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...
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.
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.
You probably know that our serial interfaces, such as the Yocto-RS232, the Yocto-RS485-V2, or the Yocto-SPI can run scripts autonomously. As we noticed that it wasn't always easy to write scripts that were correct the first time round, especially the part decoding received messages, we created a small interactive tool to help you test your expressions.
Here in Switzerland, the population is currently not formally confined, but all the schools and all the non-essentials shops are closed, meetings of more than 5 people are forbidden. Borders are closed as well, unless you have a truly valid reason to cross them, and the population is strongly encouraged to stay at home. If you read this post, you are either bored senseless at home, or you wonder how Yoctopuce is handling this unprecedented crisis.
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