Programming the SIB™
SiB™ vs SID mode
Programs in SiB™ mode
Programs in SID mode
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This function reads the HALL sensor's value and stores it into a given variable.
HALL Usage: HALL variable This function reads the HALL sensor's value and stores it into a given variable. This function will RELEASE all GPIO's set with HOLD prior to execution.
Reads a capactive touch GPIO into the given variable.
RC Usage: RC pin variable Reads a capactive touch GPIO into the given variable. This function is only available on some specific pin. Entering an invalid pin will result in an error. This function returns a value between 0 and 3000 (TODO). A floating GPIO will return anywhere above 1000. A GPIO under capacitance will read a lower value. See also: WAKEC
Reads the current temperature.
TEMP Usage: TEMP [variable] Reads the current temperature. This function should only be used after the temperature sensor has been calibrated. See HELP CALIB for more information. Without a variable, this command echos the current temperature in an IM back to SIMP™. If a variable is specified, this command stores the current temperature in the named variable. See also: CALIB TEMP
Goes to sleep until a capacitive touch GPIO threshold is reached.
WAKEC Usage: WAKEC gpio threshold Goes to sleep until a capacitive touch GPIO threshold is reached. This command will put the SiB™ to sleep and monitor a capacitive touch GPIO. A floating GPIO will read a value of 1000 or more; while a GPIO sensing some capacitance will read lower values. This command will wake your SiB™ when a capacitive touch GPIO reads a value below the requested threshold. See also: RC