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Info

The device Info tab provides users with detailed information about the device. This includes the device name, serial, manufacturer, firmware version, registration date and other important identifiers. Users can also view information about the device's connectivity status and power usage.
In addition to these basic details, the Info tab may also display more advanced information about the device's functionality. This could include settings for customizing the device's behavior, such as adjusting the polling interval which instructs the device on how often it should communicate with the server.

Sections and Parameters

The info tab is divided into several sections. Please refer below for details:’
  • Status
    • This section shows the registration status of the device, the last seen time, and the battery level.
Figure 1 - Device Status
Figure 1 - Device Status
  • Connectivity
    • This section shows the connectivity parameters of the device, such as network information and signal strength.
Figure 2 - Connectivity
Figure 2 - Connectivity
  • Device Info
    • This section shows information pertaining to the device definition in the LwM2M server such as Endpoint Name, Server Identity, Security Mode, Serial, Registration Date, and many more.
    • Figure 3 - Device Info
      Figure 3 - Device Info
  • Integration
    • This section allows you to assign Push API integration to the device. Once assigned, the sensor value payload that the device reports every interval to the server, will also be forwarded to the Push API endpoint. To know more about how to setup a Push API, kindly refer to Integration Push API.
    • Figure 4 - Integration
      Figure 4 - Integration
  • Device Settings
    • This section shows the different device settings available for viewing and updating. Each setting can affect the device behavior therefore not all of these can be updated from the portal. However, important settings like polling interval, nighttime start, remain to be updatable.
    • Figure 5 - Device Settings
      Figure 5 - Device Settings

      Available Settings:

      The following are the available device settings:
    • Low Power Threshold
      • The threshold battery level, upon being reached, triggers the Base Unit's transition into a low power mode.
    • Maximum Charge Current
      • Maximum charge current for charging the battery.
    • Nighttime Duration (hour)
      • The duration of the nighttime in hours.
    • Nighttime Start (hh:mm:ss)
      • Scheduled onset time for nighttime, where the time is given in the following format (hh:mm:ss) UTC. Otherwise, set as 0 to disable.
    • Polling Interval (sec)
      • The default polling interval that the device follows when polling sensor value and reporting to the server. Value should be in seconds.
    • Polling Interval (Low Power) (sec)
      • Polling interval during low power mode. Value should be in seconds.
    • Polling Interval (Nighttime) (sec)
      • Polling interval during the nighttime. Value should be in seconds.
    • Report Frequency
      • Configures the Base Unit's default communication frequency with the LwM2M server, with the value representing the number of polls between reports.
    • Report Frequency (Low Power)
      • Configures the Base Unit's default communication frequency with the LwM2M server, with the value representing the number of polls between reports during Low Power mode.
    • Report Frequency (Nighttime)
      • Configures the Base Unit's default communication frequency with the LwM2M server, with the value representing the number of polls between reports during Nighttime mode.
    • UDP host
      • UDP host that cbor data is sent to. Note: Not yet functioning
    • UDP port
      • UDP port that cbor data is sent to. Note: Not yet functioning
  • Important Note
    • When updating a value of a setting, the change won’t be reflected right away, as the server would still wait for the next interval before the change would be applied to the device. A note that says “Found pending change” will be displayed under the setting field, when a previous change is not yet applied.
Figure 6 - Pending note
Figure 6 - Pending note

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