MikroElektronika Fever Click Element

The fever click element is used to measure human body temperature. This element is for using the MikroElektronika Fever Click board, which features a Maxim Integrated MAX30205 human body temperature sensor.

The fever click is a sensor element that can be imported into the Element Toolbox through the Add Element Add Element button located in the toolbox from the Embedded tab.

Properties

The following properties can be changed for the fever click element:

Name

The name of the element.

I2C Driver Instance

The I2C bus used to communicate with the sensor.

I2C Address

The I2C address the element sends data to.

Temperature Hyst

The low range of the temperature hysteresis on the board’s OS pin. The factory default setting for this temperature is 75.0 °C.

Temperature OS

The high range of the temperature hysteresis on the board’s OS pin. The factory default setting for this temperature is 80.0 °C.

Triggers

The following triggers are available to execute events from within the fever click element:

Triggered

Execute an event when the source element connected to the fever click triggers.

Temperature Read

Execute an event when temperature data is read.

Abilities

The following abilities are available for the fever click element when its source element triggers:

Trigger

Trigger the element(s) that follow the fever click element.

Read Temperature (°C)

Read the sensor’s temperature data in Celsius.

Element Resources

Atmosphere includes a selection of resources for users of all levels that demonstrate using the fever click element.

Demo Projects

To view the fever click element used within a project, click the demo’s name to open the project in Atmosphere and see how the element is set up.

Name Hardware Description
Arduino Fever Click Demo Arduino Mega The fever click element is used in this demo to read temperature data, and have the data values printed on the debug console.
PIC-IoT Fever Click Demo PIC-IoT WG The fever click element is used in this demo to read temperature data, and have the data sent to the cloud. If the temperature exceeds 37°C/98.6°F the device goes into an alarming state, simulating a human fever.