ISensor interface

Represents a sensor.

You will generally retrieve a pointer to ISensor by calling ISensorCollection::GetAt or ISensorManager::GetSensorByID, but other methods can retrieve this pointer, too. Various other Sensor API methods use a pointer to ISensor to provide information about a particular sensor or to enable you to specify which sensor to use for a particular action.

In addition to the methods inherited from IUnknown, the ISensor interface exposes the following methods.

Methods

The ISensor interface has these methods.

Method Description
ISensor::GetCategory Retrieves the identifier of the sensor category.
ISensor::GetData Retrieves the most recent sensor data report.
ISensor::GetEventInterest Retrieves the current event interest settings.
ISensor::GetFriendlyName Retrieves the sensor name that is intended to be seen by the user.
ISensor::GetID Retrieves the unique identifier of the sensor.
ISensor::GetProperties Retrieves multiple sensor properties.
ISensor::GetProperty Retrieves a property value.
ISensor::GetState Retrieves the current operational state of the sensor.
ISensor::GetSupportedDataFields Retrieves a set of PROPERTYKEYs that represent the data fields the sensor can provide.
ISensor::GetType Retrieves the sensor type ID.
ISensor::SetEventInterest Specifies the list of sensor events to receive.
ISensor::SetEventSink Specifies the interface through which to receive sensor event notifications.
ISensor::SetProperties Specifies sensor properties.
ISensor::SupportsDataField Indicates whether the sensor supports the specified data field.
ISensor::SupportsEvent Indicates whether the sensor supports the specified event.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows 7 [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server None supported
Target Platform Windows
Header sensorsapi.h

See Also

COM Interfaces