I have no readout on my ds18b20 I have the correct slave address


#1

Im have major issues with my ds18b20 sensor. I had everything setup with triggers awhile ago and everything is messed up


#2

can you post what error you are getting.


#3

shramiksalgaonkar
Regular

    February 20

can you post what error you are getting.


#4

follow the steps from here Converting Cayenne Arduino LIbrary sketches to Cayenne MQTT Arduino and update your mobile app.


#5

Even though I’m using a raspberry pi?


#6

sorry, @jcruz1 can help you out with this.


#7

Thanks


#8

Hi @scottlandfarm,
Sorry for the delays.
Are you seeing the same errors while logging on through a desktop?
If possible, can you PM me your login, so we can take a look from our side?

Thanks.
-Jesse


#9

Hi @scottlandfarm,

I tried to duplicate the issue on our side but unable to. I setup a RPi with a DS18B20 sensor and was working as expected.
Make sure you have everything connected properly. You can use this as a reference: https://mydevices.com/cayenne/docs_stage/supported-hardware/#supported-hardware-sensors-temperature-ds18b20

If everything is connected correctly, the widget should pop up on its own. No need to manually add it.

Let us know how it goes.
Thanks.
-Jesse


#10

My login info is sxxxxxxxxxx@gmail.com and the password is xxxxxxxxxx


#11

Hi @scottlandfarm,
As I mentioned in my previous post, for this specific sensor, you do not manually add it. If the RPi detects the sensor on the 1-wire pin (Physical pin 7 - see below), & you have everything wired in correctly, the RPi will automatically send the sensor data to the dashboard. The widget will pop up on its own.

Can you give us a picture and description on how you have it wired up?

Thanks.
-Jesse


#12

jcruz

    February 22

Hi @scottlandfarm,

As I mentioned in my previous post, for this specific sensor, you do not manually add it. If the RPi detects the sensor on the 1-wire pin (Physical pin 7 - see below), & you have everything wired in correctly, the RPi will automatically send the sensor data to the dashboard. The widget will pop up on its own.

Can you give us a picture and description on how you have it wired up?

Thanks.

-Jesse


#13

jcruz

    February 22

Hi @scottlandfarm,

As I mentioned in my previous post, for this specific sensor, you do not manually add it. If the RPi detects the sensor on the 1-wire pin (Physical pin 7 - see below), & you have everything wired in correctly, the RPi will automatically send the sensor data to the dashboard. The widget will pop up on its own.

Can you give us a picture and description on how you have it wired up?

Thanks.

-Jesse


#14

Hey @scottlandfarm sorry for digging up an old thread, but were you able to get this working or do you still need some help with it?


#15

Yes, I reinstalled raspbian. Thank you