The eeros framework uses various hardware libraries to access the underlying hardware. Currently we support the libraries listed below. In order to use them you have to check them out, compile and install them, see Compile. If you need further hardware not listed below go to Create new Wrapper Library. It is important to notice that for each of the specific hardware libraries you need a wrapper library for eeros.
comedi stands for linux control and measurement device interface. It is a collection of drivers for a variety of common data acquisition plug-in boards. The wrapper library can be found in https://github.com/eeros-project/comedi-eeros.
flink stands for fast link. It is a efficient and standardized way to communicate with hardware functions implemented in a FPGA. The wrapper library can be found in https://github.com/eeros-project/flink-eeros.
The Beaglebone Blue is a small robotics computer. It allows to directly connect several small motors. The wrapper library can be found in https://github.com/eeros-project/bbblue-eeros. Therein, you can find a complete example of hardware configuration file using all the available pins, see https://github.com/eeros-project/bbblue-eeros/blob/master/HwConfigBBBlue.json
See Hardware Simulator.
EtherCAT is a real-time capable fieldbus. The complete EtherCAT documentation (including library to interface with with EEROS) can be found on NTB Infoportal.
CANopen a fieldbus. The library and its documentation can be found on https://github.com/ntb-ch/canopenlib.