SensESP  1.0.4
Universal Signal K sensor framework for ESP8266 and ESP32
Class List
Here are the classes, structs, unions and interfaces with brief descriptions:
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 CADS1x15Represents an ADS1015 or ADS1115 Analog to Digital Converter. Values are read with ADS1x15RawValue or ADS1x15Voltage
 CADS1x15RawValueUsed to read the raw output of the ADS1x15, which is an integer between 0 and 32,768. If you want the voltage that was the input to the ADS1x15 (because voltage is what the ADS1x15 actually reads), use ADS1x15Voltage instead
 CADS1x15VoltageReads the raw output of the ADS1x15 (an integer between 0 and 32,768) and converts it back into the voltage that was actually read by the chip. If you want the raw output itself, use ADS1x15RawValue instead
 CAirDensityTransforms temperature, relative humidity and pressure in air density
 CAnalogInputSensor for reading the MCU analog input pins
 CAnalogVoltageA transform that takes the output of an analog-to-digital converter and outputs the voltage that went into it. (This can be the built-in ADC on the ESP, or it can be an external ADC like the ADS1015/1115.)
 CAngleCorrectionAdd a value to an angle input (in radians). The output value is wrapped to a range between [0, 2*pi]. This transform is useful for correcting e.g. a heading or a wind direction reading
 CBaseAnalogReaderUsed by AnalogInput to properly read the very different ADC's of the ESP8266 and ESP32
 CBaseBlinkerA base class for LED blinker classes
 CBME280Represents an ADAfruit (or compatible) BME280 temperature / pressure / humidity sensor
 CBME280ValueBME280Value reads and outputs the specified value of a BME280 sensor
 CBMP280BMP280 represents an ADAfruit or compatible BMP280 temperature & pressure sensor
 CBMP280ValueBMP280Value reads and outputs the specified value of a BMP280 sensor
 CChangeFilterA numeric passthrough transform that will only pass that value through if it is "sufficiently different" from the last value passed through
 CClickTypeClickType is a transform that consumes button clicks and translates them as events of type ClickTypes
 CConfigurableAn object that is capable of having configuration data that can be set remotely using a RESTful API, and can be persisted to the local file system
 CCurveInterpolatorUses a collection of input/output samples that approximate a non-linear curve and outputs a value on that curve. The output is the linear interpolation between the two sample points that the input falls between. It is used primarily for non-linear analog gauges such as temperature gauges and oil pressure gauges, which get their input from analog sensors that are variable resistors
 CDallasTemperatureSensorsFinds all 1-Wire temperature sensors that are connected to the ESP and makes the address(es) and temperature data available to the OneWireTemperature class
 CDebounceTemplateImplements debounce code for a button or switch
 CDewPointTransforms temperature and relative humidity in dew point temperature
 CDifference
 CDigitalInputDigitalInput is the base class for reading a digital GPIO pin
 CDigitalInputChangeDigitalInputChange is meant to report when a digital pin changes its state
 CDigitalInputCounterDigitalInputCounter counts interrupts and reports the count every read_delay ms
 CDigitalInputStateDigitalInputState reports the state of a digital pin every read_delay ms
 CDigitalOutputSets a GPIO pin to whatever the input is (true = HIGH, false = LOW), and passes the value on to the next ValueConsumer
 CEnableClasses that implement "Enable" will have their enable() method called automatically at startup when the SensESP app itself is enabled. The optional priority allows for certain classes to be initialized first. The default priority is zero. A higher priority (i.e. greater than zero) will be enabled before a lower one (i.e. less than zero)
 CENUVector
 CEvenBlinkerAn LED blinker class that blinks the LED 50% off, 50% on, at a given period
 CFreeMemReports the current amount of unused memory of the ESP
 CFrequencyTransforms its input into frequency (Hz: cycles per second)
 CGPGGASentenceParser
 CGPGLLSentenceParser
 CGPRMCSentenceParser
 CGPSInputSupport for a GPS module communicating with NMEA-0183 messages over a serial interface
 CHeatIndexEffectTransforms heat index temperature to heat index effect
 CHeatIndexTemperatureTransforms temperature and relative humidity in heat index temperature
 CHTTPServerHandles external interactions with the device via the web interface
 CHysteresisHysteresis function
 CINA219Represents an ADAfruit (or compatible) INA219 High Side DC Current Sensor
 CINA219ValueINA219Value reads and outputs the specified value of an INA219 sensor
 CIntegerSensorA Sensor whose output is an integer
 CIntegerThresholdTranslates an integer value into a boolean value, which depends on whether the integer value is "in range" or "out of range"
 CIntegratorTIntegrator integrates (accumulates) the incoming values
 CIPAddrDevReports the IP address of the ESP once it's connected to wifi
 CLambdaConsumerProvides an easy way of calling a function based on the output of any ValueProducer
 CLambdaTransformConstruct a new transform based on a single function
 CLinearPerforms a linear transform on the input value: output = (input * multiplier) + offset
 CMAX31856ThermocoupleReads the temperature from an Adafruit MAX31856 (or compatible) thermocouple breakout board. Communicates with the ESP via SPI
 CMedianOutputs the median value of sample_size inputs
 CMovingAverageOutputs the moving average of the last sample_size inputs
 CNetworkingManages the ESP's connection to the Wifi network
 CNMEAData
 CNMEAParser
 CNumericSensorA Sensor whose output is a float
 CNumericThresholdTranslates a float value into a boolean value, which depends on whether the float value is "in range" or "out of range"
 CObservableA base class which allow observers to attach callbacks to themselves. The callbacks will be called when the observable needs to notify the observers about some state change
 CObservableValueA value that notifies its observers if it gets changed
 COneWireTemperatureUsed to read the temperature from a single 1-Wire temperature sensor. If you have X sensors connected to your ESP, you need to create X instances of this class in main.cpp
 CParamInfo
 CPatternBlinkerA blinker that blinks the LED according to a defined repeating pattern
 CPeriodicBlinkerA base class for periodic blinkers
