UTHUM(4) BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual UTHUM(4)NAME
uthum -- TEMPer and TEMPerHUM USB temperature and humidity sensor
uthum* at uhidev? reportid ?
The uthum driver provides support for the pcsensors TEMPer and TEMPerHUM HID device. The sensor possesses a collection of sensor values
which are made available through the envstat(8) interface. The humidity data unit is ``%RH'' and the temperature data unit is ``degC''.
SEE ALSO intro(4), uhidev(4), envstat(8)AUTHORS
The uthum driver was originally written by Yojiro UO <firstname.lastname@example.org>. NetBSD porting was done by Antoine Reilles <tonio@NetBSD.org>.
The TEMPer and TEMperHUM have various versions which have the same VID/PID and they need different data processing. Currently only two types
BSD November 23, 2009 BSD
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Device::USB::PCSensor::HidTEMPer::TEMPer::Internal(3pm) User Contributed Perl DocumentationDevice::USB::PCSensor::HidTEMPer::TEMPer::Internal(3pm)
Device::USB::PCSensor::HidTEMPer::TEMPer::Internal - The HidTEMPer internal sensor
This is the implementation of the HidTEMPer internal sensor.
The highest temperature(120 degrees celsius) this sensor can detect.
The lowest temperature(-40 degrees celsius) this sensor can detect.
Returns the current temperature from the device in celsius degrees.
INHERIT METHODS FROM
This module internally includes and takes use of the following packages:
This module uses the strict and warning pragmas.
Please report any bugs or missing features using the CPAN RT tool.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Magnus Sulland < email@example.com >
This code is inspired by Relavak's source code and the comments found at: http://relavak.wordpress.com/2009/10/17/
COPYRIGHT & LICENSE
Copyright (c) 2010 Magnus Sulland
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
perl v5.10.1 2010-07-24 Device::USB::PCSensor::HidTEMPer::TEMPer::Internal(3pm)
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