# e health shield, ehealth c++ code using arduino

Hi

Anyone deal with e health shield with arduino c++ code before?
Does anyone understand the algorithm on how the temperature sensor measure?

Please find attached temperature sensor code.

Thank you

temperaturesensor_ehealth_.txt (2.13 KB)

Does anyone understand the algorithm on how the temperature sensor measure?

Why do you need to?

The sensor is non-linear, so the code breaks the range that the sensor can report into ranges that are more or less linear, and computes the temperature for each range.

Hi Pauls

I am doing a project using the e health shield. So I would like to know how the calculation worked as right now I couldn't get accurate temperature.

Like this part of the code:
// Wheatstone bridge output voltage.
voltage2=voltage2/ganancia;
// Resistance sensor calculate
float aux=(voltage2/RefTension)+Rb/(Rb+Ra);
Resistance=Rcaux/(1-aux);
if (Resistance >=1822.8) {
// if temperature between 25ÂºC and 29.9ÂºC. R(tÂª)=6638.20457
(0.95768)^t
Temperature=log(Resistance/6638.20457)/log(0.95768);
} else {
if (Resistance >=1477.1){
// if temperature between 30ÂºC and 34.9ÂºC. R(tÂª)=6403.49306*(0.95883)^t
Temperature=log(Resistance/6403.49306)/log(0.95883);
} else {
if (Resistance >=1204.8){
// if temperature between 35ÂºC and 39.9ÂºC. R(tÂª)=6118.01620*(0.96008)^t
Temperature=log(Resistance/6118.01620)/log(0.96008);
}
else{
if (Resistance >=988.1){
// if temperature between 40ÂºC and 44.9ÂºC. R(tÂª)=5859.06368*(0.96112)^t
Temperature=log(Resistance/5859.06368)/log(0.96112);
}
else {
if (Resistance >=811.7){
// if temperature between 45ÂºC and 50ÂºC. R(tÂª)=5575.94572*(0.96218)^t
Temperature=log(Resistance/5575.94572)/log(0.96218);
}
}
}
}
}

I don't really know what does the calculation mean? and how they get the
formula shown below
Temperature=log(Resistance/6638.20457)/log(0.95768);

Thank you for your replies and help. Appreciate it.