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Yoctopuce Sensors


Yoctopuce Sensors
is WordPress plugin that connect your WordPress site to real-world sensors.
This plug-in registers a special URL suffix “?httpcallback” used by networked sensors to post data,
and adds a shortcode to retrieve most recent data.

To display the latest measure in WordPress, you can then use the [YSensor name=”…”] shortcode in
any page, indicating the name of your sensor (either its logical name if you assigned one or its
hardware identifier).


  • Support for all Yoctopuce sensors
  • Ethernet/Wireless sensors support
  • USB sensors support (via VirtualHub)


  • WordPress 3.5+
  • PHP 5.3+


  • This screenshot shows how a real-life sensor value can be included on a WordPress page
  • This screenshot shows the configuration panel


Unzip plugin files and upload them under your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory.

Resulted names will be:

Activate plugin at “Plugins” administration page.

Contributors & Developers

“Yoctopuce Sensors” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.



  • Initial release