Pelion Device Management example over 15.4 Thread for Thunderboard Sense 2 board

Dependencies:   ICM20648 BMP280 Si1133 Si7210 AMS_CCS811_gas_sensor SI7021

This example is known to work great on the following platforms:

Follow the Quick-Start instructions: https://cloud.mbed.com/quick-start

Thunderboard Sense 2

Example functionality

This example showcases the following device functionality:

  • Read onboard sensors, and report them as Pelion LWM2M resources:
    • Barometric Pressure and Temperature (BMP280)
    • Relative Humidity and Temperature (Si7021)
    • Air quality - CO2 and tVOC (CCS811)
    • Light intensity and UV level (Si1133)
    • Hall effect and Temperature (Si7210)
    • Accelerometer and Gyroscope (ICM20648)
  • It also exposes the RGB LEDs for triggering flashes in a specific color
  • On user button click, increment Pelion LWM2M button resource.

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15.4 Thread setup

This example program requires that a Thread Border Router is available. A Border Router is a network gateway between a wireless 6LoWPAN mesh network and a backhaul network. It controls and relays traffic between the two networks. In a typical setup, a 6LoWPAN border router is connected to another router in the backhaul network (over Ethernet or a serial line) which in turn forwards traffic to/from the internet or a private company LAN, for instance.

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Instructions how to set up a Thread Border Router

Use this example with Mbed CLI

1. Import the application into your desktop:

mbed import https://os.mbed.com/teams/SiliconLabs/code/pelion-example-tbsense2

cd pelion-example-tbsense2

2. Install the CLOUD_SDK_API_KEY

mbed config -G CLOUD_SDK_API_KEY <PELION_DM_API_KEY>

For instructions on how to generate your API key, please see the documentation.

3. Initialize firmware credentials (done once per repository). You can use the following command:

mbed dm init -d "<your company name in Pelion DM>" --model-name "<product model identifier>" -q --force

If above command do not work for your Mbed CLI, please consider upgrading Mbed CLI to version 1.8.x or above.

4. Compile and program:

mbed compile -t <toolchain> -m TB_SENSE_2

(supported toolchains : GCC_ARM / ARM / IAR)

5. You can connect on a virtual terminal/COM port to the platform using:

mbed sterm -b 115200

This should give you an output similar to:

[BOOT] Mbed Bootloader
[BOOT] ARM: 00000000000000000000
[BOOT] OEM: 00000000000000000000
[BOOT] Layout: 0 90AC
[BOOT] Active firmware integrity check:
[BOOT] SHA256: 615A11A7F03B1F048573E2CB51D8C9A5DD4E6F17A7F8E79C4B64E3241FF78974
[BOOT] Version: 1553594998
[BOOT] Slot 0 is empty
[BOOT] Active firmware up-to-date
[BOOT] Application's start address: 0x10400
[BOOT] Application's jump address: 0x10FBD
[BOOT] Application's stack address: 0x20040000
[BOOT] Forwarding to application...


Starting Simple Pelion Device Management Client example
You can hold the user button during boot to format the storage and change the device identity.
Connecting to the network using 802.15.4...
Connected to the network successfully. IP address: 2001:****:****:****:****:****:****:73bc
Initializing Pelion Device Management Client...
Si7021 Electronic Serial Number:                0         15b5ffff, firmware rev 20
Registered to Pelion Device Management. Endpoint Name: 0169b91a********************01a0
                                                                 
BMP280 temp:     32.750 C,   pressure: 1030.750 [mbar]            
Si7021 temp:     27.529 C,   humidity:   24.842 %                 
Si7210 temp:     34.484 C,   field:      -0.076 [mT]              
Si1133 light:  1258.574 lux, UV level:    0.031                       
CCS811 CO2:           0 ppm, VoC:             0 ppb                   
ICM20648 acc:    -0.093 x,  -0.057 y,     0.969 z [mg]            
ICM20648 gyro:   -1.503 x,   0.122 y,    -0.771 z [mdps]          
    
Committer:
screamer
Date:
Wed Mar 27 19:05:42 2019 +0000
Revision:
7:c5ebecef1a84
Parent:
0:3853978178c0
Remove unnecessary macros

Who changed what in which revision?

