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Topic: Arduino DUE and I2C protocol stop communication at interval. (Read 130 times) previous topic - next topic

EJLED

Hi, All Hope you doing good.

I have connected HMC5883l (Slave) with ARduino DUE(Master) SDA & SCL pin it has inbuilt pull ups.

I am using below code to read HMC data. The problem is after few minutes I2C clock stops and no communication occurs between DUE and HMC5883l. sometimes i get data on serial for 5 minutes, sometimes 2-3 minutes. if i press the reset button it starts communicating but just for few minutes. i hope many of you have face this problem. is it due to any noise that stops clocking of I2C or something else.
 
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#include <Wire.h>
#include <Adafruit_Sensor.h>
#include <Adafruit_HMC5883_U.h>

/* Assign a unique ID to this sensor at the same time */
Adafruit_HMC5883_Unified mag = Adafruit_HMC5883_Unified(12345);

void displaySensorDetails(void)
{
  sensor_t sensor;
  mag.getSensor(&sensor);
  Serial.println("------------------------------------");
  Serial.print  ("Sensor:       "); Serial.println(sensor.name);
  Serial.print  ("Driver Ver:   "); Serial.println(sensor.version);
  Serial.print  ("Unique ID:    "); Serial.println(sensor.sensor_id);
  Serial.print  ("Max Value:    "); Serial.print(sensor.max_value); Serial.println(" uT");
  Serial.print  ("Min Value:    "); Serial.print(sensor.min_value); Serial.println(" uT");
  Serial.print  ("Resolution:   "); Serial.print(sensor.resolution); Serial.println(" uT"); 
  Serial.println("------------------------------------");
  Serial.println("");
  delay(500);
}

void setup(void)
{
  Serial.begin(9600);
  Serial.println("HMC5883 Magnetometer Test"); Serial.println("");
 
  /* Initialise the sensor */
  if(!mag.begin())
  {
    /* There was a problem detecting the HMC5883 ... check your connections */
    Serial.println("Ooops, no HMC5883 detected ... Check your wiring!");
    while(1);
  }
 
  /* Display some basic information on this sensor */
  displaySensorDetails();
}

void loop(void)
{
  /* Get a new sensor event */
  sensors_event_t event;
  mag.getEvent(&event);
 
  /* Display the results (magnetic vector values are in micro-Tesla (uT)) */
  Serial.print("X: "); Serial.print(event.magnetic.x); Serial.print("  ");
  Serial.print("Y: "); Serial.print(event.magnetic.y); Serial.print("  ");
  Serial.print("Z: "); Serial.print(event.magnetic.z); Serial.print("  ");Serial.println("uT");

  // Hold the module so that Z is pointing 'up' and you can measure the heading with x&y
  // Calculate heading when the magnetometer is level, then correct for signs of axis.
  float heading = atan2(event.magnetic.y, event.magnetic.x);
 
  // Once you have your heading, you must then add your 'Declination Angle', which is the 'Error' of the magnetic field in your location.
  // Find yours here: http://www.magnetic-declination.com/
  // Mine is: -13* 2' W, which is ~13 Degrees, or (which we need) 0.22 radians
  // If you cannot find your Declination, comment out these two lines, your compass will be slightly off.
  float declinationAngle = 0.22;
  heading += declinationAngle;
 
  // Correct for when signs are reversed.
  if(heading < 0)
    heading += 2*PI;
   
  // Check for wrap due to addition of declination.
  if(heading > 2*PI)
    heading -= 2*PI;
   
  // Convert radians to degrees for readability.
  float headingDegrees = heading * 180/M_PI;
 
  Serial.print("Heading (degrees): "); Serial.println(headingDegrees);
 
  delay(500);
}



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