OneWire temperature sensor DS18B20

This sketch is an extension of multiple 1-wire DS18B20 temperature sensors sketch with support for multiple DS18B20, autoscan feature and dynamic creation of channels.

Note that sensors might appear in any order depending on scan results.
  • Z-Uno board
  • Breadboard
  • n DS18B20 temperature sensor (like this or waterproof variant like this)
  • 1 4.7 kΩ resistor
  • 2+3*n wires

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// Multiple temperature sensors DS18B20

#include "ZUNO_DS18B20.h"

#define DS18B20_BUS_PIN 11                  // Pin to which 1-Wire bus is connected
#define MAX_SENSORS     10                  // Number of DS18B20 sensors supported (equals to maximum number of channels for Z-Uno) 

OneWire ow(DS18B20_BUS_PIN);                // Software 1-Wire BUS
DS18B20Sensor ds18b20(&ow);                 // connect DS18B20 class to it

#define ADDR_SIZE 8                         // Size of address of devices on 1-wire bus
byte addresses[ADDR_SIZE * MAX_SENSORS];    // Here we store all the scanned addresses
#define ADDR(i) (&addresses[i * ADDR_SIZE]) // Macro to simplify our life
byte number_of_sensors;                     // Number of sensors found
word temperature[MAX_SENSORS];              // Here we store temperatures

void setup() {
  // Scanning sensors on the bus every time we starting a sketch
  number_of_sensors = ds18b20.findAllSensors(addresses);

  if(number_of_sensors > MAX_SENSORS)
    number_of_sensors = MAX_SENSORS;

  // Setting up Z-Uno channels
  // We do id dynamically... 
  // You have to exclude/include your Z-Uno to this take effect on the controller side
  for (byte i = 0; i < number_of_sensors; i++) {
    // Each channel is temperature sensor 
    // with 2 decimals precision (ex. 25.45C)
  // Commit configuration that we made...

void loop() {
  for (byte i = 0; i < number_of_sensors; i++) {
    // Read temperature
    float ct =  ds18b20.getTemperature(ADDR(i));
    temperature[i] = ct * 100; // Convert temperature to fixed point (d)+.dd
    // Sending report
    zunoSendReport(i + 1); // Channels start from 1
  // We have to wait 30 seconds 
  // It's a requirement of Z-Wave protocol

// Universal handler for all the channels
void zunoCallback(void) {
    // See callback_data variable 
    // We use word params for all 
    // We use zero based index of the channel instead of typical 
    // Getter/Setter index of Z-Uno. 
    // See enum ZUNO_CHANNEL*_GETTER/ZUNO_CHANNEL*_SETTER in ZUNO_Definitions.h 
    byte index = callback_data->type;
    index >>= 1;
    index --;
    callback_data->param.wParam = temperature[index];
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