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New! The Yocto-Serial

By martinm, in New stuff, february 20,2015.

The Yocto-Serial is the little brother of the Yocto-RS232. While the Yocto-RS232 follows the RS232 standard, the Yocto-Serial works with TTL logical levels. If you don't know the difference between the two, you'd better pay close attention to what comes next...

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The Yocto-Buzzer

By martinm, in New stuff, february 13,2015.

Since a few days ago, you can order a new product on our online shop: the Yocto-Buzzer. It's mainly a small USB driven buzzer, but it also has some additional features that can be quite useful if you are used to building automatic systems. Let's have a closer look, shall we?

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An automatic Nespresso capsule dispenser

By seb, in DIY and Android, february 06,2015.

When one gets a Nespresso coffee machine, the first question that comes to mind is how to organize the different colors of coffee capsules. While chatting with friends about the existing solutions to this "problem", we have been challenged to build an automatic coffee capsule dispenser. Of course, we could not resist...


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New ! The Yocto-RS232

By martinm, in New stuff, january 30,2015.

This week, we are presenting the Yocto-RS232. This project was in and about for a while, but because of a recent increase in the demand for this kind of module, we at last decided to complete it. The Yocto-RS232 has a hard duty: to simplify your life to access anything with an RS232 interface. You must be thinking that FTDI has been doing this very well for a long time... Maybe, but the Yocto-RS232 may open up your eyes to new horizons.

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Light sensors comparison

By mvuilleu, in Reviews, New stuff and Measures, january 23,2015.

Some time ago, we had to stop making the Yocto-Light because the OSRAM light sensor that we used on this module stopped being produced. As a replacement, we now offer two products: the Yocto-Light-V2, more reactive, based on an AVAGO sensor, and the Yocto-Light-V3, truer to the human eye, based on a ROHM sensor. Let's see how they compare...

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