When you are going to use I2C modules for your Arduino Projects, sometimes the manufacturer didn't give the address of I2C device inside the chip. EDIT: And you should try an i2c scanner app to see if it can find the device at all. Beginner Full instructions provided 1.5 hours 1,995. However, initially the MPU6050 also did not work with similar behaviour as the BMP280. Most of the default examples uses 9600 bits per second, but sometimes I need it faster, so I made it “115200”. and the clock is low at the beginning since the last write left it in that state. Resolution is also defined in the library of the OLED display. distance(bool biasCorrection, char lidarliteAddress). Well, after a short digging within the source code I found the problem. It looks like the clock timing is strange because of the small spikes and I think clock should be high at the end of the write. LIDAR-Lite connected over the I2C interface. This very simple sketch scans the I2C-bus for devices. Neither under C++ nor C#. Whereas SPI gets by with the minimal amount of protocol overhead but pays the price in a florescence of wires, I2C only requires you to lay down two tracks: one for the clock (SCK) and one for data (SDA). So I wish to update so I can get this working . You seem to be powering via 3v3 - that’s too little if I belive the table you posted (4.75V ~ 5.5V). I think that @igrr needs to update the package as well so you get the latest code. I can’t see pull-ups so you assume the sensor does have its own pull-ups? The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: I also have a problem with I2C communication when I build form current source. for(int i = 0; i < 99; i++) I am running code to scan available devices on I2C bus by using HAL_I2C_Master_Transmit() . I could imagine that this might not do what is needed, but I’m not sure what the Particle Arduino compatibility layer has defined as ARDUINO version. To see the timing better I made two pictures: below is a picture of a write operation (adress + 1 byte payload). have to check your edits with my I2C things here, because some lines you removed deal with shitty slaves that do not want to release the data line on time. return ack; Normally, you do need pull-up resistors for I2C (afaik), especially if the sensor doesn’t already have them internally, so leave that in your setup. About Us. I just tested by building from current source and it works with Wire now :) I will make a scope picture in the next days. Now I have I2C based optical switches on bus,but it is not being listed in scan, receiving HAL_TIMEOUT /HAL_BUSY flags. Then you need an Arduino 1.6+ info on how to add the json is on the forum as well :). There is a price for this simplicity when interfacing systems that run at different voltages. 680uF capacitor (-) to Arduino GND, See the Operation Manual for wiring diagrams and more information: The earlier circuit picture is not my installation, it is from an online image showing the resistors. When i run the scanner , i get all the addresses as I2C Address on the serial monitor.!! Using the Arduino I 2 C address scanner, it is unable to find a device, even though it is wired correctly (I've checked multiple times).. However every piece of code I have tried hasn't worked. This trick doesn't work to fix Code 10 errors very often, and when it does, it probably means that the latest driver provided by the manufacturer has serious problems, but it's worth a shot before trying the next few steps. As a side note, the I2C scanner is also able to go through all the addresses when the PCA9685 is not connected the Arduino. myLidarLite.begin(0, true); // Set configuration to default and I2C to 400 kHz Normally, you do need pull-up resistors for I2C (afaik), especially if the sensor doesn’t already have them internally, so leave that in your setup. The mpu9150 is ok because the i2c scanner works on my Arduino Uno. Source code : #include void setup {Wire. Might be a clock stretching issue. { Thanks @Scruffr. ! Here the ID address had to be changed fromt the default 0x68 to 0x69. Now I have I2C based optical switches on bus,but it is not being listed in scan, receiving HAL_TIMEOUT /HAL_BUSY flags. Think I found a small bug in the implementation of the protocol. This is the code I used, i2c_scanner, and this output: I'll run a test on my side again a bit later to make sure what went into Little bit cliquey here are we , don't talk to anyone outside the circle? to your account. