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Bluetooth 4.0 BLE Shield for Arduino

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Shield v1.0
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Product Description

This is a Bluetooth Low Energy (Bluetooth 4.0) Shield for Arduino compatible boards.  A switch allows selection between 3.3V and 5V boards.  The serial data can be connected to digital pins D0 to D7 via jumpers.  Note that Bluetooth 4.0 is a relatively new standard and not a lot of devices have support.  The new iPhones and some Android devices have Bluetooth 4.0 support.


  • Supports both 3.3V and 5V operating levels, compatible with more motherboards
  • Serial port connection selector, you can choose the connection between BLE shield and UART of the motherboard
  • Onboard reset button
  • With interface for electronic brick, you can easily connect a variety of electronic brick modules


PCB size 56.0mm X 44.7mm X 1.6mm
Supply voltage 5V
Operating level 3.3V and 5V
Protocol Bluetooth 4.0
Indicators PWR and Status

Electrical Characteristics

Parameters Min. Typical Max. Unit
Power supply voltage 1.65 3.3 3.3 VDC
Working current (VCC=3.3V) - 50 - mA
Emission power - - 4 dBm
Sensitivity - - -84 dBm
Transmission velocity - 6 - Kbps
Working temperature -5 - 65



UART multiplexer

You can use jumpers to connect TXD and RXD pins of HM-10 module to D0~7 of Arduino.

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When connecting in the following way, BLE shield is to connect and communicate with hardware UART of chip Atmega328 on the board.

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When connecting in the following way, BLE shield is to communicate with chip Atmega8U2 or FT232RLon the board. They are connected to PC via USB cable, when connecting in this way, serial software of PC can be used to control or configure HM-10 module.

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Apart from the two ways above, you can also connect TXD and RXD to pins D2 ~ 7 and use a soft serial library to control BLE shield.

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Operating level switch

BLE shield5.jpg When switching to 3.3V, BLE shield can communicate with boards of 3.3V operating level, such as Arduino DUE; when switching to 5V, BLE shield can communicate with boards of 5V operating level, such as Arduino UNO.

When switching, the power supply voltage of V pin at the electronic brick interface will also change accordingly. That is to say, voltage of V pin is 3.3V when switching to 3.3V and 5V when switching to 5V.


1. PWR

3.3V power supply indicator of the shield: When the power supply is normal, PWR indicator is normally ON.

2. Status

Bluetooth connection status indicator: When the Bluetooth is under standby status, Status indicator flashes at pulse time of 500ms (Status indicator can be modified as OFF under standby status via AT commands); When the Bluetooth is under connection status, Status indicator is normally ON.



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