Raytac is glad to announce a brand new AT command module line released today.
We encourage readers to visit Raytac’s website to obtain the detail information
Raytac AT command is built based on Nordic UART service, aka NUS, which is similar to SPP (Serial Port Profile) applied in Classic Bluetooth (BT2 and BT3)
To service the Bluetooth bridging works, AT command modules or dongle comes with both Central/Master & Peripheral/ Slave role available.
Latest released MDBT50Q-RX-ATM is a USB dongle designated to connect to PC or Machine acted as the Central / Mater role supporting below commands.
List of supported commands
Raytac today announced (Central / Master) AT command dongle released.
nRF52840 is Nordic’s latest and advanced solution, which brings a new interface “USB” from other lines, has drawn the attention among developers.
Raytac developed AT Command (Master / Central ) solution based on nRF52840 solution, fulfilled the demand of USB interface, missioned to deliver a full coverage of AT Command product line.
Raytac’s nRF52840 USB AT Command dongle, MDBT50Q-RX-ATM is a BT5, FCC/IC/CE/Telec/KC/SRRC/NCC/RCM/WPC pre-certified dongle which is eliminating the need for RF design expertise, and speeding time to market for complex M2M IoT applications.
AT command module is an easy solution provides developers a quick breakthrough to Bluetooth connection. Without firmware effort needed, simply have commands setting on MCU and the start to enjoy the implement of bridging connectivity between devices through Bluetooth.
After Raytac’s completed both Central (Master) & Peripheral (Salve) role AT command module projects, the USB interface has brought up the strongest demand by developers.
After AT Command Module, MDBT42Q-PAT, released, Raytac has received several feedback from developers about “How to read battery status through AT command?“
In order to help developers quickly set up the environment, the tutorial hereby is using a AT command DK board which deployed MDBT42Q-AT, to demonstrate how to work out this function.
First of all, the DK board schematic is provided in below for reference.