ManyLabs 5. Embedding Python in Another Application The previous chapters discussed how to extend Python, that is, how to extend the functionality of Python by attaching a library of C functions to it. It is also possible to do it the other way around: enrich your C/C++ application by embedding Python in it. Embedding provides your application with the ability to implement some of the functionality of your application in Python rather than C or C++. This can be used for many purposes; one example would be to allow users to tailor the application to their needs by writing some scripts in Python. You can also use it yourself if some of the functionality can be written in Python more easily. Embedding Python is similar to extending it, but not quite. So if you are embedding Python, you are providing your own main program. A simple demo of embedding Python can be found in the directory Demo/embed/ of the source distribution. See also Python/C API Reference Manual The details of Python’s C interface are given in this manual. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4.
MCP4921 12 bit DAC interfacing with PIC16F877 microcontroller via SPI Connectivity | NBCAFE In any real time project, MCP4921 12 bit DAC interfacing with PIC16F877 microcontroller via SPI Connectivity is very essential. Because in real world most of the input sensors and output devices are analog. So if we want to work with those we need to know the basic interfacing of those sensors and output devices with microcontroller. Here I give you tutorial project on “MCP4921 12 bit DAC interfacing with PIC16F877 microcontroller via SPI Connectivity”. Project description: In this tutorial project we will see how we generate triangular Wave using MCP4921 12 bit DAC. From above picture it is clear that bit 12-15 is used for control word and bit 0 to bit 11 are used for send 12 bit data. Now question is how we maintain that format to send every 12 bit data along with 4 bit control word at MSB? Let take an example if we want to write data via DCAA with output gain 1X and power down control bit. So for that our control word will be Bit 15 = 0 (write to DACA ) Bit 14 = 0 (Un buffered)
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PythonTurtle PIC18F4520: Serial Digital-to-Analog Conversion - Northwestern Mechatronics Wiki Since PIC microcontrollers do not offer analog outputs, a Digital-to-Analog converter (DAC) must be used to output an analog signal. An eight bit digital number can be converted to analog by using eight of the output pins from the PIC MCU to a separate DAC chip, however if more than one conversion is neccessary, this will quickly use up many of the available output pins from the PIC microcontroller, and require extensive wiring. Luckily, there is an easier and more effective way of doing this using I2C communication. Between the start and stop conditions are different bytes of information. C Programming The basic building blocks of programming for I2C communication are shown below. Using these three functions, one can program whatever information is required to the slave device. Example of I2C Communication This example shows how to use I2C to communicate with a DAC. Sample Code Program to output analog voltage via an external DAC First include header file with definitions for specific PIC.
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Matthew McMillan: pyMCU and DS18B20 temperature sensors As part of my Garage Monitor project I am using a Maxim DS18B20 digital temperature sensor with a pyMCU microcontroller. I found lots of pages and sample code for using the DS18B20 with Arduino boards and various other microcontrollers but nothing for the pyMCU. The pyMCU uses a Python library published by the board manufacturer to control it. The DS18B20 uses the 1-Wire communication bus and the pyMCU Python library includes functions for 1-Wire communication called owWrite and owRead. The tricky part is figuring out the command sequence to coax a temperature reading out of the sensor. It took me the better part of three evenings to figure out the sequence of writes and reads. The pyMCU 1-Wire function uses this format: owWrite(pinNum, mode, writeData) The mode value determines if a reset pulse is sent before or after the data. And is the code that I wrote: #! Please leave a comment if you found this helpful.
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