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Thanks for your WT12 uart breakout board. It looks good, except I'm wondering if there is a product that connects the TW12 uart v1.2 pcb pinout to usb? I looked at the BlueSMiRF on sparkfun since I know you said it was pin compatible, but couldn't find a reference to a uart-to-usb converter? Am I overlooking something or do I just have to bite the bullet and do my own pin soldering?
Hi ! Any ETA for WT12 UART Breakout Board with mounted WT12 module and required components ?
i can't start the project without the wt12 uart breakout board so i want to wait for it. Can you assure me that it will be ready by 6th march?
please, i want to know when some of the WT12 UART BLUETOOTH BREAKOUT BOARD will be on stock. i really need it for my project work.
First of all, thanks for the fast shipping and impressive soldering!
Okay, so in Bluegiga's iWrap5 HID application note on page 9. It discuses HID descriptors. I have been researching and trying stuff for the past 10 hours to probably being more lost when I started. Simply, I don't know what it wants.
So far I did
SET BT class 00540
SET PROFILE HID 0d 40 0100 00 en 0409 dataBT
When I reset I get
HID descriptor PSkey empty, HID not added!
You are doing a great job with this bluegiga chip. I have a few questions to ask:
Does the wt12 comes preconfigured with the SPP profile?
Have you considered making a breakout for the more advanced wt32 chip? Its A2DP feature makes it very attractive for audio projects.
I am trying to connect a IMU module to a PC over Bluetooth.
The IMU is the CH Robotics CHR-6dm, and uses TTL UART, with sw flow control.
Do you see any issueof it working with the WT12?
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