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First tests of the Raspberry Pi 5

By seb, in Tiny PC, november 24,2023.

Announced a short while ago, the Raspberry Pi 5 is starting to be available. This week, we were finally able to get our hands on an 8Gb version and test whether the Raspberry Pi 4's USB stack problems have been solved.

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Advanced use of Home Assistant

By mvuilleu november 17,2023.

In our series of posts on using Yoctopuce modules with Home Assistant, we're going to show you how to integrate the more advanced functions of Yoctopuce modules, which are not directly offered by MQTT discovery. This will enable you, for example, to control a Neopixel RGB LED panel from Home Assistant, display information on an external Yoctopuce screen, or control an external device via an RS-485 link.

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New! The Yocto-IO-V2

By martinm, in New stuff, november 10,2023.

This week, we present the Yocto-IO-V2, a digital interface with four fully configurable inputs / outputs. In fact, it does exactly the same thing as the Yocto-IO, a product apparently very popular with Yoctopuce customers. One might well wonder why Yoctopuce decided to develop this version two...

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Yoctopuce and IPv6

By seb, in Programming and Misc, november 03,2023.

This week, we explain how to use VirtualHub 2.0 and the 2.0 libraries in a network infrastructure running on IPv6.

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Integrating remote sensors in Home Assistant

By mvuilleu, in Internet of Things, october 27,2023.

We've already shown you how to integrate Yoctopuce sensors in Home Assistant, by configuring a Yoctopuce hub to exchange data with an MQTT broker on the local network. But how do you go about integrating in Home Assistant sensors installed in another site without access to the local network, or even in the middle of nowhere with only a GSM connection?

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