MATLAB Answers

"measure temperature from i2c device using arduino hardware".

13 views (last 30 days)
HI, I am trying to read a data from tmp102 sensor with MATLAB by using arduino board. Here I am using I2C communication Before this I was able to read many sensor data with MATLAB by using arduino board with I2C communication. but for tmp102 sensor I am able to read the address and follow the data and write the required bytes, but when I read I am getting error "Failed to read 2 uint8 value(s) from the device." The code used is :
clear all clc a = arduino();
addrs = scanI2CBus(a)
tmp102 = i2cdev(a, '0x48')
write(tmp102, 0, 'uint8');
data = read(tmp102, 2, 'uint8');
temperature = (double(bitshift(int16(data(1)), 4)) + double(bitshift(int16(data(2)), -4))) * 0.0625
writeRegister(tmp102, 1, hex2dec('60B0'), 'uint16');
pause(0.25);
data = readRegister(tmp102, 0, 'int16');
temperature = double(bitshift(bitand(data, hex2dec('FFF8')), -3)) * 0.0625
writeRegister(tmp102, 1, hex2dec('60A0'), 'int16');
clear tmp102 a
Please help to resolve this issue. I am using MATLAB 2018b
Thanks saketh

  2 Comments

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 23 Mar 2019
You are not assigning to a.
Your line
clear all clc a = arduino();
is interpreted as a request to clear all, and clc, and a, and =, and arduino() . Some of that is not really valid syntax, but clear does not seem to care.
TAMALAMPUDI VENKATA SAI SAKETH REDDY
Iam using the code and connections which was given in the link provided by the mathworks https://www.mathworks.com/help/supportpkg/arduinoio/examples/measure-temperature-from-i2c-device-on-arduino-hardware.html?prodcode=ML .But Iam getting an error"Failed to read 2 uint8 value(s) from the device" when i running the code in the matlab version 2018b with arduino uno board.And while running the code Iam getting 0x0 empty cell array in the address place.Can you resolve the code and give the correct code.
thank you

Sign in to comment.

Answers (3)

Madhu Govindarajan
Madhu Govindarajan on 20 Mar 2019
What is the Arduino board using and does your hardware setup look similar to the one shown here - https://www.mathworks.com/help/supportpkg/arduinoio/examples/measure-temperature-from-i2c-device-on-arduino-hardware.html?prodcode=ML

  2 Comments

TAMALAMPUDI VENKATA SAI SAKETH REDDY
almost same.we are using arduino uno board,tmp102 and connections are connected as mentioned above and the code is also same.But we are getting error "Failed to read 2 uint8 value(s) from the device.sir can u please give the solution for that.
Thanks for the previous response
Madhu Govindarajan
Madhu Govindarajan on 21 Mar 2019
What happens if you remove the following three lines of code and run the rest of the code? -
write(tmp102, 0, 'uint8');
data = read(tmp102, 2, 'uint8');
temperature = (double(bitshift(int16(data(1)), 4)) + double(bitshift(int16(data(2)), -4))) * 0.0625

Sign in to comment.


TAMALAMPUDI VENKATA SAI SAKETH REDDY
it was giving an error "failed to read int16 values from register 0".sir our project final review date was ahead. Can u please give the correct code to get output. Thank you for the response

  0 Comments

Sign in to comment.


Madhu Govindarajan
Madhu Govindarajan on 22 Mar 2019
Can you try with other arduino boards or other sensors? That code works for me on the Arduino and TMP102 sensor.

  4 Comments

Show 1 older comment
Madhu Govindarajan
Madhu Govindarajan on 26 Mar 2019
If you are getting an empty cell array then your hardware is not properly connected or not powered appropriately.
TAMALAMPUDI VENKATA SAI SAKETH REDDY
I connected as per the given connections.Sir how can we know that whether the sensor is working or not. Thank you
Madhu Govindarajan
Madhu Govindarajan on 27 Mar 2019
Try testing it from Arduino IDE itself and if that also does not work then you know the sensor is not working. If that works, reach out to MathWorks Technical Support.

Sign in to comment.


Translated by