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Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)

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Hi

I am experimenting with connecting to BLE devices and hope there maybe some experts out there who can help. I have been pretty successful at connecting to various devices but something is bugging me.

I have a Polar H7 Heart Rate Monitor - about as inductry standard as you can get.

I define

let BLE_Heart_Rate_Service_CBUUID = CBUUID(string: "0x180D")

and use

self.centralManager.scanForPeripherals(withServices: [BLE_Heart_Rate_Service_CBUUID])

as predicted the central manager calls didDiscover and I can move on to connecting, discovering characteristices etc.

I also have a development board from Cypress which is programmed with Immediate Alert service (0x1802)

I define

let BLE_Find_Me_Service_CBUUID = CBUUID(string: "0x1802")

and call

self.centralManager.scanForPeripherals(withServices: [BLE_Find_Me_Service_CBUUID])

For this device it cannot find the device. didDiscover is not called

If I try

self.centralManager.scanForPeripherals(withServices: nil)

I can debug print a list of every device found and the one I'm looking for is there.

I can filter in this call back on the name and move on but was wondering of anyone knew why scanForPeripherals works or doesnt work as I described.

Sorry if that was a bit rambling.

Regards

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Hello. I'm sorry I can't help you, I'm following the 100 days course with Swift so my level is apprentice. But I would ask for your help to know where to get an example of a BLE application with Swift 5.5 where I can read and write an characteristics in a peripheral Thank you very much.

   

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