Driver AT Commands

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AT+DRVADC: Read ADC Channel Value

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVADC=<channel>,<atten>

Response:

+DRVADC:<raw data>
OK

Parameters

  • <channel>: ADC1 channel. Range: 0 ~ 7. See datasheets for corresponding pins.
  • <atten>: attenuation.
    • 0: 0 dB attenuation gives full-scale voltage 1.1 V.
    • 1: 2.5 dB attenuation gives full-scale voltage 1.5 V.
    • 2: 6 dB attenuation gives full-scale voltage 2.2 V.
    • 3: 11 dB attenuation gives full-scale voltage 3.9 V.
  • <raw data>: ADC channel value. The voltage value is raw_data/2 width * atten.

Notes

  • ESP-AT only supports ADC1.
  • ESP32 and ESP32-C3 support 12-bit width.

Example

AT+DRVADC=0,0   // ADC1 0 channel, voltage: 0 ~ 1.1 V
+DRVADC:2048    // For ESP32 and ESP32-C3, the voltage is 2048 / 4096 * 1.1 = 0.55

OK

AT+DRVPWMINIT: Initialize PWM Driver

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVPWMINIT=<freq>,<duty_res>,<ch0_gpio>[,...,<ch3_gpio>]

Response:

OK

Parameters

  • <freq>: LEDC timer frequency. Unit: Hz. Range: 1 Hz ~ 8 MHz.
  • <duty_res>: LEDC channel duty resolution. Range: 0 ~ 20 bits.
  • <chx_gpio>: LEDC output GPIO number of channel x. For example, if you want to use GPIO16 as channel 0, set <ch0_gpio> to 16.

Notes

  • AT can support a maximum of 4 channels.
  • The number of channels that you initialize using this command will determine how many channels you can set using other PWM commands, including AT+DRVPWMDUTY and AT+DRVPWMFADE. For example, if you initialize two channels, you can only change the two channels’ PWM duty using command AT+DRVPWMDUTY.
  • The frequency and the duty resolution are interdependent. See Supported Range of Frequency and Duty Resolutions for more details.

Example

AT+DRVPWMINIT=5000,13,17,16,18,19  // set 4 channels; frequency: 5 kHz; duty resolution: 13 bits
AT+DRVPWMINIT=10000,10,17          // only use channel 0, frequency: 10 kHz; duty resolution: 10 bits; other PMW commands can only set one channel

AT+DRVPWMDUTY: Set PWM Duty

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVPWMDUTY=<ch0_duty>[,...,<ch3_duty>]

Response:

OK

Parameter

  • <duty>: LEDC channel duty. Range: [0,2 duty_resolution].

Notes

  • AT can support a maximum of 4 channels.
  • If you do not want to set <duty> for a specific channel, just omit it.

Example

AT+DRVPWMDUTY=255,512   // set channel 0 to duty 255, set channel 1 to duty 512
AT+DRVPWMDUTY=,,0       // set channel 2 to duty 0

AT+DRVPWMFADE: Set PWM Fade

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVPWMFADE=<ch0_target_duty>,<ch0_fade_time>[,...,<ch3_target_duty>,<ch3_fade_time>]

Response:

OK

Parameters

  • <target_duty>: target duty of fading. Range: [0, 2 duty_resolution–1].
  • <fade_time>: the maximum time of fading. Unit: millisecond.

Notes

  • AT can support a maximum of 4 channels.
  • If you do not want to set <target_duty> and <fade_time> for a specific channel, just omit them.

Example

AT+DRVPWMFADE=,,0,1000           // use one second to change channel 1 duty to 0
AT+DRVPWMFADE=1024,1000,0,2000,  // use one second time to change channel 0 duty to 1024, two seconds to change channel 1 duty to 0

AT+DRVI2CINIT: Initialize I2C Master Driver

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVI2CINIT=<num>,<scl_io>,<sda_io>,<clock>

Response:

OK

Parameters

  • <num>: I2C port number. Range: 0 ~ 1. If the following parameters are not set, AT will deinitialize the I2C port.
  • <scl_io>: GPIO number for I2C SCL signal.
  • <sda_io>: GPIO number for I2C SDA signal.
  • <clock>: I2C clock frequency for master mode. Unit: Hz. Maximum: 1 MHz.

