Hi All, I am using the RHT03 Sensor from sparkfun, and i'm having trouble getting it up and going. At present I am using the nethoncho's library (https://github.com/nethoncho/Arduino-DHT22), and the data pin in use is A3 (analog pin that I would like to use as a digital input). When I try to run the code I get the "ACK" error message. I'm thinking it may have to do with using the A3 pin as input. In the library C++ code, the input for 'pin' is an integer; so perhaps when I pass 'A3' to the pin value, there is an issue?
On a more fundamental note, when I declare pins, such as with the function pinMode(A3), will pinMode take as an argument an integer, as convert A3 to integer? If so, then having the argument type integer in nethoncho's library may not be the problem... (Also note that I would prefer not to use another pin than A3 as I have already printed a PCB with A3 hooked up to the sensor... I know I should have layed it out before...).
At any rate, I would really appreciate any feedback! Thanks, -Nick