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/*
SharpDistSensor.h
Source: https://github.com/DrGFreeman/SharpDistSensor
MIT License
Copyright (c) 2018 Julien de la Bruere-Terreault <drgfreeman@tuta.io>
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
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*/
/*
SharpDistSensor; Sharp analog distance sensor library
This is a library for the Arduino IDE that helps interface with Sharp IR analog
distance sensors.
The analog value from the sensor is converted to distance using either a fifth
order polynomial fit function or a power fit function.
By default, this library is set to use polynomial coefficients calibrated for
the Sharp GP2Y0A60SZLF Analog Distance Sensor 10-150cm 5V, over a range of
50-1500 mm (analog values 30-875). The returned distance is in millimeters (mm)
units. For different accuracy, range, sensor model or units, different
coefficients may be required.
Use the setModel method to change the sensor model calibration. The following
models are currently supported:
-GP2Y0A60SZLF_5V (GP2Y0A60SZLF Analog Distance Sensor 10-150cm, 5V)
-GP2Y0A710K0F_5V_DS (GP2Y0A710K0F Analog Distance Sensor 100-500cm, 5V)
Use the setPolyFitCoeffs method to define custom polynomial coefficients.
Use the setPowerFitCoeffs method to define custom power coefficients.
Use the setValMinMax method to define different analog values range.
The distance output is filtered using median filtering. MedianFilter class from
the following library is used: https://github.com/daPhoosa/MedianFilter.
*/
#ifndef SharpDistSensor_h
#define SharpDistSensor_h
#include <Arduino.h>
#include <MedianFilter.h>
class SharpDistSensor
{
public:
// List of pre-defined sensor models
enum models
{
// Constant for GP2Y0A60SZLF 5V model
GP2Y0A60SZLF_5V,
// Constant for GP2Y0A710K0F 5V model
GP2Y0A710K0F_5V_DS,
// Constant for GP2Y0A51SK0F 5V model
GP2Y0A51SK0F_5V_DS,
// Constant for GP2Y0A41SK0F 5V model
GP2Y0A41SK0F_5V_DS
};
/** Constructor
pin: Arduino analog pin the sensor is connected to
size: Window size of the median filter (1 = no filtering)
**/
SharpDistSensor(const byte pin, const byte size = 1);
// Return the measured distance
uint16_t getDist();
// Set the sensor model
void setModel(const models model);
/* Set the polynomial fit function coefficients and range
nbCoeffs: Number of coefficients (1 min, 6 max)
coeffs: Coefficients (x^0 to x^5)
valMin: Minimal analog value for which to return a distance
valMax: Maximal analog value for which to return a distance
*/
void setPolyFitCoeffs(const byte nbCoeffs, const float* coeffs,
const uint16_t valMin, const uint16_t valMax);
/* Set the power fit function coefficients and range
C and P: Coefficients in Distance = C*x^P relation
valMin: Minimal analog value for which to return a distance
valMax: Maximal analog value for which to return a distance
*/
void setPowerFitCoeffs(const float C, const float P,
const uint16_t valMin, const uint16_t valMax);
// Set the analog value range for which to return a distance
void setValMinMax(const uint16_t valMin, const uint16_t valMax);
private:
// Arduino analog pin the sensor is connected to
byte _pin;
// Window size of the median filter (1 = no filtering)
byte _mfSize;
// Minimal analog value for which to return a distance
uint16_t _valMin;
// Maximal analog value for which to return a distance
uint16_t _valMax;
// Polynomial function coefficients to convert analog signal to distance
float _polyCoeffs[6];
// Power function coefficients to convert analog signal to distance
float _powerCoeffC;
float _powerCoeffP;
// Possible types of fit functions
enum fitTypes
{
FIT_POLY,
FIT_POWER
};
// Fit function type used
fitTypes _fitType;
// Median filter object instance
MedianFilter medFilt;
};
#endif