USB Bluetooth Dual Mode Transceiver

FSC-BP132 is an USB CDC powered Bluetooth 4.2 dual mode data transceiver. Bluetooth dual mode consists of Low Energy (LE), Basic Rate and Enhanced Data Rate (BR/EDR).

Product Details


FSC-BP132 is an USB CDC powered Bluetooth 4.2 dual mode data transceiver. Bluetooth dual mode consists of Low Energy (LE), Basic Rate and Enhanced Data Rate (BR/EDR). CDC is one type of USB device class, it provides emulated serial port communication over USB. FSC-BP132  can be powered by any host electronic device with USB port. Transmit distance reach up to 80m.The FSC-BP132  supports SPP and BLE. It can realize the function of converting Bluetooth data into HID and Bluetooth serial port transparent transmission.

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Main Features:


FSC-BP132 USB dongle features:

*Small size, portable to carry out

*Bluetooth 4.2 BR/EDR+BLE

*USB-UART Data transceiver

*Supports SPP, GATT, HID profiles

 

Technical Parameters


Profiles  


Major Profiles

GATT (Central &   Peripheral)

SPP (Master &   Slave)

HID

Other Profiles 

ATT, GAP, SMP, HCI, L2CAP

Other   features


OTA

 Device Firmware Upgrade Over The Air

TX power  Conducted:

+6dBm (max)

Antenna  


Type 

PCB Coil antenna

Gain 

2dBi (Max)

Radiation   diagram 

Omnidirectional

Power  


Power supply

USB

Voltage 

5V (typ.)

Mechanical   specifications


Material 

ABS plastic

Color 

White

Size 

60 X 19 X 8 mm

Protection

IP40

Environmental   specifications


Operating   temperature 

-20°C to +70°C

Storage   temperature 

-20°C to +70°C


USB Dongle


 

 


Transparent transmission mode:


1. Install the driver

2. View the device manager. You can see that a new serial device has been added.

3. Open the serial port through the serial port tools.

4. Send command switches to the transparent transmission mode. Command: AT+USBCFG=1.

5. Connect this device via SPP on your Android phone

6. Two-way data transmission.

 

HID mode:


1. Insert the FSC-BP132 USB Dongle.

2. Open the device manager. Can see the identified device

3. Connect this device via SPP on your Android phone.

4. On the PC side, open a notepad and lock the mouse cursor in Notepad.

5. Enter data on the mobile phone and click Send. You can see that the data sent by the phone is output to the notebook by the HID.


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