The Yocto-Watt is a small module which is very convenient to measure by USB the voltage, the current, and the instantaneous real power of an electric circuit. As it is also able to integrate the power to compute the total energy for a given lapse of time, some users also employ it to measure the energy that a system consumes, and we have recently improved this feature.
When you work with several YoctoHubs, it's tiresome to have to configure network parameters and HTTP callbacks every time. This week, we are going to see how to copy the configuration of a YoctoHub onto another YoctoHub with the command line.
So... you like Yoctopuce devices a lot: you installed many of them everywhere and connected them to a few Raspberry Pi on which a VirtualHub is running. That's great, thank you for your confidence. There is a weird thing though: you cannot manage to write a Yoctopuce program able to contact two Raspberry Pi at the same time..
Yoctopuce serial interfaces can do much more then standard USB to serial adapters. One of their features which is not well known is their ability to record a communication, including the time interval between messages. To help you take the most out of it, we have just improved the user interface of these devices.
A customer recently asked us whether our Java library was compatible with Java 11. The answer is yes. We are always careful to remain compatible with current versions, while maintaining backward compatibility. In the present case, you can use our library with all Java versions starting with version 6. However, Java 9 introduces Java Platform Module System (JPMS or Project Jigsaw) and, as we are going to see, there are a few additional steps when using our library with Java modules.
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