IoT Long Range Wireless Temperature Humidity SensorAzure FunctionsSetting Up Azure functionAzure function as output of Stream Analytics jobSetting up power BiGateway CodeCollecting Sensor dataConnecting to AzureESP32 FirmwareAzure Function Code Data Visualization In an Earlier post, Getting Started with Microsoft Azure® and Wireless Temperature Humidity Sensor we have learned about: Create an Azure IoT hub and register a gateway device Set up ESP32 board IoT long-range Wireless Temperature and Humidity sensor Make connections between the Wireless temperature sensor and ESP32 Flash ESP 32 and collect Sensor data from Wireless Temperature and Humidity sensor Analyze and visualize the sensor data in charts and graphs using Power
Quickly get Node-RED set up to communicate with your Wireless Sensor Network with zero code required.
In this article we’ll configure a dashboard for monitoring traffic through, and the capacity vs. occupancy of, a room. To set this up, we’ll be adding a 2-Channel Counter to our wireless sensor network (WSN), if this is your first sensor that’s ok too, I’ll cover the extremely short setup instructions for the WSN in the next section! If you don’t happen to have a convention center with turnstiles set up for testing, that’s also not a problem! Not to give away company secrets, but I’m using a couple of momentary buttons to build out the application on my desk since my boss wouldn’t spring for the optical turnstiles I asked for.
In this tutorial I am going to give you a brief example of how to configure your Wireless Enterprise Line of sensors using our ncd-red-wireless Node-RED package. Some of our sensors have special configuration options that I will be covering as I build other tutorials, so if you have a sensor with options you need help with that isn’t listed here, please feel free to let us know on our Node-RED Community topic and I will get this updated as quickly as I can!
Code-Free Programming If you’ve been following our recent forays into the latest of IoT, you are probably already familiar with Node-Red. If you haven’t, you’re in for a treat! In short, Node-Red is a visual flow builder that was developed with IoT in mind, you can think of it as a way to build a program without actually writing any code. In this article, we’re going to focus on our node-red-wireless package that we use to integrate our Wireless Enterprise Line into this amazing framework. If you are new to our Enterprise line of Wireless Sensors, check out the intro
GPIO in minutes If you haven’t already, make sure to go through the setup tutorial. Once you’ve finished that we’re ready to go! The PCA9536 is an 8-pin CMOS device that provides 4 bits of General Purpose parallel Input/Output (GPIO) expansion through the I2C bus. We manufacture multiple mini-modules that utilize this chip, you can check them out here. If you haven’t already, get your devices plugged in, on a Raspberry Pi, that means installing the adapter, hooking up the I2C cable to the In port on the Relay Board, and powering the board. On any platform without native I2C,
Input With Ease If you haven’t already, make sure to go through the setup tutorial. Once you’ve finished that we’re ready to go! The ADS1115 is a 4-channel, precision, low-power, 16-bit, I2C compatible, analog-to-digital converter. This chip is used in several of our ADC mini-modules, and also in our popular line of 4-20 mA current loop receivers. If you haven’t already, get your devices plugged in, on a Raspberry Pi, that means installing the adapter, hooking up the I2C cable to the In port on the board. On any platform without native I2C, we’re going to assume you have a
Relay control simplified If you haven’t already, make sure to go through the setup tutorial. Once you’ve finished that we’re ready to go! The MCP23008 is a Integrated port expander that controls eight I/O channels through the I2C bus. This is one of our favorite chips to get started with, it is simple to use, and provides some great interactive feedback through the I/O so you can see your project working very quickly. Naturally, when we decided to start building libraries for Node-Red, this was the first product we grabbed. We manufacture dozens of boards that utilize this chip, you can
Relay Timer R16X software allows you to control 16-channel ProXR relay board manually and automatically according to timing schedule setting. Here will show you how to control 16-channel ProXR relay board with Relay Timer R16X software. 1. Plug-in power for 16-channel ProXR relay board, and connect it to your computer through Serial Port, USB or Ethernet interface. 2. Download, install and run Relay Timer R16X. 3. Click Configure button to open Configuration panel. Select Manufacturer – National Control Devices Select Device Type – ProXR Select connection interface Serial Port/USB for RS-232 and USB interface, select the right Port Name and Baud Rate 115200 for ProXR