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A macro keyboard, Yoctopuce-style

By Tiago, in DIY, april 12,2024.

Some time ago, we presented a method for driving Yoctopuce modules with an Elgato Stream Deck. Today, we're showing you how to create a macro keyboard, inspired by the Stream Deck but based on a Yoctopuce module.

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New! The Yocto-RFID-15693

By martinm, in New stuff, april 05,2024.

We've already talked about it in this blog: Yoctopuce has been trying to make a (good) RFID reader for literally years. A project which, until now, has never materialized due to the lack of a good-quality radio module that doesn't cost an arm. But this time, we think we've found it, and Yoctopuce is finally marketing an RFID reader. Let's see have a look at it...

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Why do browsers block VirtualHub v2?

By seb, in Programming and Misc, march 29,2024.

We've received a few messages from customers who were surprised the first time they used VirtualHub v2 (still in beta). Indeed, the first time you connect to the VirtualHub v2 web interface, the browser blocks the page and displays a big warning about an invalid certificate. But don't panic! It's nothing serious. We'll explain everything.



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Guiding a spotlight with rangefinders

By mvuilleu, in DIY, march 22,2024.

A month ago, we presented in this blog two products whose tests had proved quite successful: a small rangefinder that worked over 10m, and a small DMX512-controlled motorized spotlight. We thought we'd make a fun little project by combining them, and there's nothing like this kind of testing to see if a product lives up to its promise...

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Measuring high concentrations of CO2

By martinm, in Measures and Programming, march 15,2024.

The Yocto-CO2-V2 can measure concentrations up to 40000ppm or 4%, but we're sometimes asked if there isn't a model capable of measuring higher concentrations. The answer is no, but on the other hand, it's easy enough to use Yoctopuce modules to interface other CO2 sensors, such as the K33 ICB-F from Senseair, which can measure CO2 concentrations of up to 10%.

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