Yocto-powercolor

Yocto-PowerColor

  

This product makes light. But this is no ordinary light: you can drive the color and intensity of the light. This module is made of 2 parts: the main board, and one sub-board with one RGB (Red Green Blue) led on it. the sub-board can be detached, so you can place the led wherever you want, and even attach a reflector to it.

Moreover, this device does not require a real USB connection to work. You can configure the led color at module power-up, and then use a simple USB charger to power it.

This device can be connected directly to an Ethernet network using a YoctoHub-Ethernet, to a WiFi network using a YoctoHub-Wireless-g, it can even be connected to a GSM network thanks to the YoctoHub-GSM.

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USB cables and enclosure to be ordered separately.

CHF 78.41

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Specifications

Manufacturer Product NumberYRGBHI01
Product nameYocto-PowerColor
Width20mm
Length66mm
Weight8g
USB connectormicro-B
Supported Operating SystemsWindows, Linux (Intel + ARM), Mac OS X, Android
Driversno driver needed
API / SDK / Libraries (USB+TCP)C++, Objective-C, C#, VB .NET, Delphi, Python, Java/Android
API / SDK / Libraries (TCP only)Javascript, Node.js, PHP, Java
RoHSyes
Made inSwitzerland

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Downloads

User manual (HTML)
User manual (PDF)
Blueprints
3D file (STEP)
Last Firmware24473 (06/20/2016)
Library for Javascript26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for PHP26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for Objective C26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for C++26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for C#26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for VisualBasic .NET26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for Delphi26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for Python26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for Java26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for Android26144 (12/06/2016)
Library for Command line26144 (12/06/2016)
Virtual Hub for Windows26144 (12/06/2016)
Virtual Hub for Linux, Intel + ARM26144 (12/06/2016)
Virtual Hub for Mac-OS-X26144 (12/06/2016)


Add a comment 3 comments


1 - molkko Friday,october 11,2013 17H37

I disconnected the led and since then the led has not been working. I guess that the reason is that I used small saw for separating the units. The saw probably erroneusly connected some of those four wires with each others with copper dust or something. I can communicate with the unit normally but the led does nothing. Anything I should still try to get this unit up and running?

2 - martinm (Yocto-Team)Friday,october 11,2013 18H55

Just send a hi-resolution picture of your device to support. They will tell you if there is hope.

3 - molkko Saturday,october 12,2013 7H07

Concluding remark regarding my earlier post: The device works again. The lesson for me was that picoflex must be soldered.

Yoctopuce, get your stuff connected.