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by DonPancoe
04:11, 05 Nov 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Send Value from Input Number Box to Write Characteristic
Replies: 2
Views: 9079

Re: Send Value from Input Number Box to Write Characteristic

Belated thanks for the reply. I got by with just having up/down buttons, but I will still try your suggestion to be ready for the next time.
by DonPancoe
04:24, 01 Nov 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Send Value from Input Number Box to Write Characteristic
Replies: 2
Views: 9079

Send Value from Input Number Box to Write Characteristic

This seems like it should be simple, but I can't figure it out after much trial and error (my HTML/JS skills are sketchy at best). I want to have a number input box in an Evothings app that, upon clicking a SUBMIT button, would write that value to a BLE characteristic on my device. I've got a jQuery...
by DonPancoe
15:31, 04 Jun 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Receive data from BLE (HM10 module/Arduino)
Replies: 12
Views: 42643

Re: Receive data from BLE (HM10 module/Arduino)

Glad you got it figured out.

Don
by DonPancoe
14:16, 03 Jun 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Receive data from BLE (HM10 module/Arduino)
Replies: 12
Views: 42643

Re: Receive data from BLE (HM10 module/Arduino)

I tried it here and, according to both the Evothings terminal and an LED on the Microduino-BT, the Evothings client app is connecting to the HM10. But the Evothings terminal then says "ERROR: RX/TX services not found!" I also tried to connect to the HM10 with a generic Nordic app I have ( ...
by DonPancoe
06:03, 02 Jun 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Receive data from BLE (HM10 module/Arduino)
Replies: 12
Views: 42643

Re: Receive data from BLE (HM10 module/Arduino)

You are right, there is one other thing I forgot that is keeping you from connecting to the HM10. I had changed the device name of my HM10 to "HMSoft531" to indicate I had upgraded the firmware to v5.31 on my device, but I believe the default device name is simply "HMSoft". You c...
by DonPancoe
22:12, 01 Jun 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Receive data from BLE (HM10 module/Arduino)
Replies: 12
Views: 42643

Re: Receive data from BLE (HM10 module/Arduino)

Sharing with the group a private response I had prepared for avip... I looked at the HM10 using a pretty powerful BLE tool from Cypress called CySmart . Here is what I found... UUID UUID Description Value 0xFFE1 has 'Write w/o Response' and 'Read' uint8 array of read/write chars 0x2902 Client Charac...
by DonPancoe
15:40, 27 Apr 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Slow Reading Characteristics
Replies: 2
Views: 8325

Re: Slow Reading Characteristics

Thank you for the information. As it turns out, I was able to speed up the firmware enough to where this was no longer an issue, but this is all still good to know.

Don
by DonPancoe
18:42, 24 Apr 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: Slow Reading Characteristics
Replies: 2
Views: 8325

Slow Reading Characteristics

I've got a peripheral I'm working on that is admittedly slow in reporting its characteristics due to a pretty heavy processor load. I am working on optimizing the embedded code to speed it up, but I'm wondering if there is any thing I can do on the Evothings side since there is a time crunch to get ...
by DonPancoe
13:19, 18 Apr 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: writeDescriptor error
Replies: 6
Views: 14039

Re: writeDescriptor error

I'm not completely sure I understand it myself, but I've generally found that you can pad 16 and 32 bit UUIDs with the same digits to make them into 32 bit or 128 bit UUIDs. For example... The RFduino read characteristic UUID is 2221, but I've found this 128 bit UUID to work 0000 2221 -0000-1000-800...
by DonPancoe
12:58, 08 Apr 2015
Forum: Questions and answers
Topic: BLE Events Callback? Or Reset Button in App?
Replies: 3
Views: 10163

Re: BLE Events Callback? Or Reset Button in App?

Thank you. I've now got some reference material to help develop better long-term solutions as well as a quick fix for my immediate problem. I was thinking of having a button to re-run app.startScan() function from app.js, but I wasn't sure that would clean out all remnants of any prior connections. ...

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