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By sharadregoti15
#79922 the sensor gives proper values when in use arduino uno.
but using nodemcu it gives 1 correct result then 3 incorrect values
This is the code i have used

i have connected jumper wire for 3 wire rtd sensor on max31865


max31865 nodemcu
vin 3.3
gnd gnd
3v3 nc
clk d5
sdo d6
sdi d7
cs d8
drdy nc
Code: Select all#include <SPI.h>

  This is a library for the Adafruit PT100/P1000 RTD Sensor w/MAX31865

  Designed specifically to work with the Adafruit RTD Sensor

  This sensor uses SPI to communicate, 4 pins are required to
  Adafruit invests time and resources providing this open source code,
  please support Adafruit and open-source hardware by purchasing
  products from Adafruit!

  Written by Limor Fried/Ladyada for Adafruit Industries.
  BSD license, all text above must be included in any redistribution

#include <Adafruit_MAX31865.h>

// Use software SPI: CS, DI, DO, CLK
Adafruit_MAX31865 max1 = Adafruit_MAX31865(15, 13, 12, 14);
// use hardware SPI, just pass in the CS pin
//Adafruit_MAX31865 max1 = Adafruit_MAX31865(10);

// The value of the Rref resistor. Use 430.0 for PT100 and 4300.0 for PT1000
#define RREF      430.0
// The 'nominal' 0-degrees-C resistance of the sensor
// 100.0 for PT100, 1000.0 for PT1000
#define RNOMINAL  100.0

void setup() {
  Serial.println("Adafruit MAX31865 PT100 Sensor Test!");
  SPI.begin();  /* begin SPI */
  max1.begin(MAX31865_3WIRE);  // set to 2WIRE or 4WIRE as necessary

void loop() {
  uint16_t rtd = max1.readRTD();

  Serial.print("RTD value: "); Serial.println(rtd);
  float ratio = rtd;
  ratio /= 32768;
  Serial.print("Ratio = "); Serial.println(ratio, 8);
  Serial.print("Resistance = "); Serial.println(RREF * ratio, 8);
  Serial.print("Temperature = "); Serial.println(max1.temperature(RNOMINAL, RREF));

  // Check and print any faults
  uint8_t fault = max1.readFault();
  if (fault) {
    Serial.print("Fault 0x"); Serial.println(fault, HEX);
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_HIGHTHRESH) {
      Serial.println("RTD High Threshold");
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_LOWTHRESH) {
      Serial.println("RTD Low Threshold");
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_REFINLOW) {
      Serial.println("REFIN- > 0.85 x Bias");
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_REFINHIGH) {
      Serial.println("REFIN- < 0.85 x Bias - FORCE- open");
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_RTDINLOW) {
      Serial.println("RTDIN- < 0.85 x Bias - FORCE- open");
    if (fault & MAX31865_FAULT_OVUV) {
      Serial.println("Under/Over voltage");
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By Lucki1000
#94552 Hi guys!

(sorry for not presenting, but not the time at this moment :mrgreen: )

I had exactly the same issue with the strict same wiring (lol). Moving CS from D8 to D2 solved it! I think we both used a deprecated definition for pinout without RX2/TX2

Thanks for the help!