Using MicroDAQ with Python
The PyMLink library is a Python programming interface for programming analog input, analog output, digital I/O, on MicroDAQ DAQ devices. The library can be used on Windows and Linux operating systems. The user can use PyMLink library to create data acquisition applications and control applications with real-time processing on MicroDAQ DSP core. PyMLink provides DSP management functions allowing the user to embed real-time processing on dedicated hardware in standard Python application.
PyMLink (1.2.0) function reference
More information you can find in __doc__ section of these methods.
To install PyMLink, download the package manually, go to
'install' directory and run the command:
>> python setup.py install
*On Linux/MacOS run command with with administrator privileges.
This example show how to use PyMLink to connect and read eight analog input channels (AI1...AI8):
For more examples visit PyMLink repository on GitHub.