Yocto-light-v3 wireless-g

Yocto-Light-V3 Wireless-g

   

Combine a Yocto-Light-V3 with a YoctoHub-Wireless-g to get an autonomous appliance with built-in network connectivity:

Yocto-Light-V3

YoctoHub-Wireless-g

The Yocto-Light-V3 device is an USB ambiant light sensor (lux meter) which will allow you to you measure ambient light up to 100'000 lux. Measurements can be directly read or stored on the device internal flash for later retrieval when connected again.

This device is a replacement for the Yocto-Light V1 which is not produced anymore. THe response to light is closer to human eye than the Yocto-Light-V2.

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The YoctoHub-Wireless-g is a wireless-enabled module that can host three Yoctopuce modules to access them remotely through a Wifi network (802.11g). It can be powered either by a USB Micro-B cable and a regular phone charger, or a 5V battery pack.

Three Yoctopuce modules can be connected directly, one of which can be fixed directly on the YoctoHub-Wireless-g and connected using a Board2Board-127 connector. More devices can be connected, thanks to the YoctoHub-Shield extension. The YoctoHub-Wireless-g can power Yoctopuce devices up to 2A.

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Yocto-Light-V3
YoctoHub-Wireless-g
HubConnectionKit
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Specifications

Manufacturer Product NumberLIGHTMK3
Product name:Yocto-Light-V3
SensorBH1751FVI
USB connectormicro-B
Refresh rate4Hz
Measuring range0...100'000lux
Sensitivity0.25lux
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
Cables and enclosuresavailable separately
Made inSwitzerland



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1 - norran Sunday,september 10,2017 21H31

Hi,

I'm suprised new desktop motherboards don't come with light sensors and was therefore very happy to find this product.

You claim that it don't need any drivers. Does that mean that Windows will automatically register this as a light sensors common in laptops and use it to adjust my external screens brightness?

Or is that a no go since my screen is external? (However, this tool seems to indicate that it is possible for software to adjust my monitor: http://clickmonitorddc.bplaced.net/)

Thankful for any help I can get.

Yoctopuce, get your stuff connected.