Bluetooth Shield for Arduino
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- Arduino/Seeeduino compatible
- Up to10m communication distance in house without obstacle
- UART interface (TTL) with programmable baud rate (SPP firmware installed)
- Default baud rate: 38400, data bits: 8, stop bit: 1, Parity: No parity
- On board PCB antenna
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Description for Bluetooth Shield for Arduino
The Bluetooth Shield integrates a Serial Bluetooth module. It can be easily used with Arduino/Seeedstudio for transparent wireless serial communication. You can choose two pins from Arduino D0 to D7 as Software Serial Ports to communicate with Bluetooth Shield (D0 and D1 is Hardware Serial Port). The shield also has two Grove connectors (one is Digital, the other is Analog) for you to install Grove modules.
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Paired well with my Mac running 10.7. This is not a shortcoming of the shield, but just be aware that Apple iOS (iPad, iPod, iPhone) will not pair with this shield because of Apple's restrictions. It does pair easily with a Samsung device running Android.
Because I was having this issue, I thought I could look for support online. Turns out the only support Seeed offers is a wiki page that only describes how to set it up. I had no problem with the setup. It actually worked well. However when I implemented it on a project of my own, the thing was useless.
Unless you are ONLY using a master/slave application (where the Arduino only reacts to a master inquiring for data), STAY AWAY FROM THIS THING!
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