Note

  • This command only supports I2C masters.

Example

AT+DRVI2CINIT=0,25,26,1000  // initialize I2C0; GPIO25 is SCL; GPIO26 is SDA; I2C clock is 1 kHz
AT+DRVI2CINIT=0             // deinitialize I2C0

AT+DRVI2CRD: Read I2C Data

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVI2CRD=<num>,<address>,<length>

Response:

+DRVI2CRD:<read data>
OK

Parameters

  • <num>: I2C port number. Range: 0 ~ 1.
  • <address>: I2C slave device address.
    • 7-bit address: 0 ~ 0x7F.
    • 10-bit address: The first seven bits of the first byte are the combination 1111 0XX of which the last two bits (XX) are the two Most Significant Bits (MSBs) of the 10-bit address. For example, if the 10-bit address is 0x2FF (b’1011111111), the input address should be 0x7AFF (b’111101011111111).
  • <length>: I2C data length. Range: 1 ~ 2048.
  • <read data>: I2C data.

Note

  • I2C transmission timeout is one second.

Example

AT+DRVI2CRD=0,0x34,1     // I2C0 reads one byte data from address 0x34
AT+DRVI2CRD=0,0x7AFF,1   // I2C0 reads one byte data from 10-bit address 0x2FF

// I2C0 reads address 0x34, register address 0x27, read 2 bytes
AT+DRVI2CWRBYTES=0,0x34,1,0x27     // I2C0 first writes device address 0x34, register address 0x27
AT+DRVI2CRD=0,0x34,2               // I2C0 reads 2 bytes

AT+DRVI2CWRDATA: Write I2C Data

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVI2CWRDATA=<num>,<address>,<length>

Response:

OK
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This response indicates that you should enter the data you want to write. When the requirement of data length is met, the data transmission starts.

If the data is transmitted successfully, AT returns:

OK

If the data transmission fails, AT returns:

ERROR

Parameters

  • <num>: I2C port number. Range: 0 ~ 1.
  • <address>: I2C slave device address.
    • 7-bit address: 0 ~ 0x7F.
    • 10-bit address: The first seven bits of the first byte are the combination 1111 0XX of which the last two bits (XX) are the two Most Significant Bits (MSBs) of the 10-bit address. For example, if the 10-bit address is 0x2FF (b’1011111111), the input address should be 0x7AFF (b’111101011111111).
  • <length>: I2C data length. Range: 1 ~ 2048.

Note

  • I2C transmission timeout is one second.

Example

AT+DRVI2CWRDATA=0,0x34,10   // I2C0 writes 10 bytes data to address 0x34

AT+DRVI2CWRBYTES: Write No More Than 4 Bytes I2C Data

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVI2CWRBYTES=<num>,<address>,<length>,<data>

Response:

OK

Parameters

  • <num>: I2C port number. Range: 0 ~ 1.
  • <address>: I2C slave device address.
    • 7-bit address: 0 ~ 0x7F.
    • 10-bit address: The first seven bits of the first byte are the combination 1111 0XX of which the last two bits (XX) are the two Most Significant Bits (MSBs) of the 10-bit address. For example, if the 10-bit address is 0x2FF (b’1011111111), the input address should be 0x7AFF (b’111101011111111).
  • <length>: the length of the I2C data you want to write. Range: 1 ~ 4 bytes.
  • <data>: the data of <length> long. Range: 0 ~ 0xFFFFFFFF.

Note

  • I2C transmission timeout is one second.

Example

AT+DRVI2CWRBYTES=0,0x34,2,0x1234     // I2C0 writes 2 bytes data 0x1234 to address 0x34
AT+DRVI2CWRBYTES=0,0x7AFF,2,0x1234   // I2C0 writes 2 bytes data 0x1234 to 10-bit address 0x2FF

// I2C0 writes address 0x34; register address: 0x27; data: c0xFF
AT+DRVI2CWRBYTES=0,0x34,2,0x27FF

AT+DRVSPICONFGPIO: Configure SPI GPIO

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVSPICONFGPIO=<mosi>,<miso>,<sclk>,<cs>

Response:

OK

Parameters

  • <mosi>: GPIO pin for Master Out Slave In signal.
  • <miso>: GPIO pin for Master In Slave Out signal, or -1 if not used.
  • <sclk>: GPIO pin for SPI Clock signal.
  • <cs>: GPIO pin for slave selection signal, or -1 if not used.