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screamer 0:3853978178c0 1 /*
screamer 0:3853978178c0 2 * Copyright (c) 2017 ARM Limited. All rights reserved.
screamer 0:3853978178c0 3 * SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0
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screamer 0:3853978178c0 6 * You may obtain a copy of the License at
screamer 0:3853978178c0 7 *
screamer 0:3853978178c0 8 * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
screamer 0:3853978178c0 9 *
screamer 0:3853978178c0 10 * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
screamer 0:3853978178c0 11 * distributed under the License is distributed on an AS IS BASIS, WITHOUT
screamer 0:3853978178c0 12 * WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
screamer 0:3853978178c0 13 * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
screamer 0:3853978178c0 14 * limitations under the License.
screamer 0:3853978178c0 15 */
screamer 0:3853978178c0 16 #ifndef __MBED_CLOUD_DEV_CREDENTIALS_H__
screamer 0:3853978178c0 17 #define __MBED_CLOUD_DEV_CREDENTIALS_H__
screamer 0:3853978178c0 18
screamer 0:3853978178c0 19 #if MBED_CONF_DEVICE_MANAGEMENT_DEVELOPER_MODE == 1
screamer 0:3853978178c0 20 #error "Replace mbed_cloud_dev_credentials.c with your own developer cert."
screamer 0:3853978178c0 21 #endif
screamer 0:3853978178c0 22
screamer 0:3853978178c0 23 #include <inttypes.h>
screamer 0:3853978178c0 24
screamer 0:3853978178c0 25 const char MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_ENDPOINT_NAME[] = "";
screamer 0:3853978178c0 26 const char MBED_CLOUD_DEV_ACCOUNT_ID[] = "";
screamer 0:3853978178c0 27 const char MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_SERVER_URI[] = "";
screamer 0:3853978178c0 28
screamer 0:3853978178c0 29 const uint8_t MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_DEVICE_CERTIFICATE[] =
screamer 0:3853978178c0 30 { 0x0 };
screamer 0:3853978178c0 31
screamer 0:3853978178c0 32 const uint8_t MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_SERVER_ROOT_CA_CERTIFICATE[] =
screamer 0:3853978178c0 33 { 0x0 };
screamer 0:3853978178c0 34
screamer 0:3853978178c0 35 const uint8_t MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_DEVICE_PRIVATE_KEY[] =
screamer 0:3853978178c0 36 { 0x0 };
screamer 0:3853978178c0 37
screamer 0:3853978178c0 38 const char MBED_CLOUD_DEV_MANUFACTURER[] = "dev_manufacturer";
screamer 0:3853978178c0 39
screamer 0:3853978178c0 40 const char MBED_CLOUD_DEV_MODEL_NUMBER[] = "dev_model_num";
screamer 0:3853978178c0 41
screamer 0:3853978178c0 42 const char MBED_CLOUD_DEV_SERIAL_NUMBER[] = "0";
screamer 0:3853978178c0 43
screamer 0:3853978178c0 44 const char MBED_CLOUD_DEV_DEVICE_TYPE[] = "dev_device_type";
screamer 0:3853978178c0 45
screamer 0:3853978178c0 46 const char MBED_CLOUD_DEV_HARDWARE_VERSION[] = "dev_hardware_version";
screamer 0:3853978178c0 47
screamer 0:3853978178c0 48 const uint32_t MBED_CLOUD_DEV_MEMORY_TOTAL_KB = 0;
screamer 0:3853978178c0 49 const uint32_t MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_DEVICE_CERTIFICATE_SIZE = sizeof(MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_DEVICE_CERTIFICATE);
screamer 0:3853978178c0 50 const uint32_t MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_SERVER_ROOT_CA_CERTIFICATE_SIZE = sizeof(MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_SERVER_ROOT_CA_CERTIFICATE);
screamer 0:3853978178c0 51 const uint32_t MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_DEVICE_PRIVATE_KEY_SIZE = sizeof(MBED_CLOUD_DEV_BOOTSTRAP_DEVICE_PRIVATE_KEY);
screamer 0:3853978178c0 52
screamer 0:3853978178c0 53 #endif //__MBED_CLOUD_DEV_CREDENTIALS_H__