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U1177A IR-Bluetooth connect fail and U1232A multimeter

Question asked by shk1d29 on Sep 3, 2013
Latest reply on Sep 11, 2013 by sj_w
I recently bought a U1232A with the U1177A IR-Bluetooth module. I am able to get the U1177A module to connect to my android device and PC, but the DMM still shows as "Meter not connected" on my Android device and the PC logging software fails to detect the DMM. So needless to say it is not showing the readings on the Android Meter or Logging App. I am however able to confirm that the DMM is able to "talk" to the BT module when I am in setup mode.

While the U1177A is in setup mode, on the PC, I can see and change the default settings:

+Connect U1177A>ati?+
+F/W VERSION: v4.378+

+Connect U1177A>ati1
+ATG=900, ENABLE ENTER SLEEP MODE; ENABLE UART TO WAKE UP+
+ATH=1, DISCOVERABLE+
+ATK=0, ONE STOP BIT+
+ATL=1, BAUD RATE is 9600+
+ATM=0, NONE PARITY_BIT+
+ATN=U1177A, LOCAL NAME+
+ATP=1234, PIN CODE+ 
+ATQ=1, NEVER SEND RESULT CODE+ 

It also shows when I change the dial to a different measurement on the DMM:

+Connect U1177A>*2+
+*3+
+*2+
+*1+
+*0+
+*1+

When I keep hitting the TrigHold button, it would show the following:

+Connect U1177A>*1+
+"010013612000200"+
+"010008412000200"+
+"010005712000200"+
+"010008012000200"+
+"010003712000200"+

+Connect U1177A>atib?+
+0012-6f-2c3089>atb?+


So I do know the DMM is sending IR info to the BT module.

What else am I missing?  

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