Hereinafter, "neqto: Bridge device" is called "device", and "neqto: Bridge Wi-Fi Module" is called "module". "neqto: Bridge IO Board" or "neqto: Bridge Digital IO Board" is called "IO board".
The following describes the procedure when using the module and the IO board.
Please check the supported communication specifications before starting the initial setup.
To perform the initial setup please follow the steps below.
Prepare a Windows PC with TeraTerm(Terminal software) installed in advance, and start the module in User Console mode.
While pressing the User SW on the IO board, connect the device and PC via USB.
Use a USB cable for communication.
The device's red and blue system LEDs turn on at the same time.
Start TeraTerm and open the COM port.
When USB is connected to the PC for the first time, the FTDI USB serial conversion driver is automatically installed and a COM port is created.
Open the generated COM port.
Set the serial port and terminal settings as shown below.
The User Console mode starts up, and a prompt is displayed when the enter key is pressed.
If the prompt does not appear, disconnect the USB from the PC and repeat from step 1.
Configure device connection settings.
Set the required items with the following command. The set value is immediately saved in the nonvolatile memory after the command is input.
Command Content Note wifi set ssid <SSID> Sets the SSID of the Wi-Fi connection point.
31 character limit.
If <SSID> is omitted, the setting value will be blank.
Caution: If there are two or more spaces in a row, one space is used.
wifi set pass <PASS> Sets the password to connect to the Wi-Fi.
A valid password must be 8-32 characters.
If <PASS> is ommited, the setting value will be blank.
wifi get Gets the Wi-Fi connection setting information (SSID, Password).
If it is blank that means nothing is set.
sr Gets the serial ID of the device. v Gets the firmware version of the device.
Below is a command input example.
The system LED is a two-color LED of red and blue. The operating status can be checked by the lighting status of each LED.
For the basic operation status, please check the System LED Indications page.
If the system LED remains red and blinks blue, communication cannot be established.
Review the Wi-Fi connection settings of the Wi-Fi router base unit or device.
If the system LED remains flashing blue, service communication with neqto: Cloud is not possible.
In that case, please review the neqto: Cloud settings once.
If you still cannot solve the problem, please contact our company or the person in charge.
MAC Address Acquisition
You can get the Wi-Fi MAC address set on the device with the following command.
|wifi mac||Gets the Wi-Fi MAC address.|
It is necessary to setup the Wi-Fi and enter the start command before inputting this command.
Multiple Connection Setup
The device can register up to four Wi-Fi connection settings.
The device always connects from the Wi-Fi connection destination 0 setting.
When the disconnection of WiFi is detected and a certain period of time has passed, connection is established in the order of connection destination 0 -> connection destination 1 -> connection destination 2 -> connection destination 3 -> connection destination 0 ->... .
A connection destination that is not set is not connected, and the connection process for the next connection destination is performed.
Supported from firmware version 00.00.25 or later.
|wifi set ssid0 <SSID>||Sets the SSID of Wi-Fi connection 0.|
Same as wifi set ssid <SSID>
|wifi set pass0 <PASS>||Sets the password of Wi-Fi connection 0.|
Same as wifi set pass <PASS>
|wifi set ssid1 <SSID>||Sets the SSID of Wi-Fi connection 1.|
|wifi set pass1 <PASS>||Sets the password of Wi-Fi connection 1.|
|wifi set ssid2 <SSID>||Sets the SSID of Wi-Fi connection 2.|
|wifi set pass2 <PASS>||Sets the password of Wi-Fi connection 2.|
|wifi set ssid3 <SSID>||Sets the SSID of Wi-Fi connection 3.|
|wifi set pass3 <PASS>||Sets the password of Wi-Fi connection 3.|
Antenna Level Display
The current antenna level can be displayed via the system LED.
Refer to System LED Indications for the LED display pattern.
Supported from FW version 00.00.28 or later.
|wifi led <on/off>||Sets the antenna level display.|
on: Display the antenna level via LED.
The default value is off.