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Control GPIOs on A10-Olinuxino-Lime.

Project description

This package provides class to control the GPIO on A10-OLinuXino-Lime Current release does no support any peripheral functions.

Example

Typical usage:

>>>import A10Lime as lime

# Initialize module
>>>lime.init()

# Read configuration of GPIO
>>>lime.getcfg(lime.PC3)
# or you can use
>>>lime.getcfg(lime.PIN1_29)

# You can address GPIO either by pin numeration or port name
# For example PG0 pin on GPIO-1 connector can be accessed with lime.PG0 or lime.PIN1_5

# Set configuration
>>>lime.setcfg(lime.PC3, lime.OUTPUT)
>>>lime.setcfg(lime.PC3, lime.INPUT)

# Set output level
>>>lime.output(lime.PC3, lime.HIGH)
>>>lime.output(lime.PC3, lime.LOW)

# Read input state
>>>lime.input(lime.PC3)

# Read detailed info about pin
>>>lime.info(lime.PC3)
>>>lime.info(lime.PIN1_29)

Warning

Before using this tool it is HIGHLY RECOMENDED to check A10-Olinuxino-Lime schematic.

Changelog

  • pyA10Lime 0.1.0 (2014-01-23)
    • Initial release

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