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Library for the SparkFun Qwiic OpenLog An Arduino Library for the SparkFun I2C based datalogger, Qwiic OpenLog. The Qwiic OpenLog is a powerful flexible datalogger that makes it very easy to record any sort of data over I2C which allows for daisychaining and redundant logging. Available at: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/14641
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This library makes using the Qwiic OpenLog easy to use. It creates a Print class so that you can do things like
mylogger.print("The battery voltage is:"); mylogger.println(batteryVoltage);
And your data will be recorded to LOG00001.TXT for later review. Please see the examples to get started.
- boolean begin(int deviceAddress) - Start comminication with a given OpenLog
- String getVersion() - Returns a string that is the current firmware version
- uint8_t getStatus() - Returns various status bits
- boolean setI2CAddress(uint8_t addr) - Set the I2C address of the OpenLog
- boolean append(String fileName) - Open and append to a file
- boolean create(String fileName) - Create a file but don't open it for writing
- boolean makeDirectory(String directoryName) - Create the given directory
- boolean changeDirectory(String directoryName) - Change to the given directory
- int32_t size(String fileName) - Given a file name, read the size of the file
- void read(uint8_t* userBuffer, uint16_t bufferSize, String fileName) - Read the contents of a file into the provided buffer
- boolean searchDirectory(String options) - Search the current directory for a given wildcard
- String getNextDirectoryItem() - Return the next file or directory from the search
- uint32_t remove(String thingToDelete) - Remove file or directory including the contents of the directory
The SparkFun Qwiic OpenLog is the smarter and better looking cousin to the extremely popular OpenLog. We've ported the serial based interface to I2C. Now you can daisy chain lots of I2C devices and log them all without taking up your serial port.
We've written a large number of example sketches to show how to record logs, create new logs, create and navigate directories, remove files and directories, and read the contents of files.
Qwiic OpenLog supports clock stretching which means it performs even better than the original! Qwiic OpenLog will record data up to 21,000 bytes per second at 400kHz. As the receive buffer fills up QOL will hold the clock line letting the master know that it is busy. Once QOL is finished with a task it releases the clock allowing the data to continue flowing without corruption.
Need to get freaky and have multiple data loggers on the same bus? You're in luck. Qwiic OpenLog has both a solder jumper to allow for two devices on the same bus as well as a software setting to allow for the setting of any I2C address. Don't get too freaky though; the limit is 111 devices (0x08 to 0x77) on the same bus. Any microSD card will work so with 64GB cards you'll be limited to approximately 7 Terabytes of storage :(
We will be adding more features to the firmware over time and we've made it very easy to upgrade! If you're comfortable sending a sketch to an Uno then you can upgrade the firmware on Qwiic OpenLog.
Library written by Nathan Seidle (SparkFun).
- /examples - Example sketches for the library (.ino). Run these from the Arduino IDE.
- /src - Source files for the library (.cpp, .h).
- keywords.txt - Keywords from this library that will be highlighted in the Arduino IDE.
- library.properties - General library properties for the Arduino package manager.
- Installing an Arduino Library Guide - Basic information on how to install an Arduino library.
- Hookup Guide - Basic information on how to install an Arduino library.
- Product Repository - Main repository (including hardware files)
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