Learn to monitor and control your home & environment with self contained, inter-communicating microprocessors. Applications include ham radio, robotics, weather stations, model railroading, toys and more. - KK4HFJ
Our Bluetooth project will have two Arduino's talking to each other. This will allow us to have a weather station remote talk to the indoor display system. These modules only accept a 3.3v RX signal, so I added a voltage divider to prevent the Arduino 5v signaling from damaging the module. I have the two modules connected to their repective Arduino's, and set the baud rate and pairing codes using a AT Command sketch. Not successful transmitting data bluetooth to bluetooth yet, but am able to pair from my laptop and my Android phone.
Update! With the help of Mike McRoberts, we found the problem. We have 2 identical HC-06's which are hard coded master or slave from the factory. What we need are the HC-05's, which are field settable for master or slave.
A buddy of mine wants insight into how his vehicle is performing as he drives. He sent me a ArduinoDev ODB-II interface (model B) and said "figure it out". So here we go! We will be exploring the onboard features in future posts, and hopefully some of the options available for this interface.
Let's start with what's included:
Directly pluggable into vehicle’s OBD-II port
Serial data interface (UART or I2C)
Regulated DC 5V output (300mA for model A, 1A for model B, powers the Arduino)