# Using BLE module by blueradios

I want to use the bluradios BLE module. Here is what I am talking about,

Another link for the material available on the site.

Now, I would like to use AT command set to program the module. The site says that there are AT command sets available, but I do not see them on the site. I am a rookie, so I would prefer using the AT command set, can you tell me what all I need to buy to get this going? Last time I used rn-42 bluetooth module, and to program that, all I had to do was send AT commands over serial via arduino, Can I do the same with the blueradios module?

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You might be refer the following sentences. First your arduino boards' UART TX/RX/GND pin to BlueRadio's RX/TX/GND connect. and you programming the arduino board uart to 9600 baud, 8bit,N (no parity)

It's HW setup. also, You can first setup your BlueRadio module with PC UART.

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Embedded testing: For the DB9 (RS-232) connector, connect the TX(2), RX(3) and GND(5) to the embedded computer or micro controller. If you are not using hardware flow control, connect RTS(7) to CTS(8) on the DB-9 connector. When connecting the TX and RX from the DB9 connector, you cannot connect/short the CTS and RTS at terminal J4 these are two different circuits.

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    UART.send("ATFRST\r\n");
// and wait "OK" or "ERR"
UART.recv(buf);
if (strstr(buf, "OK") )
{
// ok factory reset
}


do like this way , you refer the following document's AT command lists.

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I was able to find this.

Their website seems to imply that they want you to email them directly or join the forum to get this information.

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You should add some of the information here. When the link dies your answer becomes useless. – Federico Russo Feb 15 '13 at 9:26
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