New! The Yocto-SDI12

By Tiago june 07,2024.

The Yocto-SDI12 is finally available! Almost two years after we first tested SDI-12 as part of a post on a controlled watering system, the Yocto-SDI12 is now a reality. This communication module can be used as a data logger with sensors using SDI-12 communication, and it can also interface any SDI-12 sensor as if it were a Yoctopuce sensor.

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Interfacing MLX90393 sensors with a Yocto-I2C

By martinm, in Programming, may 31,2024.

A customer recently asked us for help interfacing a Melexis MLX90393 magnetic field sensor with a Yocto-I2C. We figured that, if we had to do the integration work, we might as well let everyone benefit from it.

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RFID and key management

By martinm, in Programming and DIY, may 23,2024.

In the past, we've been asked several times whether it was possible to build a key management system based on Yoctopuce modules. Of course, we're talking about keys for opening locks, not cryptographic keys. We did propose a modest project a few years ago, but with the arrival of Yocto-RFID-15693, we can think bigger.

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Updating the Java, TypeScript, and PHP libraries

By seb may 21,2024.

This week we review the roadmap we outlined at the start of the year. After the C++, C#, Python and libraries, we've just released version 2.0 of the Java, PHP, and TypeScript libraries. Here's a quick reminder of what's new.

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Would you like USB C devices ?

By mvuilleu, in Misc, may 10,2024.

For as long as we've been selling USB peripherals, we've taken great care to keep connectivity consistent across all our products, and to preserve module features when we need to make a new version. 13 years ago, the USB micro-B connector was just starting to make its mark, so we adopted it right from the start. Today, however, it's starting to be replaced by USB type-C, and we have to ask ourselves whether or when our products should migrate to USB C for their connectors. Give us your input !

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