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LabVIEW BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) toolkit and Inkbird IBT6X termometer



I’m working on a LabView program that can read temperature from a Inkbird IBT6X Bluetooth thermometer. (IBBQ)



The Inkbird use Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)


I’m using the LabView BLE toolkit and the BLED112 usb dongle.


I have installed the Bluegiga drivers.


I can connect to the Inkbird and read the name of the device (IBBQ)


I can also change the temperature reading between °C and °F


I can also send the CredentialsMessage {0x21, 0x07, 0x06, 0x05, 0x04, 0x03, 0x02, 0x01, 0xb8, 0x22, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00} to the characteristic 0xFFF1 on Service 0xFFF0


I can see that it works because the setup keeps the link running afterwards. (Else it will timeout after 30sec)


I can also send the “RealtimeDataEnableMessage”  {0x0B, 0x01, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00} to 0xFFF5 on Service 0xFFF0


But my problem is that I don’t get any response (temperature readings)


It seems that I’m missing some kind of subscription state for characteristic FFF4___FFF0


I have tried connecting to the device from an iPhone APP called “BlueSEE”


When I do the same (sending the “CredentialsMessage” and the “RealtimeDataEnableMessage”) and subscribe to FFF4___FFF0 I start receiving data from the temperature probes.


But how do I do this “subscribe” in BLE/ LabView ?




I’m looking forward to get this running so that I can make some great Brisket on my Smoker 😊



I found some info from others that has it up running but they are not using LabView ☹

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Is this question still open? Did you manage to find a way to get it to work with LabVIEW? 





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Its up running 🙂




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Have you solved the problem?


Could you tell me how you have subscribed to a notify service with the BLE driver?


Thanks very much!!!!

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Please have a look at the attached simple demo i made. 


Br Per



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