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GLP

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Hi there,

Is it possible to send eventcode signals with monkeylogic to a bluetooth or wireless 
transmitter (that is usb connected) rather than a data acquisition card that is typically used? 

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Jaewon

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Would you explain more details about the purpose and the setup? The latest version of NIMH ML can trigger a remote reward device via Bluetooth. If that is what you are looking for, please see the 'doc\Bluetooth' directory.
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GLP

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Where is doc/bluetooth? I can't find it in the latest version, if it's there where I have to search for
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Jaewon

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It is in the installation path or under the main directory of NIMH ML.
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GLP

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OK, I managed to get this to work, but does the bluetooth module needs to be continuously connected to the Arduino Uno or does the bluetooth module could standalone?

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Jaewon

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The Bluetooth module is just a receiver. It is the Uno that powers up the module and generates TTLs.
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GLP

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Do you know of any miniature bluetooth module (monkey-head wearable) that could receive bluetooth commands from Monkey Logic and use these to trigger a TTL or analog output? Has this been done before? We want to capture behavioral events on a mobile recording system located on the monkey's head. 
 
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Jaewon

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I don't know. There is a small wifi version of Arduino though. It may suit your purpose.

https://store.arduino.cc/usa/arduino-mkr1000
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GLP

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Thanks, does that mean that this wifi Arduino will not need to be wired connected to the bluetooth module?
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Jaewon

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It means you will use wifi instead of Bluetooth. It has the wifi module on board, so there won't be a wire connection except for the battery, I think. It is up to you.
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GLP

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Do you think we can use this https://www.adafruit.com/product/2377 instead, that is smaller, to send the TTLs from the bluetooth receive command?

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You should contact the manufacturer.
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GLP

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Is there any way to send 'goodmonkey' events to multiple bluetooth devices 
(ie. define multiple com port outputs in GUI)?

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