Load cell temperature drift compensation

By mvuilleu, in Measures, june 04,2018.

A rather unique specificity of the Yocto-Bridge, and of its big brother the Yocto-MaxiBridge, is the possibility to perform a software compensation of the temperature drift of the load cell. But is it truly necessary, and how do we go about it? Those are the questions that we are going to answer here.

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Running an application with systemd when booting Linux

By seb, in Programming, may 25,2018.

This week, we are going to talk about a topic which is not linked only to Yoctopuce modules but which will certainly be of interest to those of our readers who use Raspberry Pi machines or other Linux systems: How to automatically run an application when Linux starts.

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A secret box, Yoctopuce style

By martinm, in DIY, may 18,2018.

Do you remember the GT-521F52 fingerprint reader that we tested three weeks ago? We found a nice and fun application for it...

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Free geolocalization using Leaflet

By mvuilleu, in Programming, may 12,2018.

OpenStreetMap logo by Ken Vermette [CC BY-SA 2.0]Two years ago, we showed you how to geolocalize a vehicle without using a paying service, with a Yocto-GPS and the Google Maps API. But this month, Google decided to make the use of the Google Maps API billable. This gives us the opportunity to have a look at alternatives based on free and collaborative development, which no longer have anything to envy Google.

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Implementing a hanging scale

By seb, in DIY and Android, may 04,2018.

This week, we are going to do some tinkering and build a hanging scale with a Yocto-Bridge and an Android smart phone. The aim is to weigh objects ranging from a few hundreds of grams to about twenty kilos, in order to weigh objects such a model air planes or bikes. Strangely, two widely popular hobbies at Yoctopuce :-)

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