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Scanning an I2C bus

By martinm, in Programming, april 15,2022.

A customer pointed out to us that the Yoctopuce API doesn't allow for the Yocto-I2C to scan an I2C bus to detect the devices connected to it. It turns out that this is not quite accurate...

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Using Yoctopuce modules on a Mac with an Apple chip

By seb april 09,2022.

We have more and more customers who use our products on Macs equipped with Apple silicon (ARM) processors. This week, we are going to look at the implications that these new systems have on our products.




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Yoctopuce modules: from production to shipping

By Tiago, in Misc, april 01,2022.

About 10 years ago, we showed you in three posts how USB modules are borne at Yoctopuce, from the prototype to production. Today, we present the last stages of production: the soldering of the through components, which is now also automated, the preparation of the modules and, finally, the shipping of the orders placed by our customers.

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Using a proximity sensor behind a window

By mvuilleu, in Measures, march 25,2022.

Infrared proximity sensors, such as the Yocto-Proximity, are an effective alternative to pressure switches in order to detect when an object has been placed at a given location. But for reliable and robust use, you must respect a few implementation rules, especially if you put a protective glass in front of the sensor.

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Yoctopuce enclosures and logos

By martinm, in Misc, march 18,2022.

If you have read this post dating from 2012, you know that from 10 items onwards, you can have your own logo engraved on your single width enclosures, and this free of charge. Well, as it happens, Yoctopuce no longer offers this engraving service... instead we offer a printing service...

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