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UV 2 Click Basic Example.


Author: Mark Joyce

Last Updated: 2018-02-11

Category: Measurement

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Basic code for the UV_2 Click.
For mikroC Pro for PIC32
EasyPIC Fusion v7.
Uses the EasyTFT for output.
As there is no example for MikroC Pro for PIC32, and I wanted to use the VEML6075 in a project, I wrote one. Then I thought I would share. It needs some pointers and could be a little more elegant but enjoy.

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