What does it mean? It essentially implies that we can now allocate own own series of globally unique MAC-IDs or Device EUIs that are used to uniquely identify smart/ wireless devices. In the LoraWAN context, do watch this video to know more how these IDs work:
Tinkerbee’s SenseSight dashboard can now read QR codes. This makes adding devices a breeze. No more entering long strings like this ‘0011223344556677’ or ’22:AA:33:BB:44:CC’ for device EUIs. Just click the camera button next to Device ID input box on the add-devices interface Point your phone or device camera at the QR code supplied And viola,… Continue reading Add devices by scanning QR code
WhatsApp is the most ubiquitous messaging app out there. What we like the best about it is captured in the following 3is: interactive intuitive instant One customer feedback that we were grappling with some of our smart devices was that some customers missed important alerts because they were sent over email and the other that… Continue reading Now chat with your smart devices over WhatsApp!
Our SenseSight dashboard now has a beautiful and minimal view designed especially for mobile phone screens. It accommodates around 7 sensor quick-view information widgets at a time on a typical mobile phone screen! For more, simply scroll down. The application is cross-platform (PC, Mac, iPhone, Android), supports multiple LoRaWAN networks (TTN, Chirpstack, Tata etc) and… Continue reading Gorgeous new SlimView on your dashboard
SwitchBee MagSense from Tinkerbee. SwitchBee MagSense is an ultra tiny (just 8.5mm dia), fully concealed (hidden completely inside the panel), safe (solid state with protection circuit), magnet activated (silent, no moving parts!) switch for wardrobe / cabinet LED lighting automation. If you are an interior designer or manufacture high-end wardrobes and office and kitchen cabinets:–… Continue reading SwitchBee MagSense demo/ installation video
Tinkerbee Innovations will be showcasing its products and its platform at the Smart Cities India Expo / IoTExpo from 23rd to 25th March 2022 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. To discuss how to make your business smarter with smart IoT, please visit us at POD-70 there!
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Lolin32 is an easy go-to board for quick prototypes and low quantity production runs requiring ESP32. They are supposed to be (Wemos) Lolin32, but find no mention whatsoever on wemos site! So it looks like a cheap, mass-produced clone on D32. The good thing about the board is that it has plenty of GPIO pins… Continue reading Lolin32 fix for low deep sleep current
One of the tiniest ESP32 based boards is named PicoClick and measures a mere 10.5mm by 18mm! Although it only features only a push button as an input with no other sensor, it uses a USB C interface for both power and programming. Neat. But could we do better? One of our tiniest boards (non-wireless)… Continue reading Designing the world’s tiniest WiFi sensor boards