ThingPulse develops, promotes and sells IoT hardware and software for both makers and consumers. Find out more in the About section.
For those interested in making IoT projects ThingPulse offers both introductory and advanced developer workshops in Zurich, Switzerland. Sample topic: “Advanced IoT with ESP32 and Platform IO”.
From Your Vision to Your Product
Have an idea for an IoT product but lack the expertise and/or the manufacturing resources? We have got you covered. Besides launching our own products from time to time we design, develop and manufacture IoT products for customers – globally. Thanks to our network of manufacturing partners we are in a position to produce even small batches at very interesting rates.
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Latest Blog Posts
- Microsoft Teams presence on Icon64Displaying your Microsoft Teams presence on Icon64, the ThingPulse LED matrix device, is a great way to let others around you know whether you are available or whether they would be interrupting your meeting. We are pleased to announce a brand-new app for the Icon64 that allows you to broadcast your Microsoft Teams presence to… Read more: Microsoft Teams presence on Icon64
- USB Settings for Logging with the ESP32-S3 in PlatformIOThe ESP32-S3 is endowed with two noteworthy USB features that its predecessor, the original ESP32, lacked: USB OTG and USB CDC/JTAG. This blog post delves into the platformio.ini settings that govern the USB behavior of the ESP32-S3, with a particular focus on logging in CDC/JTAG mode.
- ePulse Feather & ESPNow: A Dream TeamIn an earlier blog post we described how to use the ePulse dev board to send messages over ESPNow to achieve ultra long battery life. Now we wanted to test our new development board – the ePulse Feather – with a similar setup.
- Icon64 – Word ClockIn this short video we are showing how easy it is to turn the Icon64 into a beautiful word clock.
- Breathing LEDs – cracking the algorithm behind our breathing patternWhen was the last time you were thinking about your breathing pattern or the algorithm that forms it (or does the pattern form the algorithm)? I guess it is safe to assume that if your answer is “never” or “it’s been ages” you will be like most readers. Also, if the term spirometry does not… Read more: Breathing LEDs – cracking the algorithm behind our breathing pattern