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Yocto-4-20mA-Rx: the answer to exotic needs

By martinm, in Measures, november 08,2013.

Customers regularly ask us whether we don't want, by any chance, to build a module to measure [insert a physical quantity here]. Sometimes, we jump into it, but we sometimes also decline because the resulting module would be too specific. Therefore, we would likely be unable to sell enough modules to amortize the development costs. We thought about the issue, and we think that we have a reasonable solution.

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Weather station: display

By martinm, in Programming, october 31,2013.

Last week, we built a solar weather station which posts its data on xyvely. It's convenient, but it would be simpler to be able to consult the data without having to turn on a computer. This week, we tell you how to show this data on a Yoctopuce display. This requires some programming, but nothing too complex. If you wish, we can do this together...

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An autonomous solar weather station

By martinm, in Internet of Things and Measures, october 24,2013.

Do you recall the solar box? Actually, it has never worked well enough to be useful. Here at Yoctopuce, it has been renamed the NULL box. Ruthless, but not so far from reality. But this week, we have a new version of that experiment. This time, it is much easier to make it work because we now have hardware designed with that kind of application in mind.

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New: The YoctoHub-Wireless

By martinm, in New stuff, october 17,2013.

After almost two years spent in the vaporware section, the YoctoHub-Wireless is finally available. In short, it's a wireless YoctoHub-Ethernet, but there are some important differences. Let's have a closer look at them...




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Yoctopuce now supports Node.js

By mvuilleu, in Programming, october 11,2013.

Good news for Node.js users: we are introducing today a new version of our library, dedicated to this environment. Node.js is an easy-to-install environment that provides an interesting alternative to PHP, and known to be more efficient. You can now use it to drive your Yoctopuce devices as well, including in HTTP Callback mode.

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