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Project #29 – DFRobot – BLE Sensor Beacon – Mk12

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#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #DFRobot #BLESensorBeacon #AmbientLight #SoilMoisture #SHT40 #FireBeetle2ESP32E #EEPROM #RTC #SD #Display #Adafruit #ESP32 #IoT #Arduino #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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BLE Sensor Beacon

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BLE Sensor Beacon

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BLE Sensor Beacon

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Fermion: BLE Sensor Beacon

Fermion: BLE Sensor Beacon, a wireless beacon that broadcasts sensor data via Bluetooth, with built-in 11-bit ADC acquisition and I2C write/read functionality, can be connected to digital or analogue sensors for data acquisition and broadcasting. Sensor data broadcasted by the beacon can be accessed within the beacon’s broadcast range using mobile phones, ESP32 and other devices that support BLE reception.

Fermion: BLE sensor beacons integrate low-power Bluetooth 5.3 technology with self-configurable data formats, such as iBeacon, Eddystone, user-defined, and more. The data format of the beacon broadcast, the content of the broadcast, the broadcast interval and so on can be configured through the graphical interface, without the need for any code programming to complete a Bluetooth beacon. After the configuration is completed, the device power supply is running as a Bluetooth beacon, which will automatically collect sensor data and broadcast to the outside world according to the configuration information. It is suitable for IoT sensor nodes, such as smart farms, offices, factories, warehouses and other scenarios in the data collection node.

DL2405Mk02

1 x DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E
1 x Adafruit SHARP Memory Display
1 x Adafruit MicroSD card breakout board+
1 x MicroSD 16 GB
1 x Adafruit DS3231 Precision RTC FeatherWing – RTC
1 x Battery CR1220
1 x Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor
1 x Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
1 x Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
3 x Fermion: BLE Sensor Beacon
3 x CR2032 Coin Cell Battery
1 x 1 x Lithium Ion Battery – 1000mAh
1 x Green LED
1 x Slide Switch
1 x SparkFun Serial Basic Breakout – CH340G
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
1 x USB 3.1 Cable A to C

DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E

LED – 2
DSCK – 12
DMOSI – 4
DSS – 16
SCK – 22
MOSI – 23
MISO – 19
CS – 13
SCL – 21
SDA – 22
LED – 14
VIN – +3.3V
GND – GND

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DL2405Mk02p.ino

/****** Don Luc Electronics © ******
Software Version Information
Project #29 - DFRobot - BLE Sensor Beacon - Mk12
29-12
DL2404Mk02p.ino
1 x DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E
1 x Adafruit SHARP Memory Display
1 x Adafruit MicroSD card breakout board+
1 x MicroSD 16 GB
1 x Adafruit DS3231 Precision RTC FeatherWing - RTC
1 x Battery CR1220
1 x Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor
1 x Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
1 x Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
3 x Fermion: BLE Sensor Beacon
3 x CR2032 Coin Cell Battery
1 x 1 x Lithium Ion Battery - 1000mAh
1 x Green LED
1 x SparkFun Serial Basic Breakout - CH340G
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
1 x USB 3.1 Cable A to C
*/

// Include the Library Code
// EEPROM Library to Read and Write EEPROM
// with Unique ID for Unit
#include "EEPROM.h"
// Wire
#include <Wire.h>
// Arduino
#include <Arduino.h>
// BLE Device
#include <BLEDevice.h>
// BLE Utils
#include <BLEUtils.h>
// BLEScan
#include <BLEScan.h>
// BLE Advertised Device
#include <BLEAdvertisedDevice.h>
// BLE Eddystone URL
#include <BLEEddystoneURL.h>
// BLE Eddystone TLM
#include <BLEEddystoneTLM.h>
// BLE Beacon
#include <BLEBeacon.h>
// DS3231 RTC Date and Time
#include <RTClib.h>
// SD Card
#include "FS.h"
#include "SD.h"
#include "SPI.h"
// SHARP Memory Display
#include <Adafruit_SharpMem.h>
#include <Adafruit_GFX.h>

// ENDIAN_CHANGE
#define ENDIAN_CHANGE_U16(x) ((((x)&0xFF00) >> 8) + (((x)&0xFF) << 8))

// DS3231 RTC Date and Time
RTC_DS3231 rtc;
String sDate;
String sTime;

// MicroSD Card
const int chipSelect = 13;
String zzzzzz = "";

// SHARP Memory Display
#define SHARP_SCK  12
#define SHARP_MOSI 4
#define SHARP_SS   16
// Set the size of the display here, e.g. 144x168!
Adafruit_SharpMem display(SHARP_SCK, SHARP_MOSI, SHARP_SS, 144, 168);
// The currently-available SHARP Memory Display (144x168 pixels)
// requires > 4K of microcontroller RAM; it WILL NOT WORK on Arduino Uno
// or other <4K "classic" devices.
#define BLACK 0
#define WHITE 1

// LED Green
int iLEDGreen = 2;

// Define LED
int iLED = 14;

// Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
// Temperature
float TemperatureData;
float Temperature;
// Humidity
float HumidityData;
float Humidity;
// Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
float Sensor_Data;
// SData => 1~6000 Lux
float SData;
// Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor
float SensorSM;
float SDataSM;
// In seconds
int scanTime = 5;
// BLE Scan
BLEScan *pBLEScan;

// My Advertised Device Callbacks
class MyAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks : public BLEAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks
{

    // onResult
    void onResult(BLEAdvertisedDevice advertisedDevice)
    {
      // Advertised Device
      if (advertisedDevice.haveName())
      {
        // Name: Fermion: Sensor Beacon
        if(String(advertisedDevice.getName().c_str()) == "SHT40"){
          
          // strManufacturerData
          std::string strManufacturerData = advertisedDevice.getManufacturerData();
          uint8_t cManufacturerData[100];
          strManufacturerData.copy((char *)cManufacturerData, strManufacturerData.length(), 0);
          
          // strManufacturerData.length
          for (int i = 0; i < strManufacturerData.length(); i++)
          {

             // cManufacturerData[i]
             cManufacturerData[i];
             
          }

          // TemperatureData
          TemperatureData = int(cManufacturerData[2]<<8 | cManufacturerData[3]);
          // HumidityData
          HumidityData = int(cManufacturerData[5]<<8 | cManufacturerData[6]);
   
        }
        // Name: Fermion: Sensor Beacon
        if(String(advertisedDevice.getName().c_str()) == "Fermion: Sensor Beacon"){
          
          // strManufacturerData
          std::string strManufacturerData = advertisedDevice.getManufacturerData();
          uint8_t cManufacturerData[100];
          strManufacturerData.copy((char *)cManufacturerData, strManufacturerData.length(), 0);
          
          // strManufacturerData.length
          for (int i = 0; i < strManufacturerData.length(); i++)
          {

             // cManufacturerData[i]
             cManufacturerData[i];
             
          }

          // Sensor_Data
          Sensor_Data = int(cManufacturerData[2]<<8 | cManufacturerData[3]);
   
        }
        // Name: Fermion: Sensor Beacon
        if(String(advertisedDevice.getName().c_str()) == "Soil Moisture"){
          
          // strManufacturerData
          std::string strManufacturerData = advertisedDevice.getManufacturerData();
          uint8_t cManufacturerData[100];
          strManufacturerData.copy((char *)cManufacturerData, strManufacturerData.length(), 0);
          
          // strManufacturerData.length
          for (int i = 0; i < strManufacturerData.length(); i++)
          {

             // cManufacturerData[i]
             cManufacturerData[i];
             
          }

          // SensorSM
          SensorSM = int(cManufacturerData[2]<<8 | cManufacturerData[3]);
   
        }                              
      }
    }
};

// EEPROM Unique ID Information
#define EEPROM_SIZE 64
String uid = "";

// Software Version Information
String sver = "29-12";

void loop() {

  // DS3231 RTC Date and Time
  isRTC();
  
  // ScanResults
  isBLEScanResults();

  // Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
  isSHT40();

  // Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
  isAmbientLight();

  // Soil Moisture
  isSoilMoisture();

  // Delay 4 Second
  delay(4000);

  // Display Date, Time, Temperature, Humidity
  isDisplayDTTH();

  // MicroSD Card
  isSD();

  // iLED HIGH
  digitalWrite(iLED, HIGH );

  // Delay 1 Second
  delay(1000);

}

getAmbientLight.ino

// Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
// Ambient Light
void isAmbientLight(){

  // Analog Ambient Light Sensor
  // SData => 1~6000 Lux
  SData = map(Sensor_Data, 1, 3000, 1, 6000);

}

getBLEScan.ino

// getBLEScan
// Setup BLE Scan
void isSetupBLEScan(){

  // BLE Device
  BLEDevice::init("");
  // Create new scan
  pBLEScan = BLEDevice::getScan();
  // Set Advertised Device Callbacks
  pBLEScan->setAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks(new MyAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks());
  // Active scan uses more power, but get results faster
  pBLEScan->setActiveScan(true);
  // Set Interval
  pBLEScan->setInterval(100);
  // Less or equal setInterval value
  pBLEScan->setWindow(99);
  
}
// BLE Scan Results
void isBLEScanResults(){

  // Put your main code here, to run repeatedly:
  BLEScanResults foundDevices = pBLEScan->start(scanTime, false);
  // Delete results fromBLEScan buffer to release memory
  pBLEScan->clearResults();
  
}

getDisplay.ino

// SHARP Memory Display
// SHARP Memory Display - UID
void isDisplayUID() {

    // Text Display 
    // Clear Display
    display.clearDisplay();
    display.setRotation(4);
    display.setTextSize(3);
    display.setTextColor(BLACK);
    // Don Luc Electronics
    display.setCursor(0,10);
    display.println( "Don Luc" );
    display.setTextSize(2);
    display.setCursor(0,40);
    display.println( "Electronics" );
    // Version
    //display.setTextSize(3);
    display.setCursor(0,70);
    display.println( "Version" );
    //display.setTextSize(2);
    display.setCursor(0,95);   
    display.println( sver );
    // EEPROM
    display.setCursor(0,120);
    display.println( "EEPROM" );
    display.setCursor(0,140);   
    display.println( uid );
    // Refresh
    display.refresh();
    delay( 100 );
    
}
// Display Date, Time, Temperature, Humidity, Ambient Light, Soil Moisture
void isDisplayDTTH() {

    // Text Display Date
    // Clear Display
    display.clearDisplay();
    display.setRotation(4);
    display.setTextSize(2);
    display.setTextColor(BLACK);
    // Date
    display.setCursor(0,5);
    display.println( sDate );
    // Time
    display.setCursor(0,30);
    display.println( sTime );
    // Temperature
    display.setCursor(0,55);
    display.print( Temperature );
    display.println( "C" );
    // Humidity
    display.setCursor(0,80);
    display.print( Humidity );
    display.println( "%" );
    // Lux
    display.setCursor(0,105);
    display.println( SData );
    // Soil Moisture
    display.setCursor(0,130);
    display.println( SDataSM );
    // Refresh
    display.refresh();
    delay( 100 );

}

getEEPROM.ino

// EEPROM
// isUID EEPROM Unique ID
void isUID()
{
  
  // Is Unit ID
  uid = "";
  for (int x = 0; x < 7; x++)
  {
    uid = uid + char(EEPROM.read(x));
  }
  
}

getRTC.ino

// DS3231 RTC Date and Time
// Setup DS3231 RTC
void isSetupRTC() {

  if (! rtc.begin()) {
    while (1);
  }

  if (rtc.lostPower()) {
    // Following line sets the RTC to the date & time this sketch was compiled
    rtc.adjust(DateTime(F(__DATE__), F(__TIME__)));
    // This line sets the RTC with an explicit date & time, for example to set
    // January 21, 2014 at 3am you would call:
    // rtc.adjust(DateTime(2014, 1, 21, 3, 0, 0));
  }
  
