Last week I received the puck -JS. I am having problems with pairing with the device I ave a 4.0 low energy bluetooth dongle ( type Laird) . But the pairing is not working ? any idea's.
I downloaded the espruino web ide.
I also tried harware wiring, i got a connection but am not able to type in the left side of de espruino wed ide ? The cursor is blinking but not responding ? Any help is welcome.
I am very impressed with the hardware of the puck-js. Just Like to get to work with it ASAP.
What operating system do you have? And is it an external BLE dongle?
When using the wired connection, did you power-cycle Puck.js with serial connected? To save power, Puck.js only initialises the serial port if it detects a voltage on the RX line at boot time.
Have you had any luck when connecting to Puck.js with a mobile phone, maybe with some of the examples here: https://www.espruino.com/Puck.js+Web+Bluetooth
Windows 10 is the operating system, It is an external BLE dongle. I also tried it on my laptop , windows 10 and an internal bluetooth system.
The tip on the hardware wiring helped, thank you ;-) now it is responding. I can at least play with it !!!
I have been able to pair with the puck using my smartphone but when i opened the web ide and trie to connect the connection is there but when i try to connect, the connection failed ?
Have you tried updating Puck.js's firmware to 1v91 using your smartphone? The newer firmware can really help to make connections more reliable, and that could potentially solve your problems.
Hi, does anyone have any videos I could look at of around 4 x Qty Puck JS talking to each other and one of the Pucks controlling the lights on the other 3 Pucks - Many thanks.
It's a while ago since this NRF multiple connections? post and things gotten much enhanced now. Proof of it is this entry about notifications - a fixed bug in notifications.
Reading around: the concept is that each puck advertises and one scans. The one you want to communication, you ask for a connection. When done with communication, disconnect and return to advertise/scan mode. Scanning has to be supported by a white list to ask only 'known' devices for a connection.
Great thanks for that.
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