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VirtualHub 2.0 : MQTT and TLS

By seb, in Misc, december 25,2020.

This week, we take a quick look at the latest developments of the VirtualHub 2.0 Beta. We have added support for MQTT callbacks on a TLS connection and binaries for the Raspberry Pi.





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Brightness requirements in display technology

By Blog Guest, in Misc, november 27,2020.

This week, we have invited a guest on our blog. Infinitus is one of our longstanding customers. They manufacture outdoor displays, and as you might guess, they have some use for Yoctopuce's light sensors. The Infinitus team wrote the article below and asked if we could publish it, we accepted.

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Emulating a Wiegand RFID reader

By mvuilleu, in Misc, october 11,2020.

We already showed you in a previous post how to use a Yocto-Serial to decode Wiegand messages over USB, for instance to interface an RFID reader. And as we could have guessed, someone asked a bit later if the reverse was possible as well: can we send Wiegand messages using the same USB interface? The answer is yes, it is now possible as well. Let's see how to proceed...

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Cloning a module configuration from a terminal

By seb, in Misc, july 17,2020.

When you work with several YoctoHubs, it's tiresome to have to configure network parameters and HTTP callbacks every time. This week, we are going to see how to copy the configuration of a YoctoHub onto another YoctoHub with the command line.



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Shipping costs, Taxes, Fees, and other unpleasant surprises

By martinm, in Misc, june 19,2020.

From time to time, Yoctopuce support receives emails from international customers rather upset surprised to have been asked for money upon delivery of their Yoctopuce order. As confusing as it may seem, this is a fairly common occurrence. This week, we are going to explain why this happens.

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