}
// DS3231 RTC Date and Time
void isRTC(){
 
    // Date and Time
    sDate = "";
    sTime = "";
    // Date Time
    DateTime now = rtc.now();

    // sData
    sDate += String(now.year(), DEC);
    sDate += "/";
    sDate += String(now.month(), DEC);
    sDate += "/";
    sDate += String(now.day(), DEC);

    // sTime
    sTime += String(now.hour(), DEC);
    sTime += ":";
    sTime += String(now.minute(), DEC);
    sTime += ":";
    sTime += String(now.second(), DEC);

}

getSD.ino

// MicroSD Card
// MicroSD Setup
void setupSD() {

    // MicroSD Card
    pinMode( chipSelect , OUTPUT );
    if(!SD.begin( chipSelect )){
        ;  
        return;
    }
    
    uint8_t cardType = SD.cardType();

    // CARD NONE
    if(cardType == CARD_NONE){
        ; 
        return;
    }

    // SD Card Type
    if(cardType == CARD_MMC){
        ; 
    } else if(cardType == CARD_SD){
        ; 
    } else if(cardType == CARD_SDHC){
        ; 
    } else {
        ; 
    } 

    // Size
    uint64_t cardSize = SD.cardSize() / (1024 * 1024);
 
}
// MicroSD Card
void isSD() {

  zzzzzz = "";

  // DFR|EEPROM Unique ID|Version|Date|Time|Temperature|Humidity|Lux|
  // Soil Moisture|*\r
  zzzzzz = "DFR|" + uid + "|" + sver + "|" + sDate + "|" + sTime + "|" 
  + String(Temperature) + "C|" + String(Humidity) + "%|" 
  + String(SData) + "|" + String(SDataSM) + "|*\r";

  // msg + 1
  char msg[zzzzzz.length() + 1];

  zzzzzz.toCharArray(msg, zzzzzz.length() + 1);

  // Append File
  appendFile(SD, "/dfrdata.txt", msg );
  
}
// List Dir
void listDir(fs::FS &fs, const char * dirname, uint8_t levels){
    
    // List Dir
    dirname;
    
    File root = fs.open(dirname);
    
    if(!root){
        return;
    }
    
    if(!root.isDirectory()){
        return;
    }

    File file = root.openNextFile();
    
    while(file){
        if(file.isDirectory()){
            file.name();
            if(levels){
                listDir(fs, file.name(), levels -1);
            }
        } else {
            file.name();
            file.size();
        }
        file = root.openNextFile();
    }
    
}
// Write File
void writeFile(fs::FS &fs, const char * path, const char * message){
    
    // Write File
    path;
    
    File file = fs.open(path, FILE_WRITE);
    
    if(!file){
        return;
    }
    
    if(file.print(message)){
        ;  
    } else {
        ;  
    }
    
    file.close();
    
}
// Append File
void appendFile(fs::FS &fs, const char * path, const char * message){
    
    // Append File
    path;
    
    File file = fs.open(path, FILE_APPEND);
    
    if(!file){
        return;
    }
    
    if(file.print(message)){
        ;  
    } else {
        ;  
    }
    
    file.close();
    
}

getSHT40.ino

// Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
// SHT40 Temperature & Humidity
void isSHT40(){

  // Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
  // Temperature
  Temperature = (175 * TemperatureData/65535) - 45;
  // Humidity
  Humidity = (125 * HumidityData/65535) - 6;

}

getSoilMoisture.ino

// Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor
// Soil Moisture
void isSoilMoisture(){

  // SDataSM => 0~900 Soil Moisture
  SDataSM = map( SensorSM, 1, 3000, 0, 900);

}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup()
{
  
  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);

  // EEPROM Size
  EEPROM.begin(EEPROM_SIZE);
  
  // EEPROM Unique ID
  isUID();

  // Give display
  delay(100);

  // Set up I2C bus
  Wire.begin();

  // Give display
  delay(100);

  // Setup BLE Scan
  isSetupBLEScan();

  // Setup DS3231 RTC
  isSetupRTC();

  //MicroSD Card
  setupSD();

  // SHARP Display Start & Clear the Display
  display.begin();
  // Clear Display
  display.clearDisplay();

  // Initialize digital pin iLED as an output
  pinMode(iLED, OUTPUT);

  // Outputting high, the LED turns on
  digitalWrite(iLED, HIGH);

  // Initialize the LED Green
  pinMode(iLEDGreen, OUTPUT);

  // iLEDGreen HIGH
  digitalWrite(iLEDGreen, HIGH );

  // Don Luc Electronics
  // Version
  // EEPROM
  isDisplayUID();
  
  // Delay 5 Second
  delay( 5000 );

}

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Project #29 – DFRobot – Temperature Humidity – Mk09

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#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #DFRobot #SHT40 #FireBeetle2ESP32E #ESP32 #IoT #Arduino #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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Temperature Humidity

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Temperature Humidity

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Temperature Humidity

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Temperature Humidity Relationship

Temperature is something that tells us about the coldness or warmness of any object which is generally measured in Celsius. It determines the intensity of the heat whereas if we talk about humidity, it talks about the water content that is present in the air, or simply we can say it determines the moisture of the air. These two concepts are different but show a great impact on each other. We will see the relation between temperature and humidity further below. Before that, let’s understand more about humidity and its types.

Absolute Humidity and Relative Humidity

There are generally two types of humidity ie. absolute and relative. The former tells the humidity present in a parcel of air without taking temperature into consideration whereas the latter tells the humidity present in the air concerning the temperature of the air. The former defines the amount of water content by dividing the weight of the parcel by its volume whereas the latter is calculated by dividing the amount of water content present divided by the total capacity of the parcel of the air to hold multiplied by 100. The former decreases with height whereas the latter when reaching 100%, the air gets saturated.

Relation Between Relative Humidity and Temperature

We have already learned what is temperature and what is humidity and we have also learned two types of humidity. As we know, both these two concepts ie. Temperature and Humidity are different but they are related to each other. The relation between humidity and temperature formula simply says they are inversely proportional. If temperature increases it will lead to a decrease in relative humidity, thus the air will become drier whereas when temperature decreases, the air will become wet means the relative humidity will increase.

DL2403Mk05

1 x DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E
1 x Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
1 x Fermion: BLE Sensor Beacon
1 x CR2032 Coin Cell Battery
1 x 1 x Lithium Ion Battery – 1000mAh
1 x Rocker Switch – SPST
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x SparkFun Serial Basic Breakout – CH340G
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
1 x USB 3.1 Cable A to C

DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E

LED – 2
RSW – 17
VIN – +3.3V
GND – GND

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DL2403Mk05p.ino

/****** Don Luc Electronics © ******
Software Version Information
Project #29 - DFRobot - Temperature Humidity - Mk09
29-09
DL2403Mk05p.ino
1 x DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E
1 x Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
1 x Fermion: BLE Sensor Beacon
1 x CR2032 Coin Cell Battery
1 x 1 x Lithium Ion Battery - 1000mAh
1 x Rocker Switch - SPST
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x SparkFun Serial Basic Breakout - CH340G
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
1 x USB 3.1 Cable A to C
*/

// Include the Library Code
// Bluetooth LE keyboard
#include <BleKeyboard.h>
// Arduino
#include <Arduino.h>
// BLE Device
#include <BLEDevice.h>
// BLE Utils
#include <BLEUtils.h>
// BLEScan
#include <BLEScan.h>
// BLE Advertised Device
#include <BLEAdvertisedDevice.h>
// BLE Eddystone URL
#include <BLEEddystoneURL.h>
// BLE Eddystone TLM
#include <BLEEddystoneTLM.h>
// BLE Beacon
#include <BLEBeacon.h>

// ENDIAN_CHANGE
#define ENDIAN_CHANGE_U16(x) ((((x)&0xFF00) >> 8) + (((x)&0xFF) << 8))

// Bluetooth LE Keyboard
BleKeyboard bleKeyboard;
String sKeyboard = "";
// Send Size
byte sendSize = 0;

// Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
// Temperature
float TemperatureData;
float Temperature;
// Humidity
float HumidityData;
float Humidity;
// In seconds
int scanTime = 5;
// BLE Scan
BLEScan *pBLEScan;

// My Advertised Device Callbacks
class MyAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks : public BLEAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks
{

    // onResult
    void onResult(BLEAdvertisedDevice advertisedDevice)
    {
      // Advertised Device
      if (advertisedDevice.haveName())
      {
        // Name: Fermion: Sensor Beacon
        if(String(advertisedDevice.getName().c_str()) == "SHT40"){
          
          // strManufacturerData
          std::string strManufacturerData = advertisedDevice.getManufacturerData();
          uint8_t cManufacturerData[100];
          strManufacturerData.copy((char *)cManufacturerData, strManufacturerData.length(), 0);
          
          // strManufacturerData.length
          for (int i = 0; i < strManufacturerData.length(); i++)
          {

             // cManufacturerData[i]
             cManufacturerData[i];
             
          }

          // TemperatureData
          TemperatureData = int(cManufacturerData[2]<<8 | cManufacturerData[3]);
          // HumidityData
          HumidityData = int(cManufacturerData[5]<<8 | cManufacturerData[6]);
   
        }        
      }
    }
};

// The number of the Rocker Switch pin
int iSwitch = 17;
// Variable for reading the button status
int SwitchState = 0;

// Define LED
int iLED = 2;

// Software Version Information
String sver = "29-09";

void loop() {

  // ScanResults
  isBLEScanResults();

  // Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
  isSHT40();

  // Read the state of the Switch value:
  SwitchState = digitalRead(iSwitch);

  // Check if the button is pressed. If it is, the SwitchState is HIGH:
  if (SwitchState == HIGH) {

    // Bluetooth LE Keyboard
    isBluetooth();

  }
  
  // Delay 2 Second
  delay(2000);

}

getBLEScan.ino

// getBLEScan
// Setup BLE Scan
void isSetupBLEScan(){

  // BLE Device
  BLEDevice::init("");
  // Create new scan
  pBLEScan = BLEDevice::getScan();
  // Set Advertised Device Callbacks
  pBLEScan->setAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks(new MyAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks());
  // Active scan uses more power, but get results faster
  pBLEScan->setActiveScan(true);
  // Set Interval
  pBLEScan->setInterval(100);
  // Less or equal setInterval value
  pBLEScan->setWindow(99);
  
}
// BLE Scan Results
void isBLEScanResults(){

  // Put your main code here, to run repeatedly:
  BLEScanResults foundDevices = pBLEScan->start(scanTime, false);
  // Delete results fromBLEScan buffer to release memory
  pBLEScan->clearResults();
  
}

getBleKeyboard.ino

// Ble Keyboard
// Bluetooth
// isBluetooth
void isBluetooth() {

  // ESP32 BLE Keyboard
  if(bleKeyboard.isConnected()) {

    // Send Size Length
    sendSize = sKeyboard.length();

    // Send Size, charAt
    for(byte i = 0; i < sendSize+1; i++){

       // Write
       bleKeyboard.write(sKeyboard.charAt(i));
       delay(50);
    
    }
    bleKeyboard.write(KEY_RETURN);

  }

}

getSHT40.ino

// Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
// SHT40 Temperature & Humidity
void isSHT40(){

  // Fermion: SHT40 Temperature & Humidity Sensor
  // Temperature
  Temperature = (175 * TemperatureData/65535) - 45;
  // Humidity
  Humidity = (125 * HumidityData/65535) - 6;
  // DFR|Version|Temperature|Humidity|*
  sKeyboard = "DFR|" + sver + "|" + String(Temperature) + "C|" + String(Humidity) + "%|*";

}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup()
{

  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);

  // Bluetooth LE keyboard
  bleKeyboard.begin();

  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);

  // Setup BLE Scan
  isSetupBLEScan();
  
  // Initialize the Switch pin as an input
  pinMode(iSwitch, INPUT);
  
  // Initialize digital pin iLED as an output
  pinMode(iLED, OUTPUT);
  // Outputting high, the LED turns on
  digitalWrite(iLED, HIGH);

  // Delay 5 Second
  delay( 5000 );

}

——

People can contact us: https://www.donluc.com/?page_id=1927

Teacher, Instructor, E-Mentor, R&D and Consulting

  • Programming Language
  • Single-Board Microcontrollers (PIC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Arm, Silicon Labs, Espressif, Etc…)
  • IoT
  • Wireless (Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, WiFi, Etc…)
  • Robotics
  • Automation
  • Camera and Video Capture Receiver Stationary, Wheel/Tank and Underwater Vehicle
  • Unmanned Vehicles Terrestrial and Marine
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • RTOS
  • Sensors, eHealth Sensors, Biosensor, and Biometric
  • Research & Development (R & D)
  • Consulting

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Don Luc

Project #29 – DFRobot – Gravity Soil Moisture Sensor – Mk04

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#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #DFRobot #SoilMoistureSensor #FireBeetle2ESP32E #ESP32 #IoT #Arduino #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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Gravity Soil Moisture Sensor

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Gravity Soil Moisture Sensor

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Gravity Soil Moisture Sensor

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Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor

A soil moisture sensor can read the amount of moisture present in the soil surrounding it. It’s an ideal for monitoring an urban garden, or your pet plant’s water level. This is a must have component for a IOT Garden / Agriculture. The new soil moisture sensor uses Immersion Gold which protects the nickel from oxidation. Electroless nickel immersion gold has several advantages over more conventional surface platings such as HASL, including excellent surface planarity, good oxidation resistance, and usability for untreated contact surfaces such as membrane switches and contact points.