AT+DRVSPIINIT: Initialize SPI Master Driver

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVSPIINIT=<clock>,<mode>,<cmd_bit>,<addr_bit>,<dma_chan>[,bits_msb]

Response:

OK

Parameters

  • <clock>: Clock speed, divisors of 80 MHz. Unit: Hz. Maximum: 40 MHz.
  • <mode>: SPI mode. Range: 0 ~ 3.
  • <cmd_bit>: Default amount of bits in command phase. Range: 0 ~ 16.
  • <addr_bit>: Default amount of bits in address phase. Range: 0 ~ 64.
  • <dma_chan>: Either channel 1 or 2, or 0 in the case when no DMA is required.
  • <bits_msb>: SPI data format:
    • Bit0:
      • 0: Transmit MSB first (default).
      • 1: Transmit LSB first.
    • Bit1:
      • 0: Receive data MSB first (default).
      • 1: Receive data LSB first.

Note

  • You should configure SPI GPIO before SPI initialization.

Example

AT+DRVSPIINIT=102400,0,0,0,0,3 // SPI clock: 100 kHz; mode: 0; both command and address bits are 0; not use DMA; transmit and receive LSB first
OK
AT+DRVSPIINIT=0   // delete SPI Driver
OK

AT+DRVSPIRD: Read SPI Data

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVSPIRD=<data_len>[,<cmd>,<cmd_len>][,<addr>,<addr_len>]

Response:

+DRVSPIRD:<read data>
OK

Parameters

  • <data_len>: length of SPI data you want to read. Range: 1 ~ 4092 bytes.
  • <cmd>: command data. The length of the data is set in <cmd_len>.
  • <cmd_len>: command length in this transaction. Range: 0 ~ 2 bytes.
  • <addr>: command address. The length of the address is set in <addr_len>.
  • <addr_len>: The address length in this transaction. Range: 0 ~ 4 bytes.

Note

  • If you don’t use DMA, the maximum <data_len> you can set is 64 bytes each time.

Example

AT+DRVSPIRD=2  // read 2 bytes data
+DRVI2CREAD:ffff
OK

AT+DRVSPIRD=2,0x03,1,0x001000,3  // read 2 bytes data; <cmd> is 0x03; <cmd_len> is 1 byte; <addr> is 0x1000; <addr_len> is 3 bytes
+DRVI2CREAD:ffff
OK

AT+DRVSPIWR: Write SPI Data

Set Command

Command:

AT+DRVSPIWR=<data_len>[,<cmd>,<cmd_len>][,<addr>,<addr_len>]

Response:

When <data_len> is larger than 0, AT returns:

OK
>

This response indicates that you should enter the data you want to write. When the requirement of data length is met, the data transmission starts.

If the data is transmitted successfully, AT returns:

OK

When <data_len> is equal to 0, which means AT transmits commands and addresses only, and no SPI data, AT returns:

OK

Parameters

  • <data_len>: SPI data length. Range: 0 ~ 4092.
  • <cmd>: command data. The length of the data is set in <cmd_len>.
  • <cmd_len>: command length in this transaction. Range: 0 ~ 2 bytes.
  • <addr>: command address. The length of the address is set in <addr_len>.
  • <addr_len>: The address length in this transaction. Range: 0 ~ 4 bytes.

Note

  • If you don’t use DMA, the maximum <data_len> you can set is 64 bytes each time.

Example

AT+DRVSPIWR=2  // write 2 bytes data
OK
>              // begin receiving serial data
OK

AT+DRVSPIWR=0,0x03,1,0x001000,3  // write 0 byte data; <cmd> is 0x03; <cmd_len> is 1 byte; <addr> is 0x1000; <addr_len> is 3 bytes
OK