[Python-talk] Pyserial questions
bruce.labitt at myfairpoint.net
Fri Mar 6 08:41:38 EST 2009
In python under windows, is it possible to set up a timed event that
sends a serial (binary) message to a device every 50ms and
'simultaneously' reads a message (serial binary) data from the same
device? The receive data is about 55 bytes.
I have not played in this realm (controlled timing under windows) so I
am not sure if it is hard or close to impossible. On a micro with no
OS, it is trivial.
How much oomph (real technical term there...) would be required to
decode the received data and run a wx display giving a 'realtime' view?
(I'm thinking of a couple of gauges and maybe a scrolling graph.) I
know it is an unfair question but I am trying to get a realistic
perspective on my general approach.
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