Error on using OneWire library

  • Dear All,
    I started to use Sony Spresense instead of Arduino.
    I am trying to use OneWire library for DS18S20 temperature
    It returns multiple errors.

    error: no matching function for call to 'OneWire::OneWire

    candidate: constexpr OneWire::OneWire(const OneWire&)

    exit status 1
    void value not ignored as it ought to be


    Also, please can anyone to show me an example for defining digital pins.
    For example D05
    is this correct?
    OneWire ds(digitalPinToInterrupt (05), connect, RISING);

    I appreciate you kind concerns about these issues.

    Thank you

  • DeveloperWorld

    Hi @niro

    It would be good if you could share both your sketch and information on where you got the library.

    But anyway. The pins for the Arudino IDE used in Spresense are defined in (using Ubuntu):

    The names lookes like this:

    // Digital pins - 0x0N
    #define PIN_D00     _DIGITAL_PIN(0)
    #define PIN_D01     _DIGITAL_PIN(1)
    #define PIN_D02     _DIGITAL_PIN(2)
    #define PIN_D03     _DIGITAL_PIN(3)
    #define PIN_D04     _DIGITAL_PIN(4)
    #define PIN_D05     _DIGITAL_PIN(5)
    #define PIN_D06     _DIGITAL_PIN(6)
    #define PIN_D07     _DIGITAL_PIN(7)
    #define PIN_D08     _DIGITAL_PIN(8)
    #define PIN_D09     _DIGITAL_PIN(9)
    #define PIN_D10     _DIGITAL_PIN(10)
    #define PIN_D11     _DIGITAL_PIN(11)
    #define PIN_D12     _DIGITAL_PIN(12)
    #define PIN_D13     _DIGITAL_PIN(13)
    #define PIN_D14     _DIGITAL_PIN(14)
    #define PIN_D15     _DIGITAL_PIN(15)
    #define PIN_D16     _DIGITAL_PIN(16)
    #define PIN_D17     _DIGITAL_PIN(17)
    #define PIN_D18     _DIGITAL_PIN(18)
    #define PIN_D19     _DIGITAL_PIN(19)
    #define PIN_D20     _DIGITAL_PIN(20)
    #define PIN_D21     _DIGITAL_PIN(21)
    #define PIN_D22     _DIGITAL_PIN(22)
    #define PIN_D23     _DIGITAL_PIN(23)
    #define PIN_D24     _DIGITAL_PIN(24)
    #define PIN_D25     _DIGITAL_PIN(25)
    #define PIN_D26     _DIGITAL_PIN(26)
    #define PIN_D27     _DIGITAL_PIN(27)
    #define PIN_D28     _DIGITAL_PIN(28)
    #define PIN_D29     _DIGITAL_PIN(29)
    #define PIN_D30     _DIGITAL_PIN(30)
    #define PIN_D31     _DIGITAL_PIN(31)
    #define PIN_D32     _DIGITAL_PIN(32)
    #define PIN_D33     _DIGITAL_PIN(33)
    #define PIN_D34     _DIGITAL_PIN(34)
    #define PIN_D35     _DIGITAL_PIN(35)
    #define PIN_D36     _DIGITAL_PIN(36)
    #define PIN_D37     _DIGITAL_PIN(37)
    #define PIN_D38     _DIGITAL_PIN(38)
    #define PIN_D39     _DIGITAL_PIN(39)
    #define PIN_D40     _DIGITAL_PIN(40)
    #define PIN_D41     _DIGITAL_PIN(41)
    #define PIN_D42     _DIGITAL_PIN(42)
    #define PIN_D43     _DIGITAL_PIN(43)
    #define PIN_D44     _DIGITAL_PIN(44)
    // LED - 0x4N
    #define PIN_LED0    _LED_PIN(0)
    #define PIN_LED1    _LED_PIN(1)
    #define PIN_LED2    _LED_PIN(2)
    #define PIN_LED3    _LED_PIN(3)
    #define LED_BUILTIN0 (PIN_LED0)
    #define LED_BUILTIN1 (PIN_LED1)
    #define LED_BUILTIN2 (PIN_LED2)
    #define LED_BUILTIN3 (PIN_LED3)
    static const uint8_t LED0 = PIN_LED0;
    static const uint8_t LED1 = PIN_LED1;
    static const uint8_t LED2 = PIN_LED2;
    static const uint8_t LED3 = PIN_LED3;
    #define PIN_PWM_0   PIN_D06
    #define PIN_PWM_1   PIN_D05
    #define PIN_PWM_2   PIN_D09
    #define PIN_PWM_3   PIN_D03
    // Analog pins - 0x8N
    #define PIN_A0      _ANALOG_PIN(0)
    #define PIN_A1      _ANALOG_PIN(1)
    #define PIN_A2      _ANALOG_PIN(2)
    #define PIN_A3      _ANALOG_PIN(3)
    #define PIN_A4      _ANALOG_PIN(4)
    #define PIN_A5      _ANALOG_PIN(5)
    static const uint8_t A0 = PIN_A0;
    static const uint8_t A1 = PIN_A1;
    static const uint8_t A2 = PIN_A2;
    static const uint8_t A3 = PIN_A3;
    static const uint8_t A4 = PIN_A4;
    static const uint8_t A5 = PIN_A5;

  • Hi @TE-KarlKomierowski

    Thank you very much for your reply.

    I would like to share the sketch. I downloaded the library from Arduino Manage libraries.
    This is my sketch,

    #include <OneWire.h>
    //int DS18S20_Pin;
    int DS18S20_Pin = attachInterrupt (digitalPinToInterrupt (05), connect, RISING); //DS18S20 Signal pin on 
    //x = digitalPinToInterrupt (D07);
    //attachInterrupt (x, ISR, mode);
    //int DS18S20_Pin = PIN_D07;
    //Temperature chip i/o
    OneWire ds(digitalPinToInterrupt (05), connect, RISING);  // on digital pin 2
    void setup(void) {
    void loop(void) {
      float temperature = getTemp();
      delay(1000); //just here to slow down the output so it is easier to read
    float getTemp(){
      //returns the temperature from one DS18S20 in DEG Celsius
      byte data[12];
      byte addr[8];
      if ( ! {
          //no more sensors on chain, reset search
          return -1000;
      if ( OneWire::crc8( addr, 7) != addr[7]) {
          Serial.println("CRC is not valid!");
          return -1000;
      if ( addr[0] != 0x10 && addr[0] != 0x28) {
          Serial.print("Device is not recognized");
          return -1000;
      ds.write(0x44,1); // start conversion, with parasite power on at the end
      byte present = ds.reset();;
      ds.write(0xBE); // Read Scratchpad
      for (int i = 0; i < 9; i++) { // we need 9 bytes
        data[i] =;
      byte MSB = data[1];
      byte LSB = data[0];
      float tempRead = ((MSB << 8) | LSB); //using two's compliment
      float TemperatureSum = tempRead / 16;
      return TemperatureSum;

    This is simple sketch given by DFRobot temperature sensor.
    The information are taken from the below link,

    I appreciate your kind support.

    Thank you!

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