#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-01-24

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[3:25] <cliff1245> Hi
[3:27] <cliff1245> I was trying to enable ssh on my raspberrypi by adding a file named ssh to the boot directory on the file system while connected to my windows machine however it isn't reachable via ssh. Does anyone know if what I did was the correct procedure to enable ssh without having to connect to the console?
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[5:09] <zumba_addict> Good evening folks. What's the cold temperature limit of raspberry pi 3?
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[5:14] <ShorTie> none that i know of
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[5:15] <shauno> https://www.geek.com/chips/raspberry-pi-proven-to-be-stable-when-submerged-in-liquid-nitrogen-1555235/
[5:17] <shauno> more usefully, https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/103/whats-the-maximum-minimum-running-temperature
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[5:18] <shauno> gives that the usb ethernet chip is specified as 0-70C ( https://www.mouser.com/ds/2/268/9512db-369558.pdf )
[5:19] <shauno> theory vs reality as always
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[5:21] <chisight> in many cases, the cold limit is specified in the temperature where it is guaranteed to start and function. once started, the chip is likely to self heat by quite a few degrees.
[5:23] <ShorTie> which can make condensation
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[5:30] <chisight> heat prevents condensation. relative humidity is often also specified.
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[6:00] <zumba_addict> if our pi is in a box, maybe we can put a dessicant which can absorb condensation
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[6:06] <chisight> is this cold boot temperature, or running temperature after it's already been booted?
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[8:06] <thebigj> Which wsgi supported webserver is good at Raspberry PI-3?
[8:06] <thebigj> I want to serve a Django based website
[8:06] <thebigj> Thanks
[8:09] <oq> thebigj: nginx
[8:10] <thebigj> oq: Thanks :)
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[8:31] <xtore> Do pis ever run on batteries? If so I imagine they have less draw than an android would. But how come there's no projects to give a pi a battery? Liability issues? Regulations?
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[8:33] <mk-fg> xtore, There are, e.g. https://pi.gate.ac.uk/pages/mopi.html
[8:33] <mk-fg> And there were at least two others iirc
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[8:35] <xtore> They're not LiOn rechargeables though, are they?
[8:35] <mk-fg> They are
[8:36] <xtore> Like the slim, efficient ones that cells have
[8:36] <mk-fg> These things allow you to connect/charge any lithium cell you might pick off aliexpress or ebay
[8:37] <xtore> those are the cylindrical ones, old school and largish
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[8:38] <xtore> Larger than the pi itself, in fact bulkier than an entire cellphone
[8:39] <mk-fg> xtore, E.g. https://aliexpress.com/item/3-7V-4000mah-polymer-lithium-ion-battery-Li-ion-battery-for-tablet-pc-7-inch-MP3/2021507224.html
[8:40] <xtore> noice
[8:41] <xtore> I wonder if actual cellphone batteries are easy to repurpose. That's in the frugal spirit of the pi, especially pi zero.
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[8:42] <mk-fg> Should be, I think only trick there is to figure out how banks are hooked-up to + and -
[8:42] <mk-fg> Though that shouldn't be hard from just voltage
[8:44] <xtore> If a pi were to serve as a CCTV in a home, a battery that functions as a UPS and voltage stabilizer would be a good edition.
[8:44] <xtore> Otherwise not really necessary I guess
[8:45] <xtore> Well except as a camera; though people would use their cellphones as a camera instead rather than fumbling with their pi unless that pi had a 100MP grid array of lenses
[8:46] <xtore> *addition
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[8:51] <mk-fg> Battery management board will act as voltage stabilizer then, probably not battery itself
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[8:52] <mk-fg> As with external power available, it'll use that directly and charge battery if necessary, switching to battery only when that goes away
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[9:13] <xtore> mk-fg, I have this faint recollection of a discussion either here or on some pi board where it was said that the GPIO voltage inputs are not as safe as the usb battery inputs on the pi because there's some extra circuitry that protects against surges in the usb input. Is that true?
