Development v12

Warning - Product Update

All the resources present on this section belong to Waspmote v12, Waspmote Plug & Sense! v12 and Meshlium v3.8.

If you have a Waspmote v15, Waspmote Plug & Sense! v15 or Meshlium v4.0 please go to the new Development Section.

Check what is your version and what are the differences between the old and the new one in this document.

Examples:

Sensors / Gases Board v20

» Ga 01: Temperature Sensor

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board is turned on and the MCP9700A temperature sensor read every second approximately, printing the result through the USB.

» Ga 02: Humidity Sensor Reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board is turned on and the 808H5V5 humidity sensor read every sixteen seconds (fifteen seconds waiting for the sensor time response, one second with the board off) approximately, printing the result through the USB.

» Ga 03: Atmospheric Pressure

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board and the MPX4115A atmospheric pressure sensor are turned on, reading the sensor every second approximately and printing the result through the USB.

» Ga 04: CO2 Sensor Reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board and the CO2 sensor are turned on, waiting for the minimum heating time and then reading the sensor every second while printing the output voltage through the USB.

» Ga 05: O2 Sensor Reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board and the CO2 sensor are turned on, then reading the sensor every second while printing the output voltage through the USB.

» Ga 06: Socket2A Sensor Reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board and socket 2A are turned on, waiting for the minimum heating time and then reading the sensor every second while printing the output voltage and sensor resistance through the USB.

» Ga 07: Socket2B Sensor Reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board and socket 2B are turned on, waiting for the minimum heating time and then reading the sensor every second while printing the output voltage and sensor resistance through the USB.

» Ga 08: Socket3A Sensor Reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board and socket 3A are turned on, waiting for the minimum heating time and then reading the sensor every second while printing the output voltage and sensor resistance through the USB.

» Ga 09: Socket3B Sensor Reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board and socket 3B (for the MiCS 2710 NO2 sensor) are turned on, waiting for the minimum heating time and then reading the sensor every second while printing the output voltage and sensor resistance through the USB.

» Ga 10: Socket4 Sensor Reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board and socket 4 are turned on, waiting for the minimum heating time and then reading the sensor every second while printing the output voltage and sensor resistance through the USB.

» Ga 11: CO Sensor on Socket4

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board is turned on, reading the CO sensor placed on socket4 every second while printing the output voltage and sensor resistance through the USB.

» Ga 12: NH3 Sensor on Socket3

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

In this example the Gases 2.0 board is turned on, reading the NH3 sensor placed on socket3 every second while printing the output voltage and sensor resistance through the USB.

» Ga 13: Calibrated sensor reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

This is an example of how to read a sensor of the new calibrated line offered by Libelium with the Gas Sensor Board. Although this code works for the CO calibrated sensor, it can be easily extended just by copying the lines regarding calibration in this code to that of the corresponding sensor.

» Ga 14: O2 calibrated reading

Last edition: Jan 10th, 2017 | Categories: Sensors, Gases Board v20

This is an example of how to read the Oxygen sensor of the new calibrated line offered by Libelium with the Gas Sensor Board.