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BayLibre ACME supported by sigrok
Thanks to Bartosz and Uwe Hermann, libsigrok now supports the BayLibre ACME device.
The ACME (Another Cute Measurement Equipment) is a BeagleBone Black Cape with an I²C-attached Texas Instruments INA226 current/power monitor and an I²C-attached TI TMP435 temperature sensor.
The sensors are supported in mainline Linux. The drivers expose a standard interface via the Linux sysfs pseudo file system, which the libsigrok driver uses.
Bartosz will also present a Sigrok: Adventures in Integrating a Power-Measurement Device talk at the Embedded Linux Conference on March 24, 2015 (schedule) in San Jose, CA.