EXPORT CODE FROM ARDUINO TO PYMAKR
Hello everyone. Please I need help, I have a code in arduino where I read an analog value and with respect to that value I execute a series of cases. I need to pass that code to urgent pymakr, but could you help me?
Take a look to an arduino like wrapper for pycom at https://github.com/dinosd/pyCom/blob/master/examples/arduino_sample.py
import arduino estado = 0 estado2 = 0 cont = 0 A = 10 B = 11 C = 12 D = 13 E = 14 def setup(): arduino.pinMode(15, "ANALOG_INPUT") #PIN P15, there is no mode analog input in arduino but pycom needs it arduino.pinMode(8, "INPUT") # modes are "INPUT","OUTPUT","INPUT_PULLUP","INPUT_PULLDOWN","ANALOG_INPUT" arduino.pinMode(7, "INPUT") arduino.pinMode(A, "OUTPUT") arduino.pinMode(B, "OUTPUT") arduino.pinMode(C, "OUTPUT") arduino.pinMode(D, "OUTPUT") arduino.pinMode(E, "OUTPUT") def loop(): global estado, estado2, cont value = arduino.analogRead(13) millivolts = 1100 * value / 1.1 #max volts for analog in is 1.1V db = millivolts / 10 print(db, "DB") estado2 = arduino.digitalRead(8) if estado2: #this means high or you can write if estado2==1 estado = arduino.digitalRead(7) if estado: arduino.delay(500) cont += 1 if cont==1: arduino.digitalWrite(A, 1) arduino.digitalWrite(B, 1) arduino.digitalWrite(C, 1) arduino.digitalWrite(D, 1) arduino.digitalWrite(E, 1) setup() while True: loop()
Thank you so much friend, I'm going to work on it
There is no tool for this. You have to learn python. This does not need skills to port.
livius last edited by
It is really simple code - but you must convert it to micropython
I do not like to show exact translation - better is doing it self :)
analogreadequivalent is described here https://docs.pycom.io/pycom_esp32/library/machine.ADC.html#machine.ADC
in python you do not declare vars as typed
float db =you simple write
Serial.printyou simply write
uart.writeif you have it created in boot.py
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