Yoctopuce support has recently received several emails from distinct customers asking our opinion on the best way to interface a water meter with Yoctopuce devices. This week, we take the opportunity to explain all this in details. Follow the guide...
As Yocto-Visualization is now available on Linux, we thought that we should make an effort for users fighting to maintain a Mac OS X macOS ecosystem. And thanks to the good work made by Mono's developers, it's now possible!
As some of you have already noticed it, version 2 of our Yocto-Visualization application doesn't run under Windows XP. Actually, it uses the .NET 4.5 framework which you can't install on Windows XP. This week, we show you how to work around this issue.
Yocto-Visualization enables you to very easily visualize data from Yoctopuce sensors, whether they are connected by USB or through a network hub, with the exception of the YoctoHub-GSM. Indeed, the GSM SIM cards available to ordinary people do not have a public IP address and are behind a NAT filter, which prevents the Yocto-Visualization to connect itself directly on it. However, there is a way to work around this issue.
On these hot Summer days, we propose to discuss today two classical topics of remote monitoring: monitoring the level of a tank and detecting water leaks (or other liquid leaks). For these two applications, we are going to show you how you can interface existing sensors with Yoctopuce modules.
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