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Using Xively or Emoncms with a YoctoHub

By Sébastien Rinsoz, in Measures and Internet of Things, september 18,2014.

When you simply want to display a physical measure with a Yoctopuce module, there are several solutions: You can write your own program to display the sensor data, or use the embedded data logger with our command line API to export the data. But there is an even simpler solution: configuring a YoctoHub to post the values in the cloud. We natively support Xively and Emoncms, and this week we explain how to configure a YoctoHub to use these services.

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The new YoctoHub-Wireless-g

By mvuilleu, in New stuff, september 11,2014.

For a year, we have been offering the YoctoHub-Wireless to enable you to connect your Yoctopuce modules directly to a wireless network, without a computer. Experience showed a few limitations of this first version and we are happy to present today its successor: the YoctoHub-Wireless-g. Although nothing changes in its shape or in its use, some people will rejoice. So let's see the improvements...

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How to desolder an electronic component

By martinm, in DIY and Electronics, september 05,2014.

Quite a while ago, we offered you a a brief soldering tutorial. Given the success of this post, we thought that you'd perhaps like us to explain how to desolder an electronic component without losing your mind...

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An Excel RTD Server for Yoctopuce sensors

By mvuilleu, in Measures and Programming, august 29,2014.

Almost two years ago, we showed you how to access Yoctopuce devices from Excel by creating your own Excel add-in using Excel-DNA. Today we are going to show something simpler and even better: read any Yoctopuce sensor from Excel, with instant live refresh, without even recompiling a single line of code...

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Resurrecting an old clock

By mvuilleu, in DIY and Internet of Things, august 22,2014.

Somewhere in the middle of rural Germany, there is an old mansion with a front clock, which used to chime the hours once upon a time. It's an old and tired mechanical clock, which was probably never very accurate and which now sometimes stops. As it's not possible to set it to time manually (it doesn't have a free wheel system), it was condemned to a standstill. Until last week, when, with the help of a few Yoctopuce modules, we built a pacemaker for it...

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