@Victor-Lucio Supposedly you know the I2C slave address of your sensor module and it is 0x70. Right?
(Maybe the 0xE0 slave address belongs to another version of this sensor/module/device.)
Reading the Status:
Master writes to Slave: address 0x70, getStatus command 0x0C, maybe 4 dummy bytes (?!) and a CRC byte.
Master reads from Slave: address 0x71, no data/register address - Slave sends 6 Data bytes and a CRC byte.
As I wrote above Omega2's i2cget is not able to read multiple bytes from an I2C slave which doesn't have any register address.
So you have to write a program.
Sorry, I don't know this sensor and unfortunately I don't have such sensor - so maybe i'm wrong.
And the available "datasheets" on the net are fairly funny - or probably I'm not clever enough.
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The Omega2 was designed with the goals of:
minimizing the size of the device
making it easy to access the I/Os
A 2mm pitch for the headers was used to fit 32 pins on the tiny 42 x 26mm footprint.
We did not want to compromise on the size or the I/Os offered, and by extension the functionality of the device.
If the pin spacing is an issue for you, we have a few recommendations based on your goals:
If you're looking to connect your Omega2 directly to a 2.54mm pitch breadboard, we recommend our Breadboard Dock.
If you just need to wire out a few pins to an external circuit, any of the Omega2 Docks with an Expansion Header will be work
This includes the Expansion Dock, Power Dock, Arduino Dock, even the Breadboard Dock if you have male-female jumpers.
If you're looking to use the Omega2 with your own custom hardware, we recommend the surface-mount Omega2S
If you would like to participate in beta testing this project you can apply here
Dec 6 2019 - Official Firmware Available
Official firmware for the Omega2 Dash is now available!
If you have a beta unit, follow these instructions to upgrade to the official firmware:
Make sure your Omega2 Dash is connected to the internet
Back up any files that you don't want to lose! The upgrade will erase everything on the filesystem
Run the following commands:
sysupgrade -F -n -v omega2dash-v0.3.2-b233.bin
Dec 6 2019
We've put together an program that can serve as the starting for Omega2 Dash programs using the LittleV Graphics Library.