By Charles Bell
Starting Sensor Networks with Arduino and Raspberry Pi teaches you ways to construct sensor networks with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and XBee radio modules, or even indicates you the way to show your Raspberry Pi right into a MySQL database server to shop your sensor data!
First you'll find out about the differing kinds of sensors and sensor networks, together with find out how to construct an easy XBee community. Then you'll stroll via construction an Arduino-based temperature sensor and information collector, via development a Raspberry Pi-based sensor node.
Next you'll examine alternative ways to shop sensor info, together with writing to an SD card, sending info to the cloud, and developing a Raspberry Pi MySQL server to host your information. You even methods to connect with and engage with a MySQL database server without delay from an Arduino! ultimately you'll how to placed all of it jointly via connecting your Arduino sensor node for your new Raspberry Pi database server.
If you need to see how good Arduino and Raspberry Pi can get alongside, specially to create a sensor community, then starting Sensor Networks with Arduino and Raspberry Pi is simply the ebook you wish.
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Components Needed Item Vendors Est. com/products/70 Adapter Kit ** You need only three of any of the USB adapters. *** One needed for each XBee Adapter Kit. Be sure to get the correct cables. Also remember that you need three matching XBee-ZB modules. The adapter boards need not be the same, but you should have three of them. 48 Chapter 2 ■ Tiny Talking Modules: An Introduction to XBee Wireless Modules CABLE TROUBLE SOLUTION If you are like me and have many USB projects, one of the first frustrations you may encounter is the seeming randomness of choice of USB connectors.
The same is true for the 16-bit address. The example makes a payload of hexadecimal 99 99 (39321 in decimal). Because you use only 2 bytes for this, the length (the length in bytes of all 43 Chapter 2 ■ Tiny Talking Modules: An Introduction to XBee Wireless Modules parts of the packet following the length part, up to but not including the checksum part) is 16 (1+1+8+2+1+1+2). The checksum is calculated as 0xFF minus the 8-bit sum of the bytes between the length and the checksum. Sound complicated?
The first two digits are the role, and the last two digits are the version. It is not critical if your modules have a version other than A7, as long as they both have the same. The following are some of the major roles and their values: • 20xx, coordinator, AT/transparent operation • 21xx, coordinator, API operation • 22xx, router, AT/transparent operation • 23xx, router, API operation • 28xx, end device, AT/transparent operation • 29xx, end device, API operation Use the X-CTU application to configure the first XBee module as the COORDINATOR AT function set.