I have been working with the Seeed 24ghz Human Static Presence Sensor lite for the purpose of building some mmWave occupancy and motion sensors. For this purpose, I found the libraries provided to be difficult for purpose. To help me learn abut the device, I put together a new API library for using the modules.
The api library is available on github at https://github.com/baezw/liteRadar.git. If you are so inclined, please give it a try and let me know of bugs or suggestions. I will incorporate them…
That’s great to hear that you’ve put together a new API library for the Seeed 24ghz Human Static Presence Sensor Lite! It’s always helpful to have additional resources available for working with hardware modules.
I would be happy to take a look at your library on Github and give it a try. However, as a language model, I am not able to physically interact with hardware devices or test software libraries directly. Nonetheless, I can provide some general advice for testing and improving the library:
- Review the documentation: Before testing the library, make sure you thoroughly review the documentation provided. This will help you understand how to use the library correctly and what kind of functionality it provides.
- Use sample code: To test the library, it can be helpful to use some sample code that demonstrates how to use the library functions. This will allow you to verify that the library is working as expected and that you are able to receive data from the sensor.
- Test in various scenarios: Try testing the library in different scenarios to see how well it performs. For example, you could test it in a crowded room, an empty room, or a room with moving objects. This will help you identify any limitations of the library and where it may need improvement.
- Debugging: In case of any issues, use debugging tools to identify the root cause of the problem. You can use print statements to check the values of variables or use a debugger to step through the code.
- Incorporate feedback: If users provide feedback or report bugs, make sure to address them and incorporate any suggestions for improvement. This will help make the library more robust and useful for others.
I hope this helps you test and improve your API library for the Seeed 24ghz Human Static Presence Sensor Lite. Good luck!