[EMS Discuss] Sensors reporting via cell phone (AKA networking my dog/car) (?Bluetooth maybe?)
Wed Mar 27 17:20:26 PDT 2013
The usual command is AT+CMGS for texting from serial. I did some googling and couldn't find out if the LG800G supported it or not but might be worth a shot. Ditto re the Samsung.
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On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 5:02 PM, Julie Baumler <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 4:46 PM, Benjamin Hallert <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
>> You can often connect to a phone and send text messages using AT commands
>> over serial.
> Ohhh, that would be ideal for me. I wore out the T key on my first Mac
> laptop sending AT commands over serial to various devices...
> I currently have a Samsung S125Z
> http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/cell-phones/SGH-S125ZSATFN - I've
> already got the case duct-taped together, I should see if there is
> serial access internally (This is my backup 2nd network emergency
> phone, as long as it works, it could be totally hacked together.)
> The $20 phone is an LG800G
>> If physical serial access isn't available on the phone then you might be
>> able to pair to it with Bluetooth and send the commands via that. What
>> model of TracFone exactly? Might be able to see what AT commands are
>> available for things like sending SMS.
> How would I find things like that? Looking for 'datasheet' and
> 'manual' has not been fruitful.
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>> On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 4:41 PM, Julie Baumler <EMAIL HIDDEN> wrote:
>>> Hi everyone -
>>> Since my dog likes to hang out in my car, I want to set up a
>>> temperature and water sensor in my car that reports over a cellular
>>> network when the temperature reaches certain thresholds or the water
>>> sensor shows no water, and possibly can be triggered from the network
>>> to report temperature and water status. I may wish to add additional
>>> sensors later.
>>> The actual sensors and having them trigger 'something' using an
>>> arduino are easy, but I'm not sure what the best way to get from there
>>> to having a cell phone do something - and what features the phone
>>> needs to have to support this. I know I could do it with an Android
>>> phone, but I want to use a throw away phone that's clearly not worth
>>> stealing. Is Bluetooth support enough to do what I want if I use it to
>>> trigger SMS (and vice-versa)? I need to throw some money at TracFone
>>> in the next week to keep my backup/emergency service going, and one
>>> way to do that is to purchase a new phone from them. Their $20 phone
>>> with Bluetooth has Version 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) with the
>>> hands-free, headset, object push, and object exchange profiles. Is
>>> that sufficient? Or what is the minimal hardware profile I need?
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