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. Also, the graphics example program works fine. Both RTC and EEPROM communicate with the arduino sketches. It has 4.7K pullup resistors built in . http://static.garmin.com/pumac/LIDAR_Lite_v3_Operation_Manual_and_Technical_Specifications.pdf, ------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/, void setup() In this tutorial we’ll take a look at the I2C communication protocol with the ESP32 using Arduino IDE: how to choose I2C pins, connect multiple I2C devices to the same bus and how to use the two I2C bus interfaces. The ESP32 has two I2C bus interfaces that can serve as I2C master or slave. I encountered some problems where the was code working with the devboard but not with the barebones board. If both of above addresses won’t work, you should try using I2C device scanner program. i am student at final engineering project that for now is not working =( we (i and my partner) wrote the most of program but at I2C part we are stuck for 3 weeks now. I2C devices can also be constructed with a single transistor per line, because the two lines ar… Yes I have external 4.7k in addition to the internal pullups. The floating pin was a false alert. Then, try other i2c pins (each board have more than one, see product pages). NOTE: I also have an RTC and another sensor (MPU6050) on the same I2C lines. @tytower I cant give you a scope pic of the difference between 2.2k and 10k pullups because I dont want to solder around on my board. i2c scanner. } But as I said: it works for my accelerometer. It can be a serious problem if the address is unknown or you write the wrong address. So for high I2C speeds you need lower resistors but it also "wastes" more energy since current will flow through the resistors every time the wire gets driven low. I have this I2C LCD screen I bought off eBay a while ago, but I've never done anything with it. fluctuations seem to be on the falling clock, i guess the drain causes it. I am trying to run the i2c detect script from Arduino from http://playground.arduino.cc/Main/I2cScanner But messed up the clock timing much. Thanks for the explanation I understand more nowOn Tue, 16 Jun 2015 04:37:21 -0700 Also, you state your sensor needs between 4.75 to 5.5V to operate, but if you have wired it the same I did (as … // i2c_scanner // // This program (or code that looks like it) // can be found in many places. I know that it is on I2C address 0x27 from the Arduino I2C scanner, but nothing seems to be working. I forgot the ground connection so it was floating. Some notes: I had to use the i2c low level functions instead of the Wire lib because Wire checks the return codes and it chokes on some return value and the stops transmitting so you dont see much on the scope there. below is a picture of a read operation (adress + 1 byte reading). The i2c_port_address_scanner.ino will not only discover the address of your I2C device but also the PORT numbers to which SLA and SLC are connected. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. }. @wizard23 I imagine that you have that scaled so two of the big squares are 3.3V? I am running code to scan available devices on I2C bus by using HAL_I2C_Master_Transmit() . I must have mixed up the arduino ide i was using since i have so many now :) It displays only: No i2c devices found. While my picture does not show the resistors, I did try with resistors between the +ve and both clock and data but no difference. #254 (comment). There might be other portions that may need attention too, but that was the first I noticed. The docs mention that Wire.setClock() should actually be Wire.setSpeed() and wants to be called before Wire.begin() Note:2 My circuit is shown below and I am definitely supplying the sensor with 5V. It will find the address of connected peripheral. bello is a comparison between your changes and my code before the fix mentioned above. Thank you, it is working now without resistors or a capacitor. i've reduced the code to a minimum and done some more research with an oscilloscope. Weelllp. If you have problem with your serial port (USB cable to your Arduino), then lower speed, it is up to you. I will recheck if I have used the correct version. I'm not sure what your fix was but it is important when working with I2C to remember that I2C (but not SMBus) is a "static" bus meaning it will operate with clock frequency down to DC. same Optical switch is working well with Arduino. It works now and the timing looks correct. Pins 8 and 9 are occupied by switch1 and switch 2 on the nrf9160DK so even simple pin toggle (GPIO low high every second) is not possible. All of the sudden, the i2c scanner works OK :). this is which new code? So, back to the PIC. Other