[Solved]Sensor MCP9808 over I2C on ESP32 does not work :(

Hello everyone!
This is my first post! Newbi on Mongoose-OS and happy to learn!

  1. My goal is:
    To get the MCP9808 example application (see README.md) to run on my ESP32 using Mongoose-OS.

  2. My actions are: [describe your actions - code, commands, etc]

  • First of all I have verified the hardware setup using Arduino examples, so I know the sensor is connected correctly and that you can get the temp value over I2C.
  • I cloned the test app: mos clone https://github.com/mongoose-os-apps/empty app3
  • I removed all code in the main.c file in the /app3/src folder and added the MCP9808 example application code.
  • Did these changes to my mos.yml file:
    Added the 2 following rows under libs:
  - origin: https://github.com/mongoose-os-libs/mcp9808-i2c
  - origin: https://github.com/mongoose-os-libs/i2c

Added these lines:

  - ["i2c.enable", "b", true, {title: "Enable I2C"}]
  - ["i2c.unit_no", "i", 0, {title: "Which hardware unit ot use, 0 or 1"}]
  - ["i2c.sda_gpio", "i", 2, {title: "GPIO to use for SDA"}]
  - ["i2c.scl_gpio", "i", 0, {title: "GPIO to use for SCL"}]
  • I then built the firmware: mos build --platform esp32
  • Flashed it to the device with out a problem.
  1. The result I see is: [show the result - log, etc]

  2. My expectation & question is: [describe your expectation and your question]
    What am I doing wrong here? I think it would be easy to get this little example up and running? Is it something obvious I have missed?

Thank you in advance for any guidance!

Is the I2C address 0x40?
Add rpc-service-i2c, build, flash and run

mos call I2C.Scan

The I2C configuration (SDA:2, SCL:0) is unusual.

Hi nliviu! Thanks for the reply!

Did what you said and got this:

I removed all I2C configuration in my mos.yml file except :

 - ["i2c.enable", "b", true, {title: "Enable I2C"}]

But I got the same result back from “mos call I2C.Scan”, [ ] .

I am guessing there is an issue with configuration?
What do you think?

Thanks again!

In this case the I2C pins are

Did you move the sensor to these pins?
Is your sensor 3.3V compatible?

BTW, no need to repeat the definition of i2c.enable

 - ["i2c.enable", true]

That helped when I also used pins 21 and 22. So I added them for SDA and SCL and got the following:

So the sensor is not initiated, but I get back 24 from the call! Any idea how to proceed?

Thanks again for all the help!

The address of the sensor is 24 (0x18).

mgos_mcp9808_create(i2c, 24)

It works!
Thanks a lot!