Some time ago, we played with Murata SCL3300 tilt sensor. During these tests, we were impressed enough by its accuracy to think that it was worth it to make it into a dedicated Yoctopuce module. Hence the Yocto-Inclinometer that we present today.
We are constantly improving our products, our programming libraries, as well as our tools. This week, we are writing about a new feature that we just added to the VirtualHub: the HTTPS support. We even offer you to test this new feature by using the beta version of the VirtualHub 2.0.
This week, we have invited a guest on our blog. Infinitus is one of our longstanding customers. They manufacture outdoor displays, and as you might guess, they have some use for Yoctopuce's light sensors. The Infinitus team wrote the article below and asked if we could publish it, we accepted.
Someone recently asked us how to interface an AMS TSL2591 ambient light sensor with the Yocto-I2C. It's an interesting question for two reasons: the TSL2591 is considerably more sensitive in low light than the Yocto-Light-V2 or the Yocto-Light-V3 and more particularly its I2C protocol is not the simplest to implement. It's an opportunity to test the limits of the Yocto-I2C autonomous job system.
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