This Soil Moisture Sensor uses the two probes to pass current through the soil, and then it reads that resistance to get the moisture level. More water makes the soil conduct electricity more easily, while dry soil conducts electricity poorly. This sensor will be helpful to remind you to water your indoor plants or to monitor the soil moisture in your garden.

DL2402Mk04

1 x DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E
1 x Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor
1 x 1 x Lithium Ion Battery – 1000mAh
1 x Rocker Switch – SPST
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x USB 3.1 Cable A to C

DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E

LED – 2
RSW – 17
SMS – A0
VIN – +3.3V
GND – GND

——

DL2402Mk04p.ino

/****** Don Luc Electronics © ******
Software Version Information
Project #29 - DFRobot - Gravity Soil Moisture Sensor - Mk04
29-04
DL2402Mk04p.ino
1 x DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E
1 x Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor
1 x Rocker Switch - SPST
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x 1 x Lithium Ion Battery - 1000mAh
1 x USB 3.1 Cable A to C
*/

// Include the Library Code
// Bluetooth LE keyboard
#include <BleKeyboard.h>

// Bluetooth LE Keyboard
BleKeyboard bleKeyboard;
String sKeyboard = "";
// Send Size
byte sendSize = 0;

// Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor
int iSoilMoisture = A0;
int iSoilMoistureVal = 0;

// The number of the Rocker Switch pin
int iSwitch = 17;
// Variable for reading the button status
int SwitchState = 0;

// Define LED
int iLED = 2;

// Software Version Information
String sver = "29-04";

void loop() {

  // Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor
  isSoilMoisture();

  // Read the state of the Switch value:
  SwitchState = digitalRead(iSwitch);

  // Check if the button is pressed. If it is, the SwitchState is HIGH:
  if (SwitchState == HIGH) {

    // Bluetooth LE Keyboard
    isBluetooth();

  }
  
  // Delay 1 Second
  delay(1000);

}

getBleKeyboard.ino

// Ble Keyboard
// Bluetooth
// isBluetooth
void isBluetooth() {

  // ESP32 BLE Keyboard
  if(bleKeyboard.isConnected()) {

    // Send Size Length
    sendSize = sKeyboard.length();

    // Send Size, charAt
    for(byte i = 0; i < sendSize+1; i++){

       // Write
       bleKeyboard.write(sKeyboard.charAt(i));
       delay(50);
    
    }
    bleKeyboard.write(KEY_RETURN);

  }

}

getSoilMoisture.ino

// Gravity: Analog Soil Moisture Sensor
// Soil Moisture
void isSoilMoisture(){

  // Connect Soil Moisture Sensor to Analog 0
  iSoilMoistureVal = analogRead( iSoilMoisture );

  // SData => 0~900 Soil Moisture
  float SData = map( iSoilMoistureVal, 1, 3000, 0, 900);

  // bleKeyboard
  // DFR|Version|Soil Moisture|*
  sKeyboard = "DFR|" + sver + "|" + String(SData) + "|*";

}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup()
{
  
  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);

  // Bluetooth LE keyboard
  bleKeyboard.begin();

  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);
  
  // Initialize the Switch pin as an input
  pinMode(iSwitch, INPUT);
  
  // Initialize digital pin iLED as an output
  pinMode(iLED, OUTPUT);
  // Outputting high, the LED turns on
  digitalWrite(iLED, HIGH);

  // Delay 5 Second
  delay( 5000 );

}

——

People can contact us: https://www.donluc.com/?page_id=1927

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  • Programming Language
  • Single-Board Microcontrollers (PIC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Arm, Silicon Labs, Espressif, Etc…)
  • IoT
  • Wireless (Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, WiFi, Etc…)
  • Robotics
  • Automation
  • Camera and Video Capture Receiver Stationary, Wheel/Tank and Underwater Vehicle
  • Unmanned Vehicles Terrestrial and Marine
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • RTOS
  • eHealth Sensors, Biosensor, and Biometric
  • Research & Development (R & D)
  • Consulting

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Don Luc

Project #29 – DFRobot – Fermion BLE Sensor Beacon – Mk03

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#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #DFRobot #FermionBLESensorBeacon #AmbientLight #FireBeetle2ESP32E #ESP32 #IoT #Arduino #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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Fermion BLE Sensor Beacon

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Fermion BLE Sensor Beacon

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Fermion BLE Sensor Beacon

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Fermion: BLE Sensor Beacon

BLE Beacon, also known as Low Energy Bluetooth Beacon, is a small wireless device that broadcasts signals using BLE technology. Due to its broadcast nature, pairing is not required between the beacon and receiving devices. Each beacon contains a unique identifier, detectable by nearby devices equipped with Bluetooth technology, such as ESP32 and smartphones supporting BLE scanning.

This Bluetooth beacon has a built-in 11-bit ADC, Fermion version, and multiple I/Os that can be multiplexed to SDA/SCL while broadcasting over Bluetooth. Users can access sensor data within broadcast range on a Bluetooth-equipped device such as a Smartphone or ESP32. This BLE beacon has a built-in 11-bit ADC and an I2C interface, allowing it to real-time collect and broadcast data from various types of sensors, including analog, digital, and I2C sensors.

DL2402Mk03

1 x DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E
1 x Fermion: BLE Sensor Beacon
1 x Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
1 x CR2032 Coin Cell Battery
1 x 1 x Lithium Ion Battery – 1000mAh
1 x Rocker Switch – SPST
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x SparkFun Serial Basic Breakout – CH340G
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
1 x USB 3.1 Cable A to C

DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E

LED – 2
RSW – 17
VIN – +3.3V
GND – GND

——

DL2402Mk03p.ino

/****** Don Luc Electronics © ******
Software Version Information
Project #29 - DFRobot -  - Mk03
29-03
DL2402Mk03p.ino
1 x DFRobot FireBeetle 2 ESP32-E
1 x Fermion: BLE Sensor Beacon
1 x Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
1 x CR2032 Coin Cell Battery
1 x 1 x Lithium Ion Battery - 1000mAh
1 x Rocker Switch - SPST
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x SparkFun Serial Basic Breakout - CH340G
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
1 x USB 3.1 Cable A to C
*/

// Include the Library Code
// Bluetooth LE keyboard
#include <BleKeyboard.h>
// Arduino
#include <Arduino.h>
// BLE Device
#include <BLEDevice.h>
// BLE Utils
#include <BLEUtils.h>
// BLEScan
#include <BLEScan.h>
// BLE Advertised Device
#include <BLEAdvertisedDevice.h>
// BLE Eddystone URL
#include <BLEEddystoneURL.h>
// BLE Eddystone TLM
#include <BLEEddystoneTLM.h>
// BLE Beacon
#include <BLEBeacon.h>

// ENDIAN_CHANGE
#define ENDIAN_CHANGE_U16(x) ((((x)&0xFF00) >> 8) + (((x)&0xFF) << 8))

// Bluetooth LE Keyboard
BleKeyboard bleKeyboard;
String sKeyboard = "";
// Send Size
byte sendSize = 0;

// Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
float Sensor_Data;
// In seconds
int scanTime = 5;
// BLE Scan
BLEScan *pBLEScan;

// My Advertised Device Callbacks
class MyAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks : public BLEAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks
{

    // onResult
    void onResult(BLEAdvertisedDevice advertisedDevice)
    {
      // Advertised Device
      if (advertisedDevice.haveName())
      {
        // Name: Fermion: Sensor Beacon
        if(String(advertisedDevice.getName().c_str()) == "Fermion: Sensor Beacon"){
          
          // strManufacturerData
          std::string strManufacturerData = advertisedDevice.getManufacturerData();
          uint8_t cManufacturerData[100];
          strManufacturerData.copy((char *)cManufacturerData, strManufacturerData.length(), 0);
          
          // strManufacturerData.length
          for (int i = 0; i < strManufacturerData.length(); i++)
          {

             // cManufacturerData[i]
             cManufacturerData[i];
             
          }

          // Sensor_Data
          Sensor_Data = int(cManufacturerData[2]<<8 | cManufacturerData[3]);
   
        }        
      }
    }
};

// The number of the Rocker Switch pin
int iSwitch = 17;
// Variable for reading the button status
int SwitchState = 0;

// Define LED
int iLED = 2;

// Software Version Information
String sver = "29-03";

void loop() {

  // ScanResults
  isBLEScanResults();

  // Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
  isAmbientLight();

  // Read the state of the Switch value:
  SwitchState = digitalRead(iSwitch);

  // Check if the button is pressed. If it is, the SwitchState is HIGH:
  if (SwitchState == HIGH) {

    // Bluetooth LE Keyboard
    isBluetooth();

  }
  
  // Delay 2 Second
  delay(2000);

}

getAmbientLight.ino

// Gravity: Analog Ambient Light Sensor
// Ambient Light
void isAmbientLight(){

  // bleKeyboard
  // DFR|Version|Lux|*
  // SData => 1~6000 Lux
  float SData = map(Sensor_Data, 1, 3000, 1, 6000);
  sKeyboard = "DFR|" + sver + "|" + String(SData) + "|*";

}

getBLEScan.ino

// getBLEScan
// Setup BLE Scan
void isSetupBLEScan(){

  // BLE Device
  BLEDevice::init("");
  // Create new scan
  pBLEScan = BLEDevice::getScan();
  // Set Advertised Device Callbacks
  pBLEScan->setAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks(new MyAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks());
  // Active scan uses more power, but get results faster
  pBLEScan->setActiveScan(true);
  // Set Interval
  pBLEScan->setInterval(100);
  // Less or equal setInterval value
  pBLEScan->setWindow(99);
  
}
// BLE Scan Results
void isBLEScanResults(){

  // Put your main code here, to run repeatedly:
  BLEScanResults foundDevices = pBLEScan->start(scanTime, false);
  // Delete results fromBLEScan buffer to release memory
  pBLEScan->clearResults();
  
}

getBleKeyboard.ino

// Ble Keyboard
// Bluetooth
// isBluetooth
void isBluetooth() {

  // ESP32 BLE Keyboard
  if(bleKeyboard.isConnected()) {

    // Send Size Length
    sendSize = sKeyboard.length();

