As mentioned in the prerequisites section, the Gateway must be powered by a mains power supply and connected via an RJ 45 cable to the company's internet network.
No further operations are required to to start the device. However, it is necessary to configure the collections and interaction with the DynaLoggers through the Web Platform for it to effectively start operating.
The DynaGateway configuration is performed via the Web Platform. The Web Platform can be accessed via the link https://dyp.dynamox.solutions, where the user will have access to the option “Gateways” on the side menu, as shown below.
By selecting the Gateways option, a new screen will open showing a list of registered Gateways. If there are no devices registered to the company, the message “No Gateways to view” will appear.
Registering a DynaGateway
By selecting "+ GATEWAY" on the top right-hand corner of the screen, a new screen will appear requesting the PIN of the Gateway. This PIN is the same as that given by the label and card that is
shipped in the same box as the product.
After entering the PIN and clicking “ADOPT”, a Gateway configuration screen will appear:
The first part of the screen shows general Gateway information:
- Gateway name
- Device ID
- Last Update
- Last Scan
Next, the “Overview” is shown. This aims to present the overall status, with the number of visible spots associated to the Gateway and the status of each one.
By selecting “NEXT”, it is possible to configure the Gateway and the spots that the user wants to monitor. By selecting this option, the spot list associated to the Gateway will be shown. To add the spot, simply select "+SPOT" on the top right-hand corner of the screen.
A search screen for the company’s machines and spots will be displayed. The user must select the desired spot for the Gateway in question to interact and collect the data. Spots whose DynaLoggers are inside the Gateway’s Bluetooth range can be viewed by selecting the “Only visible spots” option.
To find a spot, use the search field or the scroll bar to navigate alphabetically. The sensor number is displayed first, followed by the machine name and spot name.
To associate a spot, simply select “ASSOCIATE”. It is possible to associate multiple spots, just keep in mind that the DynaLoggers registered at these points must be inside the Gateway’s Bluetooth range. The associated spots will be listed: