The PASCO Python Library lets learners, educators, and hobbyists take full control of their PASCO Wireless Sensors using Python code. Visit us on GitHub to download the PASCO Python API, browse sample code, and review tips for getting started.
- Python is used in schools and universities around the world.
- It’s simple, readable, and flexible, making it ideal for both beginners and experts.
- Python resources are readily accessible thanks to its global community of creators, collaborators, and problem-solvers.
Python vs. Blockly
Blockly is an easy-to-use, block-based programming platform available in both SPARKvue and PASCO Capstone. Unlike Blockly, Python is a text-based programming language that is independent from PASCO software. This library lets you bring Python into the PASCO ecosystem for complete control of your data. With Python, users control all aspects of sensor data collection, from sensor connections and sampling rates to data displays and custom analytics.
- Smart Cart
- Wireless Acceleration Altimter
- Wireless CO2
- Wireless Conductivity
- Wireless Current
- Wireless Diffraction
- Wireless Drop Counter
- Wireless Force Acceleration
- Wireless Light
- Wireless Load Cell
- Wireless Magnetic Field
- Wireless Motion
- Wireless O2
- Wireless Optical Dissolved Oxygen
- Wireless pH
- Wireless Pressure
- Wireless Rotary Motion
- Wireless Temperature
- Wireless Voltage
- Wireless Weather
- Operating Systems: Windows, Mac, Linux (Raspberry Pi)
- Bluetooth 4.0+
- Python version 3.7-3.10
- IDE of your choice (VSCode, PyCharm, etc)
Use a Python text to voice plugin to narrate temperatures out loud.
Smart Cart 3D Plot
Create an 3D plot using values from the Smart Cart.