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PyVISA provides an object-oriented API that is easy to use. PyVISA objects are implemented as Python classes, which make them very similar to any other Python object. In principle, PyVISA classes are intended to represent an instrument. It is expected that you can create as many of them as you need to model the different instruments you have. The instruments should have properties (e.g., name, description, manufacturer) that must be set and methods that should be called, i.e. the instrument should have a well defined interface. PyVISA has a user interface that allows you to create, edit, and delete instrument objects. The user interface is implemented in PyVISA_GUI.py. This GUI can also be used interactively from the command line. The second layer of PyVISA is the vpp43 module, which directly implements the VISA calls via the VPP43 library. In principle, vpp43 is intended to be used only by instrument developers and researchers. Installing PyVISA: See also the INSTALL file. You can use either the binary (.exe) or the source (.zip) files. The only difference is that the source code has more comments, which make it slightly easier to install. Getting started: Getting started with PyVISA is straight forward. Just open a command window (CTRL-N) and execute: $ python visa Your first application will show a simple list of instruments. Your instrument is: "PC Speaker" Press [Ctrl-C] to quit the list. The command python visa will open the visa GUI with the first instrument of the list. The python visa command line tool is also included in the PyVISA distribution (pyvisa.zip). Using PyVISA: What follows is only a very short introduction to PyVISA. The whole PyVISA API can be found at the PyVISA official site. The code examples in this manual are meant to illustrate PyVISA. They can be copied to your Python interpreter to run them without an interpreter. The commands that are not shown in the code examples should be used to make the example run correctly. The code example 'pyvisa_gui.py' will open the visa GUI and show the first instrument in the list. By executing the command 'python pyvisa_gui.py' the visa GUI will be started again. This tool can be used to run simple

 

This program will help you to scan a fingerprint with a Fingertip Scanner (BIOPAC 2200, SCAN+D+T), and output the results. The program connects to a Fingerprint Scanner via USB. So, the code below, read from the data file in same format as is produced by an FP scanner. import visa # Connect to the fingerprint scanner and print out "Hello" to the screen fp = visa.Fingerprint(base=1024, cdefs=1, user=1) fp.connect() fp.read("Hello") # Print the scanned fingerprint to the screen. # The data is expected to be in the form of a cdef file. fp.print_fingerprint("My data") If you are using a Windows computer, you should put the finger to be scanned into the 'B_T_File' file. When printing the fingerprint, be aware that the fingerprint is not necessarily shown in its actual form. You can optionally select the format of the printed fingerprint by specifying the B_T_PRINT_HANDLE parameter. The B_T_PRINT_HANDLE parameter has the following two formats: B_T_PRINT_P (for print panel): 1. The fingerprint data is printed to the screen using a print panel. 2. The parameter length is set to the number of rows of the print panel. B_T_PRINT_W (for wafer tray): 1. The fingerprint data is printed to a wafer tray. 2. The parameter length is set to the number of rows of the wafer tray. 3. The data is printed as a string of characters, one row at a time, with a single space between rows. For example, print("Hello World!") prints Hello World! You can make it more readable by changing the font and size of the print panel. To change the font, use the B_T_PRINT_FONT parameter. The parameter length and row number is printed to the first row. The following parameters are also available, but they are not recommended: B_T_PRINT_WIDTH B_T_PRINT_T B_T_PRINT_HANDLE These parameters will print all the data in one row: print("Hello", "World!") print("Hello", "World!") print("Hello", "World!") print("Hello", "World!") (Note that some VISA functions will fail if a parameter is too long. This can be caused by a long parameter that exceeds the size of the buffer used by the function. ) Additionally, you can use a filename argument

 

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