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[9:41] <chisight> you can't power any cpu through an i/o port.
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[9:59] <shauno> power via the gpio header on the model B skips the polyfuse. on the zero, it makes no difference (there is no polyfuse)
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[10:08] <burn> Hi, has somebody an idea how I can lock a RI3 screen but still show the actual desktop?
[10:08] <burn> Kind of a locked kiosk mode :-)
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[10:08] <zleap> hmm
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[10:17] <chisight> does anyone know if these cheap generic 90g servos will work with the pwm driven from a pi gpio, or do i have to use a transistor to drive it? https://www.aliexpress.com/item//32409482939.html
[10:18] <zleap> they are the ones used in arduino projects so should work on a pi
[10:19] <chisight> they work great on a 5V arduino. i initially tested them there.
[10:20] <chisight> the "required" decoupling capacitor wasn't even needed.
[10:20] <zleap> they may just work, i am not sure
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[10:21] <chisight> i guess i could add a current limit resistor and measure the voltage drop to see if this thing draws any current on it's pwm in.
[10:22] <zleap> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=154992
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[10:24] <zleap> is there a new desktop / pi image due out soon, last one was nov17 ?
[10:25] <Lartza> Does there need to be?
[10:25] <mk-fg> xtore, True afaik, which is why you have a board with bunch of components instead of just battery + voltage regulator there
[10:25] <zleap> well i am asking as if there isone coming up i can wait before downloading
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[10:26] <mk-fg> xtore, Also, 5V pins on RPi's header aren't really "GPIO inputs" :)
[10:26] <Lartza> I doubt information like that is out there, maybe in a month or two tops
[10:26] <zleap> ok
[10:27] <Lartza> looking at previous image releases
[10:28] <zleap> well debian is good at keeping itself upto date anyway
[10:28] <Lartza> I mean, it's not but I get what you mean :P
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[10:29] <mk-fg> Isn't there any -dev mailing list or channel where people assembling these releases hang out? Maybe can ask there
[10:29] <Lartza> Debian and up-to-date don't really fit into the same sentence ;)
[10:29] <zleap> just myk luck i download a new image and the next day a new one arrives
[10:29] <mk-fg> With debian releases it's not secret at all :)
[10:29] <zleap> you get periodic updates
[10:30] <chisight> zleap: thanks. my foo was not googling very well. that does bring up the topic of power, a current limit resistor on the power pins would probably be a good idea. limit it to what my power supply can spare, and probably make sure i only move one servo at a time. there is a link in https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=154992#p1013270 which is my exact setup. i like the camera
[10:30] <chisight> adapter plate they made.
[10:30] <Lartza> I'm not saying it's a secret for the foundation raspbian images either just, maybe nobody really knows and ipdates when it feels like timely :P
[10:30] <Lartza> zleap, Debian is still one of the least up to date distros out there due to their slightly messed up values
[10:31] <zleap> it is buit for stability
[10:31] <zleap> if you want more updated packages you can use sid
[10:31] <Lartza> right, "stability" though not stability
[10:31] <Lartza> the software isn't stable, the distro is
[10:31] <Lartza> In a way that it never updates ;)
[10:31] <zleap> yeah
[10:32] <Lartza> Which is really stupid imho
[10:32] <zleap> i used to use kanotix, (sid) had to move to ubuntu just so that libreoffice would open docx files
[10:32] <mk-fg> Good for binary stuff that needs stable dependencies
[10:32] <mk-fg> Binary stuff that can't be easily rebuilt, that is - i.e. proprietary and such
[10:33] <zleap> but sometimes you update package x for security, esp if you're on a server side of thigns
[10:33] <Lartza> Right, and that isn't stable in it's words either sense
[10:33] <mk-fg> With debian it's usually still old version, just patched
[10:33] <mk-fg> Or minor release, if upstream does that themselves
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[10:34] <Lartza> But really, Debian is in a sense less stable due to not updating in it's traditional software meaning
[10:34] <zleap> debian is on 9.3 (dec 2017)
[10:35] <zleap> ok, well just asking anyway
[10:35] <Lartza> Slow internet?
