Analog Sensor connection
With Ozeki Analog Sensor devices you can read analog pins of the Ozeki Analog Sensor or any Arduino module. Each device can handle a single pin. Analog pins can get integer values from 0 to 1023. These values can change to either direction. To prevent reading insignificant changes you can set a threshold of the Ozeki Analog Sensor device.Figure 1 - System architecture of the Ozeki Analog Sensor connection
Videos below will show you how to wire your Analog Sensor (e.g. potentiometer). It is advised to read measurements with your Ozeki Software as you can see in the last video. Finally you can store the sensor data in any SQL database (Figure 1).
How to setup
Step 2: Upload programcode to the microcontroller (Here is the code to upload)
Step 3: Start Ozeki on your computer to try analog sensor
If Ozeki 10 is running on your computer (such as on a Raspberry Pi) and you have plugged a microcontroller to it than Ozeki can be set to find serial devices on windows/linux and place them into a connection list so you can interact and control them through the software GUI. The Analog Sensor can communicate with Ozeki through the following protocol.