    // Send Size, charAt
    for(byte i = 0; i < sendSize+1; i++){

       // Write
       bleKeyboard.write(sKeyboard.charAt(i));
       delay(50);
    
    }
    bleKeyboard.write(KEY_RETURN);

  }

}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup()
{

  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);

  // Bluetooth LE keyboard
  bleKeyboard.begin();

  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);

  // Setup BLE Scan
  isSetupBLEScan();
  
  // Initialize the Switch pin as an input
  pinMode(iSwitch, INPUT);
  
  // Initialize digital pin iLED as an output
  pinMode(iLED, OUTPUT);
  // Outputting high, the LED turns on
  digitalWrite(iLED, HIGH);

  // Delay 5 Second
  delay( 5000 );

}

——

People can contact us: https://www.donluc.com/?page_id=1927

Teacher, Instructor, E-Mentor, R&D and Consulting

  • Programming Language
  • Single-Board Microcontrollers (PIC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Arm, Silicon Labs, Espressif, Etc…)
  • IoT
  • Wireless (Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, WiFi, Etc…)
  • Robotics
  • Automation
  • Camera and Video Capture Receiver Stationary, Wheel/Tank and Underwater Vehicle
  • Unmanned Vehicles Terrestrial and Marine
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • RTOS
  • eHealth Sensors, Biosensor, and Biometric
  • Research & Development (R & D)
  • Consulting

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Don Luc

Project #28 – Sensors – MMA7361 – Mk14

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#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #Sensors #MMA7361 #Adafruit #SparkFun #Arduino #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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MMA7361

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MMA7361

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MMA7361

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SparkFun Triple Axis Accelerometer Breakout – MMA7361

This is a breakout board for Freescale’s MMA7361L three-axis analog MEMS accelerometer. The sensor requires a very low amount of power and has a g-select input which switches the accelerometer between ±1.5g and ±6g measurement ranges. Other features include a sleep mode, signal conditioning, a 1-pole low pass filter, temperature compensation, self test, and 0g-detect which detects linear freefall. Zero-g offset and sensitivity are factory set and require no external devices.

This breadboard friendly board breaks out every pin of the MMA7361L to a 9-pin, 0.1″ pitch header. The sensor works on power between 2.2 and 3.6VDC (3.3 Volt optimal), and typically consumes just 400µA of current. All three axes have their own analog output.

  • Two selectable measuring ranges (±1.5g, ±6g)
  • Breadboard friendly – 0.1″ pitch header
  • Low current consumption: 400 µA
  • Sleep mode: 3 µA
  • Low voltage operation: 2.2 Volt – 3.6 Volt
  • High sensitivity (800 mV/g at 1.5g)
  • Fast turn on time (0.5 ms enable response time)
  • Self test for freefall detect diagnosis
  • 0g-Detect for freefall protection
  • Signal conditioning with low pass filter
  • Robust design, high shocks survivability

DL2401Mk04

1 x SparkFun Thing Plus – ESP32 WROOM
1 x DS3231 Precision RTC FeatherWing
1 x SparkFun Triple Axis Accelerometer Breakout – MMA7361
1 x Rocker Switch – SPST
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x CR1220 3V Lithium Coin Cell Battery
1 x 1 x Lithium Ion Battery – 1000mAh
1 x Terminal Block Breakout FeatherWing
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable

SparkFun Thing Plus – ESP32 WROOM

LED – LED_BUILTIN
SDA – Digital 23
SCL – Digital 22
SW1 – Digital 21
XAC – Analog A0
YAC – Analog A1
ZAC – Analog A2
VIN – +3.3V
GND – GND

——

DL2401Mk04p.ino

/****** Don Luc Electronics © ******
Software Version Information
Project #28 - Sensors - MMA7361 - Mk14
28-14
DL2401Mk04p.ino
1 x SparkFun Thing Plus - ESP32 WROOM
1 x DS3231 Precision RTC FeatherWing
1 x SparkFun Triple Axis Accelerometer Breakout - MMA7361
1 x Rocker Switch - SPST
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x Lithium Ion Battery - 1000mAh
1 x CR1220 3V Lithium Coin Cell Battery
1 x Terminal Block Breakout FeatherWing
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
*/

// Include the Library Code
// Bluetooth LE keyboard
#include <BleKeyboard.h>
// Two Wire Interface (TWI/I2C)
#include <Wire.h>
// Serial Peripheral Interface
#include <SPI.h>
// DS3231 Precision RTC 
#include <RTClib.h>

// Bluetooth LE Keyboard
BleKeyboard bleKeyboard;
String sKeyboard = "";
// Send Size
byte sendSize = 0;

// DS3231 Precision RTC 
RTC_DS3231 rtc;
String dateRTC = "";
String timeRTC = "";

// Accelerometer MMA7361
int XAc = A0;
int YAc = A1;
int ZAc = A2;
// Read
int x = 0;
int y = 0; 
int z = 0;

// The number of the Rocker Switch pin
int iSwitch = 21;
// Variable for reading the button status
int SwitchState = 0;

// Software Version Information
String sver = "28-14";

void loop() {

  // Date and Time RTC
  isRTC ();

  // Accelerometer MMA7361
  isMMA7361();

  // Read the state of the Switch value:
  SwitchState = digitalRead(iSwitch);

  // Check if the button is pressed. If it is, the SwitchState is HIGH:
  if (SwitchState == HIGH) {

    // Bluetooth LE Keyboard
    isBluetooth();

  }

  // Delay 1 Second
  delay(1000);

}

getAccelerometer.ino

// Accelerometer MMA7361
// isMMA7361
void isMMA7361(){

  // Accelerometer Read
  x = analogRead(XAc); 
  y = analogRead(YAc);
  z = analogRead(ZAc);

  sKeyboard = sKeyboard + String(x) + "|" + String(y) + "|" + String(z) + "|*";
  
}

getBleKeyboard.ino

// Ble Keyboard
// Bluetooth
// isBluetooth
void isBluetooth() {

  // ESP32 BLE Keyboard
  if(bleKeyboard.isConnected()) {

    // Send Size Length
    sendSize = sKeyboard.length();

    // Send Size, charAt
    for(byte i = 0; i < sendSize+1; i++){

       // Write
       bleKeyboard.write(sKeyboard.charAt(i));
       delay(50);
    
    }
    bleKeyboard.write(KEY_RETURN);

  }

}

getRTC.ino

// Date & Time
// DS3231 Precision RTC
void isSetupRTC() {

  // DS3231 Precision RTC
  if (! rtc.begin()) {
    //Serial.println("Couldn't find RTC");
    //Serial.flush();
    while (1) delay(10);
  }

  if (rtc.lostPower()) {
    //Serial.println("RTC lost power, let's set the time!");
    // When time needs to be set on a new device, or after a power loss, the
    // following line sets the RTC to the date & time this sketch was compiled
    rtc.adjust(DateTime(F(__DATE__), F(__TIME__)));
    // This line sets the RTC with an explicit date & time, for example to set
    // January 21, 2014 at 3am you would call:
    //rtc.adjust(DateTime(2023, 8, 10, 11, 0, 0));
  }
  
}
// Date and Time RTC
void isRTC () {

  // Date and Time
  dateRTC = "";
  timeRTC = "";
  DateTime now = rtc.now();
  
  // Date
  dateRTC = now.year(), DEC; 
  dateRTC = dateRTC + "/";
  dateRTC = dateRTC + now.month(), DEC;
  dateRTC = dateRTC + "/";
  dateRTC = dateRTC + now.day(), DEC;

  // Time
  timeRTC = now.hour(), DEC;
  timeRTC = timeRTC + ":";
  timeRTC = timeRTC + now.minute(), DEC;
  timeRTC = timeRTC + ":";
  timeRTC = timeRTC + now.second(), DEC;

  // bleKeyboard
  sKeyboard = "SEN|" + sver + "|" + String(dateRTC) 
  + "|" + String(timeRTC) + "|";

}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup()
{
  
  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);

  // Bluetooth LE keyboard
  bleKeyboard.begin();
  
  // Wire - Inialize I2C Hardware
  Wire.begin();

  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);

  // Date & Time RTC
  // DS3231 Precision RTC 
  isSetupRTC();

  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);
  
  // Initialize the Switch pin as an input
  pinMode(iSwitch, INPUT);

  // Initialize digital pin LED_BUILTIN as an output
  pinMode(LED_BUILTIN, OUTPUT);
  // Turn the LED on HIGH
  digitalWrite(LED_BUILTIN, HIGH);

  // Delay 5 Second
  delay( 5000 );

}

——

People can contact us: https://www.donluc.com/?page_id=1927

Teacher, Instructor, E-Mentor, R&D and Consulting

  • Programming Language
  • Single-Board Microcontrollers (PIC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Arm, Silicon Labs, Espressif, Etc…)
  • IoT
  • Wireless (Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, WiFi, Etc…)
  • Robotics
  • Automation
  • Camera and Video Capture Receiver Stationary, Wheel/Tank and Underwater Vehicle
  • Unmanned Vehicles Terrestrial and Marine
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • RTOS
  • eHealth Sensors, Biosensor, and Biometric
  • Research & Development (R & D)
  • Consulting

Follow Us

Luc Paquin – Curriculum Vitae – 2024
https://www.donluc.com/luc/

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Don Luc

Project #05: Lamps – NeoPixels – Mk02

——

#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #Lamps #NeoPixels #Keyboard #Adafruit #SparkFun #Arduino #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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NeoPixels

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NeoPixels

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NeoPixels

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NeoPixels

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NeoPixels

The WS2812 Integrated Light Source, or NeoPixel in Adafruit parlance, is the latest advance in the quest for a simple, scalable and affordable full-color LED. Red, green and blue LEDs are integrated alongside a driver chip into a tiny surface-mount package controlled through a single wire. They can be used individually, chained into longer strings or assembled into still more interesting form-factors.

NeoPixels don’t just light up on their own; they require a microcontroller, such as Arduino, and some programming. We provide some sample code to get you started. To create your own effects and animation, you’ll need some programming practice. If this is a new experience, work through some of the beginning Arduino tutorials to get a feel for the language.

NeoPixel Stick – 8 x 5050 RGB LED

Make your own little LED strip arrangement with this stick of NeoPixel LEDs. We crammed 8 of the tiny 5050 smart RGB LEDs onto a PCB with mounting holes and a chainable design. Use only one microcontroller pin to control as many as you can chain together. Each LED is addressable as the driver chip is inside the LED. Each one has constant current drive so the color will be very consistent even if the voltage varies, and no external choke resistors are required making the design slim. Power the whole thing with 5VDC and you’re ready to rock. The LEDs are “Chainable” by connecting the output of one stick into the input of another. There is a single data line with a very timing-specific protocol.

