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New: the YoctoHub-Wireless-n

By mvuilleu, in New stuff, november 29,2019.

After a few years of good and loyal service, it is now time to offer an update for the YoctoHub-Wireless-g. The reason for the advent of this YoctoHub-Wireless-n is not linked to performances, as the 802.11g standard already offers a good enough flow rate to use Yoctopuce modules. It's rather to ensure you compatibility with the widest possible range of existing infrastructures that we offer this new module, which will soon replace previous versions.

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New! The LabVIEW Yoctopuce library

By martinm, in Programming and New stuff, november 22,2019.

Hear, hear! After all these years, the LabVIEW library is here at long last! Until now, LabVIEW users who wanted to use Yoctopuce modules had to settle for a handcrafted workaround that we designed a few years ago. But this time we're not joking anymore, we offer a true library for LabVIEW which enables you to exploit the whole potential of Yoctopuce modules.

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How to fix Raspberry Pi 4 USB stack

By seb november 15,2019.

Many users, including some of our customers, are beginning to use the Raspberry Pi 4 announced at the start of Summer. Unfortunately, the current firmware for Raspberry Pi 4 contains a bug which prevents our modules to work properly. This post is going to show you how to update your Raspberry Pi and correct this bug.

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New: The Yocto-RS485-V2

By mvuilleu, in New stuff, november 08,2019.

Once again, we have the pleasure to announce a product improvement. We are replacing the Yocto-RS485, our RS485 insulated interface, with the Yocto-RS485-V2 which is fully compatible but benefits from improvements in terms of electromagnetic compatibility.

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How to efficiently read a sensor with the command line API

By seb, in Misc, november 01,2019.

Our command line library enables you to use all our modules from a terminal or in a shell script.
We have used this library several times to configure a module or perform a one-time task, but we noticed that we never yet spoke of another type of use: monitoring the values measured in a shell script.


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