I'm porting a Python app from libphiget21 to libphidget22 and, if possible, would like to continue to operate with the native 10-bit integer input (right?) provided by my single USB-connected Interface Kit 1203_2 ver. 204 analog inputs. Is there perhaps an API hidden below the onVoltageChange() or getVoltage() interfaces that would pass me the raw 10-bit integer values (plus 2 bits LSB padding?) provided by the device? It's no problem in this environment if any such hidden API is unavailable for more recent Phidget devices and/or network support.
Motivation: Current logic seems to work well, and I'd rather not rewrite it. I'm doing 32 ms interval sampling and my own smoothing and filtering to detect brief Voltage dips. I presume skipping the floating point operations should leave the app lighter weight at no loss of precision. In any case, even if the app must deal with input as true Voltage floating point values, I still need to scale them by the calibration values for the system being monitored.