i2c devices might accept it. With my — LIDARLite_v3_Arduino_Library - High-performance optical distance sensing. I have an i2C sensor that works fine on an Arduino (please see attached). I enabled the i2c interface in Raspi-config, and added the “dtparam=i2c_arm=on” line to /boot/config.txt as per the docs. You may need to change some code in the library There is something different about the Invensense I2C bus/controller that is causing the I2C bus to latch up. Scope image looks great BTW. The problem is resolved and working correctly and thanks go to @peekay123 and others for identifying the actual problem was no pull-ups on SDA/SCL. I have seen this before on the ESP8266/85. While my picture does not show the resistors, I did try with resistors between the +ve and both clock and data but no difference. You might consider re-soldering the backpack connections and trying again - and also chekind the +5V and GND power supply and the screw terminal connections. If so also can you take an image without? Have you tried the I2C scanner? My guess is that it somehow generates one more clock low to high transition and that my MMA8452 accelerometer does not like that. The eeprom address is not 0xA0 but is actually 0xAE - the A0, A1, and A2 bits default to '1' for this EEPROM. // The original author is not know. https://github.com/igrr also sent me some images and this is what clock Have you got a link to the library used? Unless you have some problem in your breakout board wring the scanner … The data is published, but there is no data (nan) from the sensor. Anyone else who has gotten this I2C LCD display to work with Arduino? I have tried different libraries and different code for this. The clock timing of the reading looks different. This is probably only a concern in battery powered low power apllications like a I2C realtime clock that should run for several months. I modified a single line within the i2c.cpp file - removing @wizard23 can you capture the interaction using a logic analyzer or an oscilloscope? Wire.pins(2, 0); e.g. I measured with a oscilloscope and it seems that in the new version the data pin remains floating while the clock pin seems fine. I have a SHT31 temp/humidity sensor attached to the i2c pins of a raspberrypi. hi to all. As a side note, the I2C scanner is also able to go through all the addresses when the PCA9685 is not connected the Arduino. I2C Scanner: https://go.particle.io/shared_apps/5ac7a964926c9fe8cb00049e. I'm currently running some I2C things on my ESP without any modifications to the Wire lib Individually the devices work fine and values can be displayed on the serial terminal. } ktnx! configure(int configuration, char lidarliteAddress), */ I tried different slaves like AM2320 sensor, SG1306 display and the simple scanner program is finding the slave sometimes, but most scans are failing. In your arduino IDE, check your examples menu and locate the 128×64 i2c sketch found under Adafruit SSD1306 (as shown in the picture). Will try it but here is that part of the code in my sketch. Yes, I tried the i2C scanner (forgot to mention it). Now that we know our displays i2c address, we can open the example sketch in our adafruit ssd1306 library. Thank you @ScruffR. (1) Pull-up resistors for I C bus, Rp = 2.2kΩ ... 10kΩ, typ. Instead there should be 4 addresses detected for gy80 sensor ! pretty sure though that I did. by shedboy71 4th December 2014. myLidarLite.distance(false); With the same wiring and code (with changing pins to Dx etc. The eeprom address is not 0xA0 but is actually 0xAE - the A0, A1, and A2 bits default to '1' for this EEPROM. These masters will not work together with other masters (as they have no multi-master support) and may not be used with devices which stretch SCL … https://github.com/garmin/LIDARLite_v3_Arduino_Library/blob/master/src/LIDARLite.cpp I2C Bus Scan Not Working with New Library and Apalis T30. I am trying to communicate with I2C devices with my nucleo boards (F103RB, F401RE, L476RG) and the operation is not stable. Are you saying I should comment out? Have tried Wire.begin(sda,scl); using pins 4 and 5 and other combinations of begin functions including //Wire.setClock(40000); and many other speeds to no avail I see on the datasheet from Bosh that 2.2K to 10K are fine . Yes, I tried the i2C scanner (forgot to mention it). i have tried to get my mpu9150 working on udoo. Wire.setClock(100000); I modified the setup and started with Checking the USB Serial output of the library and maybe adding more debug print statements might be helpful. // For example on the Arduino.cc forum. Hello, Hooked