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My two modules arrived safely, and popping in two batteries had one of them blinking happily away in response to the second!   My phone detected the BLE beacon.  Haven't reprogrammed them yet, but it all looks quite straight forward.  

Congrats Lgbeno / Luke on a great project/product.  

 

David

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