Yoctopuce, USB Sensors and Actuators

USB Sensors and Actuators

Yoctopuce designs, manufactures and sells USB devices to let your computer sit in the real world. Our USB modules are tiny, easy to install and easy to drive programmatically. Among them you will find:

Yocto-MaxiMicroVolt-Rx

Yocto-MaxiMicroVolt-RxUSB device with 4 high-precision differential voltage inputs. The device can perform automatic computations based on these measures, and includes a built-in data logger.

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Yocto-RangeFinder

Yocto-RangeFinderUSB range finder sensor based on infra-red laser time-of-flight. This device can estimate distances to objects up to 1 or 2m, depending on conditions.

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Application examples, hints and tutorials

GSM power usage for sensor monitoring

When you must design a system that sends back measures through a GSM connection, there are two physical quantities that you want to estimate: que quantity of transferred data and the power consumption. We already had the opportunity to provide orders of magnitude for data consumption in a previous post, but we are going to see today how much power is needed to send back data periodically through a 3G or 4G GSM connection.

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Delphi, Free Pascal, and Lazarus

The Delphi API is among the first Yoctopuce libraries that we published. A few years later, someone asked us to make it also compatible with Lazarus, which we did gladly, but without advertising it. Recently, we were asked if we couldn't make it so that the library works with the Linux version of Lazarus as well.

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