0124-09 Demo Example
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Demonstration algorithm for PiFace Digital on Raspberry Pi
This folder contains the source files for the demonstration project on using the REXYGEN and the Raspberry Pi minicomputer with the PiFace Digital extension board.
The four pushbuttons of the PiFace Digital are used for demonstration of simple algorithms in REXYGEN:
- The first push-button controls the first onboard relay directly. The signal just needs to be inverted due to the inverted logic of the inputs and outputs of the PiFace Digital board.
- The second push-button toggles the state of the second onboard relay. Edges in the input signal are detected, which toggle the state of an RS flip-flop function block.
- The third push-button blinks the third output by feeding the binary signal generator into it.
- The fourth push-button triggers a timer, which activates the fourth output for a predefined period.
The timer can also get triggered by a "virtual button" (the MP_START function block).
The remaining outputs of PiFace Digital are controlled directly by user-defined Boolean constants.
- REXYGEN Runtime Core and RPiDrv modules must be installed and running on the Raspberry Pi.
- SPI bus must be enabled on the Raspberry Pi.
Running the example
- The *exec.mdl file is the project main file, open it with REXYGEN Studio.
- Compile and download the project to the target device.
User interface (HMI)
The example is accompanied by a HTML5-based user interface built on the WebBuDi framework (Web Buttons and Displays) of REXYGEN. Download it to the Raspberry Pi using the REXYGEN Diagnostics diagnostic tool.
- Getting started with REXYGEN and Raspberry Pi
- REXYGEN HMI User Guide
- Function blocks of REXYGEN
- REXYGEN Studio User Guide
- Complete documentation of REXYGEN