Communicating wirelessly with the Arduino via VB.NET and Bluetooth | The hack shed
Visual Studio (or anything to compile .NET applications). Controlling any Arduino based applications wirelessly. Sending/Receiving data from the Arduino. 8230;anything where you don’t want wires. As the Bluetooth module uses 3.3v logic for RX (and Arduino uses 5v) we need it to make sure we can communicate with it. We have used two resistors 1.2KOhms and a 2.2KOhms to make a voltage divider. This will be used on the Arduino TX pin connected to the Bluetooth RX. The other 3 pins are straightforward, 5v, T...
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We’ll be doing this in a two-part post as Matrix Multimedia kindly gave us one of their development boards to try out ( ECIO28P PIC. We’ll be posting separately about what we’ve done with this in another review. As we understand it Flowcode has been around for many years and has been going through it’s revisions with additional features with every version. There is a large community of users and a generous helping of documentation in the form of tutorials, videos and online courses. February 2, 2014.