from the LED

1. blink about 2hz - I assume power but no action

2 blink about 1 Hz - I assumed this "connected"

3. continuous red - I assumed this was "talking" but only because I have only seen it once.

Come to think of it, 1. and 2. could be the other way round, as I have never actually sent or received anything that I know about.

ZacharyBruno

The problem is that the code section only runs through the if statement once. So it will check it once, and then move on... unless it's in the loop().
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