Merge branch 'development' into mueller/serialiize-element-coverity

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Robin Müller 2021-04-20 16:38:08 +02:00
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#ifndef TEMPERATURESENSOR_H_
#define TEMPERATURESENSOR_H_
#ifndef FSFW_THERMAL_TEMPERATURESENSOR_H_
#define FSFW_THERMAL_TEMPERATURESENSOR_H_
#include "../thermal/AbstractTemperatureSensor.h"
#include "../datapoolglob/GlobalDataSet.h"
#include "../datapoolglob/GlobalPoolVariable.h"
#include "tcsDefinitions.h"
#include "AbstractTemperatureSensor.h"
#include "../datapoollocal/LocalPoolDataSetBase.h"
#include "../datapoollocal/LocalPoolVariable.h"
#include "../monitoring/LimitMonitor.h"
/**
* @brief This building block handles non-linear value conversion and
* range checks for analog temperature sensors.
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/**
* Instantiate Temperature Sensor Object.
* @param setObjectid objectId of the sensor object
* @param inputValue Input value which is converted to a temperature
* @param poolVariable Pool Variable to store the temperature value
* @param vectorIndex Vector Index for the sensor monitor
* @param parameters Calculation parameters, temperature limits, gradient limit
* @param datapoolId Datapool ID of the output temperature
* @param outputSet Output dataset for the output temperature to fetch it with read()
* @param thermalModule respective thermal module, if it has one
* @param setObjectid objectId of the sensor object
* @param inputTemperature Pointer to a raw input value which is converted to an floating
* point C output temperature
* @param outputGpid Global Pool ID of the output value
* @param vectorIndex Vector Index for the sensor monitor
* @param parameters Calculation parameters, temperature limits, gradient limit
* @param outputSet Output dataset for the output temperature to fetch it with read()
* @param thermalModule Respective thermal module, if it has one
*/
TemperatureSensor(object_id_t setObjectid,
inputType *inputValue, PoolVariableIF *poolVariable,
uint8_t vectorIndex, uint32_t datapoolId, Parameters parameters = {0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0},
GlobDataSet *outputSet = NULL, ThermalModuleIF *thermalModule = NULL) :
TemperatureSensor(object_id_t setObjectid,lp_var_t<limitType>* inputTemperature,
gp_id_t outputGpid, uint8_t vectorIndex, Parameters parameters = {0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0},
LocalPoolDataSetBase *outputSet = nullptr, ThermalModuleIF *thermalModule = nullptr) :
AbstractTemperatureSensor(setObjectid, thermalModule), parameters(parameters),
inputValue(inputValue), poolVariable(poolVariable),
outputTemperature(datapoolId, outputSet, PoolVariableIF::VAR_WRITE),
sensorMonitor(setObjectid, DOMAIN_ID_SENSOR,
GlobalDataPool::poolIdAndPositionToPid(poolVariable->getDataPoolId(), vectorIndex),
inputTemperature(inputTemperature),
outputTemperature(outputGpid, outputSet, PoolVariableIF::VAR_WRITE),
sensorMonitor(setObjectid, DOMAIN_ID_SENSOR, outputGpid,
DEFAULT_CONFIRMATION_COUNT, parameters.lowerLimit, parameters.upperLimit,
TEMP_SENSOR_LOW, TEMP_SENSOR_HIGH),
oldTemperature(20), uptimeOfOldTemperature( { INVALID_TEMPERATURE, 0 }) {
oldTemperature(20), uptimeOfOldTemperature({ thermal::INVALID_TEMPERATURE, 0 }) {
}
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private:
void setInvalid() {
outputTemperature = INVALID_TEMPERATURE;
outputTemperature = thermal::INVALID_TEMPERATURE;
outputTemperature.setValid(false);
uptimeOfOldTemperature.tv_sec = INVALID_UPTIME;
sensorMonitor.setToInvalid();
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UsedParameters parameters;
inputType * inputValue;
PoolVariableIF *poolVariable;
gp_float_t outputTemperature;
lp_var_t<limitType>* inputTemperature;
lp_var_t<float> outputTemperature;
LimitMonitor<limitType> sensorMonitor;
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timeval uptimeOfOldTemperature;
void doChildOperation() {
if (!poolVariable->isValid()
|| !healthHelper.healthTable->isHealthy(getObjectId())) {
ReturnValue_t result = inputTemperature->read(MutexIF::TimeoutType::WAITING, 20);
if(result != HasReturnvaluesIF::RETURN_OK) {
return;
}
if ((not inputTemperature->isValid()) or
(not healthHelper.healthTable->isHealthy(getObjectId()))) {
setInvalid();
return;
}
outputTemperature = calculateOutputTemperature(*inputValue);
outputTemperature = calculateOutputTemperature(inputTemperature->value);
outputTemperature.setValid(PoolVariableIF::VALID);
timeval uptime;
Clock::getUptime(&uptime);
if (uptimeOfOldTemperature.tv_sec != INVALID_UPTIME) {
//In theory, we could use an AbsValueMonitor to monitor the gradient.
//But this would require storing the maxGradient in DP and quite some overhead.
//The concept of delta limits is a bit strange anyway.
// In theory, we could use an AbsValueMonitor to monitor the gradient.
// But this would require storing the maxGradient in DP and quite some overhead.
// The concept of delta limits is a bit strange anyway.
float deltaTime;
float deltaTemp;
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}
if (parameters.gradient < deltaTemp / deltaTime) {
triggerEvent(TEMP_SENSOR_GRADIENT);
//Don't set invalid, as we did not recognize it as invalid with full authority, let FDIR handle it
// Don't set invalid, as we did not recognize it as invalid with full authority,
// let FDIR handle it
}
}
//Check is done against raw limits. SHOULDDO: Why? Using <20>C would be more easy to handle.
sensorMonitor.doCheck(outputTemperature.value);
if (sensorMonitor.isOutOfLimits()) {
uptimeOfOldTemperature.tv_sec = INVALID_UPTIME;
outputTemperature.setValid(PoolVariableIF::INVALID);
outputTemperature = INVALID_TEMPERATURE;
outputTemperature = thermal::INVALID_TEMPERATURE;
} else {
oldTemperature = outputTemperature;
uptimeOfOldTemperature = uptime;
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static const uint16_t ADDRESS_C = 2;
static const uint16_t ADDRESS_GRADIENT = 3;
static const uint16_t DEFAULT_CONFIRMATION_COUNT = 1; //!< Changed due to issue with later temperature checking even tough the sensor monitor was confirming already (Was 10 before with comment = Correlates to a 10s confirmation time. Chosen rather large, should not be so bad for components and helps survive glitches.)
//! Changed due to issue with later temperature checking even tough the sensor monitor was
//! confirming already (Was 10 before with comment = Correlates to a 10s confirmation time.
//! Chosen rather large, should not be so bad for components and helps survive glitches.)
static const uint16_t DEFAULT_CONFIRMATION_COUNT = 1;
static const uint8_t DOMAIN_ID_SENSOR = 1;
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};
#endif /* TEMPERATURESENSOR_H_ */
#endif /* FSFW_THERMAL_TEMPERATURESENSOR_H_ */