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A speedometer for hamsters

By seb, in DIY, august 30,2019.

This week, we are going to do a small and amusing DIY: we will build a speedometer for a hamster wheel.



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Driving roller shutters

By martinm, in DIY and Internet of Things, august 22,2019.

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.

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A wifi-controlled extension cord

By martinm, in Internet of Things and DIY, may 03,2019.

Recently at Yoctopuce, we started to build, for internal use, many small boxes that some wouldn't hesitate to call "Smart Extension Cords", but which are in fact a simple application of the Yoctopuce technology: Wifi controlled extension cords. We thought that you might be interested in knowing how we build them.

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A weather station with MQTT and Node-Red

By thibaut, in DIY and Internet of Things, december 07,2018.

We already discussed home-made weather stations in our blog, but none before had this "pagoda" design or used this messaging protocol. That's why we are writing a new post. The aim of this "low cost" weather station is to build it with materials as basic as possible

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What is the consumption of my workbench?

By Thibaut, in DIY and Measures, november 16,2018.

Electric consumption has been at the heart of the news in recent years. Being great fans of graphs and measurements, we propose a small system allowing you to follow in real time the electric consumption of a workbench. As I am new here at Yoctopuce, I was appointed guinea pig to do it my own way, while discovering Yoctopuce modules at the same time.

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