Introduce OpenPythonSensor Library

Introduce the Python driven, I2C focused, Embedded Linux application level library for digital sensors – OpenPythonLibrary.

The very first version includes supports for:

  • BMP180 Barometric Pressure sensor;
  • HTU21D Relative Humidity sensor (Only support Beaglebone Black at this moment);
  • SI1145 Proximity/UV/Ambient Light sensor;
  • TMP007 Infrared Thermopile sensor;
  • HMC6352 Digital Compass;
  • MPU6050 Six-Axis (Gyro + Accelerometer) MEMS;

The I2C bus is set to 1 in OpenPythonSensor / ops_base / ops_i2cbase.py and can be modified to support more development platforms. The python-smbus is a prerequisite of this library.

The library can be found at Github under MIT License.

Example usage of the library
#!/usr/bin/python
from lib_htu21d import HTU21D
 
# Initialize the library
htu = HTU21D()
 
temp = htu.readTemperatureData()
rh = htu.readHumidityData()
 
print "Temperature: %.2f C, Humidity: %.2f %%" % (temp, rh)
Clone the code
git clone https://github.com/randymxj/OpenPythonSensor.git
Download the library

Click -> GitHub_Logo to download

Part of the library is ported from Adafruit-Raspberry-Pi-Python-Code and should remain it’s original license. Some driver is referenced from both Adafruit and Sparkfun and thanks to their original work.

More sensor support will coming soon!

 

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