Register Display On Serial Terminal For Azoteq IQS622 Ultra Low Power (5uA) I2C Multi-Function Sensor with Light Sensor + Active (Reflective) IR + Touch + Hall Effect Sensor

Dependents:   IQS622_HelloWorld

A library that performs a register dump of the Azoteq IQS622 ultra low power multisensor registers.

More information on the IQS622 here:

Components / IQS622
Azoteq IQS622 ultra low power sensor for ambient light, active (reflective) IR, magnetic field, capacitance and inductive proximity. Empowers next-generation user interfaces.


Low Cost Evaluation Board for Azoteq IQS622 Ultra Low Power (5uA) I2C Multi-Function Sensor with Light Sensor, Active (Reflective) IR, Touch and Hall Effect Sensor


IQS622DisplayTerminal.cpp

Committer:
AzqDev
Date:
2017-05-13
Revision:
2:e8e0c85e8d9b
Parent:
1:20266bfaa709
Child:
3:fc73ce1a283a

File content as of revision 2:e8e0c85e8d9b:

// A class library to display Azoteq IQS622 registers on a terminal

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// More info on IQS622 sensor IC: http://bit.ly/IQS622-info

// IQS622 1-minute youtube video: N.A.

#include "IQS622DisplayTerminal.h"

// constructor
#if defined(TARGET_TEENSY3_1) || defined (TARGET_TEENSY3_2) || IQS_USE_USBSERIAL
IQS622Display::IQS622Display() : USBSerial() // use our own USB device stack
#else
IQS622Display::IQS622Display() : Serial(USBTX,USBRX) // use mbed default serial port
#endif

{
    frameCounter=0;
    baud(DISPLAY_BAUD_RATE);
}

#if defined(TARGET_TEENSY3_1) || defined (TARGET_TEENSY3_2) || IQS_USE_USBSERIAL
void IQS622Display::baud(int baudRate) {}
#endif

// display a startup message to serial port
void IQS622Display::helloMessage(bool waitForUser)
{
    puts("\x1b[2J  \x1b[?25l  \x1b[H"); // ANSII/VT100 codes to clear screen, invisible cursor, home cursor
    printf("           IQS622 Register Display\r\n\r\n");
    printf("To get a smooth screen refresh effect, use a terminal program that supports ANSI/VT100 escape codes such as Tera Term.\r\n\r\n");
    printf("Handy hint - In many terminal programs, Alt-B (break) will reset your mbed Board.\r\n\r\n");
    printf("Press any key to continue...\r\n");
    if ( waitForUser ) while( ! readable() ); // wait for keypress to continue
    puts("\x1b[2J  \x1b[?25l  \x1b[H"); // ANSII/VT100 codes to clear screen, invisible cursor, home cursor
}

// show headings and I2C error count
void IQS622Display::showStatus(int I2Cspeed, int I2CErrorCount)
{
    frameCounter++;
    puts("\x1b[H"); // ANSI/VT100 command for cursor home
    printf("\t");
    printf("\t IQS622 Register Display\r\n\r\n"); // heading
    printf("\t Frame number %06d", frameCounter);
    printf("\t I2C Speed %dk", I2Cspeed/1000);
    printf("\t I2C Errors %d", I2CErrorCount);
}

// dump one line of text from the buffer with VT100 color formatting
void IQS622Display::showLine(char * buffer, char * color, int startbyte, int endbyte)
{
    for (int i=startbyte; i<=endbyte; i++) {
        if ( color == NULL || color[i] == 0 )
            printf("%02x ", buffer[i]);
        else
#define USE_IQS_COLOR_DISPLAY
#ifndef DONT_USE_IQS_COLOR_DISPLAY
            printf("\x1b[32m%02x\x1b[30m ", buffer[i]); // print out in green (ANSI VT100 code)
#else
            printf("%02x ", buffer[i]); // print out in black & white
#endif
    }
}

// formatted hex display of IQS622 registers
void IQS622Display::showRegisters(char * buffer,char * color)
{
    printf("\r\n\r\n Device ID & Version (42) [00] "); showLine(buffer,color,0x00,0x02);
    printf("\r\n\r\n         Events and Flags [10] "); showLine(buffer,color,0x10,0x1b);
    printf("\r\n\r\n   Channel 0-6 Raw Values [20] "); showLine(buffer,color,0x20,0x2b);
    printf("\r\n\r\n   Long Term Average Data [30] "); showLine(buffer,color,0x30,0x35);
    printf("\r\n\r\n      Proxfusion Settings [40] "); showLine(buffer,color,0x40,0x4d);
    printf("\r\n\r\n    Proxfusion Thresholds [50] "); showLine(buffer,color,0x50,0x57);
    printf("\r\n\r\n           SAR Thresholds [60] "); showLine(buffer,color,0x60,0x66);
    printf("\r\n\r\n Light/IR Sensor Settings [70] "); showLine(buffer,color,0x70,0x75);
    printf("\r\n\r\n    IR Threshold Settings [90] "); showLine(buffer,color,0x90,0x93);
    printf("\r\n\r\n   Hall Switch Thresholds [A0] "); showLine(buffer,color,0xa0,0xa3);
    printf("\r\n\r\n   Temperature Thresholds [B0] "); showLine(buffer,color,0xb0,0xb3);
    printf("\r\n\r\n  Device & Power Settings [D0] "); showLine(buffer,color,0xd0,0xd8);
    printf("\r\n\r\n");
}