API for the Attys DAQ box (www.attys.tech)
Attys is a lightweight bluetooth DAQ box which can measure anything from temperature to ECG.
Required packages under Linux
For Ubuntu Linux install attyscomm attyscomm-dev:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:berndporr/attys sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install attyscomm attyscomm-dev
For other Linux flavours install them from souce:
Quick start guide
Here are the basic steps how to use the API:
# load the module import pyattyscomm # Gets the AttysScan class which scans for Attys via bluetooth s = pyattyscomm.AttysScan() # Scan for Attys s.scan() # get the 1st Attys c = s.getAttysComm(0) # if an attys has been found c points to it. Otherwise it's None. # Start data acquisition in the background c.start() # Now we just read data at our convenience in a loop or timer or thread # if data is available you can read it from the ringBuffer while (not c.hasSampleAvilabale()): # do something else or nothing # getting a sample (array of all Attys channels) sample = c.getSampleFromBuffer() # do something with the sample print(sample) # rinse and repeat!
Query it via the python help system:
import pyattyscomm help(pyattyscomm.AttysScan) help(pyattyscomm.AttysComm)
The Python classes have been generated with SWIG. The header files AttysComm.h and AttysScan.h provide detailed info about the classes:
On github are two python demos: one which prints the ADC data to the screen and one which plots it with matplotlib.
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