 CPosition
 CPressRepeaterA transform that takes boolean inputs and adds button behaviors familiar to many device end users
 CPSTI030SentenceParser
 CPSTI032SentenceParser
 CPSTISentenceParser
 CPWMOutputProvides a cross platform mechanism for generating Pulse Width Modulation signals over one or more GPIO pins on the MCU
 CRatioBlinkerA periodic blinker that defines both the on-ratio and the period length
 CRepeatReportEnsures that values that do not change frequently are still reported at a specified maximum silence interval. If the value has not changed in max_silence_interval milliseconds, the current value is emmitted again
 CRgbLedA special device object that can be used to control a multi-channel color rgb LED light using up to 3 digital output channels. A "color" is defined using the standard 24 bit color depth numbers composed of three 8 bit channels for Red, Green, and Blue (see https://techterms.com/definition/rgb)
 CRoundToIntTakes as its input a float, rounds it to the nearest whole number, then outputs it as an int
 CSensESPApp
 CSensESPAppBuilderA class for quickly configuring a SensESP application object before wiring up your sensors
 CSensorThe base class for all sensors. Used only as a base class - never instantiated directly in a project
 CSentenceParser
 CSHT31SHT31 represents an ADAfruit (or compatible) SHT31 temperature & humidity sensor
 CSHT31ValueSHT31Value reads and outputs the specified value of an SHT31 sensor
 CSKDelta
 CSKEmitterA class that produces Signal K output to be forwarded to the Signal K server (if the system is connected to one). Signal K is reported via the as_signalK() method
 CSKListenerAn Obervable class that listens for Signal K stream deltas and notifies any observers of value changes. This serves as a base class for code that needs to listen to the stream, with the most common descendant being SKValueListener
 CSKMetadataHolds Signal K meta data that is associated with the sk_path an SKEmitter class may optionally send to the server. According to the official Signal K specification: "All keys in the Signal K specification must have a description, and where the key is a numeric value it must have units". Thus, any paths that you output that are not already part of the official Signal K specification should have these two fields defined as metadata
 CSKOutputA specialized transform whose primary purpose is to output Signal K data on the Signal K network
 CSKOutputNumericA special class for sending numeric values to the Signal K server on a specific Signal K path
 CSKOutputTime
 CSKPutListenerAn Obervable class that listens for Signal K PUT requests coming over the websocket connection and notifies observers of the change
 CSKPutRequestUsed to send requests to the server to change the value of the specified path to a specific value according to the specification at https://signalk.org/specification/1.5.0/doc/put.html
 CSKPutRequestBaseA base class for all template variations of the PUT request class SKPutRequest. This base class keeps the compiler from generating reduntant object code for common functionality of each template version
 CSKPutRequestListenerAn object that listens for PUT requests to come in for the specified SignalK path. The value is then emitted for further processing
 CSKRequestA base class for all objects that are capable of sending "requests" to the SignalK server (and optionally receiving the responses) according to the specification located at https://signalk.org/specification/1.5.0/doc/request_response.html
 CSKValueListenerAn ValueProducer that listens to specific Signal K paths and emits its value whenever it changes
 CSmartSwitchControllerA high level transform designed to control a digital output (such as a relay) via manual button presses or programatic commands
 CStringSensorA Sensor whose output is a String
 CSymmetricTransformA common type of transform that consumes, transforms, then outputs values of the same data type
 CSystemHzReports the current clock speed of the ESP
 CSystemStatusControllerBase class for a controller that can react to system status events
 CSystemStatusLedConsumes the networking and websocket states and delta counts and updates the device LED accordingly. Inherit this class and override the methods to customize the behavior
 CTextToTruthConsumes a string and outputs boolean "true" if the text represents a human readable version of "true"
 CThresholdTransformA Transform base class that translates the value of type C into value of type P. Base class for classes NumericThreshold and IntegerThreshold
 CTimeStringConsumes a time_t time object and produces a human readable string of the time for UTC in ISO 8601 format
 CTransformThe main Transform class. A transform is identified primarily by the type of value that is produces (i.e. a Transform<float> is a ValueProducer<float> that generates float values)
 CTransformBaseThe base class for all transforms. A transforms takes a value in, transforms it in some way, and outputs the transformed value
 CTruthToTextConsumes a boolean value and outputs one the appropriate truth string specified in the constructor. This is the inverse of TextToTruth
 CTypecastConverts input from one data type to another, then outputs the new type
 CUltrasonicDistanceReads a DYP-A02YYWM-V1.0 (and possibly other types) ultrasonic sensor and outputs the number of microseconds that it takes the sound wave to bounce off an object and return to the sensor
 CUptimeReports the number of seconds since the last restart of the ESP
 CValueConsumerA base class for piece of code (like a transform) that accepts data for input. ValueConsumers can accept one or more input values via the set_input() method. They are connected to ValueProducers via the connect_to() method
 CValueProducerA base class for any sensor or piece of code that outputs a value for consumption elsewhere.
 CVoltageDividerR1Uses the voltage divider formula to calculate (and output) the resistance of R1 in the circuit
 CVoltageDividerR2Uses the voltage divider formula to calculate (and output) the resistance of R2 in the circuit
 CVoltageMultiplierOBSOLETE: Since you can now apply an "output_scale" to the AnalogInput sensor, you don't need this transform anymore. See the description of "output_scale" in analog_input.h
 CWifiSignalReports the current strength of the wifi signal that the ESP is connected to
 CWSClientThe websocket connection to the Signal K server