A 16-bit or 128-bit UUID. Can be used for services, characteristics, descriptors and more.
Create a new UUID or UUID object encapsulating the uuid value. The value can be one of:
intvalue in range 0 to 0xFFFF (Bluetooth SIG 16-bit UUID)
- a buffer object (bytearray, bytes) of 16 bytes in little-endian order (128-bit UUID)
- a string of hex digits of the form ‘xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx’
Creating a 128-bit UUID registers the UUID with the onboard BLE software, and provides a temporary 16-bit UUID that can be used in place of the full 128-bit UUID.
Parameters: value (int or typing.ByteString) – The uuid value to encapsulate
The 128-bit value of the UUID Raises AttributeError if this is a 16-bit UUID. (read-only)
128 if this UUID represents a 128-bit vendor-specific UUID. 16 if this UUID represents a 16-bit Bluetooth SIG assigned UUID. (read-only) 32-bit UUIDs are not currently supported.
Two UUID objects are equal if their values match and they are both 128-bit or both 16-bit.