DL2401Mk01

1 x Arduino Pro Mini 328 – 3.3V/8MHz
2 x NeoPixel Stick – 8 x 5050 RGB LED
2 x Rotary Potentiometer – 10k Ohm
1 x Potentiometer Knob – Soft Touch T18 – Blue
1 x Potentiometer Knob – Soft Touch T18 – Red
1 x Mountable Slide Switch
1 x SparkFun USB Mini-B Breakout
1 x Enclosure
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable

Arduino Pro Mini 328 – 3.3V/8MHz

NPX – Digital 8
BRI – Analog A0
COL – Analog A3
VIN – +3.3V
VIN – +5V
GND – GND

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DL2401Mk01p.ino

/****** Don Luc Electronics © ******
Software Version Information
Project #05: Lamps - NeoPixels - Mk02
05-02
DL2401Mk01p.ino
1 x Arduino Pro Mini 328 - 3.3V/8MHz
2 x NeoPixel Stick - 8 x 5050 RGB LED
2 x Rotary Potentiometer - 10k Ohm
1 x Potentiometer Knob - Soft Touch T18 - Blue
1 x Potentiometer Knob - Soft Touch T18 - Red
1 x Mountable Slide Switch
1 x SparkFun USB Mini-B Breakout
1 x Enclosure
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
*/

// Include the Library Code
// NeoPixel
#include <Adafruit_NeoPixel.h>

// NeoPixels
#define PIN 8
// How many NeoPixels are attached to the Arduino => 16
#define NUMPIXELS 16
Adafruit_NeoPixel pixels = Adafruit_NeoPixel(NUMPIXELS, PIN, NEO_GRB + NEO_KHZ800);

// Color
// Red
int red = 0;
// Green
int green = 0;
// Blue
int blue = 0;

// 2 x Panel Mount 1K potentiometer
// Brighten
const int iSensorBrighten = A0;
int BrightenValue = 0;
int sensorMin = 1023;        // minimum sensor value
int sensorMax = 0;           // maximum sensor value

// Color
const int iSensorColor = A3;
int y = 0;
int ColorVal = 0;

// Software Version Information
String sver = "05-02";

void loop() {

  // Color
  isRangeColor();

  // Brighten
  isNeopix();

}

getNeopix.ino

// Neopix
void isNeopix() {
  
  for(int i=0; i<NUMPIXELS; i++){

    // Neopix
    BrightenValue = analogRead( iSensorBrighten );

    // Apply the calibration to the sensor reading
    BrightenValue = map(BrightenValue, sensorMin, sensorMax, 0, 255);

    // In case the sensor value is outside the range seen during calibration
    BrightenValue = constrain(BrightenValue, 0, 255); 
    
    pixels.setBrightness( BrightenValue );

    // The pixels.Color takes RGB values, from 0,0,0 up to 255,255,255
    pixels.setPixelColor(i, pixels.Color(red,green,blue));
    
    // This sends the updated pixel color to the hardware
    pixels.show();
 
  }
  
}
// Range Color
void isRangeColor() {

  // Range Color
  ColorVal = analogRead( iSensorColor );
  y = (ColorVal / 127);
  
  switch ( y ) {
    case  0:
      // White
      red = 255;
      green = 255;
      blue = 255; 
      break;
    case 1:
      // Yellow
      red = 255;
      green = 255;
      blue = 0;        
      isNeopix();
      break;
    case 2:
      // Pink
      red = 255;
      green = 153;
      blue = 203;        
      isNeopix();
      break;
    case 3:
      // Blue
      red = 0;
      green = 102;
      blue = 204;        
      isNeopix();       
      isNeopix();
      break;  
    case 4:
      // Green
      red = 0;
      green = 255;
      blue = 0;        
      isNeopix();
      break;
    case 5:
      // Orange
      red = 255;
      green = 102;
      blue = 0;        
      isNeopix();
      break;
    case 6:
      // Violet
      red = 204;
      green = 102;
      blue = 204;        
      isNeopix();
      break;     
    case 7:
      // Red
      red = 255;
      green = 0;
      blue = 0;        
      isNeopix();
      break; 
  }
  
}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup()
{

  // This initializes the NeoPixel library
  pixels.begin();
  delay(50);

}

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People can contact us: https://www.donluc.com/?page_id=1927

Teacher, Instructor, E-Mentor, R&D and Consulting

  • Programming Language
  • Single-Board Microcontrollers (PIC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Arm, Silicon Labs, Espressif, Etc…)
  • IoT
  • Wireless (Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, WiFi, Etc…)
  • Robotics
  • Automation
  • Camera and Video Capture Receiver Stationary, Wheel/Tank and Underwater Vehicle
  • Unmanned Vehicles Terrestrial and Marine
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • RTOS
  • eHealth Sensors, Biosensor, and Biometric
  • Research & Development (R & D)
  • Consulting

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Teacher, Instructor, E-Mentor, R&D and Consulting

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#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #Teacher #Instructor #EMentor #RD #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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Teacher, Instructor, E-Mentor, R&D and Consulting

  • Programming Language
  • Single-Board Microcontrollers (PIC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Arm, Silicon Labs, Espressif, Etc…)
  • IoT
  • Wireless (Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, WiFi, Etc…)
  • Robotics
  • Automation
  • Camera and Video Capture Receiver Stationary, Wheel/Tank and Underwater Vehicle
  • Unmanned Vehicles Terrestrial and Marine
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • RTOS
  • eHealth Sensors, Biosensor, and Biometric
  • Research & Development (R & D)
  • Consulting

I am a highly skilled programming language, microcontrollers, IoT, robotics and etc; with over 45 years of experience in various industries. I graduated from McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada with B.Sc. and D.D.S. degrees. I started consulting with small and medium-sized businesses in my native Canada in the mid-eighties and by the mid-nineties I was consulting for large corporate clients like Fannie Mae, KPMG Peat Marwick, Chase Manhattan Foreign Trade Division (Hong Kong), Warner Lambert and a variety of other firms in the Washington, DC and New York City area. Later on I worked with clients in Europe, Mexico, and Latin America.

I have worked, lived and traveled all over the world and I am a trilingual (English, French, and Spanish).

Over the years I have been the CTO of various early stage IT startups, the owner of an IT consulting company (desktop, web, mobile, microcontroller and embedded systems) with clients worldwide, in charge of R&D projects to integrate hardware and software solutions in innovative ways, director of technology for a business software development company, designer and integrator of electronic hardware and head developer on a variety of software and technology projects.

I have seen many trends come and go, good and bad, and lived through many major industry changes. I do deplore some of the current state of the industry, and applaud some of the new trends. My wife had been telling me for years to write about the the industry as we discuss things a lot and she always tells me that I was born to teach, or preach when I get excited about a subject. Since my motto has always been to learn something new daily, and that a wasted day is one where you learn nothing new, I decided to share some of that hard-earned let’s call it “Wisdom” for lack of a better term.

I know that I am considered as a dinosaur in this business where you are considered old when you hit 25, but there are some of us old fogies at over twice that, that are still active and can still provide a full contribution to this or these fields. Besides consulting and custom programming, I also offer electronic hardware integration and design, hardware/software integration as well as R&D services. I provide my services worldwide and can work from my office or yours depending on your project’s needs.

Schedule of Services Teacher, Instructor and E-Mentor

  • Beginner: These beginner-friendly microcontrollers are easy to use and program with just a computer or laptop, a USB cable, and some open-source software.
  • Intermediate: Internet of Things (IoT).
  • Advanced: Robotics, engineering, fashion, medical, environmental, performing arts, etc…
  • Projects: TBD
  • Research & Development: TBD
  • Consulting: TBD

Luc Paquin – 2024
The Electronic, Programming Language, Microcontrollers, IoT, Robotics Experts.

Curriculum Vitae 2024

https://www.donluc.com/luc/LucPaquinCVEng2024Mk01.pdf

Luc Paquin – Programming Language 2024

https://www.donluc.com/luc/LucPaquinProgrammingLanguage2024Mk01.pdf

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Don Luc

Why “The Alpha Geek”?

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#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #AlphaGeek #Geek #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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Alpha Geek

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Why “The Alpha Geek”?

I have said “Once a Geek always a Geek” so many time in describing myself. Since I was a small child the main goal in my life has been to learn new things daily. While I write this, on the whiteboard in front of my me in my office, is written in large letters “What new things have you learned today?”. It is a reminder to myself that the day will not be complete until something new is learned. Luckily for me in my line of business you would have to work very hard not to learn something new on a daily basis.

With that attitude in mind since childhood it was very difficult not to grow up and become a full-fledged Geek at an early age. In my early teens I was into photography and processing and printing my own B&W photos in a darkroom I had built with the help of my Mom in our basement in Canada. That was one of my many interests at the time and I can’t even remember how many different “Geeky” things I have done over the years. I got into electronics when I could not afford to buy a proper darkroom timer and I saw some article, probably in some electronics magazine, that explained how to build a simple timer that blinks a LED at one second intervals. After a trip, probably to Radio Shack, to buy a 555 timer IC, a LED, some resistors, wires and a small perforated circuit board. After that I was hooked on electronics projects from that day.

Some years later, while I was an undergrad at university, I was learning mainframe programming in Fortran and assembler programming for some mini-computer I do not remember. Since they were giving us only a few minutes of mainframe processor time a semester a bunch of friends and I bought one of the original Apple 1 kits and I built it for the group and we used that for a few years to supplement our mainframe time. Then followed a Timex Sinclair, a Commodore 64, a Portable Commodore 64, a 128, a PC XT clone with a huge 10Mb hard drive and then hundreds of PCs, laptops, Palm PDAs, tablets and electronic computing devices and gadgets of all kinds.

When I started consulting in 1983 a major part of my time was spent integrating and repairing computer hardware and I even worked for a few years repairing systems nobody else could fix. Nowadays besides programming some business applications on a variety of platforms I still spend a lot of time integrating specialized hardware with software and designing electronic devices of all kind. Since I started with that first simple electronics project over 45 years ago, the Geek in me is still going strong and even though the “Geek” badge is generally used describing the younger crowds I think that a grizzled grey-haired Geek veteran like me deserves the title of “Alpha Geek”. Experience should count for something…

If you noticed I capitalize “Geek” as I think it is a term of respect and not one of derision. I hope that all the Geeks out there will love visiting this blog that will grow to host many projects and features. I also hope that it will help in convert Geeks-in-Training to full-fledged card-carrying Geeks like that first project did for me so long ago.

In the meantime enjoy your stay and let’s Geek Out!

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Teacher, Instructor, E-Mentor, R&D and Consulting

  • Programming Language
  • Single-Board Microcontrollers (PIC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Arm, Silicon Labs, Espressif, Etc…)
  • IoT
  • Wireless (Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, WiFi, Etc…)
  • Robotics
  • Automation
  • Camera and Video Capture Receiver Stationary, Wheel/Tank and Underwater Vehicle
  • Unmanned Vehicles Terrestrial and Marine
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • RTOS
  • eHealth Sensors, Biosensor, and Biometric
  • Research & Development (R & D)
  • Consulting

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Project #8: Servo – Moteino R2 (RFM12B) – Mk02

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#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #Servo #Moteino #Transceiver #RadioFrequency #Pololu #Arduino #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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Moteino R2 (RFM12B)

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Moteino R2 (RFM12B)

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Moteino R2 (RFM12B)

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Moteino

Moteino began as a low power wireless Arduino compatible development platform based on the popular ATmega328p chip used in the Arduino UNO. There are now several Moteino development boards including MoteinoMEGA based on the Atmega1284P and MoteinoM0 based on the SAMD21G18 Cortex M0+. For programming you will need an external FTDI-Adapter to load sketches, the advantages being lower cost, smaller size.

Servo Motor

A servo motor is a rotary actuator or linear actuator that allows for precise control of angular or linear position, velocity and acceleration. It consists of a suitable motor coupled to a sensor for position feedback. It also requires a relatively sophisticated controller, often a dedicated module designed specifically for use with servo motors.

Servo motors have been around for a long time and are utilized in many applications. They are small in size but pack a big punch and are very energy-efficient. These features allow them to be used to operate remote-controlled or radio-controlled toy cars, robots and airplanes. Servo motors are also used in industrial applications, robotics, in-line manufacturing, pharmaceutics and food services.

Pololu Adjustable Boost Regulator 2.5-9.5 Volt

This powerful, adjustable boost regulator can generate an output voltage as high as 9.5 Volt from an input voltage as low as 1.5 Volt, all in a compact. A trimmer potentiometer lets you set the boost regulator’s output voltage to a value between 2.5 and 9.5 Volt.

