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Interface to Q.instruments BioShake devices.

Project description

This Python package (bioshake_device) creates a class named BioshakeDevice, which contains an instance of serial_device2.SerialDevice and adds methods to it to interface to Q.instruments BioShake devices.

Authors:

Peter Polidoro <polidorop@janelia.hhmi.org>

License:

BSD

Example Usage:

from bioshake_device import BioshakeDevice
dev = BioshakeDevice() # Might automatically find device if one available
# if it is not found automatically, specify port directly
dev = BioshakeDevice(port='/dev/ttyUSB0') # Linux
dev = BioshakeDevice(port='/dev/tty.usbmodem262471') # Mac OS X
dev = BioshakeDevice(port='COM3') # Windows
dev.get_description()
dev.shake_on(speed_target=1000) # speed_target (rpm)
dev.get_shake_actual_speed()
dev.shake_off()
dev.temp_on(temp_target=45) # temp_target (°C)
dev.get_temp_actual()
dev.temp_off()
devs = BioshakeDevices()  # Might automatically find all available devices
# if they are not found automatically, specify ports to use
devs = BioshakeDevices(use_ports=['/dev/ttyUSB0','/dev/ttyUSB1']) # Linux
devs = BioshakeDevices(use_ports=['/dev/tty.usbmodem262471','/dev/tty.usbmodem262472']) # Mac OS X
devs = BioshakeDevices(use_ports=['COM3','COM4']) # Windows
dev = devs[0]

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