Some time ago, we offered you a small application enabling you to compute the temperature compensation parameters for the Yocto-Bridge. After using it for a while, we noticed that this application wasn't the most user-friendly we have ever written. This week, we set this right and we propose a version which takes you by the hand to guide you in the required process to compute this compensation.
This week, we publish a new firmware for all the YoctoHubs, a new VirtualHub, as well as a new GatewayHub. The modifications mainly concern the web interface and their aim is to improve the ease of use of our modules through the GatewayHub and the configuration of the YoctoHubs. Let's have a look at the new features.
We recently took some time to study whether it was possible to improve the accuracy of some of our analog sensors with simple software changes. In particular, we suspected that it was possible to improve the sampling strategy to reduce the noise margin on some measures. Good news: it works and a simple firmware update on some modules is sufficient to make them really more accurate on some measures :-)
It was pointed out to us that we didn't have an infrared temperature sensor in our module range. Not to worry, this week we present our brand new Yocto-Temperature-IR. Follow the guide.
This week, we publish a new version of our C# library with some interesting new features: the library is now available through the NuGet package manager, we support .NET Core 2, and finally we managed to get rid of the dllmap entries that we needed to add when using our library with Mono.
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