Testing the TR-EVO-60M-I2C rangefinder

By martinm, in Reviews, february 23,2024.

More or less by chance, we came across the TR-EVO-60M-I2C rangefinder manufactured by TeraBee. It promises a detection distance of 0.5 to 60 meters with a viewing angle of 2░. All this in the volume of a 3cm cube with an I2C and serial interface. At around 100 CHF apiece, we couldn't resist buying one to play with.

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Updating the C++, C#, VB and Python libraries

By seb, in Programming, february 17,2024.

At the beginning of the year, we set out our road map for the software and libraries we offer. This week, we published the first batch of libraries officially upgraded to v2.0. These are the C++, C#,, and Python libraries.

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pH probe calibration

By mvuilleu, in Measures and New stuff, february 09,2024.

Ten years ago, we published a post showing how to use the Yocto-milliVolt-Rx-BNC with a pH probe to digitally extract measures. Of course, the 2014 module still works today, but in the meantime we've released a few tools which make using it even easier. So here's an update to this post...

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Interfacing the LCD1602-RGB display, bonus

By martinm, in Programming, february 02,2024.

Having successfully operated WaveShare's LCD1602-RGB display with a Yocto-I2C, we wondered if we could use the Yocto-I2C's built-in job system to read values from an I2C sensor and display them directly on the display without the intervention of a USB host. In theory, it's feasible; in practice, it's rather complicated, but interesting.

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Installing VirtualHub on Home Assistant Operating System

By seb january 26,2024.

In a previous post, we explained how to integrate Yoctopuce modules into Home Assistant using the MQTT protocol. This week, we show you how to install our VirtualHub application on Home Assistant.

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