Phidgets are a set of user friendly building blocks for low cost USB sensing and control from your PC.
Simply plug in the device and write a program with the help of our robust API. Applications can be developed quickly by programmers using their favorite language: Android Java, Applescript, C/C++, C#, Cocoa, Delphi, Flash AS3, Java, LabVIEW, MATLAB, Max/MSP, Python, Ruby, Visual Basic.NET, Visual Basic 6.0, Visual Basic for Applications, Visual Basic Script, Visual C/C++/Borland.NET, and FlowStone.
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If you're looking to run long sensor cable around your house or to a robot (or anything), you may need to consider what sensors you're using. Long cables don’t affect all sensors equally, so let’s explore why some sensors function fine and others don’t.
Small voltages and currents pose some difficulties when being measured, but solutions for measuring these tiny values do exist. Here's how to set up some unlikely Phidgets to read your small voltages and currents.
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