There are probably not many measuring devices based on a physical phenomenon as unstable as barometric altimeters. And yet, they are still widely used, for want of anything better. Technological progress even makes it possible to go even further in the accuracy of this technique, which seems to defy common sense. Welcome to the Yocto-Altimeter-V2!
This week, we are going to do a small and amusing DIY: we will build a speedometer for a hamster wheel.
It seems that when it comes to installing accessories such as electrically powered roller shutters or lights built into a house, the tendency is to avoid pulling cables but to stick on the walls switches which are actually battery-powered radio controls. We are not very convinced of the ecological balance sheet of such a shortcut, but it opens up interesting prospects in terms of DIY.
To open the door to new applications, we extend our range of analog voltage measuring tools. The newcomer, the Yocto-MaxiMicroVolt-Rx, is the most accurate of all, and it can measure minute voltages, in the order of the micro-volt. Let's see what this means...
A few weeks ago, we listed the Yoctopuce libraries supporting Linux ARM64, but C# was not part of the list because .NET Core 2.0 doesn't support this architecture. We nevertheless added ARM64 support to our C# library because it is possible to use a preview version on the next version of .NET Core which will support this platform.
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