publishing HPMA115S0 sensor data at aws with esp 32

rajpriyanshu
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publishing HPMA115S0 sensor data at aws with esp 32

Postby rajpriyanshu » Sat Apr 13, 2019 9:29 am

I am working on Honeywell particulate matter sensor (hpMA115S0) with esp32. and In this project, I have to take data from the sensor and publish it to AWS. I am new for the AWS concept. Here are my code and sensor datasheet.
please help me with publishing data on AWS.
AND, if any improvment is possible please suggest me.

#include <WiFi.h>
#include <PubSubClient.h>
#include <HardwareSerial.h>
// Update these with values suitable for your network.
const char* ssid = "<wifi name>";
const char* password = "<password>";
const char* mqtt_server = "<mqqt broker>";
const int ledPin = 2;
WiFiClient espClient;
PubSubClient client(espClient);
long lastMsg = 0;
char msg[50];
bool HPMAstatus = false;

int PM25;
int PM10;
HardwareSerial HPMA115S0(1);
#define RXD2 16
#define TXD2 17
void setup()
{
Serial.begin(9600, SERIAL_8N1);
while (!Serial);

pinMode(ledPin, OUTPUT);
digitalWrite(ledPin, 0);
setup_wifi();
client.setServer(mqtt_server, 1883);
HPMA115S0.begin(9600, SERIAL_8N1, RXD2, TXD2);
while (!HPMA115S0);
start_autosend();
}
void setup_wifi() {
delay(10);
WiFi.begin(ssid, password);
Serial.write("Wifi connecting.\n");
while (WiFi.status() != WL_CONNECTED) {
delay(500);
Serial.write(".\n");
}
Serial.write("Wifi connected.\n");
}
void reconnect() {
// Loop until we're reconnected
Serial.write("MQTT connecting.\n");
while (!client.connected()) {
// Attempt to connect
if (client.connect("ESP32-HPMA115S0-Client")) {
digitalWrite(ledPin, 1);
Serial.write("MQTT connected.\n");
} else {
// Wait 5 seconds before retrying
delay(5000);
digitalWrite(ledPin, 0);
Serial.write("MQTT cannot connect.\n");
}
}
}
void loop()
{
long now = millis();
if (!client.connected()) {
reconnect();
}
client.loop();
// Publish data every 10 seconds
if (now - lastMsg > 10000) {
lastMsg = now;
// Receive the particle data
HPMAstatus = receive_measurement();
if (!HPMAstatus) {
digitalWrite(ledPin, 0);
Serial.println("Cannot receive data from HPMA115S0!");
return;
}
snprintf (msg, 16, "%D", PM25);
client.publish("HPMA115S0/PM2.5", msg);
snprintf (msg, 16, "%D", PM10);
client.publish("HPMA115S0/PM10", msg);
digitalWrite(ledPin, 1);
Serial.println("PM 2.5:\t" + String(PM25) + " ug/m3");
Serial.println("PM 10:\t" + String(PM10) + " ug/m3");
Serial.println("MQTT published HPMA115S0.");
}
}

bool receive_measurement (void)
{
while(HPMA115S0.available() < 32);
byte HEAD0 = HPMA115S0.read();
byte HEAD1 = HPMA115S0.read();
while (HEAD0 != 0x42) {
if (HEAD1 == 0x42) {
HEAD0 = HEAD1;
HEAD1 = HPMA115S0.read();
} else {
HEAD0 = HPMA115S0.read();
HEAD1 = HPMA115S0.read();
}
}
if (HEAD0 == 0x42 && HEAD1 == 0x4D) {
byte LENH = HPMA115S0.read();
byte LENL = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data0H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data0L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data1H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data1L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data2H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data2L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data3H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data3L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data4H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data4L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data5H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data5L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data6H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data6L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data7H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data7L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data8H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data8L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data9H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data9L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data10H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data10L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data11H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data11L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data12H = HPMA115S0.read();
byte Data12L = HPMA115S0.read();
byte CheckSumH = HPMA115S0.read();
byte CheckSumL = HPMA115S0.read();
if (((HEAD0 + HEAD1 + LENH + LENL + Data0H + Data0L + Data1H + Data1L + Data2H + Data2L + Data3H + Data3L + Data4H + Data4L + Data5H + Data5L + Data6H + Data6L + Data7H + Data7L + Data8H + Data8L + Data9H + Data9L + Data10H + Data10L + Data11H + Data11L + Data12H + Data12L) % 256) != CheckSumL){
Serial.println("Checksum fail");
return 0;
}
PM25 = (Data1H * 256) + Data1L;
PM10 = (Data2H * 256) + Data2L;
return 1;
}
}

bool start_autosend(void)
{
// Start auto send
byte start_autosend[] = {0x68, 0x01, 0x40, 0x57 };
HPMA115S0.write(start_autosend, sizeof(start_autosend));
HPMA115S0.flush();
delay(500);
//Then we wait for the response
while(HPMA115S0.available() < 2);
byte read1 = HPMA115S0.read();
byte read2 = HPMA115S0.read();
// Test the response
if ((read1 == 0xA5) && (read2 == 0xA5)){
// ACK
return 1;
}
else if ((read1 == 0x96) && (read2 == 0x96))
{
// NACK
return 0;
}
else return 0;
}


sensor information: https://sensing.honeywell.com/HPMA115S0 ... er-sensors

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Re: publishing HPMA115S0 sensor data at aws with esp 32

Postby @In逍遥子 » Mon May 06, 2019 2:31 am

Hi
I don't know your issue.If you want to publish data to AWS.Firstly,you should connect to AWS.Sencondly,Read data from sensor.Finally,publish data to AWS.

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