Updates Available for pymata-aio, s2aio and FirmataPlus
Pymata-aio version 2.14 and s2aio version 2.9 are now available on Pypi.
To upgrade s2aio to the latest version, in a command window type:
pip install s2aio --upgrade
This should update both s2aio and pymata_aio.
To upgrade pymata-aio, in a command window type:
pip install pymata-aio --upgrade
FirmataPlus and its variants have been updated and are baselined against StandardFirmata 2.5.3.
These libraries now support both PyMata and pymata-aio. You can download the zip file here and installation instructions can be found here.
Hello, when I try to set my analog pin 10 with set_pin_mode(10, Constants.ANALOG) I got an error "ValueError: bytes must be in range(0, 256)". I want to use all 16 analog Pins of my Arduino MEGA2560. What did I wrong? Hope you can help meReplyDelete
Could you please copy the full ValueError exception traceback on your screen and paste it here. TReplyDelete
Also, please make sure you are using the latest version of pymata-aio. When you start your program, you should see a banner and the version number is printed. The latest version is 2.31.
Traceback (most recent call last):ReplyDelete
File "C:/Users/Tim/PycharmProjects/thesis/pymata.py", line 16, in
board.set_pin_mode(10, Constants.ANALOG, my_callback)
File "C:\Users\Tim\PycharmProjects\thesis\venv\lib\site-packages\pymata_aio\pymata3.py", line 598, in set_pin_mode
File "C:\Users\Tim\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python37-32\lib\asyncio\base_events.py", line 584, in run_until_complete
File "C:\Users\Tim\PycharmProjects\thesis\venv\lib\site-packages\pymata_aio\pymata_core.py", line 1186, in set_pin_mode
File "C:\Users\Tim\PycharmProjects\thesis\venv\lib\site-packages\pymata_aio\pymata_core.py", line 722, in enable_analog_reporting
File "C:\Users\Tim\PycharmProjects\thesis\venv\lib\site-packages\pymata_aio\pymata_core.py", line 2035, in _send_command
result = await self.write(data)
File "C:\Users\Tim\PycharmProjects\thesis\venv\lib\site-packages\pymata_aio\pymata_serial.py", line 77, in write
result = self.my_serial.write(bytes([ord(data)]))
ValueError: bytes must be in range(0, 256)
Process finished with exit code 1
I also made sure i have the latest Version of pymata-aio and firmataplus. I just tried your example which is given here: https://github.com/MrYsLab/pymata-aio/blob/master/examples/simple_analog_input_with_callback.py and replaced the analog pin 2 with a 10.
Thanks. I can recreate the problem and am now working on a solution.ReplyDelete
I have moved this as an issue against pymata-aio and you can view the issue and status here:
Sorry the link is incorrect. Here is the correct link:ReplyDelete
I don't know if you are monitoring the github site or not, but I believe I have fixed your problem with release 2.33. Please post a comment here to let me know if things are working for you or not:ReplyDelete
In the future, please either generate an issue in Github if you find a bug, or if you just have a question, please email me at MisterYsLab@gmail.com.
it works! thanks for your fast support! :) have a great dayReplyDelete
and I will keep it in mind if I have any questions next time.:)