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rosserial: rosserial_arduino | rosserial_client | rosserial_embeddedlinux | rosserial_msgs | rosserial_python | rosserial_xbee

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A Python-based implementation of the ROS serial protocol.

rosserial: rosserial_arduino | rosserial_client | rosserial_embeddedlinux | rosserial_msgs | rosserial_python | rosserial_xbee

Package Summary

Documented

A Python-based implementation of the ROS serial protocol.

rosserial: rosserial_client | rosserial_msgs | rosserial_python

Package Summary

Released Continuous integration Documented

A Python-based implementation of the ROS serial protocol.

rosserial: rosserial_client | rosserial_msgs | rosserial_python

Package Summary

Released Continuous integration Documented

A Python-based implementation of the ROS serial protocol.

  • Maintainer status: maintained
  • Maintainer: Paul Bouchier <paul.bouchier AT gmail DOT com>, Mike Purvis <mpurvis AT clearpathrobotics DOT com>
  • Author: Michael Ferguson
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros-drivers/rosserial.git (branch: hydro-devel)
rosserial: rosserial_client | rosserial_msgs | rosserial_python

Package Summary

Released Continuous integration Documented

A Python-based implementation of the ROS serial protocol.

  • Maintainer status: maintained
  • Maintainer: Paul Bouchier <paul.bouchier AT gmail DOT com>, Mike Purvis <mpurvis AT clearpathrobotics DOT com>
  • Author: Michael Ferguson
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros-drivers/rosserial.git (branch: indigo-devel)
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Overview

The rosserial_python package contains a Python implementation of the host-side rosserial connection. It automatically handles setup, publishing, and subscribing for a connected rosserial-enabled device.

Note that you need to install pyserial for this to work (try pip install pyserial).

Nodes

serial_node.py

Interface to a rosserial-enabled device. This node automatically spins up subscribers and publishers based on the configuration information stored in the device.

Parameters

~port (str, default: /dev/ttyUSB0)
  • Name of port to use.
~baud (int, default: 57600)
  • Baud rate, in bps.

Examples

To run the node with a different port and baud rate, for example on /dev/ttyACM1, you must specify the ~port and ~baud parameters on the command line:

rosrun rosserial_python serial_node.py _port=:/dev/ttyACM1 _baud:=115200

You can also specify these parameters as part of your launch file:

<launch>
  <node pkg="rosserial_python" type="serial_node.py" name="serial_node">
    <param name="port" value="/dev/ttyACM1"/>
    <param name="baud" value="115200"/>
  </node>
</launch>

Wiki: rosserial_python (last edited 2014-06-16 01:37:36 by AndrewBlakey)