Raytac would like to remind following external MCU setting for first time connection with AT command DK Board.

1. Baud Rate: Default setting is 9600 without Flow Control
2. UART PD default setting is “Low”
   *a. MCU output set as “Low” to connect the DK Board
   *b. If MCU can not set up output “Low”, please use jumper to connect UART PD                 onto DK board to stay in “Low” (please refer to below pictures)
3. AT Command edit can only be committed under the DK boards is “No-Bonded” (Not Paired).
4. DK default broadcasting set as 30 sec and then enter to sleep mode. Developers can press wake up button to restart the broadcasting!
Tutorial 2-MDBT42A AT DK 拷貝Tutorial 2-nRF52810_AT-UART(52832-M9) Schematic.jpg

Provide the AT Command initial default setting as in below

(Pls refer to Spec Sheet Page 8 for more detail

Raytac Corporation
A BT4.1 & BT4.2 & BT5 module maker based on Nordic nRF51 & nRF52 solution 
(nRF51822 & nRF51422 & nRF52832 & nR52810 & nRF52840)
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Raytac Corporation was established in year 2004 by a group of engineer's expertise in the Radio Frequency (RF) technology and a team of experienced multinational senior marketing and production personnel. The core technology know-how in RF Module, BLE Module, Manufacturing of the wireless electronic products, Raytac has committed to the customers a more convenient wireless choice. Our mission, "Making our life more convenient through innovation and application of wireless technology"; we will constantly evolve and adapt from our RF technology, to provide all our customers the best solutions in the wireless world. And, will devote ourselves to be one of the wireless technology leader in the world and have more contribution to the human beings.

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