Whats inside it in terms of a processesor?
ESP8266. Sentence is too short, I have to add something.
It does sound exactly like tabs
But my upstanding was all routing was done in TrackCentral.
So you could see other folks packets on your Station but would never appear in your namespace/account.
When the sales start on RS, can we buy it also as a private customer ? Or should I contact my work to buy one for me ?
We are launching a $69
# LoRaWAN 8-channel gateway next week! LoRaWAN network management service is included in the price! Sign up here to be the first to know when and where you can buy it: http://eepurl.com/ggJgEr
Wifi/BLE Paxcounter Project with ESP32 boards
Today I have been working in class with the Gemtec gateway combined with a DIY gateway on the roof of our university. It has run perfect. OTAA, downlink, all.
Great to hear!
what happened to TABS / tracknet.io ? Their services seem cancelled?
Ran out of venture money, or exit to Semtech?
Trackio GmbH , in Rapperswil-Jona, CHE-301.327.468, Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (SHAB Nr. 7 vom 11.01.2019, Publ. 1004539354). Aktiven und Passiven (Fremdkapital) gehen infolge Fusion auf die Semtech (International) AG, in Rapperswil-Jona (CHE-104.805.486), über. Die Gesellschaft wird gelöscht.
I got one, works like a charm
Very nice form factor, I think it is at sort of cost price, the real money will be earned with the IC’s in the end-devices I guess. This kind of pricing will lower the threshold for people to buy one givng a good boost at the number of TTN (public) gateways.
Verkshsrot, TrackCentral (LoRaWAN platform) licenced to a number of companies.
All talent is within Semtech.
Tracknet TrackStation & TrackDevice firmware now OS Basic Stn & Device.
Not sure about Tabs Gateway’s (BTW which works very well) or the sensors.
Just in case anyone might not have any time for it at all or be less interested, they may just send their TIG to me.
How do i open the case of the gateway, to apply the USB-C patch?
Safety advice first: Unplug your gateway from any source of power and wait a little bit, in order to avoid an electric shock.
Now start with the disassambly: Top and bottom are covered with grey plastic parts. Each part is fixed with four plastic clips. You can push them in with a thin object, a bend paper clip for instance. Remove both grey covers. Once removed, you can see one small TX5 screw on each side. Remove both screws. The both halves of the gateway are kept together with four clips, two on each side, again. (edit: you can see the clips in post $69 Gemtek Gateway: The Things Indoor Gateway) I used a plectrum and squeezed it into the gap between the halves and used it as a lever to bend-open the four clips. Carefully split the two halves, as they are connected by the wires of the AC/DC converter.
Best thing: If done right, the gateway can be reassembled again.
Khello [Feb 9 2019, 3:35 PM]
Is it possible to connect the things gateway to private TTN
@KrishnaIyerEaswaran2 [Feb 10 2019, 6:09 PM]
With V2 unfortunately no. It’s in the pipeline for V3.
- Can connect to any network backend of choice.
So, I’d assume it’s all a matter of time.
My TIG no longer connects to TTN
I unplugged my TIG for roughly 16 hours and then I plugged it back in and it’s no longer showing connected in the console. I’ve been unplugging it for the past 3 hours and it’s not reconnecting.
I put it back in configuration mode and checked the settings. I also tried removing and adding my wireless network back to the configuration. As of now it seems that it’s not connecting.
The led is solid green.
It was pretty stable at first now it’s not connecting at all.
Did you get a local ping from your local network to the device.
Check, from your workplace or check DHCP (router)