It can be found here on github. I won’t post it here. I hope comment in the code are sufficient to understand what I did. I will just describe main principles here.
I used those libraries :
- For 1-Wire, PJRC library which can be found here.
- For DHT temp & humidity sensor, Adafruit library which can be found here.
The goal is to send sensors data to an emoncms web site so that it can be historized and graphed. For that matter I built 2 web emoncms websites :
- one on the internet on a shared hosting
- one on a small and cheap Raspberry Pi
I know of 2 libraries for this WiFly module :
- the one based on sparkun Sparkfun WiFly shield which can be found here
- another one called WiflyHQ which can be found here
I first tried Sparkun lib but I could not get a stable web connection. It would eventually failed to connect to the destination web server after a random period of time. So I had a try for WiflyHQ. In the end, I still have stability problems but I find it easier to use as it kind of replicates all RN-XV functions whereas Sparkfun one tends to “hide” the bits and bytes but making it a bit more cryptic to me.
Also, samples in WiflyHQ makes use of a software serial port by default whereas Wireless shield is using the hardware serial from the Arduino which is getting complex as you can’t really use the serial port for debugging without a risk of disturbing the Wifly module (see Hardware post here.)
Because of WiFly connection instability (it may be my code though wich is not… optimal…), I tried to use watchdog library to reboot both wifly and arduino in case something went wrong by entering an infinite loop which will eventually restart the arduino.. Not that efficient though… I still have some case where everything is stuck, not sending any data, but not rebooting… Or the wifly wont just properly reboot.
So I used the leds the try to grab some diagnostics information… but it does not really helped. It seems that the wifly will not get out of command mode from time to time. No idea why…
Because of this instability, I want to try the quite new CC3000 wifi shield from Adafruit ! Just received it. I will migrate my code to work with that promising shield 🙂