[SciPy-user] data acquisition in Python

Ryan Krauss ryanlists at gmail.com
Wed Mar 22 11:09:44 CST 2006


Thanks Barry, it looks like there are some interesting possibilities
with rtd.  Have you used any of their hardware from Python?

Thanks,

Ryan

On 3/22/06, Barry Drake <bldrake at adaptcs.com> wrote:
> Ryan,
> A good source for inexpensive A/D boards is
>
> http://www.rtd.com/
>
> I've used their hardware in the past on many projects.
>  They have drivers for all platforms which you can
> easily wrap in a .dll, .so, or .rc (Mac, I think).
> You can then wrap some code in Python that talks to
> these shared libs.  Of course, the reason for the
> shared libs is that you can then use those for other
> applications.
>
> Barry Drake
>
> --- Ryan Krauss wrote:
>
> > Is anyone aware of data acquisition hardware that
> > works well with
> > Python?  I would like to use Python for buffered
> > analog-to-digital and
> > digital-to-analog applications.  I would be
> > particularly interested in
> > fairly inexpensive solutions.  I found one European
> > company that sort
> > of claims to support Python, but I didn't know how
> > easy it might be to
> > wrap C++ drivers from other hardware manufacturers.
> >
> > Thanks for your thoughts,
> >
> > Ryan
> >
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