[10:35] <zleap> i use mint at home,
[10:35] <Lartza> Oh don't get me started on Mint ;)
[10:35] <chisight> i don't know about anyone else, but i like when my os doesn't update non critical components while i'm not looking for anything other than security. updates mean function changes and that means something i depend on may be different. for the apps i focus on, i can always add the author's repo to get a recent version.
[10:35] <Lartza> "Hey, let's hold these security updates Ubuntu tested for a two more weeks to "test" them"
[10:35] <zleap> hmm
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[10:36] <zleap> i don't think you can win with any distro
[10:36] <mk-fg> Win everyone, that is
[10:36] <chisight> debian is about as good as it gets.
[10:36] <mk-fg> I like arch way more :)
[10:36] <Lartza> Honestly at this time I'd probably prefer Ubuntu over Debian
[10:36] <zleap> i mean in that they all have good / bad points
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[10:36] <Lartza> Oh yeah Arch all the way but if I'd need stability
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[10:37] <zleap> but is arch suitable for complete beginners
[10:37] <Lartza> Sure
[10:37] <Lartza> I mean unless
[10:37] <Lartza> Do you know how to read and follow instructions? Learn?
[10:37] <zleap> ok manjaro puts a friendly interface on it
[10:37] <Lartza> Eh
[10:37] <Lartza> Manjaro ships package signing keys with their distro and has told users to turn back their PC clock when their web cert expired
[10:37] <zleap> manjaro is based on arch
[10:37] <Lartza> Manjaro is Manjaro
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[10:38] <Lartza> If I'd have to choose an Arch derivative I'd use Antergos
[10:38] <chisight> i would like to get out of raspbian and fully migrate to debian, but raspbian has been habit for a while now.
[10:38] <Lartza> Also Manjaro installs yaourt iirc
[10:38] <Lartza> Although Antergos might too
[10:38] <zleap> hat is yaourt
[10:38] <mk-fg> chisight, There's armbian too
[10:38] <zleap> what
[10:38] <Lartza> zleap, AUR helper
[10:38] <zleap> ah
[10:38] <Lartza> That has security issues and some slight bugs
[10:39] <chisight> mk-fg: i'll have to look, but i'm inclined to go right to debian when i switch.
[10:39] <zleap> i think this was a project for the tech jam, install arch, from scratch on one of the jam netbooks
[10:39] <zleap> i think now we have wired internet access it may work
[10:40] <Lartza> It's really not that hard and in the end you know how your OS works a bit more
[10:40] <Lartza> You can wifi-menu the arch install too just fine
[10:40] <Lartza> or something
[10:40] <mk-fg> gentoo/arch and others that just ship .tar.gz are way easier to install for me than something that has installer and scripts
[10:40] <Lartza> partition, pacstrap, slight configuring, install bootloader, reboot :P
[10:41] <Lartza> mk-fg, I didn't find the old Arch installer really harder or easier, it was just different
[10:41] <chisight> gentoo is pretty awesome but a pi is just not enough machine to maintain your system from source.
[10:41] <Lartza> I wouldn't use Gentoo even on a threadripper
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[10:42] <Lartza> Partly because of the compiling, partly because I don't want to mess with the USE flag
[10:42] <zleap> i have a linux installer from a magazine using kernel 1.0.9 that used floppy disks, rawrite to write images (from dos) and used fdisk for partitioning
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[10:42] <mk-fg> distcc can probably take most of the build load off in a simple way
[10:42] <mk-fg> (with no need to keep a separate chroot for build env on x86 or such)
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[10:52] <zleap> Lartza: how long do you think should be allowed for a base arch install?
