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The secrets of the Yocto-(Maxi)Knob

By mvuilleu, in Electronics, august 12,2022.

Reading a potentiometer, push button or other resistive sensor via USB is a priori not very complicated. By the way, the Yocto-Knob is one of the very first modules we put for sale more than ten years ago. However, depending on the applications, the needs are not always the same. Therefore, over time we added new settings in order to refine the measures. Let's see this in details...

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Reed switch vs. Hall effect sensor

By martinm, in Electronics and DIY, august 05,2022.

Two years ago, we told you about reed switches, especially to warn you about the difficulties that you can encounter when you want to use them to build a rev counter. But we had somewhat forgotten to tell you about Hall effect sensors, which can be a welcome substitute.

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A WiFi-driven LED aquarium lightning

By mvuilleu, in DIY and Internet of Things, july 29,2022.

Following an epic tadpole story that did not turn out as planned, four goldfish came into my house with their aquarium. The aquarium was second hand, so the lighting was no longer in working order. No worries, we will repair it in the Yoctopuce way...

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Use TLS/SSL with our Android library

By seb, in Android, july 25,2022.

Some time ago we added SSL/TLS support to our Android library. This feature allows you to use a secure communication channel between the library and the VirtualHub v2.0 (still in BETA) or the GatewayHub. Using this new feature is quite simple, but requires some tricks if you are using a Self-signed certificate on the VirtualHub.

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How to retrieve Yoctopuce API logs in LabVIEW

By martinm, in Programming, july 15,2022.

While we were talking with a customer who had some trouble with the LabVIEW library, we thought that it would be nice to have the logs of the Yoctopuce API to understand what happens. It so happens that the LabVIEW library already has a primitive able to do so, but it's not necessarily easy to use. So this week, we show you how to do it.

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