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My Raspberry PI notes (in PL) from my RRUG.pl talk

RRUG#12 notatki o RaspberryPi

pins = [ 14, 15, 18, 23, 24, 25, 8, 7 ]
  1. Sprzęt (obrazki pin outu!)
  2. (WiringPi)
  3. RPi_GPIO
  • IN piny on/off
  require 'rpi_gpio'
  RPi::GPIO.set_numbering :bcm
  RPi::GPIO.setup 14, as: :output
  RPi::GPIO.set_high 14
  RPi::GPIO.set_low 14
  • OUT button
  require 'rpi_gpio'
  RPi::GPIO.set_numbering :bcm

  RPi::GPIO.setup 10, as: :input
  ls RPi::GPIO
  RPi::GPIO.high? 10
  • czyszczenie pinów
    • RPi::GPIO.clean_up 14
    • RPi::GPIO.reset
  • PWM
  require 'rpi_gpio'
  RPi::GPIO.set_numbering :bcm

  RPi::GPIO.setup 14, as: :output
  pwm14 = RPi::GPIO::PWM.new 14, 10
  pwm14.start 50
  pwm14.frequency += 20
  pwm14.duty_cycle = 20
  require 'rpi_gpio'
  RPi::GPIO.set_numbering :bcm

  pins = [ 14, 15, 18, 23, 24, 25, 8, 7 ]
  pins.each { |p| RPi::GPIO.setup p, as: :output }
  pwms = pins.map { |p| RPi::GPIO::PWM.new p, 100 }
  pwms.each { |pwm| pwm.start 10 }
  pwms.each { |pwm| pwm.duty_cycle=50 }
  pwms.each.with_index { |pwm, i| pwm.duty_cycle=10 + i*10 }
  pwms.each.with_index { |pwm, i| pwm.duty_cycle=80-i*10 }

  def up(pwms)
    pwms.each.with_index { |pwm, i| pwm.duty_cycle=10 + i*10 }
  end

  def down(pwms)
    pwms.each.with_index { |pwm, i| pwm.duty_cycle=80-i*10 }
  end
  1. PiPiper
  • piny on/off
  require 'pi_piper'
  pins = [ 14, 15, 18, 23, 24, 25, 8, 7 ]
  leds = pins.map { |pin| PiPiper::Pin.new pin: pin, direction: :out}
  leds.each(&:on)
  leds.each(&:off)
  • OUT button
  require 'pi_piper'
  button = PiPiper::Pin.new pin: 10, direction: :in
  button.on?
  button.read;button.on?
  • watch
  require 'pi_piper'
  PiPiper::watch pin: 9 do |pin|
    pin.read
    puts "Pin 9: #{pin.value}"
  end
  PiPiper::after pin: 10, goes: :high do |pin|
    pin.read
    puts "Pin 10: #{pin.value}"
  end
  • powiedzieć o i2c i SPI

  • PWM (sprzętowy) "Supported pin are : 12, 13, 18, 19, 40, 41, 45, 52, 53 but only 18 is on the header.."

      require 'pi_piper'
      pwm = PiPiper::Pwm.new pin: 18
      pwm.value = 0.5
      pwm.value = 0.7
      pwm.value = 0.9
      pwm.off
      pwm.on
      pwm = PiPiper::Pwm.new pin: 18, clock: 100
      pwm.on
      pwm.value=10
    
      require 'pi_piper'
      led = PiPiper::Pin.new pin:14, direction: :out
      PiPiper::after pin: 10, goes: :low do
        led.read
        if led.on?
          led.off
        else
          led.on
        end
      end
    
  1. pi-blaster
def pwm(pin, fill)
    dev = "/dev/pi-blaster"
    unless File.exists?(dev) && File.ftype(dev) == 'fifo'
      raise "#{dev} not found or is not a FIFO. Did you start pi-blaster daemon?"
    end
    File.write(dev, "#{pin}=#{fill}\n")
end
def light_up(pin, vals)
  vals.each { |v| pwm pin, v; sleep 0.1 }
end

def light_down(pin, vals)
  vals.reverse.each { |v| pwm pin, v; sleep 0.1 }
end

def shine pin, vals
  light_up pin, vals
  light_down pin, vals
end

pins.each { |p| shine p, vals }
pins.each { |p| Thread.new { shine p, vals } }
pins.each { |p| Thread.new { shine p, vals }; sleep 0.1 }

def right(pins, vals)
  pins.each { |p| Thread.new { shine p, vals }; sleep  0.1 }

end

def left(pins, vals)
  pins.reverse.each { |p| Thread.new { shine p, vals }; sleep 0.1 }
end

def sweep(pins, vals)
  right pins, vals
  sleep 0.6
  left pins, vals
  sleep 0.6
end
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