Check out this nice example of using the GPIO gcc libraries on a Pi (for those of us who want a break from writing Python code) from John.Geek.NZ who has been exploring this and other Raspberry Pi subjects for a couple of months:
After a few comments regarding my code to read data from a Sensirion SHT1x with a Raspberry Pi, I’ve got some updated code.
Please see my previous post for general information, but use the code here.
The list of changes are:
- Added Dewpoint calculation from Page 9 of Datasheet
- Updated Humidity calculation Coefficients to recommended (12 bit) figures from Page 8 of Datasheet
- Updated Temperature calculation Coefficients to recommended (3.3 Volt Interpolated) figures from Page 9 of Datasheet.
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