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Transforming the Yocto-milliVolt-Rx into a USB ammeter

By martinm, in Measures and Electronics, july 04,2014.

Last week, we presented our brand new USB voltmeter, the Yocto-milliVolt-Rx enabling you to measure voltages with an accuracy of the order of a ten of µV. Obviously, some of you asked: "Can we have the same thing with an ammeter?". Good news: it's almost trivial to transform the Yocto-milliVolt-Rx into an ammeter.

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Using the new Yocto-milliVolt-Rx for pH measures

By mvuilleu, in Measures and New stuff, june 27,2014.

After the Yocto-Volt and the Yocto-0-10V-Rx, we add today the Yocto-milliVolt-Rx to our family of electrically insulated voltage sensors. This new module is specifically designed for precision measures of low electric signals, from less than a millivolt to a maximum of 2V. Its design enables a direct measure of very fragile voltages, such as in a pH probe for instance.

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A smartphone-controlled pool cover

By Sébastien Rinsoz, in Android, DIY and Internet of Things, june 19,2014.

If you own a swimming pool, you have probably implemented a method to save kids from falling into the pool. One popular method is the use of an automatic pool cover, but often these systems can only be driven using a mechanical switch. This week we will show how to control a system like this using your smartphone.

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New product: the Yocto-Motor-DC

By martinm, in New stuff, june 13,2014.

Today, we present you with the newest Yoctopuce product: the Yocto-Motor-DC. It's a motor controller enabling you to drive brushed or carbon motors. Let me show you around...

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Sending keystrokes from sensor data

By mvuilleu, in Programming, june 06,2014.

The best way to use our devices is to leverage our programming API, available for most programming languages. But there is also a trick to use our sensors to interface existing applications for which you don't have the source code, by emulating keyboard input. If you are building a flight simulator deck or simply try to improve an old-fashioned data entry form interface, this is worth giving a look...

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