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Old Jan 29, 2013, 02:24 AM
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OK, it does also work with using e.g. an Arduino Nano (need still to test an Uno)

For configuring the Bluetooth module (using the AT commands), one has to connect the Rx on the BT module with Rx on teh Nano, and Tx on the BT module with Tx on the Nano

BT <-> Nano
Rx <-> Rx
Tx <-> Tx

One then can start the terminal (e.g. Bray Terminal), connect with the COM port which is related to the Nano (not that related to the BT module), and HOLD DOWN THE RESET KEY on the Nano while one is sending the AT commands to the BT module.

For using the BT module as a substitute of the USB connection when running the Nano as an owSilProg programmer (flashing/configuring BLHeli via PC), one has to connect the Rx on the BT module with Tx on teh Nano, and Tx on the BT module with Rx on the Nano

BT <-> Nano
Rx <-> Tx
Tx <-> Rx

With the USB disconnected, the Arduino Nano + BT module works perfectly as wireless programmer, also with the USB conncted and teh BT module disconnected thinsg (obviously work). Only with both the USB and BT module connected, communication doesn't work.
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