DL2310Mk03

2 x Moteino R2 (Transceiver RFM12B)
1 x Pololu Adjustable Boost Regulator 2.5-9.5V
2 x Lithium Ion Battery – 1Ah
1 x Sub-Micro Servo 3.7g
1 x LED Green
1 x Tactile Button
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x SparkFun FTDI Basic Breakout – 5V
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable

Moteino R2 (Send)

TR0 – Digital 2
TBI – Digital 6
LED – Digital 9
TR1 – Digital 10
TR2 – Digital 11
TR3 – Digital 12
TR4 – Digital 13
VIN – +5V
VIN – +3.3V
GND – GND

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DL2310Mk03ps.ino

/* ***** Don Luc Electronics © *****
Software Version Information
Project #8: Servo - Radio Frequency - Mk02
6-02
Send
DL2310Mk03ps.ino
2 x Moteino R2 (Transceiver RFM12B)
1 x Pololu Adjustable Boost Regulator 2.5-9.5V
2 x Lithium Ion Battery - 1Ah
1 x Sub-Micro Servo 3.7g
1 x LED Green
1 x Tactile Button
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x SparkFun FTDI Basic Breakout - 5V
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
*/

// Include the Library Code
// RFM12B Radio
#include <RFM12B.h>
// Sleep
#include <avr/sleep.h>

// You will need to initialize the radio by telling it what ID
// it has and what network it's on
// The NodeID takes values from 1-127, 0 is reserved for sending 
// broadcast messages (send to all nodes)
// The Network ID takes values from 0-255
// By default the SPI-SS line used is D10 on Atmega328. 
// You can change it by calling .SetCS(pin) where pin can be {8,9,10}
// Network ID used for this unit
#define NODEID        2
// The network ID we are on
#define NETWORKID    99
// The node ID we're sending to
#define GATEWAYID     1
// # of ms to wait for an ack
#define ACK_TIME     50
// Serial
#define SERIAL_BAUD  115200

// Encryption is OPTIONAL
// to enable encryption you will need to:
// - provide a 16-byte encryption KEY (same on all nodes that talk encrypted)
// - to call .Encrypt(KEY) to start encrypting
// - to stop encrypting call .Encrypt(NULL)
uint8_t KEY[] = "ABCDABCDABCDABCD";

// Wait this many ms between sending packets
int interPacketDelay = 50;
// Input
char input = 0;

// Need an instance of the RFM12B Radio Module
RFM12B radio;
// Send Size
byte sendSize = 0;
// Payload
char payload[100];
// Request ACK
bool requestACK = false;

// LED
int iLED = 9;

// The number of the Tactile Button pin
int iTButton = 6;
// Variable for reading the button status
int TButtonState = 0;
// The previous reading from the input pin
int lastTButtonState = LOW;
// The following variables are unsigned longs 
// because the time, measured in
// milliseconds, will quickly become a bigger 
// number than can be stored in an int.
// The last time the output pin was toggled
unsigned long lastDebounceTime = 0;
// The debounce time; increase if the output flickers
unsigned long debounceDelay = 50;

// String
String zzzzzz = "";
int iSER = 0;

// Software Version Information
String sver = "8-02";

void loop()
{

  // Tactile Button
  isTButton();
  
  // is RFM12B Radio
  isRFM12BRadio();

  // Inter Packet Delay
  delay(interPacketDelay);
  
}

getRFM12BRadio.ino

// RFM12B Radio
void isSetupRFM12BRadio(){

  // RFM12B Radio
  radio.Initialize(NODEID, RF12_433MHZ, NETWORKID);
  // Encryption
  radio.Encrypt(KEY);
  // Sleep right away to save power
  radio.Sleep();
  // Transmitting
  Serial.println("Transmitting...\n\n");
  
}
// is RFM12 BRadio
void isRFM12BRadio(){

  // zzzzzz ""
  zzzzzz = "";
  
  // zzzzz = "<SER|" + iSER + "|*";
  zzzzzz = "<SER|";
  zzzzzz = zzzzzz + iSER;
  zzzzzz = zzzzzz + "|*";
  
  // sendSize Length
  sendSize = zzzzzz.length();

  // sendSize
  payload[sendSize];

  // sendSize, charAt
  for(byte i = 0; i < sendSize+1; i++){

    payload[i] = zzzzzz.charAt(i);
    
  }
    
  // payload
  Serial.print(payload);
  
  // Request ACK
  requestACK = sendSize;
  
  // Wakeup
  radio.Wakeup();
  
  // Turn the LED on HIGH
  digitalWrite( iLED , HIGH);
  
  // Send
  radio.Send(GATEWAYID, payload, sendSize, requestACK);

  // Request ACK
  if (requestACK)
  {
    
    Serial.print(" - waiting for ACK...");
    if (waitForAck()){
      
      Serial.print("Ok!");
      
    }
    else Serial.print("nothing...");
    
  }

  // Turn the LED on LOW
  digitalWrite( iLED , LOW);

  // Sleep
  radio.Sleep();

  // Serial
  Serial.println();

}
// Wait a few milliseconds for proper ACK, return true if received
static bool waitForAck(){
  
  // Now
  long now = millis();

  // ACK
  while (millis() - now <= ACK_TIME){
    

    if (radio.ACKReceived(GATEWAYID)){
      
      return true;

    }

  }
  
  return false;
  
}

getTButton.ino

// Tactile Button
void isTButton(){

  // Read the state of the Button value:
  int reading = digitalRead(iTButton);

  // Check to see if you just pressed the TButton
  // (i.e. the input went from LOW to HIGH), and you've waited long enough
  // since the last press to ignore any noise:

  // If the TButton changed, due to noise or pressing:
  if (reading != lastTButtonState) {
    
    // Reset the debouncing timer
    lastDebounceTime = millis();
    
  }

  if ((millis() - lastDebounceTime) > debounceDelay) {
    
    // Whatever the reading is at, it's been there for 
    // longer than the debounce
    // delay, so take it as the actual current state:

    // if the button state has changed:
    if (reading != TButtonState) {
      
      TButtonState = reading;

      // Check if the TButton is pressed. If it is, the TButtonState is HIGH:
      if (TButtonState == HIGH) {

        iSER = 1;

      } else {

        iSER = 0;
    
      }

      
      
    }
  }
  
  // Save the reading. Next time through the loop, 
  // it'll be the lastTButtonState:
  lastTButtonState = reading;
  
}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup(){

  // Serial
  Serial.begin(SERIAL_BAUD);

  // LED
  pinMode( iLED , OUTPUT);

  // Initialize the Button pin as an input
  pinMode(iTButton, INPUT);

  // Setup RFM12B Radio
  isSetupRFM12BRadio();

}

Moteino R2 (Receive)

TR0 – Digital 2
LED – Digital 9
TR1 – Digital 10
TR2 – Digital 11
TR3 – Digital 12
TR4 – Digital 13
VIN – +5V
VIN – +3.3V
GND – GND

DL2310Mk03Mkpr.ino

/* ***** Don Luc Electronics © *****
Software Version Information
Project #8: Servo - Radio Frequency - Mk02
6-02
Receive
DL2310Mk03pr.ino
2 x Moteino R2 (RFM12B)
1 x Pololu Adjustable Boost Regulator 2.5-9.5V
2 x Lithium Ion Battery - 1Ah
1 x Sub-Micro Servo 3.7g
1 x LED Green
1 x Tactile Button
1 x Resistor 10K Ohm
1 x SparkFun FTDI Basic Breakout - 5V
1 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
*/

// Include the Library Code
// RFM12B Radio
#include <RFM12B.h>
// Servo
#include <Servo.h>

// You will need to initialize the radio by telling it what ID
// it has and what network it's on
// The NodeID takes values from 1-127, 0 is reserved for sending 
// broadcast messages (send to all nodes)
// The Network ID takes values from 0-255
// By default the SPI-SS line used is D10 on Atmega328. 
// You can change it by calling .SetCS(pin) where pin can be {8,9,10}
// Network ID used for this unit
#define NODEID        1
// The network ID we are on
#define NETWORKID    99
// Serial
#define SERIAL_BAUD  115200

// Encryption is OPTIONAL
// to enable encryption you will need to:
// - provide a 16-byte encryption KEY (same on all nodes that talk encrypted)
// - to call .Encrypt(KEY) to start encrypting
// - to stop encrypting call .Encrypt(NULL)
uint8_t KEY[] = "ABCDABCDABCDABCD";

// Need an instance of the RFM12B Radio Module
RFM12B radio;

// Message
String msg = "";

// Servo
int iSER = 0;
String sSER = "";
int firstClosingBracket = 0;

// LED
int iLED = 9;
int iLEDG = 7;

// Servo control
Servo serv;
const int pinServo = 6;

// Software Version Information
String sver = "8-02";

void loop() {

  // is RFM12B Radio
  isRFM12BRadio();

}

getRFM12BRadio.ino

// RFM12B Radio
void isSetupRFM12BRadio()
{

  // RFM12B Radio
  radio.Initialize(NODEID, RF12_433MHZ, NETWORKID);
  // Encryption
  radio.Encrypt(KEY);
  // Transmitting
  Serial.println("Listening...");
  
}
// is RFM12 BRadio
void isRFM12BRadio()
{

  // Receive
  if (radio.ReceiveComplete())
  {
    
    // CRC Pass
    if (radio.CRCPass())
    {
      
      // Serial
      Serial.print('[');
      Serial.print(radio.GetSender());
      Serial.print("] ");

      // Message
      msg = "";
      
      // Can also use radio.GetDataLen() if you don't like pointers
      for (byte i = 0; i < *radio.DataLen; i++)
      {
        
        Serial.print((char)radio.Data[i]);
        msg = msg + (char)radio.Data[i];
        
      }

      // Turn the LED on HIGH
      digitalWrite( iLED , HIGH);

      // Servo
      isServo();
  
      // ACK Requested
      if (radio.ACKRequested())
      {
        
        // Send ACK
        radio.SendACK();
        Serial.print(" - ACK Sent");
        
      }

      // Turn the LED on LOW
      digitalWrite( iLED , LOW);
    
    }
    else
    {
      
      // BAD-CRC
      Serial.print("BAD-CRC");

    }

    // Serial
    Serial.println();

  } 
  
}

getServo.ino

// Servo
void isServo(){

  // Message
  //Serial.println( msg );
  // msg = "<SER|0|*";
  firstClosingBracket = 0;
  // "<SER|"
  firstClosingBracket = msg.indexOf('|');
  //Serial.println( msg );
  msg.remove(0, 5);
  //Serial.println( msg );
  // Servo
  firstClosingBracket = msg.indexOf('|');     
  sSER = msg;
  sSER.remove(firstClosingBracket);
  //Serial.println( sSER );
  iSER = sSER.toInt();
  //Serial.println( iSER );
  int x = iSER;

  if (x == 1) {

    digitalWrite(iLEDG, HIGH);
    // Set servo to unlock
    serv.write( 0 );
    delay(15);
    
  } else {

    digitalWrite(iLEDG, LOW);
    // Set servo to lock
    serv.write( 90 );
    delay(15);
    
  }

}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup()
{

  // Serial
  Serial.begin(SERIAL_BAUD);

  // LED
  pinMode( iLED , OUTPUT);
  pinMode( iLEDG , OUTPUT);

  // Attach Servo
  serv.attach( pinServo );

  // RFM12B Radio
  isSetupRFM12BRadio();

}

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People can contact us: https://www.donluc.com/?page_id=1927

Teacher, Instructor, E-Mentor, R&D and Consulting

  • Programming Language
  • Single-Board Microcontrollers (PIC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Arm, Silicon Labs, Espressif, Etc…)
  • IoT
  • Wireless (Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, WiFi, Etc…)
  • Robotics
  • Automation
  • Camera and Video Capture Receiver Stationary, Wheel/Tank and Underwater Vehicle
  • Unmanned Vehicles Terrestrial and Marine
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • RTOS
  • eHealth Sensors, Biosensor, and Biometric
  • Research & Development (R & D)
  • Consulting

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Don Luc

Project #26 – Radio Frequency – Bluetooth Server and Client – Mk26

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#DonLucElectronics #DonLuc #RadioFrequency #Bluetooth #Display #SparkFun #BME280 #CCS811 #Arduino #Project #Fritzing #Programming #Electronics #Microcontrollers #Consultant

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Bluetooth Server and Client

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Bluetooth Server and Client

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Bluetooth Server and Client

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Bluetooth Server and Client

Connect the SparkFun BME280 and CCS811 this is the “Server” board. Upload SparkFun Thing Plus the Server code to the board using the USB cable. When uploading is complete, disconnect this board from the computer. Now, connect the Lithium Ion battery to the “Server”. Next, connect the second SparkFun Thing Plus to your computer and upload the Client code to the board. We have two Arduino sketches to upload to the SparkFun Thing Plus boards. Upload the first sketch to the Server SparkFun Thing Plus and the second sketch to the Client SparkFun Thing Plus.

