BT-210 uses Bluetooth communication to allow the modules to interact via serial communication (UART). The compatible products are shown below:
(Please refer to the compatible part for instructions on how to connect the device.)
- CM-100A, CM-530 : Wireless control, Wireless download
- CM-510, CM-700, CM-900 : Wireless control (Firmware update required)
Following products are not compatible with BT-210.
- Remote Controller : RC-100, RC-100A
- Controller : CM-100, CM-5, CM-2+
- Able to control the OLLO Bug using Bluetooth communication.
- Connect BT-210 onto the OLLO Bug controller (CM-100A)
- Able to wirelessly control the OLLO with the Android smart phone by connecting the BT-210 onto the OLLO.
- Using the PC to control the controller via Bluetooth communication.
- Connect BT-210 onto the CM-900 and connect onto the Bluebooth port.
- Able to mount the BT-201 onto the Bioloid Premium kit’s controller (CM-530)
Caution Please be sure to connect the device while the controller is turned off. Damage may occur if the device is connected while the power is turned on.
|Size||18mm X 30mm X 9.1mm|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth Specification 2.1 Support|
|Effective Communication Distance||10M|
|Frequency||2.4 GHz ISM Band|
|Default Baud rate||57600bps|
|Bluetooth Profile Supported||SPP (Serial Port Profile)|
|Consumed Current||48mA (Max)|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C ~ 85°C|
|Baud rate Range||1,200bps – 400,000bps|
|Interface||UART (3.3V Level)|
|Conducted Net Power||-6~4dBm(Class 2)|
FW v12 or below
FW v13 or above
Utilizes a pairing mechanism that allows reliable 1:1 communication.
- When using two BT-210s, it is possible to set one as the “Master” and the other as the “Slave” use the device to communicate with each other. Also, It is possible to use the BT-210 with a smart phone—with the Bluetooth capability—by setting BT-210 to “Slave mode” and pairing the two devices to each other.
- When the power is initially supplied to the BT-210, the blue LED blinks. Once the pairing is successful the blinking stops and the blue LED light is maintained.
Download sketch example for the OpenCM-9.04(“f_SerialUSB_Serial2_Converter”)
Connect the BT-210 to the OpenCM9.04, then run Tera Term
Once connection is complete baud rate can be any.
Go to Setup->Terminal and check local echo
From terminal check the box and press OK From there enter the AT and enter an integer. The OK button becomes available and will allow check of the BT-210.
Once setup is complete when the BT-210 is connected to the CM-900 pick either master or slave mode The picture show master mode.
The following are AT terminal commands for the BT-210
Enter ATZ press the Enter key and the BT-210 resets.if settings have changed the mode will change upon reset.
- Mode change
- Use this command to switch between master and slave modes for the BT-210.
- AT+BTROLE=M -> Master mode
- AT+BTROLE=S -> Slave mode
- Afterwards enter ATZ to reset.
Peripheral device search
This is possible only in master mode. Enter AT+BTINQ followed by the Enter key the device class comes as 0x1F00(SPP).
Connecting devices (pairing)
Once devices have been found they can be connected via its 12-digit hex MAC address. for example a device with MAC address of abc2-ff-123458 enter ATDabc2ff123458 (ignore the – sign). When asked for pin code enter 0000.
- Change pin code
- AT+BTKEY=digit Pin Code
- To change pin code follow the procedure below.
- then enter AT+BTKEY (ignore the = sign)
Output current device class
Output of SPP (serial port profile) 0x1f00
Change Bluetooth device name
AT+BTNAME = for name change
Device Under Test (DUT) mode
Under this mode the device is a “test” device and not suited for applications.
Enter AT+BTDUT then ATZ (make sure is in slave mode)
To get out of DUT mode enter AT+BTDUT one more time then ATZ
- Change Baudrate
|1||RXD||Receive Data(Data In)||INPUT|
|2||TXD||Transmit Data(Data Out)||OUTPUT|