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nimonia
- 23rd September 2005, 17:32
any recommendation on cheap bluetooth module to try out?

Luciano
- 23rd September 2005, 18:24
Hi,

See this link.

http://www.parallax.com/detail.asp?product_id=30068

Manual with Basic Stamp 2 samples:
http://www.parallax.com/dl/docs/prod/comm/eb500.pdf

Specifications:
http://www.parallax.com/dl/docs/prod/comm/eb500Specs.pdf

Best regards,

Luciano

nimonia
- 2nd October 2005, 06:59
thnx luciano.. anything one have anything below USD 80?

rhino
- 20th December 2005, 15:20
BlueTooth v1.2 DIP Module found HERE (http://www.sparkfun.com). Go to "Wireless communication" and scroll down to the Bluetooth stuff.

lester
- 12th January 2006, 23:35
www.quickblue.co.uk

Bluetooth for well under 80usd!!

InitialDriveGTR
- 3rd April 2006, 20:39
National Semiconductor has free samples of BLuetooth serial modules. I have 12 on order, and will let you know how they go.

Ioannis
- 23rd May 2006, 12:01
I will try soon the xBeePro from MaxStream that reach almost 1.5Km range!

They are @ 2.4GHz with RS232 in/out up to 240Kbps and controlled through AT commands.

When I get the results I 'll post it here.

Oh, and the cost is under 30 Euros!

Ioannis

Ioannis
- 19th October 2013, 18:34
Although back from the dead, Digi modules are easy to work with standard footprint and AT commands or API support. Cost is low and availability not so good I suppose.

Then there are http://www.synapse-wireless.com same footprint for most of the modules as Digi's and XBee emulator (!) as I can verify with limited compatibility and similar cost, but availability in Europe is a minus.They can be programed in Python (for those who know or want to learn).

I have also tested some of www.dorji.com modem and ISM modules and can recommend them. Especially the DRF7020D27 module that is powerful tranceiver.

Google will show many others too.

Ioannis