11-08-2013 10:34 AM
I'm using a BlueTooth GATT example to enable connection with Wahoo Scale. The scale is found by the utility (after it is paired and saved in the BlueTooth settings interface). It lists several standard services, and one (0x1901) which is not listed in any of the GATT documentation on the BlueTooth site.
Also, under this service, there are three characteristics listed, one of which is 0x2A1C, TEMPERATURE_MEASUREMENT...
Now, since there is no GATT profile for the WEIGHT, is Wahoo using temperature GATT profile to pass the weight measurement through?
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11-08-2013 12:36 PM
They could be. However - temperature might be an important component when calulating weight from their sensor.
You'll probably need a datasheet or at least confirmation from Wahoo to know for sure.
11-08-2013 12:40 PM
Thanks...Hmmm... body temperature? Or environment temperature? Because there is definitely no body temperature sensor on the scale.
However, my question was more geared towards an apparent omission of this service in the GATT profile, and how to read it when it is missing or not specified in the Services... I guess you pointed me in the right direction: Ask Wahoo
11-08-2013 12:54 PM - edited 11-08-2013 12:56 PM
I was thinking temperature of the unit / ambient.
If they're using a flex sensor - it may have different behaviour curves at different ambient temperatures. -5C in a Canadian garage, +31 in a sauna...
Good luck with Wahoo!
11-08-2013 01:04 PM
Thanks! I've reached out to them for more info on the scale. They do offer API but it is Apple only (With Android in Beta). Hopefully with GATT, I might get my Z10 to work with it without all the API song and dance I found that Z10 has an exceptionally robust BT hardware... I tested 4 iPhones in the office, and they are unable to find any BT devices nearby, while my Z10 finds 10 or so (be it computers, BT devices or other BBerries)
11-08-2013 03:21 PM
I heard back from Wahoo. Turns out the weight service exists but it's not official. GATT example app sniffed it out correctly but couldn't name it