UART Bridge with I2C

The example below provides a basic demonstration of how to use the Binho Multi-Protocol USB Host Adapter as both a UART bridge and an I2C master to interact with the same DUT with both protocols.

from binhoHostAdapter import binhoHostAdapter
from binhoHostAdapter import binhoUtilities
binhoTesterCommPort = 'COM22'
# create the binhoHostAdapter object
binhoTester = binhoHostAdapter.binhoHostAdapter(binhoTesterCommPort)
print("Connecting to binho host adapter tester...")
print
print(binhoTester.setLEDColor('YELLOW'))
print(binhoTester.setOperationMode(0, 'UART'))
print(binhoTester.setBaudRateUART(0, 115200))
print(binhoTester.setDataBitsUART(0, 8))
print(binhoTester.setParityUART(0, 'NONE'))
print(binhoTester.setStopBitsUART(0, 1))
print(binhoTester.beginBridgeUART(0))
binhoTester.writeBridgeUART("Testing...")
binhoTester.writeBridgeUART("more more")
print(binhoTester.stopBridgeUART("+++UART0"))
print(binhoTester.ping())
binhoTester.setOperationMode(0, 'I2C')
binhoTester.setPullUpStateI2C(0, "EN")
binhoTester.setClockI2C(0, 400000)
print(binhoTester.startI2C(0, 100))
print(binhoTester.writeByteI2C(0, 15))
print(binhoTester.writeByteI2C(0, 25))
print(binhoTester.endI2C(0))
binhoTester.setOperationMode(0, 'UART')
print(binhoTester.beginBridgeUART(0))
binhoTester.writeBridgeUART("Second Burst")
binhoTester.writeBridgeUART("Same as the first")
binhoTester.writeBridgeUART("A whole lot louder")
binhoTester.writeBridgeUART("And a whole lot wurst")
print(binhoTester.stopBridgeUART("+++UART0"))
print(binhoTester.ping())