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BLUNO "AT+BIND" Command

userHead Blacked 2014-02-17 00:04:36 7541 Views19 Replies
What does this command do?

AT+BIND=0x0017ea9397e1

Kinda new in Arduino programming so I'm totally clueless on what does this line of code do. Can someone please elaborate it properly. Sorry for the bother and it would be a great help for a newbie like me to understand.
2014-02-20 13:50:37 Hello Blacked?

Your mean you want to connect two device with you bluno at the same time?
Or only one device at the same time?
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2014-02-20 13:50:37 Hello Blacked?

Your mean you want to connect two device with you bluno at the same time?
Or only one device at the same time?
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2014-02-20 10:57:16 Hi Grey,

From what I understood on what you said, I'll just use the AT+BIND command and input two destination address while the Bluno is in AT switch. Then there is no need to type in the command AT+CMODE=UNIQUE.

But let's say that I just want these two destination address to connect to my Bluno, do I still need to input a conditional statement on my sketch?
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2014-02-20 10:57:16 Hi Grey,

From what I understood on what you said, I'll just use the AT+BIND command and input two destination address while the Bluno is in AT switch. Then there is no need to type in the command AT+CMODE=UNIQUE.

But let's say that I just want these two destination address to connect to my Bluno, do I still need to input a conditional statement on my sketch?
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2014-02-20 10:01:57 Hello Blacked,

No, they are at command, you could set them through the serial port before you use it.
It is no need to include them to your sketch.


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2014-02-20 10:01:57 Hello Blacked,

No, they are at command, you could set them through the serial port before you use it.
It is no need to include them to your sketch.


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2014-02-19 19:58:36 Hi Grey,

So instead of using the "AT+CMODE" and "AT+BIND" command, I should just include it to my sketch? Is that correct?
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2014-02-19 19:58:36 Hi Grey,

So instead of using the "AT+CMODE" and "AT+BIND" command, I should just include it to my sketch? Is that correct?
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2014-02-19 13:50:47 Hello Blacked,

Yes, if you want to use two or more device.
It is better to turn off this function with "at+cmode" command.

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2014-02-19 13:50:47 Hello Blacked,

Yes, if you want to use two or more device.
It is better to turn off this function with "at+cmode" command.

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2014-02-18 19:50:24 Hi Grey,

I've got two questions again if you don't mind.

1. 0x0017ea9397e1 (the example given from the wiki), do i need to convert the Bluetooth MAC address of my smartphone to this type or should I say, how can you convert it from MAC address to that format.

2. Can I bind more than one destination address?

Thanks for your replies.
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2014-02-18 19:50:24 Hi Grey,

I've got two questions again if you don't mind.

1. 0x0017ea9397e1 (the example given from the wiki), do i need to convert the Bluetooth MAC address of my smartphone to this type or should I say, how can you convert it from MAC address to that format.

2. Can I bind more than one destination address?

Thanks for your replies.
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2014-02-18 10:00:07 Hello Blacked?
Yes, you are right. It is your smartphone bluetooth address.
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2014-02-18 10:00:07 Hello Blacked?
Yes, you are right. It is your smartphone bluetooth address.
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2014-02-17 22:51:52 Can you elaborate more regarding "device bluetooth destination address". Im kinda confused whether that destination address is my Smartphone or is it another BLUNO device? userHeadPic Blacked
2014-02-17 22:51:52 Can you elaborate more regarding "device bluetooth destination address". Im kinda confused whether that destination address is my Smartphone or is it another BLUNO device? userHeadPic Blacked
2014-02-17 12:17:59 Hello Blacked,
This command will set the device bluetooth destination address.
You could use  "AT+CMODE" to open/close this function.
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2014-02-17 12:17:59 Hello Blacked,
This command will set the device bluetooth destination address.
You could use  "AT+CMODE" to open/close this function.
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2014-02-17 00:04:36 What does this command do?

AT+BIND=0x0017ea9397e1

Kinda new in Arduino programming so I'm totally clueless on what does this line of code do. Can someone please elaborate it properly. Sorry for the bother and it would be a great help for a newbie like me to understand.
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