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[Pro2 PLUS] BME280 compliation error
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I have just received my Wireless display unit,  I have configured it to use a BME280 sensor for internal temperature, on compiling it gives errors,  after a bit of research it seems that the code is only compatible with version 1.0 of the BME280 library, not the version 2.30 supplied with downloaded lib pack, I have compiled with the v1.0 lib and it compiles and uploads fine, however the internal temp is displayed as 0.0 and the humidity as 0.0%, I have tested the sensor with example code & its fine..
 
If someone could help me with this I’d be grateful.
 
Thanks Andy
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(05-02-2019, 18:08)atbukc Wrote: I have just received my Wireless display unit,  I have configured it to use a BME280 sensor for internal temperature, on compiling it gives errors,  after a bit of research it seems that the code is only compatible with version 1.0 of the BME280 library, not the version 2.30 supplied with downloaded lib pack, I have compiled with the v1.0 lib and it compiles and uploads fine, however the internal temp is displayed as 0.0 and the humidity as 0.0%, I have tested the sensor with example code & its fine..
 
If someone could help me with this I’d be grateful.
 
Thanks Andy

Hello Andy,

I'm glad you already received your WiFi Wireless Display unit.
As certainly you can understand I can only guarantee that the software compiles fine when compiled with the libraries supplied in the WeatherDuino software package, that's why there is an info on the downloads page saying: Always compile using the provided libraries.
In this case, as you have found, the software only works with the supplied BME280 library which is version 1.0.0

I have checked the reported issue with internal temp and humidity being read as zero. Indeed there is a bug already fixed.
Please download and install: WeatherDuino 4Pro Wireless Display v4.1_b006 - Release date: 2019-02-05

Thanks for you feedback.

Regards
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(05-02-2019, 23:43)Werk_AG Wrote:
(05-02-2019, 18:08)atbukc Wrote: I have just received my Wireless display unit,  I have configured it to use a BME280 sensor for internal temperature, on compiling it gives errors,  after a bit of research it seems that the code is only compatible with version 1.0 of the BME280 library, not the version 2.30 supplied with downloaded lib pack, I have compiled with the v1.0 lib and it compiles and uploads fine, however the internal temp is displayed as 0.0 and the humidity as 0.0%, I have tested the sensor with example code & its fine..
 
If someone could help me with this I’d be grateful.
 
Thanks Andy

Hello Andy,

I'm glad you already received your WiFi Wireless Display unit.
As certainly you can understand I can only guarantee that the software compiles fine when compiled with the libraries supplied in the WeatherDuino software package, that's why there is an info on the downloads page saying: Always compile using the provided libraries.
In this case, as you have found, the software only works with the supplied BME280 library which is version 1.0.0

I have checked the reported issue with internal temp and humidity being read as zero. Indeed there is a bug already fixed.
Please download and install: WeatherDuino 4Pro Wireless Display v4.1_b006 - Release date: 2019-02-05

Thanks for you feedback.

Regards

Ive just downloaded the new version, all working fine now, thanks for such a quick fix.

I was originally using the supplied libraries, I guess the Arduino IDE updated the libray without me realising! I'll keep a better watch on it from now on!

Thanks Andy
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