PoleMaster software for RPI3 installation instruments: https://www.qhyccd.c...catid=23&id=224
PoleMaster For Raspberry Pi is based on QHYCCD's cross-platform SDK and POLEMASTER's QT cross-platform version.
QHYCCD cross-platform version provides cross-platform support for WINDOWS (X86, X64), LINUX (based on INTEL CPU and ARM CPU), MAC/OS, Android and other mainstream operating systems. Can run most QHYCCD cameras. If you want to use QHYCCD to develop your own software, please visit the developer page to get the library files of the QHYCCD SDK, DEMO programs, etc.
1. Image burning (for the Raspberry Pi machine production system)
The Raspberry Pi supports many versions of the system, such as linux, raspberry pi, windows, and so on. The startup mode of the Raspberry Pi is to start the memory card. The kernel and system files written in the memory card are automatically loaded at startup. It is recommended to use 16G and above memory cards for image programming. The steps to program the system to the memory card are as follows:
1.1 Download the image file of the required system with the suffix .img. The download URL can be found on the official website of the Raspberry Pi (https://ubuntu-mate.org/download/). The Ubuntu MATE version is used here. Mirroring, the system is based on Linux system;
1.2. Format the memory card, here is the SDFormatter, you can use other formatting software;
Usually the program will automatically select the memory card device. If it is not automatically selected or selected incorrectly, you need to select the correct memory card device at the Driver, click Format to start formatting the memory card, and the dialog box that pops up selects OK;
After waiting for a while, the memory card is formatted successfully;
1.3. Image burning, the tool for burning is win32diskimager, you can use other programming software;
The device usually does not need to be selected. If the software does not automatically select or select the error, you need to select it manually. Click the Select button. In the pop-up window, select the image file that you just unzipped. After selecting it, click the Write to start burning image. ;
During the programming process, the software will display the progress of the task. After waiting for a few minutes, the image will be burned.
After the image is burned, connect the mouse, keyboard, monitor and power. After power-on, the device will automatically run and run the mirror system in the memory card. The system needs to be set up for the first time, such as language, WiFi, device name, power-on password, etc. After the system is configured successfully, it will automatically enter the system interface.
Once set up, the system will be installed automatically, and it will take a little time in the middle to wait patiently.
install the system:
Set the system configuration:
The method of making a Raspberry Pi image is not unique. Other methods are also available, but you should pay attention to the Ubuntu MATE version of the image file. Other versions of the image are not supported.
2. Install the QHYCCD SDK
Download and unzip installer_sdk.tar.gz, go to the installer_sdk directory and run installer.sh
$ cd installer_sdk
$ sudo ./installer.sh //Installed successfully without prompting an error
3. Install and modify the system configuration file
Download and unzip PoleMaster PoleMaster_Qt-for-RPI-Ubuntu-126.96.36.199.deb.zip and install it using the dpkg command.
$ sudo dpkg -i PoleMaster_Qt-for-RPI-Ubuntu-188.8.131.52.deb
After installation, go to the /usr/bin/PoleMaster directory and check if the installation is successful and the link to the library file is correct.
$ cd /usr/bin/PoleMaster
$ ldd PoleMaster //If the not found library file link , the link is correct
Add command line
Modify the .bashrc file and add "export PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin/PoleMaster" on the last line. After modification, you can use the "sudo PoleMaster" command to start the software from any location. If you use the sudo command after adding it, you will be prompted. "sudo: PoleMaster: command not found", you need to add "alias sudo='sudo env PATH=$PATH'" later
$ sudo nano ~/.bashrc
$ source ~/.bashrc // Make the changes take effect
4. Start the software and connect the camera
After the camera is connected to the device, enter lsusb to see if the camera is recognized by the Raspberry Pi device and the firmware is loaded correctly. If the device of 1618 0941 can be found in the display, the camera has been recognized and the firmware is loaded correctly.
$ sudo PoleMaster //Note that you must start the administrator with PorMaster. Otherwise, the camera will not be recognized. Please refer to the user manual for the software usage.