Source code for automate.extensions.rpio.rpio_sensors

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# (c) 2015 Tuomas Airaksinen
# This file is part of automate-rpio.
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from __future__ import division
from __future__ import unicode_literals
from traits.api import Instance, Int, Bool, Enum, CUnicode, CFloat, CBool
from automate.sensors import UserBoolSensor, AbstractPollingSensor, UserFloatSensor
from automate.service import AbstractSystemService

[docs]class RpioSensor(UserBoolSensor): """ Boolean-valued sensor object that reads Raspberry Pi GPIO input pins. """ user_editable = CBool(False) #: GPIO port port = Int #: Set to True to have inversed status value inverted = Bool(False) #: Button setup: "down": pushdown resistor, "up": pushup resistor, or "none": no resistor set up. button_type = Enum("down", "up", "none") view = UserBoolSensor.view + ["port", "button_type"] _hw_service = Instance(AbstractSystemService, transient=True) def setup(self): self._hw_service = self.system.request_service('RpioService') self._hw_service.enable_input_port(self.port, self.gpio_callback, self.button_type) def _button_type_changed(self, new): if self._hw_service: self._hw_service.disable_input_port(self.port) self._hw_service.enable_input_port(self.port, self.gpio_callback, new) def gpio_callback(self, gpio_id, value): self.set_status(value if not self.inverted else not value) def update_status(self): self.gpio_callback(None, self._hw_service.get_input_status(self.port)) def _port_changed(self, old, new): if not self._hw_service: return if old: self._hw_service.disable_input_port(old) self._hw_service.enable_input_port(new, self.gpio_callback, self.button_type)
[docs]class TemperatureSensor(AbstractPollingSensor): """ W1 interface (on Raspberry Pi board) that polls polling temperature. (kernel modules w1-gpio and w1-therm required). Not using RPIO, but placed this here, since this is also Raspberry Pi related sensor. """ _status = CFloat #: Address of W1 temperature sensor (something like ``"28-00000558263c"``), see what you have in #: ``/sys/bus/w1/devices/`` addr = CUnicode view = list(set(UserFloatSensor.view + AbstractPollingSensor.view + ["addr"])) #: Maximum jump in temperature, between measurements. These temperature sensors #: tend to give sometimes erroneous results. max_jump = CFloat(5.0) _error_count = Int(0, transient=True) #: Maximum number of erroneous measurements, until value is really set max_errors = Int(5) _first_reading = CBool(True, transient=True) def get_status_display(self, **kwargs): if 'value' in kwargs: value = kwargs['value'] else: value = self.status return u"%.1f ⁰C" % value def update_status(self): w1file = "/sys/bus/w1/devices/%s/w1_slave" % self.addr try: f = open(w1file) except IOError: return try: temp = float("\n")[1].split(" ")[9].split("=")[1]) / 1000. except IOError: self.logger.error("IO-error in temperature sensor %s, not set", return if abs(temp-self.status) > self.max_jump and self._error_count < self.max_errors and not self._first_reading: self._error_count += 1 else: self._first_reading = False self._error_count = 0 self.set_status(temp) f.close()