Congratulations on receiving your Pebble!
This quick start guide will help you quickly explore a small number of features of your Pebble.
Before start using your Pebble, you need three simple steps to hook up the device with a few components (see the Hardware Setup guide for more details):
Insert the IoT SIM card into the SIM card slot
Connect the NB-IoT/LTE-M antenna
Connect the rechargeable Lithium Polymer Ion battery pack
Press the Power Button for 2 seconds to Power on
Check out the on-board RGB led to monitor the status of your Pebble.
To setup your dashboard, you can login into Thingsboard at http://trypebble.io:8080/login using the following credentials:
Username: [email protected]
Please Note that the login credentials are shared by all Pebble users, so please do not change them!
Before creating a dashboard for your Pebble, you need to ensure that the data from your device has been successfully filtered out by Thingsboard. To this end, you can click the DEVICES icon on the Thingsboard console:
In the Devices window, you can check whether your device IMEI number occurs in the list of device names, (your device name will look like
XX..X stands for the unique 15-digit IMEI number of your Pebble, which can be found printed on a label inside the Pebble box).
Once you located your Pebble's IMEI in the list, you can move on and click DASHBOARDS on the left menu. If you can't find your device in the list, check out the status Led on your board to make sure it's connected to the cellular network, otherwise you may need to reconfigure and flash a new firmware for your Pebble to support a different standard for the cellular network available in your country.
In the Dashboards window, you can click
+on the top right corner and select import dashboard
Download the IoTeX's dashboard template (right-click and save the file) and drop the file into the pop-up window.
After clicking IMPORT, you will notice that a new dashboard named
pebble-1 showed up at the top of the list in the Dashboards window. You can then click the Open dashboard button to open your dashboard.
Once your dashboard is launched, you need to enter edit mode by clicking the orange edit button on the bottom right corner of your dashboard.
The first thing is to change is the title of the dashboard: rename it from
pebble-1 to your device name
nrf-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, to differentiate your dashboard from those of other users.
Then you need to click Entity aliases button to set up the data source for your dashboard: in the Entity aliases window, you should first change the Alias name from
pebble-1 to your device name
**nrf-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx** and then click the Edit alias button on the right:
In the Edit alias window, you need to click the line labeled Device, and choose your device from the drop-down list.
Saving your changes in the dialog boxes, then click the orange Apply changes button at the bottom right of the screen: the data stream from your Pebble will show in the dashboard.
As shown in your dashboard, the default firmware on Pebble sends all the following sensor/GPS data to the backend periodically:
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)
If you would like to stop updating some sensor/GPS data on the dashboard, you can use the CONFIG ME button as follows:
Click the orange Edit button on the bottom right corner of your dashboard;
Click the 'Edit widget' button on the 'Config data collection' panel;
Click ADVANCED in the pop-up window CONFIG DATA COLLECTION, select Shared attribute for the Device attribute scope, and copy the following JSON configuration into the Device attribute parameters field:
For selecting/deselecting certain sensors/GPS data, you can set '1'/'0' in the corresponding position as shown in the figure below and convert the resulting binary string to the corresponding decimal value that is then assigned to the data_channel field in the above JSON configuration.
In the above example, we set data_channel to be
7895 (corresponding to
1111011010111 in binary representation). As a result, the temperature will not be updated on the dashboard after Pebble receives this configuration.
After applying the changes and returning to the main dashboard, you can click the CONFIG ME button to send the new configuration to your Pebble;
The new configuration will take effect shortly and the selected sensor/GPS data will not be updated any longer.
For testing the buzzer on your Pebble, you can use the BEEP ME button and follow the same steps used in the above section configuring your Pebble. The only difference is the JSON configuration in the Device attribute parameters field, that now becomes:
After saving and clicking the BEEP ME button on the card the buzzer of your Pebble will beep for 2000ms (as soon as the configuration is received).