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Python Cheerled API

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Description

This library provides an API to send messages to a SLC16H-IR/Cheer-led device. This device is a programmable LED Array suitable for shop signs and event halls.

Included Programs

cheer-text [-f FileNo] [-c Colour] [-a Animation] [-f Font] [-b Beep[1-3]] [-s Speed[1-8]] TextLine1 [TextLine2,%time,%date]

cheer-graphic [-f FileNo] GraphicNumber

cheer-timed-file TimerId [-f FileNoToDisplay] HH:MM:SS [-w Weekdays(default all)]

cheer-hour-alarm [Yes/no]

cheer-auto-on HH:MM:SS

cheer-auto-off HH:MM:SS

cheer-update-time

How to Use

Install requirements:

python pyserial (aka python-serial)

A working SLC16H based device connected via serial or usb.

Make sure you have identified which tty device the SLC16H is connected to, such as /dev/tty0 or /dev/ttyUSB0 depending on the connection method.

Run the script or program against the interface using the scripts as examples.

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