Check Bluetooth external Batterie using basic4ppc

Discussion in 'Questions (Windows Mobile)' started by wm.chatman, Apr 21, 2009.

  1. wm.chatman

    wm.chatman Well-Known Member Licensed User

    :)Hello folks

    Sorry about the Header.

    Just another Question, :sign0137:if I may.
    is it possible to Check GPS Receivers external Batterie (ext module) using Bluetooth using basic4ppc?
    I am thinking / NO

    best Regards to all,

    PC: Laptop CoreDUo, Windows XP SP2 E
    PPC: MDA Pro/WM5
    OS: 5.1.195
    Prozessor: PXA-520 Mhz
    Display: 480x640 TFT
    Periphery: GPS Receiver (ext module)
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2009
  2. Zenerdiode

    Zenerdiode Active Member Licensed User

    This is going to be very manufacturer-specific. There may be a request you can send to the module over Bluetooth that it will respond with battery strength. If so, the Serial library is all you need. I think you'll need to consult some manufacturers documents to see if it is supported.
  3. wm.chatman

    wm.chatman Well-Known Member Licensed User


    Was not able to find out much.

    Main Interfaces
    Connection: Communication with host platform via Bluetooth Serial Port Profile
    Protocol Messages: NMEA 0183 output protocol
    Baud Rate: 38400 bps
    Data Bit: 8
    Stop Bit: 1
    Output Format: GGA (1 sec), GSA (1 sec), GSV (5 sec), RMC (1 sec), VTG (1 sec)

    Battery Source: rechargeable and removable Lithium Polymer battery with 5vDC input charging circuit (1200 mA)

    best regards,
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