[10:53] <zleap> partly as the jam is 2 and a half hours,
[10:53] <Lartza> ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I can install Arch in 30 minutes tops depending on network speed and how much I need to do post-install stuff
[10:53] <zleap> ok
[10:53] <Lartza> Probably if you tell people to use GRUB only for instance etc it cuts some of the research
[10:54] <Lartza> or systemd-boot if UEFI is available
[10:54] <zleap> these netbooks are normal bios
[10:54] <zleap> ok thanks
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[11:10] <gordonDrogon> chisight, most 5v kit will work with 3.3v signals (and a 5v power input). I've used similar servos on the Pi without issues - do make sure you use pigpio or servoblaster, or a dedicated I2C servo driver board for them if you want more than 2.
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[11:11] <chisight> gordonDrogon: thanks. pigpio is a familiar tool, so probably will be my choice.
[11:12] <chisight> i guess i better finish this load tester and see how much these power supplies can deliver.
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[11:13] <gordonDrogon> that's the other issue - servos can cause a current sruge on th 5v line - best to power them separately if you can.
[11:14] <chisight> i was thinking an extra 1000uF on the leg to the pi and a current limit resistor or transistor on the servos. it might slow it down some, but i don't think speed is a critical issue here.
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[11:16] <chisight> limiting acceleration might actually be a plus, this is a camera mount.
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[11:23] <gordonDrogon> a lot will depend on the servo - it's probably going to run the motor flat-out even for small changes
[11:24] <gordonDrogon> I'd stick that cap. as close to the servo as possible. no need for any current limiting or drive transistors - the signal input is not the power to the motor.
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[11:46] <chisight> the reason for current limiting the motor is to not draw more than the power supply can deliver.
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[11:47] <chisight> i don't want to starve the pi of power just to get the servos to turn faster than i'd want them to turn anyway.
[11:47] <chisight> a cap at the servo probably is a good idea, to make sure it has enough power to "unstick" from the stationary position.
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[11:54] <gordonDrogon> a series resistor to the servo will lower its voltage - and possibly stop its internal microcontroller from working
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[11:59] <chisight> for under a buck each, i somehow doubt these are anything but analog.
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[12:11] <chisight> http://www.agamem.com.tw/productPDF/AA51880_S.pdf is the chip in mine.
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[12:14] <chisight> http://www.agamem.com.tw/AA51880.asp it says "contact us" to get the real datasheet. :-\
[12:17] <BurtyB> chisight, http://www.datasheetcatalog.com/datasheets_pdf/A/A/5/1/AA51880.shtml looks like it
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[12:18] <chisight> BurtyB: http://www.arduinoos.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/agamem-agamem-microelectronic-inc-aa51880_2c5f85b8c0.pdf too.
[12:18] <chisight> looks like their lack of information has encouraged others to publish the data.
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[12:24] <BurtyB> chisight, sadly lots of manufacturers like to hide them away
[12:25] <chisight> yeah. as if it was going to actually stop anyone from cloning their chip.
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[12:33] <chisight> this little thing is surprisingly well made for what it is and what it costs. they even bothered to put 2 little cuts into the pot's wiper to help it make reliable contact for longer.
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[12:37] <gordonDrogon> bothered -> cloned from someone else ;-)
[12:38] <chisight> i'm actually a bit surprised that it's still not cheaper to make a pseudo gray code encoder. 2 contacts and a few bumps in the molding to press them at the right points plus a slightly more complicated chip would let them get rid of that big expensive resistor surface and what i'm sure is a big failure point during manufacturing. just run it on the fast gear instead of the slow one. bonus would let
[12:38] <chisight> them make a variant that does continuous rotation for no extra cost.
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[12:42] <BurtyB> a [cheap] resistor is likely to have a lot more resolution reliably than you'd get with a cheap encoder
[12:43] <chisight> that's hard to imagine. analog can be very picky. and a pot is by no means cheap compared to the simplest of switches. springy metal, and a contact to brush against.
[12:44] <chisight> that's pretty much the same thing as a pot minus the fancy 3/4 round resistor.
[12:44] <gordonDrogon> no-one has made a cheap encoder from scratch for the others to copy.
[12:45] <chisight> probably true.
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[12:46] <gordonDrogon> and these type of servis have been used a noisy, oily, dirty RC planes for about 50 or more years now, so they're reliable enough.
