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TGIF - Sneak peek


#1

Works good :wink:


#2

Bluetooth module?


#3

Yup


#4

What kind of bluetooth module? :slight_smile:


#5

4.0 LE :slight_smile:


#6

great guess Johny7, great module Justin! Where’s that website again ? :wink:


#7

Never neverland :smiley:


#8

Sweet looking module Justin, glad to see a TGIF coming up as I missed those. So how much is shipping for a crate of modules?


#9

I’ll just send you all my kiwi bucks I got from a recent trip, you can send me however many gadgets it’s worth.

oh, and it’d be a cooler image if the LED was lit :wink:


#10

@ Duke Nukem - £2.59


#11

@ Brett - the way the kiwi dollar is against the British shekel then lots of modules :wink:

tried a pick with it connected but the blue led was too bright for camera…


#12

paint.net time :wink:

How long before Creations will have this and your full back catalog? I’m all for shipping once - and this module is probably the one that has tipped it for me


#13

Can’t wait to see the rest of it. Keep 'em coming!


#14

Thx, like it also.

Justin: Does BLE support older phones with Bluetooth 3.0? Or it is only Bluetooth 4.0 compatible?

Thx


#15

This reminded me. A while ago before I even knew of the existence of Gadgeteer stuff, I became a funder of the rfduino kickstarter project. (http://www.rfduino.com/). I should be receiving all kinds of gadgets from them soon. I doubt it will make me a convert, but I think their modules will open up all kinds of cool options to wirelessly link gadgets to the gadgeteer mainboard. And I think your new product will make the ideal interface to on the mainboard side. Looking forward to it.


#16

@ JohnySeven - you can get combined jobbies but this module is only 4.0 LE

i decided to only offer LE as combined is more expensive and the firmware and driver is far more complex…

so new gen iWhatevers, Androids and Windows 8.1 it is…


#17

@ KiwiSaner - i use their modules in my rf pipe.

i have talked to them about using their rfduino module but documentation etc is still lacking…


#18

Yeah… I know what you mean. At first I was quite excited about their project. But after going back to their website many times since the kickstarter listing and never seeing any new info… I started to lose a bit of interest. Then I discovered this website and almost regretted that I did not rather spend that money on more Gadgeteer modules. I’m still quite interested to see how the rfduino thing will evolve once they go live.


#19

Justin, any idea whos chip its using CSR TI ?


#20

@ Peter Kenyon - its the TI chip