This will explain the basic operations up to connecting the neqto: Bridge and sensor to the neqto: Cloud.
This page explains the flow of operations. The follow contents are an example of actual operations.
CAUTION During this operation the neqto: Bridge and sensor will be connected. Please do not connect before this operation.
A "Group" is management/organizational unit that consists of a collection of Nodes and their resources.
A "Node" is an actual device, and is created using a Template. In one Group, there can be multiple Nodes.
A "Template" is a reference model of a device that describes its components, scripts, and firmware.
Components are the sensors or devices connected to a Node.
The same Template can be used by many Nodes, and commands can be executed on all Nodes linked to that Template. This allows for many devices to be easily updated.
- Group Registration
- Firmware Registration
- Script Registration
- Template Registration
- Component Registration
- Node Registration
- Connect neqto: Bridge and sensor
- Display Graph
1. Group Registration
We will register a Group, which acts as an organizational unit for Nodes.
2. Firmware Registration
We will register Firmware.Firmware is software for devices and for sensors, often provided by makers. It is linked to Templates.
3. Script Registration
4. Template Registration
We will register a Template. At the time of registration, a Firmware and Script can be chosen.
5. Component Registration
Next, we will register a Component. Components are sensors or other inputs connected to a Node.
6. Node Registration
Lastly, now that our resources are in line, let's register a Node.A Node is the actual device. Note that we will choose the Template corresponding to this device.
7. Connecting sensors to neqto: Bridge
When the Node connects successfully, sensor data can be communicated to the neqto: Cloud.
8. Displaying the Graph
Open the graph of a Node's component values.