DL2307Mk07

2 x SparkFun Thing Plus – ESP32 WROOM
1 x SparkFun BME280 – Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Altitude
1 x SparkFun Air Quality Breakout – CCS811
1 x Adafruit SHARP Memory Display Breakout
2 x Lithium Ion Battery – 850mAh
2 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable

SparkFun Thing Plus – ESP32 WROOM (Server)

LED – LED_BUILTIN
SDA – Digital 23
SCL – Digital 22
RX2 – Bluetooth
TX2 – Bluetooth
VIN – +3.3V
GND – GND

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DL2307Mk07ps.ino

/* ***** Don Luc Electronics © *****
Software Version Information
Project #26 - Radio Frequency - Bluetooth Server and Client - Mk26
26-26
DL2307Mk07ps.ino
2 x SparkFun Thing Plus - ESP32 WROOM
1 x SparkFun BME280 - Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Altitude
1 x SparkFun Air Quality Breakout - CCS811
1 x Adafruit SHARP Memory Display Breakout
2 x Lithium Ion Battery - 850mAh
2 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
*/

// Include the Library Code
// BLE Device
#include <BLEDevice.h>
// BLE Utils
#include <BLEUtils.h>
// BLE Serve
#include <BLEServer.h>
// Two Wire Interface (TWI/I2C)
#include <Wire.h>
// SparkFun BME280 - Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Altitude
#include <SparkFunBME280.h>
// SparkFun CCS811 - eCO2 & tVOC
#include <SparkFunCCS811.h>

// See the following for generating UUIDs:
// https://www.uuidgenerator.net/
#define SERVICE_UUID            "7c394dc4-49a8-4c22-8a5b-b1612d8c13c1"
#define CHARACTERISTIC_UUID     "a4c4cec2-f394-4f7a-b9de-89047feca74b"
#define CHARACTERISTIC_TEM_UUID "74bd92c6-89d0-4387-823e-97e7e0fb7a2b"
#define CHARACTERISTIC_HUM_UUID "1b63f246-b97f-4d2e-b8eb-f69e20a23a34"
#define CHARACTERISTIC_BAR_UUID "43788175-37a7-4280-93c6-c690324d088e"
#define CHARACTERISTIC_ALT_UUID "609deed9-a72d-45c3-aaba-14a73b0d8fda"
#define CHARACTERISTIC_ECO_UUID "ab17aace-c0b9-4bd3-bb93-7715d9afaeea"
#define CHARACTERISTIC_VOC_UUID "6a8bf86a-9d40-457c-9f7f-f13a3d6803f1"
// Makes the chracteristic globlal
static BLECharacteristic *pCharacteristicTEM;
static BLECharacteristic *pCharacteristicHUM;
static BLECharacteristic *pCharacteristicBAR;
static BLECharacteristic *pCharacteristicALT;
static BLECharacteristic *pCharacteristicECO;
static BLECharacteristic *pCharacteristicVOC;

// SparkFun BME280 - Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Altitude
BME280 myBME280;
float BMEtempC = 0;
float BMEhumid = 0;
float BMEpressure = 0;
float BMEaltitudeM = 0;
String FullString = "";

// SparkFun CCS811 - eCO2 & tVOC
// Default I2C Address
#define CCS811_ADDR 0x5B 
CCS811 myCCS811(CCS811_ADDR);
float CCS811CO2 = 0;
float CCS811TVOC = 0;
String FullStringA = "";

// Software Version Information
String sver = "26-26";

void loop() {

  // SparkFun BME280 - Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Altitude
  isBME280();

  // SparkFun CCS811 - eCO2 & tVOC
  isCCS811();

  // Delay 1 sec
  delay(1000);

}

getBME280.ino

// SparkFun BME280 - Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Altitude
// isBME280 - Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Altitude
void isBME280(){

  // Temperature Celsius
  BMEtempC = myBME280.readTempC();
  // Humidity
  BMEhumid = myBME280.readFloatHumidity();
  // Barometric Pressure
  BMEpressure = myBME280.readFloatPressure();
  // Altitude Meters
  BMEaltitudeM = (myBME280.readFloatAltitudeMeters(), 2);

  // setValue takes uint8_t, uint16_t, uint32_t, int, float, double and string
  pCharacteristicTEM->setValue(BMEtempC);
  pCharacteristicHUM->setValue(BMEhumid);
  pCharacteristicBAR->setValue(BMEpressure);
  pCharacteristicALT->setValue(BMEaltitudeM);

  // FullString
  FullString = "Temperature = " + String(BMEtempC,2) + " Humidity = "
  + String(BMEhumid,2) + " Barometric = " + String(BMEpressure,2) 
  + " Altitude Meters = " + String(BMEaltitudeM,2) + "\r\n";

  // FullString Bluetooth Serial + Serial
  for(int i = 0; i < FullString.length(); i++)
  {

    // Serial
    Serial.write(FullString.c_str()[i]);
    
  }

}

getCCS811.ino

// CCS811 - eCO2 & tVOC
// isCCS811 - eCO2 & tVOC
void isCCS811(){

  // This sends the temperature & humidity data to the CCS811
  myCCS811.setEnvironmentalData(BMEhumid, BMEtempC);

  // Calling this function updates the global tVOC and eCO2 variables
  myCCS811.readAlgorithmResults();

  // eCO2 Concentration
  CCS811CO2 = myCCS811.getCO2();
  
  // tVOC Concentration
  CCS811TVOC = myCCS811.getTVOC();

  // setValue takes uint8_t, uint16_t, uint32_t, int, float, double and string
  pCharacteristicECO->setValue(CCS811CO2);
  pCharacteristicVOC->setValue(CCS811TVOC);

  // FullStringA
  FullStringA = "TVOCs = " + String(CCS811TVOC,2) + " eCO2 = "
  + String(CCS811CO2,2) + "\r\n";

  // FullStringA Bluetooth Serial + Serial
  for(int i = 0; i < FullStringA.length(); i++)
  {

    // Serial
    Serial.write(FullStringA.c_str()[i]);
    
  }


}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup()
{
  
  // Serial Begin
  Serial.begin(115200);
  Serial.println("Starting BLE work!");

  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);
  
  // Wire - Inialize I2C Hardware
  Wire.begin();

  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);

  // SparkFun BME280 - Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Altitude 
  myBME280.begin();

  // CCS811 - eCO2 & tVOC
  myCCS811.begin();

  // Initialize digital pin LED_BUILTIN as an output
  pinMode(LED_BUILTIN, OUTPUT);
  // Turn the LED on HIGH
  digitalWrite(LED_BUILTIN, HIGH);

  // BLE Device Init
  BLEDevice::init("Don Luc Electronics Server");
  BLEServer *pServer = BLEDevice::createServer();
  BLEService *pService = pServer->createService(SERVICE_UUID);
  BLECharacteristic *pCharacteristic = pService->createCharacteristic(
                                         CHARACTERISTIC_UUID,
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_READ |
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_WRITE
                                       );

  pCharacteristicTEM = pService->createCharacteristic(
                                         CHARACTERISTIC_TEM_UUID,
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_READ |
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_WRITE
                                       );
                                       
  pCharacteristicHUM = pService->createCharacteristic(
                                         CHARACTERISTIC_HUM_UUID,
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_READ |
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_WRITE
                                       );
  
  pCharacteristicBAR = pService->createCharacteristic(
                                         CHARACTERISTIC_BAR_UUID,
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_READ |
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_WRITE
                                       );
  
  pCharacteristicALT = pService->createCharacteristic(
                                         CHARACTERISTIC_ALT_UUID,
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_READ |
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_WRITE
                                       );
  
  pCharacteristicVOC = pService->createCharacteristic(
                                         CHARACTERISTIC_VOC_UUID,
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_READ |
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_WRITE
                                       );
  
  pCharacteristicECO = pService->createCharacteristic(
                                         CHARACTERISTIC_ECO_UUID,
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_READ |
                                         BLECharacteristic::PROPERTY_WRITE
                                       );
  
  pCharacteristic->setValue("Luc Paquin");
  pService->start();

  // This still is working for backward compatibility
  // BLEAdvertising *pAdvertising = pServer->getAdvertising();
  // BLE Advertising
  BLEAdvertising *pAdvertising = BLEDevice::getAdvertising();
  pAdvertising->addServiceUUID(SERVICE_UUID);
  pAdvertising->setScanResponse(true);
  // Functions that help with iPhone connections issue
  pAdvertising->setMinPreferred(0x06);
  pAdvertising->setMinPreferred(0x12);
  BLEDevice::startAdvertising();

}

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SparkFun Thing Plus – ESP32 WROOM (Client)

LED – Digital 21
SCK – Digital 13
MOSI – Digital 12
SS – Digital 27
RX2 – Bluetooth
TX2 – Bluetooth
VIN – +3.3V
GND – GND

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DL2307Mk07pr.ino

/* ***** Don Luc Electronics © *****
Software Version Information
Project #26 - Radio Frequency - Bluetooth Server and Client - Mk26
26-26
DL2307Mk07pr.ino
2 x SparkFun Thing Plus - ESP32 WROOM
1 x SparkFun BME280 - Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, and Altitude
1 x SparkFun Air Quality Breakout - CCS811
1 x Adafruit SHARP Memory Display Breakout
2 x Lithium Ion Battery - 850mAh
2 x SparkFun Cerberus USB Cable
*/

// Include the Library Code
// Bluetooth BLE Device
#include "BLEDevice.h"
// SHARP Memory Display
#include <Adafruit_SharpMem.h>
// Adafruit GFX Library
#include <Adafruit_GFX.h>

// SHARP Memory Display
// any pins can be used
#define SHARP_SCK  13
#define SHARP_MOSI 12
#define SHARP_SS   27
// Set the size of the display here, e.g. 144x168!
Adafruit_SharpMem display(SHARP_SCK, SHARP_MOSI, SHARP_SS, 144, 168);
// The currently-available SHARP Memory Display (144x168 pixels)
// requires > 4K of microcontroller RAM; it WILL NOT WORK on Arduino Uno
// or other <4K "classic" devices.
#define BLACK 0
#define WHITE 1
// 1/2 of lesser of display width or height
int minorHalfSize;

// The remote service we wish to connect to.
static BLEUUID serviceUUID("7c394dc4-49a8-4c22-8a5b-b1612d8c13c1");
// The characteristic of the remote service we are interested in.
static BLEUUID    charUUID("a4c4cec2-f394-4f7a-b9de-89047feca74b");
// Use the same UUID as on the server
static BLEUUID    charTEMUUID("74bd92c6-89d0-4387-823e-97e7e0fb7a2b");
static BLEUUID    charHUMUUID("1b63f246-b97f-4d2e-b8eb-f69e20a23a34");
static BLEUUID    charBARUUID("43788175-37a7-4280-93c6-c690324d088e");
static BLEUUID    charALTUUID("609deed9-a72d-45c3-aaba-14a73b0d8fda");
static BLEUUID    charECOUUID("ab17aace-c0b9-4bd3-bb93-7715d9afaeea");
static BLEUUID    charVOCUUID("6a8bf86a-9d40-457c-9f7f-f13a3d6803f1");
static boolean doConnect = false;
static boolean connected = false;
static boolean doScan = false;
static BLERemoteCharacteristic* pRemoteCharacteristic;
static BLERemoteCharacteristic* pRemoteCharacteristicTEM;
static BLERemoteCharacteristic* pRemoteCharacteristicHUM;
static BLERemoteCharacteristic* pRemoteCharacteristicBAR;
static BLERemoteCharacteristic* pRemoteCharacteristicALT;
static BLERemoteCharacteristic* pRemoteCharacteristicECO;
static BLERemoteCharacteristic* pRemoteCharacteristicVOC;

static BLEAdvertisedDevice* myDevice;
float TEMValue;
float HUMValue;
float BARValue;
float ALTValue;
float ECOValue;
float VOCValue;

int iLED = 21;

