MicroPython is a lean and efficient implementation of the Python 3 programming language that includes a small subset of the Python standard library and is optimised to run on microcontrollers and in constrained environments.
K210 created for AIOT(AI+IOT) use, It's powerful performance and low cost are very competitive.
Micropython make program on hardware(K210) easier, so we build this and open source on github)
For example if we want to find I2C device, we just need code:
from machine import I2C i2c = I2C(I2C.I2C0, freq=100000, scl=28, sda=29) devices = i2c.scan() print(devices)
If we want to make a
breathing light by PWM, we just need code:
from machine import Timer,PWM import time tim = Timer(Timer.TIMER0, Timer.CHANNEL0, mode=Timer.MODE_PWM) ch = PWM(tim, freq=500000, duty=50, pin=board_info.LED_G) duty=0 dir = True while True: if dir: duty += 10 else: duty -= 10 if duty>100: duty = 100 dir = False elif duty<0: duty = 0 dir = True time.sleep(0.05) ch.duty(duty)
Everything related to Maixpy, mainly about
- How to get a hardware( board )
- How to get start with MaixPy even we are not so be expert in program for hardware.
- Learn Micropython basic knowledge
- Libriaries(API) reference
To get started, we need one dev board, there's three kind of board as follow:
- Dan dock with Sipeed M1(Dan) module
- Sipeed Maix BiT
- Sipeed Go
To get these board, visit Sipeed official website
More hardware infomation here
Then we can write software, refer to get started
MaixPy source code on github
Doumentation will be edit if code api changed,
source of doc on github
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