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Handheld Readout Device(HRD) for Sensors

Readout Device for all I2C Sensors

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HRD for Sensors is the quick solution to quality check
I2C Interface-Sensors with 16-bit commands.

Set measurement commands for data acquisition
and readout the measurements results.

For that purpose the handheld device must be wired to the Sensor
via its I2C interface.

Tested Firmware Version for SENSIRION SHT3X-DIS

Sensor probing requests.

0x44 Address "SHT3X-DFLT"

0x45 Address "SHT3X-ALT"

Power management for the LC-Display.

Display will be scrolled (11 digits).

HRD can be connected to external devices like personal computers to transfer and store the extracted technical data.

Similar project: Handheld Readout Device(HRD) for Battery Management Systems (8-bit commands)

https://github.com/peterloes/HRD

EXTENSION:

Next generation of Data Logger for varied range support of Sensors.

https://github.com/peterloes/Data_Logger

Code Snippets

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 https://github.com/peterloes/HRD_SENSOR/blob/main/Software/main.c

    /*! List of items which can be displayed
     *
     * This array contains a list of items that can be displayed on the LCD.
     * Element 0 is a special case, it shows the name, version, and date of
     * the firmware image.  Usually up/down push buttons are used to select
     * the item to be displayed.
     *
     * The order of these items may be rearranged by the user.  Single or
     * groups of entries can be de-activated by commenting them out.
     */
static const ITEM l_Item[] =
{  // [1234567890123456]    Cmd                                            Frmt
{ ">>> SHT3X-D <<<",          SBS_NONE,                                 FRMT_FW_VERSION  },
{ "Sensor at SMBus",           SBS_NONE,                                 FRMT_SENS_CTRL    },
{ "Supply Battery",               SBS_NONE,                                 FRMT_CR2032_BAT  },
{ "Soft Reset",                      SBS_SOFT_RESET,                     FRMT_HEX     },
{ "Serial Number",               SBS_READ_SERIAL_NUMBER,   FRMT_HEX    },

https://github.com/peterloes/HRD_SENSOR/blob/main/Software/drivers/SensorMon.c

/*!@brief Probe List of supported Sensor Controllers */
static const BC_INFO l_ProbeList[] =
{  //  addr    type        name (maximum 10 characters!)
    {  0x88,    BCT_SHT3X_DFLT,    "SHT3X-DFLT"    },  // 0x44 Address 7 MSBs 0x88
    {  0x8A,    BCT_SHT3X_ALT,    "SHT3X-ALT",    },  // 0x45 Address 7 MSBs 0x8A
    {  0x00,    BCT_UNKNOWN,    ""        }   // End of the list};
};


https://github.com/peterloes/HRD_SENSOR/blob/main/Software/drivers/SensorMon.h

/*!@brief SBS Commands
 *
 * These are the defines for the registers of the sensor controller.  Each
 * define contains the following bit fields:
 * - Bit 26:24...

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