New: The Yocto-LatchingRelay

By martinm, in New stuff, june 09,2023.

This week, we present the Yocto-LatchingRelay. Officially, it's a new product. Unofficially, it replaces the Yocto-LatchedRelay, which we wanted to get rid of for a long time.

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Extending MQTT support

By mvuilleu, in Internet of Things and New stuff, may 05,2023.

After the encouraging results of our integration of Yoctopuce sensors in Home Assistant via the MQTT gateway, we could not resist the temptation to integrate our actuator modules as well. But to do so, we had to start by improving our MQTT support by enabling MQTT to send commands to the modules. Here is a presentation of these improvements.

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VirtualHub (for Web) Advanced Installation Guide

By mvuilleu, in New stuff and Internet of Things, december 23,2022.

In the last few weeks, we have shown you our new web solution to control and remotely monitor Yoctopuce systems. We took care to provide you with a tool allowing you to perform the installation in a few clicks in most cases, but as we quickly met users for whom this was not enough, here is a more detailed installation guide of VirtualHub (for Web).

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New: Yocto-Visualization (for web)

By martinm, in New stuff and Internet of Things, december 09,2022.

This year, Santa Claus is a bit early. After offering you last week a web version of the VirtualHub, Yoctopuce is now offering you the web version of Yocto-Visualization, our ever-popular application that allows you to visualize Yoctopuce sensor data. Let's unwrap your gift together, shall we...

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New: a VirtualHub that works through the web

By mvuilleu, in New stuff and Internet of Things, december 02,2022.

When setting up an automation or measure system, it is essential to be able to monitor it remotely and easily. Today, we offer you a new solution to monitor and control your Yoctopuce-based systems via the Internet, which you can easily install on (almost) any web host: here is the VirtualHub for Web.

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