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pyboard - The MicroPython board

  •    Eagle

The Micro Python board (pyboard) is a small microcontroller board that runs Micro Python (Micro Python is a lean and fast implementation of the Python 3 programming language that is optimised to run on a microcontroller). It is based on the STM32F405RGT6 MCU and includes USB, a micro SD card slot and an accelerometer. The production board is PYBv10b. The schematics and pinout can be found in the root directory of this repository, the PDF files prefixed with PYBv10b.

MicroWebSrv2 - The last Micro Web Server for IoTs (MicroPython) or large servers (CPython), that supports WebSockets, routes, template engine and with really optimized architecture (mem allocations, async I/Os)

  •    Python

MicroWebSrv2 is the new powerful embedded Web Server for MicroPython and CPython that supports route handlers, modules like WebSockets or PyhtmlTemplate and a lot of simultaneous requests (in thousands!). Fully asynchronous, its connections and memory management are very optimized and truly fast.

uble - Lightweight Bluetooth Low Energy driver written in pure python for micropython

  •    Python

Lightweight Bluetooth Low Energy driver written in pure python for micropython. WARNING: this project is in beta stage and is subject to changes of the code-base, including project-wide name changes and API changes.




ucryptoauthlib - Lightweight driver for Microchip's Crypto Authentication secure elements written in pure python for micropython

  •    Python

Lightweight driver for Microchip Crypto Authentication secure elements written in pure python for micropython. WARNING: this project is in beta stage and is subject to changes of the code-base, including project-wide name changes and API changes.

pyb_ina219 - This library for MicroPython makes it easy to leverage the complex functionality of the Texas Instruments INA219 sensor to measure voltage, current and power

  •    Python

This MicroPython library for the INA219 voltage, current and power monitor sensor from Texas Instruments. The intent of the library is to make it easy to use the quite complex functionality of this sensor. The functionality is currently under development and is based on my INA219 library for the Raspberry Pi.

micropython-i2s-examples - Examples for I2S support on microcontrollers that run MicroPython

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This repository provides MicroPython example code, showing how to use the I2S protocol with development boards supporting MicroPython. The I2S protocol can be used to play WAV audio files through a speaker or headphone, or to record microphone audio to a WAV file on a SD card. The examples have been tested on 4 boards: Pyboard D SF2W, Pyboard V1.1, ESP32, and ESP32 with PSRAM.

micropython-rotary - MicroPython module to read a rotary encoder.

  •    Python

Whenever encoder pins DT and CLK change value a hardware interrupt is generated. This interrupt causes a python-based interrupt service routine (ISR) to run. The ISR interrupts normal code execution to process state changes in the encoder pins.


micropython-stm-lib - A collection of modules and examples for MicroPython.

  •    Python

A collection of Python modules and examples for MicroPython, targeted mainly at STM32F4-based boards, like the STM32F4DISCOVERY board or the original pyboard. Most modules also work on the MicroPython unix port or even other bare-metal ports, e.g. the esp8266 or esp32 port. Except where otherwise noted, these modules and examples were written by Christopher Arndt.

st7789_mpy - Fast MicroPython driver for ST7789 display module written in C

  •    Python

Included are 12 bitmap fonts derived from classic pc text mode fonts, 26 Hershey vector fonts and several example programs for different devices. Some displays may use a BGR color order or iverted colors. The cfg_helper.py program can use used to determine the color order, inversion_mode, colstart, and rowstart values needed for a display.






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