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Pool control with Home Assistant

By mvuilleu, in Internet of Things and Measures, may 26,2023.

As Yoctopuce modules can now be controlled by MQTT, we propose this week a concrete example of their use in a system entirely controlled by Home Assistant. The goal of this project is to obtain a control panel gathering all the important parameters to check the state of a private pool, and to implement some simple regulation automations that can then be easily refined to optimize the pool energy consumption.

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The price of double-width enclosures is increasing :-(

By martinm, in Misc, may 19,2023.

If you are using double-width Yoctopuce modules, you are also familiar with the double-width enclosures. At 18 CHF (excl. tax) each, you probably find them overpriced. So do we. But we had to increase their price significantly. And we think the least we can do is to explain why.

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A night light with Node-RED and MQTT

By seb may 12,2023.

Last week, we saw that it is now possible to send commands to our modules from an MQTT broker. To illustrate this feature, this week we see how to make a "night light" using a Yocto-Color-V2 and Node-RED.


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Extending MQTT support

By mvuilleu, in Internet of Things and New stuff, may 05,2023.

After the encouraging results of our integration of Yoctopuce sensors in Home Assistant via the MQTT gateway, we could not resist the temptation to integrate our actuator modules as well. But to do so, we had to start by improving our MQTT support by enabling MQTT to send commands to the modules. Here is a presentation of these improvements.

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Writing robust code

By martinm, in For the beginners and Programming, april 28,2023.

source:jarekgrafik@pixabayThis week we'll show you some programming tips and tricks to make an application that uses Yoctopuce modules more robust. This is important if you want to build sytems that need to run 24/7 without failing.

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