ICT Register an Application on TTN

welcome to the ICT international MF R and s node configuration tutorial registering an application on T TN enter an ID in description the ID must be all lowercase the ID and description are to help you identify your node so set them to whatever you'd like select a handler handlers in locations near your installation have less latency so you'll get your data faster to save data you'll need to create an integration the simplest is the data story once you create it it'll start storing data no further configuration is necessary next add a Dakota these are supplied by ICT international an example is also available in the manual for the MFR node and s node add a device set the ID to whatever you'd like again it must be all lowercase Auto generate the device a UI app key and app GUI next we need to connect to the node plug it into your computer using a standard micro USB cable the noble connector is a comport located in the device manager and then connect to the comm port using a terminal emulator in this video we're using putty to configure the node enter the EU eyes from the things network using the Laura UI Dev Laura a UI app and lorikeet app commands respectively you next set and upload interval using the report period command here we set it to 15 minutes 900 seconds to enable sdcard logging on the MFR node enter the command SD space enable space 1 to enable the analog channels on the MFR node use the command ADC space c-h space config followed by the channel definitions capital s indicates a single-ended channel capital D indicates a differential channel and capital o sets a channel to off note that only channels 1 and 3 can be set to differential and channels 2 and 4 must be turned off when these are used as they're used as the other half of the differential pair analog excitation is set with jumpers on the board 12 volts 5 volts and 3.3 volts excitations are available to enable logging and uploading of the digital pulse inputs use the command counter space enable space 1 no further configuration is necessary for digital inputs to test the ADC channels use the command ADC space single space test the values of each channel will be listed in micro volts to turn on adaptive data rate use the command Laura space net space ADR space 1 Laura space net space ADR space 0 turns adaptive data rate off to turn off confirm messaging use the command Laura space confirmed space 0 the MFR node and s no can send any sdi-12 command here we query the sdi-12 bus for the sensor address to add an sdi-12 measurement use the command sdi-12 space ad for a result measurement with 3 results use the following command s CI 12 space ad space 0 space D space 1 R 0 s commotion mark bass 1 1 1 this adds the command 1 R 0 to the STI 12 command slot 0 to activate the STI 12 command enter sdi-12 space activate space 0 space 1 to enable uploads we also need to enter the command enable space 1 finally enter the command save to save the configuration to the node we can now unplug the node from the computer and connect the battery the node will activate on the things network and send through data you

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