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megaind-rpi

megaind-rpi

This is the command to control Industrial Automation Stackable Card for Raspberry Pi.

MEGA-IND

Setup

Enable I2C communication first:

~$ sudo raspi-config

A good article about I2C on Raspberry can be found here.

If you use Ubuntu you need to install raspi-config first:

~$ sudo apt update
~$ sudo apt install raspi-config

Make sure you have all tools you need:

~$ sudo apt update
~$ sudo apt-get install git
~$ sudo apt-get install build-essential

Usage

Install the command:

~$ git clone https://github.com/SequentMicrosystems/megaind-rpi.git
~$ cd megaind-rpi/
~/megaind-rpi$ sudo make install

Now you can access all the functions of the Industrial Automation Stackable Card for Raspberry Pi through the command "megaind". Use -h option for help:

~$ megaind -h

If you clone the repository any update can be made with the following commands:

~$ cd megaind-rpi/  
~/megaind-rpi$ git pull
~/megaind-rpi$ sudo make install

Python Library

NodeRed nodes

firmware update instructions.

The board can act as Modbus RTU slave device, checkout modbus instructions.

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