[12:47] <chisight> digital logic is cheap and reliable. analog is costly and finicky, but proven designs refined over the years has something to say for it too.
[12:47] <gordonDrogon> if it ain't broke ...
[12:47] <chisight> make it better!!!
[12:48] <chisight> ok, better is the enemy of good enough.
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[12:50] <chisight> the reference design shows 7 caps, 7 resistors, 2 transistors, the chip and the pot. that's gotta make for some slim margins after adding a 3 piece case, 5 gears (3 of them doubles), 2 shafts, the motor, and 4 long specialty screws to hold the whole thing together.
[12:51] <shauno> pots are popular for positioning because they're absolute. a gray encoder is relative - it tells you how far it's moved, it doesn't tell you where it started, or where it finished
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[12:53] <chisight> yes, it'd have to have a stop to cause a detectable current rise without movement (analog again) so that it can find the end.
[12:53] <gordonDrogon> actually.. grey encoders can be absolute too. it just depends on the depth of the code and if you decide to repeat it over the arc or not.
[12:54] <gordonDrogon> simple pulse encoders (e.g. mouse) aren't absolute.
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[12:55] <BurtyB> chisight, prob a few pence if that for all of the caps/resistor/transistors
[12:55] <chisight> the cheap simple 2 switch one i came up with wouldn't be absolute until it hit a reference point. could be a 3rd switch at center maybe.
[12:55] <chisight> BurtyB: yeah, which is a big dent in a sub $1 product.
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[13:03] <chisight> 10k pricing for 402s seems to be around .1 pence per component. say 4x for the big cap and the analog is around 2P not including the pot. so not that big a dent in the margins.
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[13:11] <chisight> the real incentive would be the margins made on continuous rotation micro servos. modded servos sell for a pretty penny and in this situation, continuous is actually less than free, you remove parts to get it. a 4th wire for feedback would add cost and even more profit.
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[13:27] <akinode> hello, can anyone tell me why the i2c_smbus_read_word_data function only requires the filedescriptor and the target register as values? wouldnt that be cause for ambiguity if i had multiple i2c devices connected?
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[13:27] <akinode> the following page has some example code, just search for i2c_smbus_read_word_data(file, reg);
[13:27] <akinode> https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/i2c/dev-interface
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[13:29] <gordonDrogon> akinode, you get an fd for each i2c target
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[13:40] <akinode> gordonDrogon how so? where does that id come from?
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[13:44] <akinode> say if i had two i2c devices at 0x70 and 0x71 and i wanted to read register 0x04 from both of them one after the other, what would my code roughly look like?
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[13:47] <m_t> akinode, Here is some simple example of mine: https://github.com/m-thu/sandbox/blob/master/beaglebone_sht21.c#L100
[13:48] <m_t> akinode, Just repeat the same steps for each device you want to communicate with (i.e. open file descriptor and set the slave address)
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[13:48] <akinode> cool thanks!
[13:49] <akinode> another probably dumb question, is it possible to connectt multiple i2c devices to a raspberry using the gpio pins?
[13:50] <akinode> just to have multiple scl and sda pins available
[13:50] <gordonDrogon> akinode, sorry - was afk. you need a separate descriptor to talk to multiple devices.
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[13:50] <gordonDrogon> and I2C bus can have up to 127 devices.
[13:51] <akinode> right, but i cant connect them all directly to the raspi right?
[13:51] <gordonDrogon> yes.
[13:51] <akinode> how?
[13:51] <akinode> you mean without using a multiplexer?
[13:51] <gordonDrogon> 2 wires from the Pi to the first device, then to the 2nd device, then the 3rd and so on.
[13:51] <gordonDrogon> I2C devices have a different address.
[13:52] <gordonDrogon> some chips let you select the i2c address, some are fixed (then you can only have one of them on a bus at one time)
[13:52] <akinode> but where do i connect the second and third and fouth device?
