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===Python===
 
===Python===
 
'''Create a new script'''
 
'''Create a new script'''
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* Link to repository with script to detect the distance of an object in front of the sensor
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[[File:Newscript.png|thumbnail]]
 
[[File:Newscript.png|thumbnail]]
 
'''Save your script as ultrasonic_distance.py'''
 
'''Save your script as ultrasonic_distance.py'''

Revision as of 11:18, 2 May 2017

Hardware

  • Raspberry pi 3
  • Ultrasonic Sensor - HC-SR04
  • A set of resistors for each sensor you are connecting
    • 330Ω and 470Ω
  • Jumper wires to connect the sensor(s) to the pi

Wire setup

Software

Python

Create a new script

  • Link to repository with script to detect the distance of an object in front of the sensor
Newscript.png

Save your script as ultrasonic_distance.py

  • Go to File and click on Save as
  • In the field Save in browse for the C: drive and then select a folder to save in
  • For the field File name type in ultrasonic_distance.py
  • In the field Save as type select All Files
  • Click on Save

Open up the terminal

  • Click on the monitor icon on the top of the screen

Type cd "folder name" to change directory to your pythonpractice folder, and hit Enter Type ultrasonic_distance.py and hit Enter to run your program

TroubleShooting the pi