An Asset is a collective name for Devices and Sim Cards.
The Inventory is a collective list of all Assets. From this list, Devices and Sim Cards can be accessed and managed.
The Asset Detail View displays all information from a selected device.
Depending on the LoRa carrier, different connectivity details are displayed within Connectivity Details. All carriers provide LoRa connectivity details per default.
In addition to the default LoRa connectivity details, Swisscom Actility, and generic Actility devices provide additional information such as:
Provides information about the expected movement speed of the sensor. In most cases "Near static" has to be selected.
Provides information about billing on the Actility carrier.
If the Device was created with the help of a Data Flow, then Data Route is set automatically. The Data Route defines how an uplink is forwarded and who can send a downlink.
Contains information about the device model.
This functionality can be used to send downlinks manually. Downlinks can also be triggered based on a Rule action.
LoRa downlinks require a port and a payload formatted as a hex string. The port has to be zero or positive although most carriers require it to be positive. The payload has to be a hex string. The confirmed toggle allows requesting a confirmation that the downlink was sent. If the device is assigned to a Data Flow with a Device Type that has a downlink script, the payload hex gets replaced with a JSON object. During downlink processing, the JSON object will be translated into the hex string using the downlink script. The downlink script can also override the port and confirmed inputs.
MQTT downlinks require a JSON object payload and can add an optional topic. The topic has to start with a
/ and will be appended to the default downlink topic. The payload can contain any valid JSON and has no further restrictions. If the device is assigned to a Data Flow with a Device Type that has a downlink script, the topic can be overridden by the downlink script.