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Add Time of Flight Sensor using VL53L1X #21230
Description: ToF Sensor using VL53L1X
The Time of Flight sensor uses a invisible laser to measure distance with millimeter resolution.
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To pass travis-ci build tests, the last issue would be to update requirements_all.txt but my environment is Raspberry Pi! Any suggestion that helps me to accomplish that? I cannot clone this fork on the RPI zero.
Python: 3.5.3 TOXENV=lint
In this case, I suppose I should change my current dev machine from Windows10 to Linux. I tried to run it but I got an error from windows/bash, complaining about "ImportError: No module named homeassistant.components".
I suppose to add it to .coveragerc as below, right?
Time of Flight (maybe ToF) is the technology name. VL53L1X is a good name also but this is the
Should I create a
Mar 8, 2019
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This component was designed for most common use cases, like moving doors and windows. For example, I am now working on a level meter for water tanks using a Rpi0W. But this just scratches the possibilities with VL53L1X, since it can measure at a much bigger rate, up to 50 reading per second, this means a frequency of 50 Hz. How to handle this environment? Pushing instead of polling? Async_update coroutine? Where would I find some docs about this?