HOW TO: Control an Arduino with an iPhone using BLE

This simple example shows a C++/Objective-C program running on desktop, iPhone, and iPad communicating with an Arduino via Bluetooth BLE 4.0 HM-10. Also known as Bluetooth Low Energy. The entire C++ code for communicating with BLE is packed into two small files.

In this example I have boiled away everything except for that code required to open up a serial TX RX pipe to a BLE v4.0 module connected to an Arduino.

The Arduino is a Nano, the BLE v4.0 is an HC-10, and it is controlling a MOSFET FQP30N06L from an iPhone.

The C++ SDK is cocos2d-x but that is not critical to the C++ library in question.

Files available on GitHub:

https://github.com/LessonStudio/Arduino_BLE_iOS_CPP

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SensoDuino: Configure and Transmit Sensor Data to Arduino Over Bluetooth

This video guide demonstrates how to pair and connect SensoDuino to an Arduino Uno or clone over Bluetooth using the HC-05 module or comparable Bluetooth module. It also explains the formats of the SensoDuino data being transmitted.

For diagrams and detailed instructions on how to use SensoDuino visit:
http://www.techbitar.com/sensoduino.html

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Tutorial on Bluetooth module HC05 with Arduino | Voice commands

In this tutorial, you will learn how to control LEDs with the help of Voice commands. For that we are going to use an Arduino board, Bluetooth module HC05 & an Android !

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Link for Code :-

Control LEDs with Voice Command | Arduino-Bluetooth module tutorial

AMR Voice/BT Voice Control app link :-
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=robotspace.simplelabs.amr_voice&hl=en

Link for Code of ordinary LED :-

Control LEDs with Voice Command | Arduino-Bluetooth module tutorial

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Arduino Bluetooth LED Controller with Android

Arduino Bluetooth LED Controller with Android

Material utilizado:
http://laborja.wordpress.com/venta/arduino/arduino-mega-2560-rev-3/
http://laborja.wordpress.com/venta/arduino/hc-06-bluetooth-module-rs232-ttl/
http://laborja.wordpress.com/venta/arduino/rgb-led-module/
http://laborja.wordpress.com/venta/arduino/65pcs-jump-wire-cable/
http://laborja.wordpress.com/venta/arduino/mini-breadboard-protoboard/
http://laborja.wordpress.com/venta/arduino/power-supply-9v1a/

App Android utilizada:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ptah.apps.bluetoothterminal

Smartphone utilizado:
http://laborja.wordpress.com/venta/celulares/thl-t100s/

Créditos: http://giltesa.com/?p=11738

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(HD) Auto-Connect BT to BT Module Without Using Arduino At All – Presence Detection System

This video demonstrates the “Presence Detection System” concept. This project uses a pair of Bluetooth modules which is HC-05 (master) and HC-06 (slave), a USB to UART converter to connect the BT modules to the computer and a relay module for building up application circuit.

The BT modules need to be set up with certain configuration to make them automatically connect between each other when they are visible to one another. This project does not use any Arduino and its code at all. However, we still use it’s Serial Monitor to help setting up the BT modules in the AT mode.

You may implement this kind of “presence detection” concept in your own projects namely the key-less entry for vehicle, automatic gate opener for home application or the child surveillance system for the safety of your kids. You name it, the sky is the only limit.

If you wish to add up some timer or kind of intelligence to your project, then use micro-controllers such as PIC or the Arduino. All
you have to do is just monitor the “STATE” pin of the HC-05 BT module, which will give about 3.3V when it is linked to other BT device or 0V when it is not. To let say build a forward/reverse motor control circuit, refer my other videos on my channel. Feel free to ask me questions in the comment section below.

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Joakim Karud’s collection on https://www.theartistunion.com/

1. Wish You Were Here
2. Hate It Or Love It
3. Dizzy

Credit to Martyn Currey (http://www.martyncurrey.com/) for the guide on auto-pairing of the BT modules.

Thank you!

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Bluetooth Module for Arduino

The Bluetooth Module for Arduino is a small electronic circuit that allows to get serial communication between your Arduino board and your pc or device through Bluetooth protocol.

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El módulo Bluetooth para Arduino es un pequeño circuito electrónico que permite tener comunicación serie entre tu placa Arduino y tu pc o dispositivo a través del protocolo Bluetooth.

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Getting Started with the RN42 Bluetooth Module and Arduino

In this video tutorial we go over the basics of using the RN42 Bluetooth module. Topics covered include:
Connecting and communicating wirelessly
Using command mode
Wireless communication with an Arduino Uno
To access the schematics and Arduino code shown in the video go to my blog at forcetronic.blogspot.com

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‘DIY’ Using the Arduino Uno and HC-05 Bluetooth module with ArduDroid App

This Tutorial is to help you with the basic connection of the HC-05 Bluetooth module.

The tutorial is in two folds. The first session is to help you get the basic parameters of your Bluetooth module,such as the password and MAC-Address of the module.

The second session is to help you use the Ardudroid App to connect to the Bluetooth module. As well as use it to on / off leds and a buzzer.

Also the App helps to data from an ultrasonic sensor.

This tutorial is the product of TeNerdz.
You can download the ArduDroid App using this link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.techbitar.android.Andruino&hl=en

Big ups to TechBitar for the awesome App.

For more information reagarding this Tutorial kindly visit mine Instructables Page, using this link : http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Using-the-Arduino-Uno-and-HC-05-Bluetooth-Modu/

Also check out our Hackster page : https://www.hackster.io/tenerdz-group/diy-using-the-arduino-uno-and-hc-05-bluetooth-module-wi-576f3d?ref=user&ref_id=70016&offset=0

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Arduino RGB LED control using Bluetooth

Arduino RGB LED Bluetooth Control Using Android smartphone.
Control RGB LED using arduino uno and bluetooth easily.
Step by step Guide in the Following Link
Code- http://rztronics.com/control-rgb-led-using-bluetooth-and-arduino/
This is a Ope source code,You are allowed to modify it
Things you need-
Arduino
RGB LED
Bluetooth Module
Jumpers
Breadboard
Smartphone

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