1 wire with node-red os image
I'm using a unipi neuron m203 and want to connect several 1-wire sensors (ds18b20 and ds28e17) and program this using node-red. But there is a problem when I use the newest node-red os image (neuron-node-red_image-20200610.8).
In a previous version of this os image (neuron-node-red_image-20200507.2) there was no problem at all. In the image below the adresses of the connected device can be found in the /sys/bus/w1/devices map. And i'm able to communicate with these devices through node-red.
But if I use the newest node-red os image, the devices won't show up. After some research I found that it maybe has to do something with the driver of the internal ds2482 chip (1-wire master). When I do i2cdetect with the old version of the node-red image (neuron-node-red_image-20200507.2), it outputs a UU at the adress of the ds2482. This can be seen in the image.
But when I run this command with the newest node-red os image (neuron-node-red_image-20200610.8), it outputs the adress 18 at the adress of the ds2482. After some research, I found that UU means that a driver uses this adress. This means that I think that the driver of the ds2482 is not set up propperly in the newest node-red image because it outputs the adress 18, which means that there is a device at this adress (and it is not in use by a driver). So I tried to start the ds2482 driver in the newest node-red os image, but I didn't seem to work. Am I thinking correctly here or am I overseeing something? I hope someone can help me with this problem.
I'm sorry for my bad English and thanks in advance.
yes - several versions back, there was a change in Evok package (underlying layer for communication with I/Os) regarding 1-Wire access method. The kernel driver for the 1-Wire master is removed as Evok uses another method (OWFS) instead.
Basically, you have two options possible:
- Use Evok - follow THIS tutorial
- Disable 1W bus in Evok (comment it out in the /etc/evok.conf) and enable DS2482 kernel module loading by enabling the ds2482 device-tree overlay in /boot/config.txt. In this case, you, of course, cannot use access to a sensor through the Unipi node anymore.
Thanks for the reaction!
Okey, I indeed thought it had something to do with that, but I couldn't find any update notes on the os image.
I don't really need to access the sensors through the unipi node anyways, so I'm going to try option 2.