Ncd.io Configuration Mode Vibration Sensor


#1

Hi Support Team
We have purchase ncd.io Vibration / Temperature Sensor,we are able get accelerometer data.
We want to change the frequency at which sensor Transmits data. so we failed to enter into configuration mode. press reset and config (R-> Reset and c-> configuration in sensor )together, then release reset hold config for 6sec - still in run mode.

But we are able to enter into factory reset - success.

Please help us to resolve this…is there any other way to enter into configuration mode

Thank you


#2

Hi,
here is a video you can checkout

Thanks


#3

Hi Bhaskar
Thanks for your reply.
Now i am able to use configuration mode.
Is there any possibility to enter into configuration mode pro-grammatically like AT-commands (with out any manual intervention like pressing button 6sec).

Thank you


#4

Hi,
Currently, the steps demonstrated by @Bhaskar is the only way to enter Configuration mode. Manual intervention is required.

Thank you.


#5

Hi Talha,

Thanks for your reply.

lapview - config mode -success
serial terminal - config mode - failed

Sensor not able to enter into configuration mode if i connect sensor to any serial terminal other than lab view utility (like xctu, comm operator, Dock light ).
what could be the issue, i used 1152008N1 setting. but able to see data in run mode using any serial console utility.

Thank you.


#6

The sensor changes its PANID (Network) when it enters config mode. This is discussed in detail in Configuration section of documentation. Whats happening is that LabVIEW Utility changes the PANID of your local Xbee to match with Sensor Xbee PANID and restores it when you exit the Configuration UI.
When you work with terminal, you will have to first change the PANID manually using the XCTU utitliy. And then you will be able to communicate with the Sensor in Configuration mode. You will have to restore it back to 7FFF (Run mode PANID) once you are done with configuration and want to work in run mode.

Thanks


#7

Thanks for your quick reply.


#8

You can change the PANID manually using LabVIEW Utility as well (using the Router Configure button). Then you can exit the UI and open the same port in your terminal.