Adress SRF08 Problem

Hi,

I have a problem with a SRF08 Supersonic-Sensor on an Arduino UNO. I don’t know the I2C address because somebody changed it. When the sensor gets power it blinks two times at all what should mean that the address is E2 but I don’t get it to change the standardcode the right way:

#include <Wire.h>
#include <SoftwareSerial.h>

#define rxPin 2                                   // Software serial pin for rx
#define txPin 3                                   // Software serial pin for tx
#define srfAddress 0x07                           // Address of the SRF08
#define cmdByte 0x00                              // Command byte
#define lightByte 0x01                            // Byte to read light sensor
#define rangeByte 0x02                            // Byte for start of ranging data


byte highByte = 0x00;                             // Stores high byte from ranging
byte lowByte = 0x00;                              // Stored low byte from ranging

void setup(){
  
  Serial.begin(9600);                             // Begins serial port for Serial
  Wire.begin();                               
  delay(100);                                     // Waits to make sure everything is powered up before sending or receiving data

    
}

void loop(){
  Serial.print("Range = ");
  int rangeData = getRange();                     // Calls a function to get range
  Serial.println(rangeData, DEC);                   // Print rangeData to LCD03
  
 delay(100);                                      // Wait before looping
}

int getRange(){                                   // This function gets a ranging from the SRF08
  
  int range = 0; 
  
  Wire.beginTransmission(srfAddress);             // Start communticating with SRF08
  Wire.send(cmdByte);                             // Send Command Byte
  Wire.send(0x51);                                // Send 0x51 to start a ranging
  Wire.endTransmission();
  
  delay(100);                                     // Wait for ranging to be complete
  
  Wire.beginTransmission(srfAddress);             // start communicating with SRFmodule
  Wire.send(rangeByte);                           // Call the register for start of ranging data
  Wire.endTransmission();
  
  Wire.requestFrom(srfAddress, 2);                // Request 2 bytes from SRF module
  while(Wire.available() < 2);                    // Wait for data to arrive
  highByte = Wire.receive();                      // Get high byte
  lowByte = Wire.receive();                       // Get low byte

  range = (highByte << 8) + lowByte;              // Put them together
  
  return(range);                                  // Returns Range
}

I’m not sure which parameter I must change and everything I tried didn’t work.

Toby

(Sorry for my English. I’m from Germany)

If your assumptions are correct, you have to change the following line:

#define srfAddress 0x07

The problem is that the E2 you mention is probably the 8bit extended address. The Arduino expects 7bit addresses, so you should try 0x71 as the address of the sensor.

Thank you very much.