[13:52] <akinode> https://www.megaleecher.net/sites/default/files/images/raspberry-pi-rev2-gpio-pinout.jpg
[13:52] <gordonDrogon> however there are i2c bus multiplexors that let you e.g. turn one i2c bur into 8 separate ones.
[13:52] <gordonDrogon> akinode, you daisy-chain them.
[13:52] <akinode> the first one obviously goes to the designated i2c pins but how do i connect the other ones?
[13:53] <gordonDrogon> one after the other.
[13:53] <gordonDrogon> it's a bus.
[13:53] <akinode> https://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/248272/is-it-possible-to-daisy-chain-without-hard-wired-addresses/248275
[13:53] <gordonDrogon> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I%C2%B2C
[13:53] <akinode> says here i2c doesnt support daisy chaining
[13:53] <gordonDrogon> i2c is designed to be daisy chained.
[13:54] <m_t> akinode, Just read the original I2C specification, it explains everything in great detail: https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/user-guide/UM10204.pdf
[13:55] <akinode> okay, so is it possible to have multiple i2c buses simultaneously on a single raspberry pi?
[13:55] <akinode> as in that they are simultaneously active
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[13:58] <gordonDrogon> yes, but no.
[13:58] <gordonDrogon> you only have one I2C BUS on the Pi.
[13:58] <gordonDrogon> That BUS can talk to many I2C devices.
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[13:59] <gordonDrogon> One at a time.
[13:59] <Willd> You as the i2c master ask the devices for data
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[13:59] <akinode> is there any kind of overhead the more i2c devices are connected?
[13:59] <gordonDrogon> only time.
[14:00] <akinode> yes that is the problem
[14:00] <akinode> do you roughly know how big that overhead is?
[14:00] <gordonDrogon> but... before going on any further, it's clear you've not used I2C, so may I ask your application?
[14:01] <akinode> i want to connect multiple temperature sensors to my pi and constantly get data readings from them
[14:01] <akinode> but im talking about a very large amount of sensors
[14:01] <gordonDrogon> how large, and how far from the Pi?
[14:02] <gordonDrogon> there is another bus - 1-wire - that supports digital temperature sensors - 100's of them if wired correctly.
[14:02] <akinode> maybe 30-50cm away, about 50 sensors
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[14:02] <akinode> oh okay i will look into that
[14:02] <gordonDrogon> however the Linux 1-wire driver isn't fast, neither are the sensors so it takes about 0.8 seconds to read one.
[14:02] <shauno> what on earth are you doing that needs 50 temperature points in 50cm?
[14:02] <akinode> so one last question, are there devices besides the pi that support parallel i2c buses?
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[14:03] <akinode> an experiment
[14:03] <akinode> :D
[14:03] <gordonDrogon> yes, but you're overthinking it.
[14:03] <akinode> for university
[14:03] <akinode> what kind of device? maybe an arduino variation?
[14:03] <shauno> just thinking that sounds like the kinda density that'd benefit from something like flir
[14:03] <m_t> akinode, you may want to check out the DS18B20: https://www.maximintegrated.com/en/products/analog/sensors-and-sensor-interface/DS18B20.html
[14:03] <gordonDrogon> e.g. one I2C analog chip can have 16 inputs. You only need 3 or 4 of those chips then - plus the sensors.
[14:04] <shauno> there's i2c multiplexers too. it's not pretty, but that's the nature of the beast - i2c is the opposite of what you're asking for, round pegs in square holes does not beg for pretty, it begs for hammers
[14:06] <akinode> shauno yes but connecting a large amount of sensors to a single i2c bus does seem to cause time overhead
[14:06] <akinode> multiplexers wont make that overhead go away
[14:07] <shauno> right, it'll just let you recycle addresses.
[14:07] <gordonDrogon> nothing will make that overhead go away.
[14:07] <gordonDrogon> tell us more - how often do you need to read the sensors?
[14:08] <akinode> gordonDrogon well in the worst case i can just use multiple arduino micros and send the processed data to my raspberry
[14:08] <akinode> but that wouldnt be a pretty solution imo, so i was wondering if it was possible to use just a single device
[14:08] <gordonDrogon> one arduino can talk to 50 1-wire sensors.