up a new 20x4 I2C lcd pannel as in the described in the irrigation controller drawing (A4 & A5, PWR, and GND). In this case, a termination resistor is not needed and SCL cannot be pulled low. Sign in Cant get I2c working at all in 1.6.4 IDE. You can see how much the images from your scope look like the images from your code. Based on that, again, don't worry about not getting the I2C scanner to see it, because without even considering the I2C addressing part, it looks like something is wrong. Also: is the stop signal in the read picture correct? Serial.println(myLidarLite.distance(false)); I have an I2C accelerometer which I can sucessfully read out with the precompiled linux release. I guess some devices need clock cycles to finish an operation. I will check that again. void loop() Along the way I wandered down a rathole playing with an I2C Scanner program, changing the … @Jimmie, posting your code and a link to the sensor specs might be a good start. nothing to be sorry about, you are actually helping :) are you using pull-up resistors on the I2C lines? { So first of all i used the i2c scanner from arduino.cc to get the adress of the sensor but that seems to be impossible. There may have been an error in the code that still compiled correctly. A link to the datasheet of the sensor? My code is below. This device is actually an ATMega328P running a Slave receiver. What your changes did was exactly that... add a low clock on repeated start. I wander if decoupling caps would fix those fluctuations. Did I not understood something? The board is found by the arduino I2C scanner. When space and weight requirements are tight, the LIDAR-Lite v3 soars. looks like what you had changed. myLidarLite.begin(0, true); // Set configuration to default and I2C to 400 kHz, /* Combining the two does not work. Both RTC and EEPROM communicate with the arduino sketches. It might be a shortcut of SDA or SCL to GND, or the MPU-6050 module is not powered. : the below image is from the precompiled 1.6.1 version. This example shows how to initialize, configure, and read distance from a - Fri Apr 21, 2017 1:30 pm #65111 Use an I2C scanner. Sorry I am not yet experienced with pull requests but I'll try that tomorrow after more carefull testing. I will gladly assist in any debugging if that helps. They both work. So, back to the PIC. If you cannot do this hack then the board is scrap. /* You signed in with another tab or window. How do I do that now with the json setup? I am using this I2C scanner code on the ARDUINO TYPE IDE for GR Lychee board. And if not, take one with? Can you post images of both with and without your changes so I understand what is actually different? the first image is from the current (not working for me) version. Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub Also, you state your sensor needs between 4.75 to 5.5V to operate, but if you have wired it the same I did (as shown in the image), you’d be only supplying 3.3V right now. about the fluctuations: I think they coincide with the really narrow clock pulses. Also without the LiPo connected, your device may not be able to reliably connect to the cloud and hence not start running your code (unless you are using non-AUTOMATIC or multi threaded mode - hence the request to see your code). Have you ever connected an I2C Device and it did not work, well here are my experiences and solutions for getting them working. wow? Copy link Quote reply sanchosk commented May 16, 2015. I'm curious . same Optical switch is working well with Arduino. It’s the ideal compact, high-performance optical distant measurement sensor solution for drone, robot or unmanned vehicle applications. replacing it with { As I have no other output then the screen, the thought behind the code is to scan for devices and then when it finds one (the LCD is the only one connected to the bus) should then print the address :) I got I2C device (BMP180) working properly at this speed (80 Mhz) with this change in the BMP180 library. The scanner does locate the sensor at address 98. Have a question about this project? In particular GND seems to on the other side of the data connections. I have run I2C scanner code on OLED so the address "0x3C" is correct. Else it will not work… It worked pretty well with other microcontrollers as a slave. The scanner does locate the sensor at address 98. