With the current supply difficulties, it is crucial to have a rigorous inventory management. We already showed you two tools based on Yoctopuce modules that we implemented, which take advantage of the DataMatrix 2D code labels found on most electronic component reels. Today, we are going to see how to manage items which do not have such a label.
We have to admit that working with Modbus devices is quite tedious: data are often binary encoded, and all the transactions are validated with a checksum, forcing you to write some code before being able to obtain any result. So, this week, we have a small present for customers using Yoctopuce modules to drive Modbus devices.
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.
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...
The most experienced Yoctopuce module users know that they all host a mini web server that enables you to control them. Usually, we use the Yoctopuce library to communicate with the modules, but it is sometimes useful to directly use HTTP requests to drive the Yoctopuce modules. Today, we're sharing some secrets about this feature.
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