Frequently Asked Questions
Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm
U.S. Mountain Time:
Chat With Us
January 3, 2013
There appears to be a resistor in the switch already!
Nope, resistor appears to be included. See my other comment for numbers.
Just did some testing - I threw a 4.7k resistor inline and dumped 5V across and metered - the LED drops 2.67V at 11.57mA, so that puts resistance at 230 ohms! This thing definitely has a resistor in it already.
Nevermind, found it: you must provide proof of purchase and log in to their forums. http://www.blueradios.com/software.htm for more info.
Not blind… I can’t find it anywhere either.
Does anyone have a link to a list of the AT commands this module supports?! The summary spec sheet (linked above as the “datasheet”) makes no reference to API, nor does the product page.
Edit: AT command reference is only available to registered members… see http://www.blueradios.com/software.htm for more information. You’ll need to provide proof of purchase.
about 3 weeks ago
Yeah! That one. herp.
15A is 80% of 18.75A so this guy would do nicely.
It’s an interesting effect if you don’t have a strong enough supply - the lights toward the end gradually turn to orange/red one by one. I assume this is because blue and green suck more current.
about 2 months ago
Somebody suggested metering the leads but both sides test the same for continuity… wth.
Next to the stamped part number there is a smaller “3” - do you think that means pin 3?
Forgot your password?
No account? Register one!