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Control GPIOs on OLinuXino-A20.

Project description

This package provides class to control the GPIO on Olinuxino A20.
Current release does no support any peripheral functions.

Example
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Typical usage::

#!/usr/bin/env python

import A20_GPIO as GPIO

The 'x' in the example below represents the number of the extension connector, and 'y' is the pin number on the connector.

#init module
GPIO.init()

#configure module
GPIO.setcfg(PINx_y, GPIO.OUTPUT)
GPIO.setcfg(PINx_y, GPIO.INPUT)

#read the current GPIO configuration
config = GPIO.getcfg(PINx_y)

#set GPIO high
GPIO.output(PINx_y, GPIO.HIGH)

#set GPIO low
GPIO.output(PINx_y, GPIO.LOW)

#read input
state = GPIO.input(PINx_y)

#cleanup
GPIO.cleanup()


Warning
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Before using this tool it is HIGHLY RECOMENDED to check Olinuxino
A20 schematic.

Changelog
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* pyA20 0.1.0 (2013-08-21)
* Initial release
* pyA20 0.1.3 (2013-08-23)
* Fixed wrong distribution uploaded
* pyA20 0.1.4 (2013-09-13)
* changed pin GPIOs reference to PINx_y (where x is number of connector, y - number of pin on the connector) instead of old PIN_Pnx (where n was the name of the PORT, x - number of the pin on the PORT)

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