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This article presents the structure of our Sensor Designer.


Horizontal Menu

  • The Home menu navigates you back to the summary screen.
  • In the File menu, you can export sensor configurations and you can open them. You can also find the changelog about previous and current versions. In case you have issues with the application you can clear the cache under the Settings sub-menu.
  • With the WB Editor menu, you can open our editor website inside the application.
  • In the Help menu, you can find helpful information about sensors, units, and ports.
  • In the Examples menu, you can find some use cases to use our product.
  • The FAQ menu navigates you to the frequently asked questions screen.


Comm port and login field

In the Communication Port section, you can set up a connection between an M5 device and the application. For this, you need to connect the device to a PC via USB.

    • With the button  , you can change the baud rate which is the rate at which information is transferred in a communication channel. In the serial port context, “9600 baud” means that the serial port is capable of transferring a maximum of 9600 bits per second.
    • With the  button, you can quickly connect to an attached device. In this case, the application will auto-select the port and set up the connection to the attached device.
    • With the  button, you can connect over a preselected communication port to the attached device.
    • With the  button, you can refresh the list of ports.
    • With the  button, you can reset the ports.

If you login to the server by filling out an E-Mail address and password you can select your customer and a screen.




Sensor Configuration

In this field, you can manage the connected device and sensors.

  • You can select the device type in the Connected device selector.
  • With the  button, you can open the firmware list. Here you can burn the firmware to the connected device.
  • With the  button, you can ping the connected device. This shows you if the connection between your PC and device is active.
  • With the  button, you can restart the connected device.
  • In the Connected sensors section, you can set up the sensors connected to a device. Clicking on the button of a port will open up a list of sensors and units which can be connected to the device on the written port.

With the  button, you can remove the configuration you created.

Pressing the   button will navigate you to our Knowledge base article about Ports.

  • If you already have a sensor in the configuration two buttons can appear at the bottom of the section.
    • The ‘Set your USB device configuration’ button will appear if you have a device connected to your PC via USB.
      This button sends the configuration directly to the sensor device.
      Please note: the sensor device will get the new configuration when it is connected to a displayer device (for example to an Android TV box). This option is used to test sensors.
    • The ‘Send Configuration to screen over the cloud’ button will appear if you logged in to a server, selected a customer, and a screen.
      This button sends the configuration to the displayer device.


Serial monitor

On the ‘Serial Monitor’ field, you can see the current log and send messages to the device.

With the  button, you can clear the log.

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