Acceleration, Accelerometer, BarcodeReadEvent, BarcodeReader, BooleanSensor, Camera, Counter, Device, DeviceException, DeviceImpl, DeviceStatusChange, EventModerationPolicy, GNSSSensor, Gyroscope, IO, Image, LED, LatLon, MagneticFieldStrength, Magnetometer, MaximumRateModerationPolicy, MinimumDeltaModerationPolicy, NoModerationPolicy, NotReadableException, NotSupportedException, NotWritableException, PositionUpdate, RotaryEncoder, Rotation, Sensor, SerialDevice, Switch, Trigger
Acceleration values from a three-axis accelerometer.
The interface for three-axis Accelerometers.
The base class for barcode reader devices.
The base class for two-state sensors measuring
on/off or open/closed state.
The base class for image sensors, also known as cameras.
A counter counts events.
The base class for all devices and sensors.
A helper class for implementing device features and properties.
Event argument for statusChanged event.
An EventModerationPolicy controls the frequency of events
sent when an evented sensor or state variable changes.
The interface for GNSS/GPS receivers.
The interface for three-axis Gyroscopes.
The interface for general purpose input/output (GPIO)
The base class for LEDs.
LatLon represents a point on the two-dimensional surface of a globe.
Magnetic field strength values from a three-axis Magnetometer.
The interface for three-axis Magnetometers.
This event moderation policy will fire an event at most every n milliseconds.
This event moderation policy will fire an event whenever the
value of an event variable changes more than the given
minimum delta since the last time an event was sent.
This event moderation policy does no moderation and
fires an event whenever the event variable's value changes
(the valueChanged() member function is called).
The information contained in a NMEA 0183 RMC message.
A rotary encoder with an optional push button, based
on the Counter interface.
Rotation values from a three-axis Gyroscope.
The base class for analog sensors, such as
temperature or ambient light sensors.
This class provides a simple interface for accessing
a serial port.
The base class for switchable things (that can
be turned on and off).
The base class for triggers, such as
push buttons or motion detectors.