After last week's post on how to query an SPI sensor by explicitly managing SPI communications using the Yoctopuce library, we are now going to show how the Yocto-SPI can make your life even easier, and above all simplify the code of the application.
Creating a software to query an SPI sensor contains a number of traps, linked to the specificities of this communication mode. This post provides some advice to avoid the most frequent pitfalls.
One of our customers asked us how to install the VirtualHub on the Tiny Core Linux distribution. To be honest, we had never heard of this distribution, but we discovered that this distribution made interesting technical choices. Thus, we are going to show you how to install the VirtualHub, or your own application, on Tiny Core Linux.
This week, we provide you with a short tutorial explaining the basis of the use of Yoctopuce modules into LabVIEW. We limit ourselves to a very simple application: turning on and off a light depending on the ambient light level.
Three years ago, we gave you a small preview of what could be a Yoctopuce module used to drive stepper motors. In the mean time, a lot of time has past, but this module is still not for sale. We do intend to offer it in the future, but if in between you need to drive a stepper motor for a simple application, we may have a solution for you ...
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