The SensorTag device from Texas Instruments is a great tool used in BLE development. It includes a variety of sensors including light, temperature, humidity, and movement. It also has a light and buzzer that can be engaged via Bluetooth.
- [Instructor] During this course…I'll be using a device called the sensor tag.…This is the peripheral that we'll be advertising…and that I'll connect to from my app.…This is a device made by Texas Instruments.…You can read more about it at ti.com/sensortag.…At this website, you can find out…lots of information about the sensor tag.…There's various models of the sensor tag.…We will be using the multi-standard sensor tag…or the CC2650.…This has Bluetooth capability…and it also has multiple sensors such as light,…temperature, humidity, three axis of motion and more.…
It's very useful to be able to prototype an app…against such a device.…We can detect things like changes in light,…temperature and so on.…So for a variety of things…that you might be needing to develop,…this could be a good prototype…when you don't have the actual physical device yet.…There's also the user guide online,…that you can reference to learn a lot of information…about the sensor tag itself…and also its services and characteristics.…This can be helpful in determining…
- Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) basics
- Core Bluetooth key classes
- Scanning for peripherals
- Discovering services and characteristics
- Writing to a characteristic
- Reconnecting to peripherals
- Apps as peripherals
Skill Level Intermediate
1. BLE Basics
2. Scanning, Connecting, and Discovering
3. Writing to a Characteristic
Adding additional features10m 43s
4. An App as a Peripheral
Next steps1m 7s
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