Sensors not collecting data?

Hello,

No matter how I tinker with it, I only receive the following response from my efforts to connect a Grove Sunlight Sensor to an arduino Uno via a base shield V2.

14:45:50.992 → Beginning Si1145!
14:45:51.030 → Si1145 is not ready!
14:45:52.004 → Si1145 is ready!
14:45:52.038 → //--------------------------------------//
14:45:52.072 →
14:45:52.072 → Vis: 65535
14:45:52.072 → IR: 65535
14:45:52.106 → UV: 655.35

I’ve noticed that in the example sketches that it does not define where/how to determine which pins will be used out input/out.

I currently have the sensor hooked up to D3 on the base shield.

#include <Wire.h>
#include “Arduino.h”
#include “SI114X.h”
SI114X SI1145 = SI114X();

const int digital_light_sensor_pin = 3;// defined the sunlight sensor pin as digital pin 3
int light_value = 0;// Set the starting value as 0, this enables it to be defined with a baseline value

void setup() {
Wire.begin();
Serial.begin(9600); // begins after a delay
Serial.println(“Beginning Si1145!”); // initiation statement
while (!SI1145.Begin()) { // appears to be that while if SI1145 isn’t ready, don’t begin. used to begin with a “while” statement, but it did not change for several minutes. It now immediately prints
// but the numbers are not valid
Serial.println(“Si1145 is not ready!”); // accompanying statement
delay(1000); // delay
break;
}
Serial.println(“Si1145 is ready!”);
pinMode(digital_light_sensor_pin, OUTPUT);
//digitalWrite(digital_light_sensor_pin, HIGH);
//digitalWrite(9, HIGH);
}

void loop() {
light_value = digitalRead(digital_light_sensor_pin); // have not yet been able to determine how it is that you assign where the data is supposed to come from
digitalWrite(digital_light_sensor_pin, HIGH);
Serial.println("//--------------------------------------//\r\n"); // borrowed from the SI114X example
Serial.print("Vis: "); Serial.println(SI1145.ReadVisible()); // borrowed from the SI114X example
Serial.print("IR: "); Serial.println(SI1145.ReadIR()); // borrowed from the SI114X example
//the real UV value must be div 100 from the reg value , datasheet for more information.
Serial.print("UV: "); Serial.println((float)SI1145.ReadUV()/100);// borrowed from the SI114X example
delay(1000);
}

That sensor uses the I2C bus and has to be connected to Arduino pins marked SDA and SCL.

While you are learning to use it, follow the examples as closely as possible. Avoid shields.

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