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The Yocto-Color and RGBW leds

By martinm, in New stuff and Programming, april 06,2018.

The Yocto-Color-V2 was designed in the beginning of 2016 to drive those small RGB leds that one can wire serially and address individually, the most well known ones being the Adafruit NEOPIXEL leds. Meanwhile appeared the RGBW leds, which can emit not only red, green, and blue but also white and which are, for sure, compatible with the classic RGB leds. Good news: we just published a new firmware for the Yocto-Color-V2 which drives these RGBW leds.

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New: PRTG support in the YoctoHubs

By mvuilleu, in New stuff and Internet of Things, march 30,2018.

This week, we added support to the YoctoHubs and VirtualHub for a new monitoring and graph system, which is of particular interest to system engineers: PRTG. From now on, no more excuse for not detecting air conditioning failures before the servers crash :-)

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Implementing a scale with Windows 10 IoT

By seb, in Internet of Things and Tiny PC, march 23,2018.

This week, we wanted to test Windows IoT. To do so, we decided to use a Raspberry Pi 3, our new Yocto-Bridge module and a Yocto-MaxiDisplay to implement a weighing scale.





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New: alarms in Yocto-Visualisation app

By martinm, in New stuff and Measures, march 16,2018.

Someone recently asked us whether it was possible to add alarms in the Yocto-Visualization application. That's now done. Let's see how it works...

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GSM data usage for sensor monitoring

By mvuilleu march 09,2018.

A large portion of the costs for a remote monitoring installation using the cellular network is linked to communication costs that the provider bills. It is therefore important to correctly estimate the amount of data transmitted in order to budget the system, to select the most appropriate subscription, and make the best technical choices. Here are a few elements which can help you to do so.

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