Getting started guide
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This article will help you start using the Bowler Software Development Kit and learn how to retrieve data from an analog sensor.
Get the required hardware
For this article you will need the following 3 items
- A DyIO
- A 3-pin potentiometer, line following sensor, or light sensor.
- A USB-mini cable
Setting up the environment
Go to http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ and download the "Eclipse IDE for Java Developers"
Download the latest installer from the Downloads page. This will install the Development environment.
Connecting the DyIO
Take the DyIO and plug it into an available USB port. You should see the status light turn blue and the bank lights turn green.
Running your first example
Open up the Eclipse development environment
Click on the "sensor_value" project and then click on the green "run" button.
Select your DyIO's Com Port and click OK.
You should see the values from your sensor in the "Console" window change as you manipulate the sensor.
Programming with the DyIO: Programming Demo
Sensors and Actuators compatible with the DyIO: Dyio peripherals