Yoctopuce designs, manufactures and sells USB devices to let your computer sit in the real world, not in the cloud. Our USB modules are tiny, easy to install and easy to drive programmatically. Among them you will find:
This USB module is tiny weather station: it features a temperature sensor, a humidity sensor and a pressure sensor. It includes a built-in data logger as well.
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USB thermocouple sensor to measure the temperature at two points using thermocouples (types K, E, J, N, R, S and T supported). The module features a built-in datalogger. Two 50cm thermocouple fine wires are included.
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And what's smoking ?
Yoctopuce support often receives questions on how to use our Android library. Indeed, some choices made by Google force developers to pay careful attention to how to perform input/output operations, and more particularly for network access. In this post, we are going to show you our solution to this issue.
Nowadays, most laboratory measuring tools have an RS232 port and/or a USB port, enabling you to drive them remotely. Usually, the manufacturers of this kind of instruments offer a proprietary software to drive them from a computer. This piece of software is usually more or less easy to use and not necessarily free. Obviously, it is tempting to get rid of the original software and to drive the devices on one's own. The question that we pondered this week was to know whether there was a universal way to drive this kind of equipment from an arbitrary software.