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Using the HC-05 Bluetooth modules for peer to peer communication. https://arduino-board.com/tutorials/bluetooth (Scheduled via TrafficWonker.com)

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2.4GHz BK8000L Bluetooth Stereo Audio Module Speaker Amplifier

2.4GHz BK8000L Bluetooth Stereo Audio Music Module Bluetooth Speaker Amplifier DIY. This bluetooth module is designed specifically for bluetooth speaker products. With high integration, small size, just with a few external components to achieve its powerful. With the A2DP, AVRCP transmission and remote control protocol any Bluetooth source device (such as: Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones, PC Bluetooth adapter, etc.) to establish a connection to the wireless receiver to achieve high-quality…

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With the new RN-42 Bluetooth module we created a Bluetooth remote control board and transform it into an Android Based system: a board that manages input/output and it’s equipped with four outputs relays and four optically isolated inputs, that can be controlled via Bluetooth. At the software layer, the unit sports three operation modes: manual, automatic and semi-automatic (between each shutdown and restart the last selected mode is kept in memory). In the first functioning mode, by using a…

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Mobile controlled car using Arduino+Bluetooth Module

Hello friends,In this project i will show you how to make a android phone controlled car using Bluetooth module and Arduino Uno Board. In this i also show you how to make android app for the same so that you can further change/modify it acc. to your needs.Overall this project cover everything you need to build up a mobile controlled car(Hardware+coding).

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Mobile controlled car using Arduino+Bluetooth Module

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Connecting HC-05 Bluetooth Module to Arduino

The HC-05 Bluetooth module is an excellent interface for communicating with your mobile. It has a great data transfer rate and very easy to implement.In order to try this tutorial out you will need the following: - Any Arduino board you like and if you don’t already have one check this out- Grab a breadboard similar to any one of these- Get yourself one of the HC-05 Bluetooth Modules, if you don’t already have one then grab one from here- 2 Resistors, 2K Ohm and 4.6K Ohm- Finally grab some Dupont jumper wires or use normal wires if you are comfortable with thatIt is worth noting that the HC-05 power in (Vcc) uses 5V, while the transmit and receive (TXD and RXD) logic signal uses 3.3V. Accordingly sending signals from the HC-05 module to Arduino is ok as the Arduino I/O pins can safely receive up to 5V but the ...

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HC-06 Wireless Bluetooth Transceiver RF Main Module Serial For Arduino

This is HC-06 wireless bluetooth transceiver RF main module serial for Arduino. The core module HC-06 main modules, leads the interface includes VCC, GND, TXD, RXD, KEY pin high trigger to clear the pairing information re search. - Banggood Mobile

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Bluetooth controlled arduino robot arm

I finally added bluetooth capability to my arduino robot arm. I did that using…

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