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Demonstration of Pyroraptor USB-I2C-SPI Bridge with Java Graphical Interface

Introduction

The video links below demonstrate the IONOTRONICS Pyroratpor USB-I2C-SPI bridge (MK-11009) with a Java Graphical Interface. The Java Graphical Interface is integrated with the USB-I2C Bridge (Pyroraptor) using the Java Native Interface (JNI) developed by IONOTRONICS. We use the Diolan C API.

The Java Graphical Interface provides for scanning I2C devices, interacting with individual I2C devices and has a panel with Java Been Meters to display readings from a 4xADC/DAC I2C device (MK-34765) and to send digital data to the DAC for display on an analog meter.

Many other capablilities are included. We also demonstrate writing and reading to SPI devices.

See the Playlist for Pyroraptor and Graphical Interface Introduction.

Videos

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Description YouTube
1
Reading an accelerometer and displaying X,Y, and Z acceleration using Java Meters in Real Time
2
C API for Writting Industrial Strength I2C and SPI Applications Demonstration

3
I2C Based Pan and Tilt with Ultrasonic Distance Measurement and Display on Java Bean Meter. See Video for a Demonstration (Part I).
4
Also Part II Video I2C Based Pan and Tilt with Ultrasonic for Distance Measurement.
5
Control of I2C Based Six Degrees of Freedom Robotic Arm AL5A (See Blueprint).
6
SPI Interface and Java Graphical Interface Control to SPI Devices.

 

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MK-1009 PYRORAPTOR USB/I2C/SPI/GPIO Bridge

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Scan of an I2C Bus Showing I2C Slaves Using the

Pyroraptor Java Graphical Interface

 

 

 

 

 

 



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