The Teensy development board is fully compatible with Arduino programming language and environement. Take advantage of the simplicity of coding and the endless resources shared by the community for programming your scientific device. Based on FreqCount library developed by Paul Stoffregen the computing capability of the 180 MHz Cortex-M4F microcontroller allows frequencies up to 65 MHz to be measured.
Download the comprehensive set of open-source software, firmware, and source code for your OpenQCM Q-1 device, enhancing your research experience. The open-source approach promotes collaboration by encouraging users to develop, modify, and share their code, ultimately fostering an innovative and collaborative environment.
– Download and unzip openQCM_Q-1_py_v2.1.zip
– Download and install the latest version of Anaconda3 for Python 3.7 version Anaconda3-5.3.0 (depending on your operating system)
– open Anaconda Prompt and type commands:
conda install pyqtgraph pyserial python -m pip install --upgrade pip python -m pip install --upgrade h5py pip install progressbar
– make executable and launch app.py python application
browse to openQCM python directory ...\openQCM_Q-1_py_v2.1\OPENQCM\ right click on app.py file > open with > choose another app in this PC browse to Anaconda3 directory on your PC C:\Users\[your_user_name]\Anaconda3
select python.exe executable file double click on app.py file