Just finished writing a small C++ class to work with multiple HC-RS04 sonar transducers with a non-blocking way with the NewPing Library.
In this exact code I connected two sensors, but you can add as many as you like.
To add new sonars, just create a new instance of it adding the echo and trigger pins.
Here is an example with some NeoPixels, just for fun:
This week I had to interface two accelerometers (adafruit MMA8451 breakout boards) into one Arduino board.
On Adafruits website, they write that you can address the sensors with 0x1C by adding a pull-down resistor on the “A” pin, or 0x1D by connecting the “3Vo” to a 3V3 source. What they don’t tell is how to use them both at the same time, which gets clear once you take a look at the Adafruit_MMA8451 class within the library file Adafruit_MMA8451.h.
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