Description


The Things Network, a leading provider of LoRaWAN networks and services, is upgrading its stack to v3 (TTS v3). As a leading LoRaWAN end-devices and gateways provider, Milesight IoT’s gateway and end devices can be easily connected to TTS. This document will guide you how to connect Milesight LoRaWAN devices to TTS v3.

Requirement

\1. TTS Subscription

\2. Milesight End Devices (Sensors, Controllers, in this example AM107 is used)

\3. A Milesight Gateway connected to TTS v3 by Semtech Packet Forwarder or Basic Station

Configuration

Step1. Login TTS

Login TTS using the TTS account/the things ID subscripted from TTN. In this example, the address is https://eu1.cloud.thethings.network. You can also select server areas here.

This is the login page, choose Login with The Things ID

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Input the credentials and click Submit

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When done, you will see this console page successfully.

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Step2.Create Application and Milesight Sensor in TTS

Click Applications-> Add application to create an application.

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Input the Application ID as your wish.

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Click Add end device in the right button side. Since Milesight IoT has finished the integration, we can select the brand and sensor model directly.

After select the model, we need to input the Frequency Plan, AppEUI, DevEUI and AppKey.

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You can find the DevEUI at the back panel of the device.

AppEUI is 24E124C0002A0001 by default

AppKey is 5572404c696e6b4c6f52613230313823 by default


When done, click Register end device to save it.


Note: There is no need to upload the decoder here since TTS has embedded the decoder scripts of the exact model you created.

Step3. Check the sensor data


Power on the Sensor AM107, then you will see the uplink live data here.


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Click the message to get the event details, you will see the sensor data easily here.


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Note: LoRaWAN version is recommended to set v1.0.3 at both the TTS side and Milesight Sensor side. Then the sensor will join immediately after the change applied.

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