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DirtyPCB NanoSeeker v2.1

Posted on Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 in DirtyPCBs.com, wireless by DP

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Jon Hylands writes:

So I built a board tonight, and its working (after removing and rotating one of the h-bridge chips I put on backwards). I’ve validated that micropython works on it, and I can turn on and off the four LEDs. I’ve also successfully paired my cell phone with the bluetooth module on the board, so I’m pretty happy about that.

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One Response to “DirtyPCB NanoSeeker v2.1”

  1. Gwen says:

    Jon,

    I have to admit the engineering you performed is great.

    But, sorry for this, what is the added value of bluetooth for an under water vehicle?
    How deep/far from your phone will this work?

    Gwen

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