QuadVol can also be controlled from the Raspberry Pi. You can use 3 GPIO Ports and a small Python script.
We need 4 Pins from the Raspberry Pi GPIO connector P1:
- GND: Pin 6, connected to all “-” inputs of the volume control
- GPIO3: Pin 15, connected to “CLOCK+”
- GPIO4: Pin 16, connected to “DATA+”
- GPIO5: Pin 18, connected to “CS+”
You can use other GPIO pins, just modify the source accordingly.
If you need to connect additional devices to the IO ports, it might be better to use the P5 connector. Unfortunately you have to solder this connector by yourself. Then you will get 2 GND connectors and 4 GPIO ports – one more then necessary
Check out this page for pin assignments of the Raspberry Pi IO ports.
#!/usr/bin/env python import RPi.GPIO as GPIO import time import sys cs=18 clock=15 data=16 tt=0.001 def initialize(): global cs global clock global data GPIO.setwarnings(False) GPIO.setmode(GPIO.BOARD) GPIO.setup(cs,GPIO.OUT) GPIO.setup(clock,GPIO.OUT) GPIO.setup(data,GPIO.OUT) def set_volume(vol): global tt global cs global clock global data # enable CS GPIO.output(cs,1) time.sleep(tt) # set volume 4 times for i in range(0,4): b=vol; for bit in range (8,0,-1): GPIO.output(clock,1) if (b & (1<
Thank you very much for this project! Can you post the full source of Raspberry implementation?
Thanks for the code, will you please publish the complete raspi code?