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. but it wortks for me so I copied it here. The easiest way to find the i2c address is the commonly used i2c scanner, listed here for completeness. The fluctuations at clock change are really bothering me... quite the spikes... scaling is at 2V so yes the big squares are 3.3V. source, they should be all about equal pulses? begin (); Serial. I know when I get a new toy I grab every chance to use it . I also tried connecting 4.7KOhm resistors (attached) but I still no readings. Scanning ..."); byte count = 0; Wire.begin(); for (byte i = 8; i < 120; i++) { Wire.beginTransmission (i); // Begin I2C transmission Address (i) if (Wire.endTransmission == 0) // Receive 0 = success (ACK response) { Serial.print ("Found address: "); Serial.print (i, DEC); Serial.print (" (0x"); Serial.print (i, HEX); // PCF8574 7 bit address Serial.println (")"); count++; } } Serial.print ("Found "); … Particle.publish("Distance: ", String(myLidarLite.distance())); The OLED still doesn't work and SD card initialises but Arduino is writing wrong data to TXT … looked like with the commenting of the lines and moving the clock. I wrote a simple app to publish the sensor readings to the console. This one: Arduino Playground I2C scanner Or this one: Nick Gammon I2C scanner If the I2C scanner halts, then there is a hardware problem with the I2C bus. If the I2C scanner is working, then you know the address (0x68 or 0x69). With the old library it works on the same hardware. Several things need to line up properly for things to work. return size; the commit is what we were testing. Probably a problem of writer buffer pointer is NULL or size to write is zero bytes? @igrr also sent me some images and this is what clock looked like with the commenting of the lines and moving the clock. Serial.begin(115200); // Initialize serial connection to display distance readings, /* I switched it OFF before taking the picture as it's not working. All cables tested and work: SCL - A5 SDA - A4 VCC - 5V GND - GND I'm using an Arduino Nano board and an I 2 C display - I've tried everything to get it to work and I'm now convinced it's a hardware fault. The only other work-arounds I could suggest is to hack the Wire library to ignore the absence of the acknowledge or arrange it so another I2C … But it does not work anymore in the current version built from source even when I call Wire.begin instead of the depricated Wire.begin. but from what I know I think the one with the 10k pullups will have less steep rising edges because the 10k resistor takes longer to charge the parasitic capacitance in the i2c wires. Start with a i2c scanner. On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 1:24 PM, ficeto notifications@github.com wrote: wow? How ever, the code below does not work :( any pointers? My code is with the equal clock pulses and the "fix" just introduced extra clocks if the slave holds the SDA. void setup() Apparently, the ATMega hardware needs this to function. The voltage level on SDA and SCL must be Vcc as long as the bus is idle and drop near GND if shorted to GND. Used the fmalpartida-new-liquidcrystal-bb6d545c00c3 library form GITHUB, but cant get Hello World working. [Note: Very few I2C masters exist which drive SCL high and low, i.e. Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub: 4.7kΩ As long your Electron is powered from USB, you can use Vin to power the sensor. I2C Scanner. The servo works fine when connected to the Arduino directly. }, void loop() scan is responding for RTC+EEPROM module and listing I2C addresses perfeclty. If you needed a 680uF cap for the Arduino, you almost certainly need one for the Particle device as well. What does the scope look like with 10K ? Am I doing something wrong? I'm not 100% sure if it's really floating or stays high all the time with a lot of noise. Here the last bits (that come from the accelerometer) have the correct value of 0x2A (in the top image its 0 which is wrong) : I hacked together a version of the new i2c library that emulates the send bit style of the old lib in the new library and it works for me :) I should have made a picture of that too...I hope I find time tomorrow and test it again. Will that do it automatically or do I have to do something else? sorry for taking so long. And broke other parts of the protocol. I'm trying to get a sparkfun breakout board of the BMP180 running correctly . For a newbie adding an I2C device can be frustrating. ok, i got a bit too excited on @wizard23's DSO porn and got me one of those :) I have update at startup ticked . I'm not 100% sure if the code is correct I2C and Wire still does not work for me. #254 (comment). I must have messed up, sorry. scan is responding for RTC+EEPROM module and listing I2C addresses perfeclty. 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