----------- [Ag_xtr_06] - SP-510 sensor reading --------------------
Explanation: Basic example that turns on, reads and turn off the
sensor. Measured parameters are stored in the corresponding class
variables and printed by the serial monitor.
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Implementation: J.Siscart, V.Boria
SELECT THE RIGHT SOCKET FOR EACH SENSOR.
Possible sockets for this sensor are:
- XTR_SOCKET_C |---------|
- XTR_SOCKET_F |_D__E__F_|
Example: a 5TM sensor on socket A will be
[Sensor Class] [Sensor Name] [Selected socket]
Decagon_5TM mySensor (XTR_SOCKET_A);
Refer to the technical guide for information about possible combinations.
// [Sensor Class] [Sensor Name] [Selected socket]
Apogee_SP510 mySensor = Apogee_SP510(XTR_SOCKET_B);
ON() function turns on the sensor and the heater before take a read.
Dont forget to turn it off after read it.
Note: read() function does not directly return sensor values.
They are stored in the class vector variables defined for that purpose.
Values are available as a float value
// 4. Turn off the sensor and the heater
USB.print(F("Shortwave Radiation: "));
USB.print(F("Sensor voltage: "));