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I have a technical inquiry regarding the use of the EVAL CN0537 ARDZ gas sensor shield module with the ADICUP3029 board.

Category: Software
Product Number: ADICUP3029
Software Version: CCES 2.6

Hello.

I am a user who is starting to use the ADICUP3029 board.

I have a technical inquiry regarding the use of the EVAL CN0537 ARDZ gas sensor shield module with the ADICUP3029 board.

I have successfully installed CrossCore Embedded Studio and connected the board, and I was able to run the Blinkey_example code following the guides provided on the ADI official website.

The ultimate goal for me using the ADI board is to visualize the data output from the CN0537 gas sensor in CCES or any other platform, similar to the Serial plot in Arduino.

However, I am facing difficulties in using the CN0537 gas sensor in a way that provides data output in the desired graph format, unlike the provided .hex file and terminal verification using putty, as guided on the official website.

I believe there should be dedicated library project files or example codes available for using CN0537 with CCES, but I have had trouble finding appropriate resources on the official website or the internet. That's why I'm reaching out for assistance.

If there are library files or example codes available for using CN0537 and receiving data in a plot format, I would greatly appreciate it if you could provide specific solutions.

Have a great day.

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  • FormerMember
    FormerMember
Jun 30, 2023 +1 verified

Hi,

I'm a bit unclear as to what you are looking for, but I'll do my best to answer what I think you are asking.  The source code for the CN0537 is not openly available for distribution from Analog…

Hi,

I'm a bit unclear as to what you are looking for, but I'll do my best to answer what I think you are asking.  The source code for the CN0537 is not openly available for distribution from Analog Devices.  There are some proprietary IP blocks which require payment and license agreements in order to obtain the source code.

Regardless of the source code not being openly available, there are no current libraries available that will "plot data" in a graphical format in CCES.  All commands and measurement data are sent over a serial terminal connection and you can do what you want with that information from there.

For example, you could write a small python script that grabs the data based on the available commands and parses and displays it, or a similar thing could be done in tools like LabVIEW or MATLAB.  You could also copy and paste the data directly from the serial terminal program and use a tool like Excel to plot the data.  There are many options for you to do this in the tool you are most familiar with, but we do not provide graphing functions within the embedded code directly.

Hope this helps.

Brandon