// Software Version Information
String sver = "26-26";

void loop() {

  isBluetoothBLE();

  isDisplayEnvironmental();
 
}

getBluetoothBLE.ino

// Bluetooth BLE
void isBluetoothBLE(){

  // If the flag "doConnect" is true then we have scanned for 
  // and found the desired
  // BLE Server with which we wish to connect.  Now we connect to it.
  // Once we are connected we set the connected flag to be true.
  if (doConnect == true) {
    if (connectToServer()) {
      Serial.println("We are now connected to the BLE Server.");
    } else {
      Serial.println("We have failed to connect to the server; there is nothin more we will do.");
    }
    doConnect = false;
  }

  // If we are connected to a peer BLE Server, update the characteristic each time we are reached
  // with the current time since boot.
  if (connected) {
    String newValue = "Time since boot: " + String(millis()/1000);
    //Serial.println("Setting new characteristic value to \"" + newValue + "\"");

    // Set the characteristic's value to be the array of bytes that is actually a string.
   // pRemoteCharacteristic->writeValue(newValue.c_str(), newValue.length());//***********JKO
  }else if(doScan){
    BLEDevice::getScan()->start(0);  // this is just example to start scan after disconnect, most likely there is better way to do it in arduino
  }

  // read the Characteristics and store them in a variable
  // This also makes the print command do float handling
  TEMValue = pRemoteCharacteristicTEM->readFloat();
  HUMValue = pRemoteCharacteristicHUM->readFloat();
  BARValue = pRemoteCharacteristicBAR->readFloat();
  ALTValue = pRemoteCharacteristicALT->readFloat();
  ECOValue = pRemoteCharacteristicECO->readFloat();
  VOCValue = pRemoteCharacteristicVOC->readFloat();
  
}
// Notify Callback
static void notifyCallback(
  BLERemoteCharacteristic* pBLERemoteCharacteristic,
  uint8_t* pData,
  size_t length,
  bool isNotify) {
    Serial.print("Notify callback for characteristic ");
    Serial.print(pBLERemoteCharacteristic->getUUID().toString().c_str());
    Serial.print(" of data length ");
    Serial.println(length);
    Serial.print("data: ");
    Serial.println((char*)pData);
}
// My Client Callback
class MyClientCallback : public BLEClientCallbacks {
  void onConnect(BLEClient* pclient) {
  }

  void onDisconnect(BLEClient* pclient) {
    connected = false;
    Serial.println("onDisconnect");
  }
};
// Connect To Server
bool connectToServer() {
    Serial.print("Forming a connection to ");
    Serial.println(myDevice->getAddress().toString().c_str());

    BLEClient*  pClient  = BLEDevice::createClient();
    Serial.println(" - Created client");

    pClient->setClientCallbacks(new MyClientCallback());

    // Connect to the remove BLE Server.
    // if you pass BLEAdvertisedDevice instead of address,
    //it will be recognized type of peer device address (public or private)
    pClient->connect(myDevice);  
    Serial.println(" - Connected to server");
    //set client to request maximum MTU from server (default is 23 otherwise)
    pClient->setMTU(517); 

    // Obtain a reference to the service we are after in the remote BLE server.
    BLERemoteService* pRemoteService = pClient->getService(serviceUUID);
    if (pRemoteService == nullptr) {
      Serial.print("Failed to find our service UUID: ");
      Serial.println(serviceUUID.toString().c_str());
      pClient->disconnect();
      return false;
    }
    Serial.println(" - Found our service");

    // Obtain a reference to the characteristic in the service of the remote BLE server.
    pRemoteCharacteristic = pRemoteService->getCharacteristic(charUUID);
    if (pRemoteCharacteristic == nullptr) {
      Serial.print("Failed to find our characteristic UUID: ");
      Serial.println(charUUID.toString().c_str());
      pClient->disconnect();
      return false;
    }
    Serial.println(" - Found our characteristic");
    // Temperature Obtain a reference to the characteristic in the service
    // of the remote BLE server.
    pRemoteCharacteristicTEM = pRemoteService->getCharacteristic(charTEMUUID);
    if (pRemoteCharacteristicTEM == nullptr) {
      Serial.print("Failed to find our characteristic UUID Temperature: ");
      Serial.println(charTEMUUID.toString().c_str());
      pClient->disconnect();
      return false;
    }
    // Humidity Obtain a reference to the characteristic in the service
    // of the remote BLE server.
    pRemoteCharacteristicHUM = pRemoteService->getCharacteristic(charHUMUUID);
    if (pRemoteCharacteristicHUM == nullptr) {
      Serial.print("Failed to find our characteristic UUID Temperature: ");
      Serial.println(charHUMUUID.toString().c_str());
      pClient->disconnect();
      return false;
    }

    Serial.println(" - Found our characteristic");

    // Barometric Obtain a reference to the characteristic in the service
    // of the remote BLE server.
    pRemoteCharacteristicBAR = pRemoteService->getCharacteristic(charBARUUID);
    if (pRemoteCharacteristicBAR == nullptr) {
      Serial.print("Failed to find our characteristic UUID Barometric: ");
      Serial.println(charBARUUID.toString().c_str());
      pClient->disconnect();
      return false;
    }

    Serial.println(" - Found our characteristic");
    
    // Altitude Obtain a reference to the characteristic in the service
    // of the remote BLE server.
    pRemoteCharacteristicALT = pRemoteService->getCharacteristic(charALTUUID);
    if (pRemoteCharacteristicALT == nullptr) {
      Serial.print("Failed to find our characteristic UUID Altitude: ");
      Serial.println(charALTUUID.toString().c_str());
      pClient->disconnect();
      return false;
    }

    // eCO2 Concentration Obtain a reference to the characteristic in the service
    // of the remote BLE server.
    pRemoteCharacteristicECO = pRemoteService->getCharacteristic(charECOUUID);
    if (pRemoteCharacteristicECO == nullptr) {
      Serial.print("Failed to find our characteristic UUID eCO2 Concentration: ");
      Serial.println(charECOUUID.toString().c_str());
      pClient->disconnect();
      return false;
    }

    Serial.println(" - Found our characteristic");
    
    // tVOC Concentration Obtain a reference to the characteristic in the service
    // of the remote BLE server.
    pRemoteCharacteristicVOC = pRemoteService->getCharacteristic(charVOCUUID);
    if (pRemoteCharacteristicVOC == nullptr) {
      Serial.print("Failed to find our characteristic UUID tVOC Concentration: ");
      Serial.println(charVOCUUID.toString().c_str());
      pClient->disconnect();
      return false;
    }
    
    
    Serial.println(" - Found our characteristic");
    // Read the value of the characteristic.
    if(pRemoteCharacteristic->canRead()) {
      std::string value = pRemoteCharacteristic->readValue();
      Serial.print("The characteristic value was: ");
      Serial.println(value.c_str());
    }

    if(pRemoteCharacteristic->canNotify())
      pRemoteCharacteristic->registerForNotify(notifyCallback);

    connected = true;
    return true;
    
}
/**
 * Scan for BLE servers and find the first one that advertises the service we are looking for.
 */
class MyAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks: public BLEAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks {
 /**
   * Called for each advertising BLE server.
   */
  void onResult(BLEAdvertisedDevice advertisedDevice) {
    Serial.print("BLE Advertised Device found: ");
    Serial.println(advertisedDevice.toString().c_str());

    // We have found a device, let us now see if it contains the service we are looking for.
    if (advertisedDevice.haveServiceUUID() && advertisedDevice.isAdvertisingService(serviceUUID)) {

      BLEDevice::getScan()->stop();
      myDevice = new BLEAdvertisedDevice(advertisedDevice);
      doConnect = true;
      doScan = true;

    } // Found our server
  } // onResult
}; // MyAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks

getDisplay.ino

// Display
// SHARP Memory Display - UID
void isDisplayUID() {

    // Text Display 
    // Clear Display
    display.clearDisplay();
    display.setRotation(2);
    display.setTextSize(3);
    display.setTextColor(BLACK);
    // Don Luc Electronics
    display.setCursor(0,10);
    display.println( "Don Luc" );
    display.setTextSize(2);
    display.setCursor(0,40);
    display.println( "Electronics" );
    // Version
    display.setTextSize(3);
    display.setCursor(0,70);
    display.println( "Version" );
    display.setTextSize(2);
    display.setCursor(0,100);   
    display.println( sver );
    // Refresh
    display.refresh();
    delay( 5000 );
    
}
// Display Environmental
void isDisplayEnvironmental(){

    // Text Display Environmental
    // Clear Display
    display.clearDisplay();
    display.setRotation(2);
    display.setTextSize(2);
    display.setTextColor(BLACK);
    // Temperature Celsius
    display.setCursor(0,5);
    display.print( "T: " );
    display.print( TEMValue );    
    display.println( "C" );
    // Humidity
    display.setCursor(0,25);
    display.print( "H: " );
    display.print( HUMValue );
    display.println( "%" );
    // Pressure
    display.setCursor(0,45);
    display.print( "B: " );
    display.print( BARValue );
    display.println( "" );
    // Altitude Meters
    display.setCursor(0,65);
    display.print( "A: " );   
    display.print( ALTValue );
    display.println( "M" );
    // eCO2 Concentration
    display.setCursor(0,85);
    display.print( "C: " );
    display.print( ECOValue );
    display.println( "ppm" );
    // tVOC Concentration
    display.setCursor(0,105);
    display.print( "V: " );
    display.print( VOCValue );
    display.println( "ppb" );
    // Refresh
    display.refresh();
    delay( 100 );

}

setup.ino

// Setup
void setup()
{
  
  // Serial
  Serial.begin(115200);
  Serial.println("Starting Arduino BLE Client application...");

  // Initialize digital pin iLED as an output
  pinMode(iLED, OUTPUT);
  // Turn the LED on HIGH
  digitalWrite(iLED, HIGH);

  // SHARP Display start & clear the display
  display.begin();
  display.clearDisplay();

  // Display UID
  isDisplayUID();

  // Bluetooth BLE
  BLEDevice::init("");
  
  // Give display time to power on
  delay(100);
  
  BLEScan* pBLEScan = BLEDevice::getScan();
  pBLEScan->setAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks(new MyAdvertisedDeviceCallbacks());
  pBLEScan->setInterval(1349);
  pBLEScan->setWindow(449);
  pBLEScan->setActiveScan(true);
  pBLEScan->start(5, false);

}

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People can contact us: https://www.donluc.com/?page_id=1927

Technology Experience

  • Programming Language
  • Single-Board Microcontrollers (PIC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi,Espressif, etc…)
  • IoT
  • Wireless (Radio Frequency, Bluetooth, WiFi, Etc…)
  • Robotics
  • Camera and Video Capture Receiver Stationary, Wheel/Tank and Underwater Vehicle
  • Unmanned Vehicles Terrestrial and Marine
  • Machine Learning
  • RTOS
  • Research & Development (R & D)

Instructor, E-Mentor, STEAM, and Arts-Based Training

  • Programming Language
  • IoT
  • PIC Microcontrollers
  • Arduino
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Espressif
  • Robotics

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