Hello, can you help me solve a problem in Simulink, please?

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I need to read a ds18b20 temperature sensor, connected to Raspberry Pi 3 model B, using Simulink. Do you have any idea how can I do this?
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brayan fabian vargas bermudez
I'm sorry for the moment I have the same problem, I found a solution please

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 9 Nov 2017

Edwin Kemper
Edwin Kemper on 28 Jan 2019
hi Dan Maria, i have exactly the same problem, but i am working on a STM32-E407 board.
i still havent been able to solve the problem, the Arduino code should be possible to implement in the “s-function builder” block.
hopefully by now someone has solved it?
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Christopher Harness
Christopher Harness on 7 Aug 2019
I'm having similar issues developing a MEX code to use in the S-Function builder. I keep using sample code from both the OneWire and DallasTemperature Arduino libraries as a basis, but I still keep getting errors in return, especially with how the code is structured. I have posted a recent question about using the "Legacy 1-Wire" Matlab Add-on and how to implement it into simulink.

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