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Controlling an IntelliFlo pump from Home Assistant

By mvuilleu, in Measures and Internet of Things, july 07,2023.

A few weeks ago, we shared with you the first steps in integrating an existing pool control system into Home Assistant. This post follows up on that project, with the replacement of the old fixed-speed pump with an IntelliFlo Whisterflo VSF variable-speed pump, which we control using a Yocto-RS485-V2.

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Pool control with Home Assistant

By mvuilleu, in Internet of Things and Measures, may 26,2023.

As Yoctopuce modules can now be controlled by MQTT, we propose this week a concrete example of their use in a system entirely controlled by Home Assistant. The goal of this project is to obtain a control panel gathering all the important parameters to check the state of a private pool, and to implement some simple regulation automations that can then be easily refined to optimize the pool energy consumption.

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Yoctopuce and Home Assistant

By mvuilleu, in Measures and Internet of Things, april 14,2023.

Even if Yoctopuce devices are more often used for professional automation than for private home automation, we already had the opportunity to present you some home automation applications: a ventilation system to fight humidity, a system to optimize watering according to the weather, etc. So we decided to study the possibility of integrating the monitoring of these systems on a standard home automation console: Home Assistant.

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How to easily build a test bench for lights

By seb, in Measures, february 18,2023.

This week we have built a small test bench to determine the autonomy of several bike lights. This post, quite short, aims to show you how to build this bench very quickly using Yoctopuce modules.




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Your own web page in Yocto-Visualization (for web)

By martinm, in Measures, february 03,2023.

If you have already used Yocto-Visualization (for web) installer, you may have noticed an option that allows you to use your own web page as a container. This week we'd like to take a closer look at this intriguing feature.

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