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  1. Greetings I am a lowly programming intern at a company manufacturing (among other things) small computers for embedded integration. I have been handed a handful of Digilent PMOD devices that looked interesting for the company to write drivers for. So far, it has been a valuable (and quite fun) experience, but I've hit a wall with the Pmod PMON1. My experience is in mechanics and pure programming and my electrical knowledge is limited. An electrical engineer helped me set up a monitored device with controlable load, and I know Digilent's approach to the I²C protocol from the Pmod HYGRO. Now, following the same protocol and what I understand from the documentation, I have written the code below. I would assume to get two different values from the digilent_pmodpmon1_get_resistance() calls to reflect the changed load, but I just get the same data twice: 32, 10. What am I misunderstanding?
  2. I am trying to get the PMOD PMON1 to run on a teensy for a micro project I am working on and so far not so good. Here is my code block, please take a look and let me know if you see anything I am missing? I far I am not Serial reading anything but the "Program Started". /* ADM1191 U/I I2C converter I2C SDA ==> 18 I2C SCL ==> 19 CONF_REG[7..0] NC STATUS_RD NC VRANGE I_ONCE I_CONT V_ONCE V_VCONT V_VCONT =1, countinuosly cnv V I_VCONT =1, countinuosly cnv I VRANGE Vrange =0 -> Vr=26.52V, write I2C [ADR][CONF_REG] read I2C [ADR][Uh][Ih][Ul:Ih] */ #include <Wire.h> #define ADM1191_ADR B01100000 // 7bit ADM1191 device address A1,A0=00 jumpers set to 1 0Xb00 #define ADM1191_CONF_REG B00000101 // ADM config uint16_t result_Uh=0, result_Ih =0, result_UIl =0; float P, Uh, Ih, Rs=0.05; void setup() { while(!Serial); Serial.print("Program Started"); Serial.println(); Serial.begin(9600); Wire.begin(); Wire.beginTransmission(ADM1191_ADR); Wire.write(ADM1191_CONF_REG); Wire.endTransmission(); } void loop() { Wire.beginTransmission(ADM1191_ADR); Wire.requestFrom(ADM1191_ADR, 3); // request 3 bytes from ADM while(Wire.available()) { result_Uh = Wire.read(); // HIGH U result_Ih = Wire.read(); // HIGH I result_UIl = Wire.read(); // LOW U : LOW I result_Uh = (result_Uh << 4) + (result_UIl >> 4); result_Ih= (result_Ih << 4) + (result_UIl & 0x0F); Uh= (26.52/4096)* result_Uh; Serial.print(" U: "); Serial.print(Uh, 2); Serial.print(" [V]\t"); Ih= ((105.84/4096)*result_Ih)/Rs; Serial.print(" I: "); Serial.print(Ih, 0); Serial.print(" [mA]\t"); P= Uh*Ih/1000; Serial.print("P: "); Serial.print(P, 2); Serial.println(" [W]\t"); } Wire.endTransmission(); delay(1000); }