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Differential pressure communication library

 
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Differential pressure communication library
PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:01 am     Reply with quote

I am want to interface pic 18f46k22 with differential pressure SDP510. any tips or help link for guide Thanks.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:02 am     Reply with quote

You should post a link to the exact device you're using....
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:07 am     Reply with quote

temtronic wrote:
You should post a link to the exact device you're using....


This is link for data sheet

https://datasheetspdf.com/pdf/1079338/SENSIRION/SDP600/1
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:16 am     Reply with quote

Ok 1st, most important item is that it's a 3 volt device, so be SURE to runt he PIC on 3 volts !!!

2nd, it's an I2C device, so use the I2C functions that CCS supplies.

3rd, sadly there's no chart of I2C commands the device has but a quick look, it appears to have an address of 0x80 for write, 0x81 for read.

I'd go to the 'code library' and download PCM P's 'I2C Scanner' program. Compile/download and run. It will tell you the address of the device. Be sure to have I2C pullups (3k3 should work....)

By using the scanner program 1st, you KNOW the PIC can access the sensor.

Jay

edit. found this, might help...
https://www.14core.com/wiring-sensirion-i2c-digital-differential-pressure-sensor/
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:56 am     Reply with quote

That isn't actually the data sheet. That is the product overview sheet.
The full data sheet (which includes things like the I2C command sequences
needed), is at:

<https://docs.rs-online.com/036c/0900766b81568891.pdf>

This from Radio Spares.

A lot is going to depend on how you want to use this. It has two
fundamentally different ways of operating. The first is a 'single reading'
mode, the second is a 'continuous' mode. In the single reading mode, you
have to trigger a reading, wait at least 45mSec, and then read the value.
The 'continuous' mode supports averaging, or just automatic repeat
readings. With this mode you have to start the readings, and then can
read a minimum of 8mSec after this (20mSec preferred).
If you trigger an I2C read, it'll return NACK, if data is not yet available.
The device address is 0x4A/0x4B (except in clock stretch modes).
Beware the data sheet gives this in 7bit format, so *2).....
The commands are 16bit.
0x3603 start mass flow averaging
0x3608 start mass flow repeated
0x3615 start differential pressure averaging
0x361E start differential pressure repeated
0x3FF9 Stop repeated command
0x3624 single mass flow
0x3726 single mass flow with clock stretch
0x362F single diff pressure
0x372D single diff pressure with clock stretch
0x0006 soft reset chip (send this to address 0 - CGA).
0x3677 enter sleep mode

0x367C + 0xE102 double command triggers read of chip ID.

With the 'clock stretch' modes, if you attempt a read before the 45mSec
for the command to complete, the chip will stretch the clock until data
is available.

The read command once data is available, returns 9 bytes:

Pressure MSB
Pressure LSB
CRC
Temp MSB
Temp LSB
CRC
Scale factor MSB
Scale factor LSB
CRC

You can stop the read at any point by nacking the byte, and sending a stop.

The chip ID does tell you which pressure version you have:

0x03020186 SDP800 - 500Pa
0x03020A86 SDP810 - 500Pa
0x03020286 SDP800 - 125Pa
0x03020B86 SDP810 - 125Pa

The CRC is a CRC-8, with 0xFF seed value, and x8+x5_x5+1

I used one some time ago (commercial code though). It is not hard to drive.
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