FramI2C (community library)

Summary

Name Value
Name FramI2C
Version 0.1.3
Installs 3813
License MIT
Author Robert Mawrey robert@sentientthings.com
Maintainer Robert Mawrey robert@sentientthings.com
URL https://github.com/sentientthings/FramI2C
Repository https://github.com/sentientthings/FramI2C.git
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All Versions 0.1.3, 0.1.2, 0.1.1, 0.1.0, 0.0.11, 0.0.10

Sentient Things FRAM I2C library Based on work by Ray Benitez

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FramI2C

Sentient Things FRAM I2C library. Based on the SPI FRAM work by Ray Benitez.

Works with the following FRAM:

MB85RC64 = 0,                  // 8KB
MB85RC128A,            // 16KB older model
MB85RC128B,            // 16KB newer model
MB85RC256A,            // 32KB older model
MB85RC256B,            // 32KB newer model
MB85RC256V,            // 32KB
MB85RC512T,            // 64KB

The library works with structs up to 127 bytes in length.

// Create FRAM instances
#define PART_NUMBER MB85RC256V
FramI2C myFram(PART_NUMBER); // create an instance
framResult myResult = framUnknownError; // Error message

Basic functionality includes reading and writing elements:

framResult read(unsigned long startAddress, unsigned int numberOfBytes, byte buffer); framResult write(unsigned long startAddress, unsigned int numberOfBytes, byte buffer);

Creating an array:

FramI2CArray framConfig(myFram, 10, sizeof(Settings_t), myResult);

and reading and writing to the array:

void readElement(unsigned long index, byte buffer, framResult &result); void writeElement(unsigned long index, byte buffer, framResult &result);

A Ring buffer class is also included - i.e.

Ring_FramArray dataRing(myFram, 300, sizeof(sensorReadings), myResult);

with the ability to pop push peek etc:

bool popFirstElement(byte buffer); bool popLastElement(byte buffer); void pushElement(byte buffer); bool peekFirstElement(byte buffer); bool peekLastElement(byte *buffer); void clearArray(); bool isEmpty(); bool isFull();

As of Version 0.1.0, the ring array keeps track of its pointers in FRAM. Run initialize() to load the pointers before using the ring.

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