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Seeed Temperature and Humidity code ported to 4.2


#1

It appears that all of Seeed’s code is still on 4.1. Using the Gadgeteer templates, I went ahead and ported (I use that term liberally) their Temperature and Humidity sensor code to 4.2. I’ve included a test project that seems to work. Inside the Release folder is an MSI file that will install the assemblies in their proper locations.

It’s available here:
http://mc2.unl.edu/TemperatureHumidity.zip

I don’t know who to talk to about getting code pushed back into the Gadgeteer codebase on Codeplex – Gus, could you get me access?

My lab is starting a massive wireless sensor network project that we’ll be prototyping using a lot of GHI modules, so I’m looking forward to being able to contribute code and PCB designs to the project!


#2

Since seeed is taking too long to get 4.2 out, we already did the work and will include drivers in our next SDK.


#3

That is a great support!


#4

Did you do their GroveExpansion module as well? Pretty much exactly your EBlockExpansion module, but with their naming, if not I can send it to you.

Thanks


#5

Hi,

I also use the temperature module of seeed and it requires Net MicroFramework 4.1. I actually have 4.2. Where or how can I update the driver?
The error is that the device is not found when I start my program.


#6

Welcome to the community.

[quote]
Since seeed is taking too long to get 4.2 out, we already did the work and will include drivers in our next SDK.[/quote]

If you have the latest GHI SDK installed, it includes 4.2 support for the Seeed modules.

If you are still having a problem with the latest SDK, please start a new thread with a question.