Z-Duino Arduino Bluetooth board removes the need for a USB connection




Arduino enthusiasts searching for a board that supports connection via Bluetooth rather than USB may be interested in the Z-duino Bluetooth Arduino board recently launched via Kickstarter. Compatible with the Arduino Uno the new Bluetooth board allows you to remove the need for a USB cable connection making your development and applications more flexible.

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“You can upload your code without USB cable. It is wireless by Bluetooth. Yes, once you have Bluetooth on you computer, you can update the Z-duino over the air. And also, you can download the firmware from your mobile phone. Yes, your Android phone!”

– Question 1:How do you do when you are debugging a project?
– First, connect the computer and your Arduino by USB.
– Second, Upload your code into the Arduino.
– Third, Detach the Arduino and bring to the field and test run.
– If the function is not good, repeat 1-3 steps. Again and again…..

– Question 2: How do you print your log info or use debug console on your filed?
– a: Take a laptop and USB cable to connect the Arduino
– b: I can’t

– Question 3: If you use an battery based Arduino project, how do you manage the battery?
– a: Use dry battery, Buy a lot battery to change
– b: Use a rechargeable battery, and take it out to charge when it is low power.

The Z-duino is now available to back via Kickstarter with early bird pledges available from just £16 and worldwide delivery expected to take place during Q1 2019. For more details and full specifications jump over to the official crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.




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