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.
Stripping the Yocto-Visualization V2 application of all third party libraries has an interesting side effect: one may try to compile it with Mono and make it run on operating systems other than Windows. So we tried to make a Linux version... and it works!
Customers sometimes ask us how to measure the electrical resistance of a circuit by USB using a Yoctopuce module, as we didn't implement a Yocto-Ohm module. Therefore, we are going to explain today how to use other existing Yoctopuce modules to easily measure resistors. You'll see that it's not only possible, but also that you can obtain an excellent accuracy.
One year ago, we offered you the Yocto-Visualization application, which enabled you to display in a few clicks the value of Yoctopuce sensors as graphs and gauges. This week, we revise the concept from top to bottom with version 2...
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