Tagged: Sensors

Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040)and DS18B20: all OneWire topologies, long stubs and multiple devices

Dallas ds18b20 with Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040): all OneWire topologies, long stubs and more devices

This article covers how to connect DS18B20 digital temperature sensors to a Raspberry Pi Pico using the OneWire protocol. It includes information on all possible OneWire topologies, how to deal with long wires, and connecting multiple sensors. The article aims to provide a comprehensive guide for using these sensors with a Raspberry Pi Pico, including tips for troubleshooting and optimizing performance.

Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040) and DS18B20: introduction and parasite mode

Dallas ds18b20 with Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040): introduction and parasite mode

The Dallas DS18B20 is a digital temperature sensor that can be easily integrated with a Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040) microcontroller. In this response, we will provide an introduction to the DS18B20 sensor and explain how to use it in parasite mode with a Raspberry Pi Pico.

BNO055 for esp32, esp8266, and Arduino: Gyroscope High Rate and Any Motion Interrupt 0

BNO055 for esp32, esp8266, and Arduino: Gyroscope High Rate and Any Motion Interrupt – 6

This latest article in the series explores how to use the BNO055 sensor with ESP32, ESP8266, and Arduino to achieve gyroscope high rate and any motion interrupt. The BNO055 sensor combines an accelerometer, magnetometer, and gyroscope in one module, making it ideal for accurate orientation tracking.

BNO055 for esp32, esp8266 and Arduino: enable INT pin and accelerometer High G Interrupt 0

BNO055 for esp32, esp8266 and Arduino: enable INT pin and accelerometer High G Interrupt – 5

Continue the series of article about the Bosch sensor BNO055. In this part of the tutorial, we will learn how to enable the INT pin of the BNO055 and configure the accelerometer High G Interrupt. The High G Interrupt is triggered when the accelerometer detects a sudden acceleration event that exceeds a specified threshold and duration. This can be useful for detecting impacts, falls, or other sudden movements in a variety of applications.

BNO055: ESP32, esp8266, rp2040, stm32, and Arduino wiring and Bosch library 0

BNO055 for esp32, esp8266, and Arduino: wiring and advanced Bosch library – 2

This is the second article on bno055. If you need basic management, you can refer to the previous article “BNO055 accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, and orientation software”, but if you need advanced management (and more complex) with interrupt, you must read this article also.

BNO055 accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer and orientation software 0

BNO055 accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer with basic Adafruit library – 1

We are going to discover BNO055, a triaxial accelerometer, a triaxial gyroscope, and a triaxial geomagnetic sensor with a 32-bit cortex M0+ microcontroller in a single package.
In this first chapter, we start a basic usage.