Power supply and digital information via one wire
documentation was last updated on 21.9.2018
1-Wire (MicroLan) is a digital interface that allows to send data from several devices at the same time via a twisted pair to the distance of 300 meters. 1-Wire is suitable for home automation. There are inexpensive digital temperature sensors and multichannel input-output modules, etc. on the market.
iRidium server UMC C3 supports devices only with microchips of DS28•• (Dallas Semiconductor, family 28) series.
1-Wire interface is optional. Check that your UMC C3 has it.
Connect 1-Wire devices to the X6 terminal block (in the top part of the body).
Create a server project.
There are two ways to configure 1-Wire driver in iRidium studio:
1 Go to 1-Wire tab in the server web-interface.
Only UMC C3 controllers have 1-Wire tab.
2 Click Scan, IDs of devices found in 1-Wire bus will appear
3 Export data about devices as a .json file by clicking the Export button.
4 Go to your project in iRidium studio. Click a button to import the .json file (OneWire JSON Files).
5 A set driver with all tags appears in the project device tree. You can rename the tags.
1 Add 1-Wire UMC driver.
2 Set ContainerPath parameter - /sys/bus/w1/devices/.
3 Add required tags to the driver. Set a unique ID to each added driver.
Set control of wireless devices with the help of commands and feedback.
A project for the server can be launched only on iRidium server UMC C3 using iRidium transfer.