Recently, Cytron Technologies has come out with the latest version of Bluetooth wireless module, BlueBee 4.0! Today I am going to show you how to setup master and slave connections between these modules to do some brilliant stuff. Remember BlueBee 4.0 can be only slave device when operating in EDR mode, so the modules will be operating in BLE mode during the master and slave communication.
Cytron Technologies has brought you the latest version of Bluetooth wireless module, BlueBee 4.0! Unlike the previous version of BlueBee, this module supports dual mode, BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) mode and EDR mode which is commonly used. But what makes this module special is its BLE mode, which provides lower power consumption than previous Bluetooth module BlueBee.
Bluetooth wireless communication is becoming more and more common recently. In response to this trend, Cytron Technologies has came up with a new Bluetooth module called BlueBee, which provides hobbyists a wireless remote control on their microcontroller circuits thus robots through serial port communication service attached with BlueBee. In the section, a simple project will be constructed to illustrate how to use BlueBee for wireless communication to interface another Cytron product, breadboard friendly Arduino, BBFuino to control LEDs.