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red=read( i2c_fd, buffer, length);
 
red=read( i2c_fd, buffer, length);
  
close( i2c_fd);
 
 
return 0;
 
}
 
 
// Read From I2c
 
 
int i2c_write (int slaveaddr, unsigned char *buffer, int length)
 
{
 
int i2c_fd;
 
 
if( (i2c_fd = open( I2C_DEVICE, O_RDWR)) < 0)
 
{
 
printf( "Unable to open the i2c port!\n");
 
return 100;
 
}
 
 
if( ioctl( i2c_fd, I2C_SLAVE, slaveaddr) == -1)
 
{
 
close( i2c_fd);
 
printf( "Unable to setup the i2c port!\n");
 
  return 101;
 
}
 
write( i2c_fd, buffer, length);
 
 
close( i2c_fd);
 
close( i2c_fd);
  
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[[Category:Software]]

Latest revision as of 19:10, 10 February 2008

Grab hold of a "Microchip TC74" temperature sensor IC, a TO220 is easy to handle, and hook it up to the bus using the pins as shown in the hardware hack section. Make sure you use a 3.3v part.


// Temp Sensor Talkies - Andrew Armstrong 2007

#include <stdio.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <sys/ioctl.h>


#define I2C_DEVICE  "/dev/i2c/0"
#define I2C_SLAVE  0x0703

// Write to I2c

int i2c_read (int slaveaddr, unsigned char *buffer, int length)
{
	int i2c_fd;
	int red;

	if( (i2c_fd = open( I2C_DEVICE, O_RDWR)) < 0)
	{
		printf( "Unable to open the i2c port!\n");
		return 100;
	}

	if( ioctl( i2c_fd, I2C_SLAVE, slaveaddr) == -1)
	{
		close( i2c_fd);
		printf( "Unable to setup the i2c port!\n");
		return 101;
	}

	red=read( i2c_fd, buffer, length);

	close( i2c_fd);

	return 0;
}

//Whats the temperature

void printtemp()
{
	char dbuff[2];

	//***TEMPERATURE

	i2c_read (0x48, dbuff, 1);

	printf ("Temperature :- %d degrees C\n", dbuff[0]);
}

int main(void)
{
	printtemp();

	return 0;

}