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New: the Yocto-VOC-V3

By mvuilleu, in New stuff and Measures, march 08,2019.

Here is again a product enhancement news, this time about our volatile organic compound (VOC) sensor. From now on, the Yocto-VOC-V3 replaces the Yocto-VOC-V2. As usual, neither the form factor, nor the sensor position, nor the software API changes from one version to the other. And for once, the newer version is even a bit cheaper than the old one...

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Hazardous live voltages

By mvuilleu march 04,2019.

As part of the constant improvements we make to our products, we are at the end of an security update of the products designed to be connected to hazardous live voltages. We take this opportunity for an overview of our products to specify what you can do without risk and what you must avoid doing...

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Using the C# library on Linux and macOS with Mono

By seb, in Programming, february 22,2019.

We recently published two C# applications which use Yoctopuce modules: Yocto-Visualization and Yocto-Discovery. Thanks to Mono, we can run these two applications under Windows, macOS, and Linux (Intel and ARM). We needed a few trials until Mono accepted to use our library. So we thought that this would interest other users...

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Yoctopuce & NEEO, the useless driver

By martinm, in Programming and Internet of Things, february 15,2019.

For a long while, the Rolls of universal remote controls was the Pronto series, but Philips stopped manufacturing them about ten years ago. They had probably exhausted the pool of customers ready to pay one thousand dollars for a universal remote control. Today, the next generation is more or less ensured by Logitech's Harmony and NEEO. As NEEO provides an SDK, we wondered if we could use it to control Yoctopuce modules.

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New: the Yocto-Pressure

By martinm, in Measures and New stuff, february 08,2019.

This week, we yet again announce a new product: the Yocto-Pressure, a small and very simple USB module which enables you to measure the pressure of a gas or of a liquid up to 10 bars.

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