Standard AT

The following standard Hayes/AT commands are available on Bluefruit LE modules:

AT

Acts as a ping to check if we are in command mode. If we are in command mode, we should receive the 'OK' response.

Codebase Revision: 0.3.0

Parameters: None

Output: None

ATI

Displays basic information about the Bluefruit module.

Codebase Revision: 0.3.0

Parameters: None

Output: Displays the following values:

  • Board Name
  • Microcontroller/Radio SoC Name
  • Unique Serial Number
  • Core Bluefruit Codebase Revision
  • Project Firmware Revision
  • Firmware Build Date
  • Softdevice, Softdevice Version, Bootloader Version (0.5.0+)
ATI
BLEFRIEND
nRF51822 QFAAG00
FB462DF92A2C8656
0.5.0
0.5.0
Feb 24 2015
S110 7.1.0, 0.0
OK

Updates:

  • Version 0.4.7+ of the firmware adds the chip revision after the chip name if it can be detected (ex. 'nRF51822 QFAAG00').
  • Version 0.5.0+ of the firmware adds a new 7th record containing the softdevice, softdevice version and bootloader version (ex. 'S110 7.1.0, 0.0').

ATZ

Performs a system reset.

Codebase Revision: 0.3.0

Parameters: None

Output: None

ATE

Enables or disables echo of input characters with the AT parser

Codebase Revision: 0.3.0

Parameters: '1' = enable echo, '0' = disable echo

Output: None

# Disable echo support
ATE=0
OK
#Enable echo support
ATE=1
OK

+++

Dynamically switches between DATA and COMMAND mode without changing the physical CMD/UART select switch.

When you are in COMMAND mode, entering '+++\n' or '+++\r\n' will cause the module to switch to DATA mode, and anything typed into the console will go direct to the BLUE UART service.

To switch from DATA mode back to COMMAND mode, simply enter '+++\n' or '+++\r\n' again (be sure to include the new line character!), and a new 'OK' response will be displayed letting you know that you are back in COMMAND mode (see the two 'OK' entries in the sample code below).

Codebase Revision: 0.4.7

Parameters: None

Output: None

Note that +++ can also be used on the mobile device to send and receive AT command on iOS or Android, though this should always be used with care.
See the AT+MODESWITCHEN command to control the availability of the +++ command
ATI
BLEFRIEND
nRF51822 QFAAG00
B122AAC33F3D2296
0.4.6
0.4.6
Dec 22 2014
OK
+++
OK
OK
Last updated on 2016-12-06 at 09.58.25 AM Published on 2015-05-01 at 05.25.22 PM