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.
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.
The Yocto-Visualization (for web) application has been coded to be as similar as possible to the native version. However, there are some differences. This week, we propose to discuss them.
Although Yoctopuce sensors have a built-in data logger, it is often useful to store the data in a database or CSV file for local processing. Ideally, one would like to fetch the data in real time as much as possible, but reserving the possibility to retrieve the data stored by the module in case of temporary connection loss. And this is not so difficult to do...
At Yoctopuce, we like to travel by electric bike and we have decided to measure the charge of an electric bike battery with a Yocto-Watt and the Yocto-Visualization application. This doesn't require any programming, but a rather good knowledge of Yocto-Visualization to obtain a readable and pretty graph. We thought that monitoring the electrical consumption of a device could interest other people. Here is what we did.
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