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Review Details

Iteaduino-BT Arduino Compatible Board With Master/slave Bluetooth Wireless Module HC-05

Iteaduino-BT Arduino Compatible Board With Master/slave Bluetooth Wireless Module HC-05

Product Review (submitted on August 6, 2014):
First, let me say that all my Arduino projects have been with the UNO variant. The original UNO is a bit limited, both in connectivity and function, which is why products like Iteaduino and Iteaduino BT are so great. I just bought my first Iteaduino BT and set it up yesterday. My computer is a PC running Windows 7 64 bit. At first, when I connected the board to the USB port, it seems like the computer recognized it, but couldn't load the right driver. It took many attempts before the driver finally loaded and the board was given COM8. I think they should figure out why I had so much trouble and put it in the documentation how to set it up correctly. The first thing I did was write a simple sketch to control a LED attached to digital I/O 8. Send the letter 'a' to turn it on and 'b' to turn it off. When tethered to the PC, it worked fine. I simply typed 'a' or 'b' through the serial monitor. When I disconnected it from the PC and used my android cell phone app (SENA BTerm) to connect, it wouldn't listen to the 'a' or 'b' commands. I didn't know why it wouldn't work, so as a test, i moved the two jumpers from position A to position B, while keeping the switch in the DAT position. That worked.My simple program now communicates with the board. I hope this information helps other users of this board. I love the boards from ITEAD. The extra breakout pins and the extra rows of holes next to the IO pins make these boards better than the original Arduinos.