Intel Play QX3 (Microscopio Digital, USB)

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Intel Play QX3 (Microscopio Digital, USB)
Compatibilidad con Linux:
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Intel Play QX3 
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Minimum: EUR 198,00 
Maximum: EUR 198,01  
Actualizado: 26/05/2016 17:25

Revisión de Compatibilidad con Linux

The Intel Play QX3 is a digital Microscope, which invites (not only) children to experiment with it. The microscope is recognized by Linux like a webcam and has a maximal resolution of 352×288 pixel.

The microscope is supported by the cpia driver which is part of the gspca driver. The microscope is automatically recognized if plugged into the Linux PC:

usb 2-1: new full speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 6
usb 2-1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
V4L-Driver for Vision CPiA based cameras v1.2.3
USB driver for Vision CPiA based cameras v1.2.3
USB CPiA camera found
  CPiA Version: 1.33 (2.10)
  CPiA PnP-ID: 0813:0001:0106
  VP-Version: 1.0 0100
usbcore: registered new interface driver cpia

The kernel module creates a new video device, which provides the video feed of the camera

ls -l /dev/video*

To control the microscope the pseudo devices /proc/cpia can be used

ls -l /proc/cpia/

This device accepts the following options:

read-only
-----------------------
V4L Driver version:       1.2.3
CPIA Version:             1.33 (2.10)
CPIA PnP-ID:              0813:0001:0106
VP-Version:               1.0 0100
...
read-write
-----------------------  current       min       max   default  comment
...
toplight:                    off       off        on       off
bottomlight:                 off       off        on       off

The commands can be given to the pseudo device, e.g. to switch on the illumination of the microscope:

echo "toplight:on" | sudo tee /proc/cpia/video0
echo "bottomlight:on" | sudo tee /proc/cpia/video0

or to switch it off, respectively:

echo "toplight:off" | sudo tee /proc/cpia/video0
echo "bottomlight:off" | sudo tee /proc/cpia/video0

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Por favor, emplee la sección de comentarios para indicar correciones del artículo así como extractos de lspci, lsusb, lshw, dmesg etc. Además, utilice la sección para el intercambio de experiencias con este componente de hardware o para obtener ayuda para la configuración de otros propietarios de este mismo hardware.
 
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