CubeCell Configurator

For all of you who dont like typing AT commands to configure the CubeCell devices
i wrote a little prog which reads the actual values and can change them.
have look at the screenshot of the prebeta prog.
only click connect, type in your values and click write.

I hope to release a beta version next week.

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If anyone want to try it.
here it is: Download

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My antivir-programm reports a virus !

it is a direct build out of Visual Studio from a clean Win10 machine.

Hi just to let you kow the WASU link does not work.
Simon

now the link should work

awesome!!!

Can I add this tools in CubeCell resource page?

No Problem you can add it, but it has a failure setting the dutycycle.
I hope i can fix that next week

I have uploaded a new Version 1.1
the writing of DutyCycle is now ok.

Love it. Nice!

Thanks

released a new version now the setting of the DutyCycle is much easier.
You can now give the value in hours,minute,second and not ms.

Use CubeCellConfigurator to upload firmware

The easy way to get the Capsule up and running is:

  • Download the capsule_multisensor.cyacd file from the Firmware directory
  • Open the CubeCell Configurator
  • Select the right COM port
  • click Flash Firmware and select the downloaded file: capsule_multisensor.cyacd
  • click ok and the firmware will be written to the capsule

The firmware has the following config:

  • REGION_EU868
  • CLASS_A
  • OTAA
  • ADR: ON
  • Net_Reservation: ON
  • AT_SUPPORT: ON
  • RGB: ACTIVE
  • DutyCycle: 900000, to change it use the CubeCell Configurator
  • All Keys set to zero, to change them use the CubeCell Configurator

The firmware auto detects the connected I2C sensor. These sensors are supported:

  • MJMCU-8128
  • BME680
  • BME280
  • CCS811
  • BMP180
  • HDC1080
  • BH1750

No need to install the arduino ide and configure it.

A detailed guide and the TTN Decoder can be found here https://github.com/raystream/CubeCell_Getting_Started

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Use CubeCellConfigurator to upload firmware

The easy way to get the Capsule up and running is:

  • Download the capsule_multisensor.cyacd file from the Firmware directory
  • Open the CubeCell Configurator
  • Select the right COM port
  • click Flash Firmware and select the downloaded file: capsule_multisensor.cyacd
  • click ok and the firmware will be written to the capsule

The firmware has the following config:

** REGION_EU868*
** CLASS_A*
** OTAA*
** ADR: ON*
** Net_Reservation: ON*
** AT_SUPPORT: ON*
** RGB: ACTIVE*
** DutyCycle: 900000, to change it use the CubeCell Configurator*
** All Keys set to zero, to change them use the CubeCell Configurator*

@rsmedia, I did play with your configurator and do have one big question:
how do you change the configuration from the current default to what one wants? For example the default configuration has the region set to EU868. Am located in US915

Thanks for the convenient and easy to use tool

Cheers

Gipsyblues

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Hi

this is the actual version:


it uses precompiled firmware files.
I need to compile a firmware for each settings.

i have uploaded a US915 version and updated the readme.
other combinations will follow

regards, Bjoern

Great work @rsmedia

A combination for AU915 using these frequencies would be great too

just uploaded a new version.
Now you just select the frequency band and LED Option and the Configurator will download the right firmware:

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thanks, I can see that you have added AU915 - is there a way that you can mask the channels just to use only sub band 2 (channels 8-15) that The Things Network uses across its gateways on AU915?

i will have a look how to integrate a new frequency plan for AU915 Subband 2.

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Thanks, that would be great!!!

just download the new CubeCellConfigurator and you can choose AU915SB2 as frequency plan.
please test it.

i pushed it to the CubeCellConfigurator:

and the official repository:

We use 868MHz here so i cant test it myself.