[14:08] <gordonDrogon> so can one Pi.
[14:08] <akinode> that can process multiple i2c devices simultaneously
[14:09] <akinode> yes but the time overhead is an issue
[14:09] <akinode> when 50 sensors are connected to a single i2c bus
[14:09] <gordonDrogon> right - again, how often do you need to read them?
[14:09] <akinode> very often
[14:09] <shauno> and why are you so attached to i2c?
[14:09] <gordonDrogon> once a second? 100/second? How fast?
[14:09] <akinode> becasue the sensors i want to use use i2c
[14:09] <akinode> since they are already present at uni
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[14:09] <akinode> and i dont want to buy 50 new sensors
[14:09] <gordonDrogon> what's the sensor?
[14:10] <gordonDrogon> got a part number?
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[14:10] <akinode> mcp9808
[14:10] <akinode> but im not looking for a workaround
[14:10] <akinode> i want to know if theres a way to use i2c
[14:12] <gordonDrogon> ok. you can have 8 of those on a single I2C bus. conversion time is 33mS minimum.
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[14:13] <gordonDrogon> so with a multiplexor, you could have 64 of them on a Pi, then it would take you just under 2 seconds to read all of them.
[14:13] <shauno> so add a TI TCA9548A i2c multiplexer for 8 busses, and have 8 lots of 8 sensors. so you set the multiplexer to bank0, then read device0, device1 ... device7. then the TI to bank1, and repeat
[14:13] <akinode> i also have a number over tca9548a multiplexers
[14:14] <shauno> hah
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[14:14] <akinode> so if i connected all 50 of them the time overhead would be much larger
[14:14] <akinode> thats why im asking
[14:14] <akinode> if theres a way besides using multiple arduinos
[14:14] <akinode> but apparently not..
[14:14] <gordonDrogon> you could use the Arduino as a multiplexor - then 8 arduinos
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[14:15] <gordonDrogon> so you then read 8 at once and pass the data back to e.g. a Pi.
[14:15] <akinode> yeah thats what i was thinking
[14:15] <akinode> you think this is a valid way of going about this problem?
[14:15] <shauno> I'd give it a shot with the multiplexor & the sensors. see what the actual results are, instead of imagining overhead
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[14:16] <akinode> shauno yeah i was already going to do that anyways, hence my original question about connecting multiple devices to a single bus
[14:16] <gordonDrogon> I'd use an ATmega with 1-wire sensors - with those, you can post a command, then read the data later - that way you can set them up to more or less constantly stream the data back.
[14:16] <gordonDrogon> however I've used an I2C multiplexor on a Pi - works OK.
[14:17] <gordonDrogon> you'r biggest issue is going to be the physical wiring, no matter what.
[14:17] <shauno> using the multiplexer just means you're writing 14 extra bytes to the wire, over the duration of all 50 sensors. it's not a huge overhead
[14:17] <gordonDrogon> especially at 400Khz.
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[14:18] * BurtyB made an i2c mulitplexter pHAT with the tca9548a - made battery monitoring a bit easier than select addresses on each one
[14:18] <gordonDrogon> however the Pi's I2C driver widgetry isn't the best, so keep the multiplexor very close to the Pi and the wires to it short.
[14:20] <shauno> that 9548 appears to be claiming a switching time of 1ns. so compared to the 33ms the sensors are asking for, it's nothing
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[14:20] <gordonDrogon> heh.. 1nS plus the overheard of 3 bytes down the I2C bus ...
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[14:27] <chisight> akinode: no clue what performance is, but there are implementations of software bitbanged i2c like this one: https://electronicayciencia.github.io/wPi_soft_i2c/
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[14:29] <chisight> 2 gpio pins per bus.
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[22:10] <MacGeek> MagPi #66 is out
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[22:58] <rttncw> hi
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[23:00] * g4mbit is now known as rottencow
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