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Hi Junkboy,

Sorry for the delay.

1) How quickly are you expecting to transmit the acclerometer data? If you are trying to transmit any less than every 30 seconds, you will likely start to run into issues as the system is designed for low-power. It is not designed for continuous transmission of data due to the low-power and design of the platform. We do have many users who are using the accelerometer and either sending a sample every 30 seconds (or at a longer interval) or programming logic onto the device where you can do some computing to send out a particular value on an acceptable interval.

For your uses, you'll need to work on you code and programming to get what you need - since there are not a lot of available examples on using the accelerometer yet, you'll need to put in the time and effort on your own code at this time. as mentioned, in the new system there is some more accelerometer examples that might help you out but that wont be accessible until the new system is available to everyone (in the next month or two). There are users here on the forum that have done some fancy things with the accelerometer and might be able to provide you code and help. I do not have permission from our users and clients to share those examples at this time.

My recommendation would be to look at the library for the accelerometer within mcStudio to understand it a fully and you can also search around online for others using the same sensor of other hardware - you can then take those examples and work on moving them into the mcStudio environment for your own use.

Hope that helps!

FAQ's / Re: Registering New Devices - Help, I'm new in Mcthings
« on: May 30, 2018, 09:32:18 am »
That is correct - you will need an mcGateway120 and you'll also need to move your mcMod120(s) to the latest version as well.

mcCloud will be released publicly soon - we are finishing some development internally on mcCloud.

ALSO - we will be offering discounted equipment to our existing users and forum members which will allow you all to move to the new system. keep an eye out for a note on the details of this deal - you should see it very soon!

Hey Junkboy

Ok good that you have mcMod120's - Check out this post that talks about using the accelerometer on the mcMod120 (including an initial downloadable library):

You can also check out this github example:

As mentioned, when mcCloud is released, there is a new accelerometer example that will be included in the latest version of mcStudio as well. Thanks for the patience and hopefully the above info helps you to get going.

mc-Platform General / Re: Help with the accelerometer (mcMod120)
« on: May 29, 2018, 11:56:53 am »
Hi Junkboy, i replied to your other post in regards to your accelerometer question.

However, in regards to the reed switch, you might want to check out this post:

FAQ's / Re: Registering New Devices - Help, I'm new in Mcthings
« on: May 29, 2018, 11:55:52 am »
Hi Junkboy - mcCloud is almost available for everyone (We are finishing our transition from the old system to the new one). As such, the older system will not work with mcCloud - you will need to upgrade to new equipment (at least an mcGateway120 and at least an mcMod120).

To help out our original Kickstarter and Indiegogo backers, we will be offering a discount on upgrade equipment shortly (everyone on the forum and previous KS and Indiegogo backers will receive a note in the next coming weeks) which will inform you of the discount options and when we expect to be able to deliver the equipment.

The new gear allows us to provide registration keys however, the mcGateway110 and mcMod110 devices will not work on the new system.

Thanks for your patience while we transition

Hi Junkboy -
to help you out, i need some additional info:

1) What devices do you have? mcMod110 or mcMod120 devices?

The devices do have an accelerometer and we do have some examples and libraries for the mcMod120 devices (which i can direct you to after you confirm what devices you are working with).

NOTE - We are moving to the new system (with mcCloud - we are not able to support the older version at this time. I am happy to direct you to information that is available however, since we are in transition, new examples and libraries will need to wait until we are complete and have the new system available for everyone to use.
Let us know about the above question so we can try to help you out

mc-Dongle / Re: Information for mctrack331
« on: April 25, 2018, 12:46:07 pm »
Hi Ahossain,

The mcTrak331 is a prototype device that some of our selected Alpha and Beta testers are using as we transition from our older system to the new system (which includes mcCloud). The mcTrak331 is already on its way to being replaced with the new mcSense420 ( and see uploaded product brief below).

We will be providing full documentation (product specs and schematics) for the mcSense420 when available.

If you do have questions about the mcTrak331, please email us at


mc-Things General Discussion / Re: cannot download
« on: April 16, 2018, 03:50:33 pm »
mcStudio is only supported using Windows 7 or higher. You'll need to use a newer OS to work with the application

mc-Gateway / Re: The future of the McGateway
« on: March 17, 2018, 02:10:44 pm »
@berstern - Thanks for the comment!

Good timing - We are actually exploring options to allow for a built-in cellular connection on the mcGateway. Not sure of the timeline of this right now but it would be great as it means you can then deploy the mcGateway anywhere and start to collect data from your mcDevices.

Keep in mind that you can do this today, you just require a cellular Ethernet or WIFI modem which you can then connect to the mcGateway. We've done some testing with some inexpensive ones available on Amazon and you can also look for options with your local mobile company.

USB to output data - No, the USB is strictly for powering the gateway and the USB port (only on the mcGateway110) is meant for updating the device to the latest mcOS (firmware). the new mcGateway120 does not have a USB port as it receives new mcOS directly from our new mcCloud system!
You can learn more about the soon to be released mcCloud system here:

and here:

mcCloud will be released very soon and we are going to offer any existing users who have legacy hardware (mcMod110's and mcGateway110's) the option to upgrade to new hardware at a discounted price. Keep an eye out for this announcement on the forum and in your email!
Hope that helps, let us know if you have any other questions

Announcements / Re: Introducing 'Tempy' by mcThings!!
« on: March 14, 2018, 10:27:38 am »
@jeroens - Not with Tempy. Tempy devices will direct their information to the website (where you will sign up for an account and start to view incoming data from your devices). You won't be able to modify the device programming or direct the information to any other services with the specific Tempy devices.

That said, you will be able to purchase the unaltered devices that we are using for Tempy yourself and then can program them and direct the information to any service that accepts webhooks (HTTPS). We are also going to be building an MQTT integration into the new mcCloud service.
Hope that helps!

Announcements / Introducing 'Tempy' by mcThings!!
« on: March 13, 2018, 12:35:37 pm »
Hello all,

We wanted to announce to you a new Indiegogo campaign that we just released today!

Tempy is a wireless temperature and humidity sensing system that monitors and reports live data directly to your phone, tablet or computer. Create custom text message and email alerts using the Tempy application notifying you of undesirable climate changes detected by your Tempy sensors. Avoid expensive temperature and humidity related damages such as frozen pipes and mold before they happen, while on vacation. Built for both indoor and outdoor use, Tempy is ready to report in any environment.

Check out the campaign here:

We'd love to get your support on this product and look forward to any backing that our forum users can provide!

Additional info

Tempy is not only a great ready-to-go solution but it should also showcase how the mcThings platform can be used to create easy to implement IoT solutions! For any user out there that has an idea in mind for creating an IoT solution using our platform, Tempy is a perfect example of how the hardware can be developed and used to bring valuable data into a software/cloud application to visualize and make the data valuable.

mc-Platform General / Re: HTTP Requests
« on: March 05, 2018, 12:57:16 pm »
Hi Mortiz,

Glad you asked this question! We are in the middle of transitioning our platform to our new version which includes mcCloud. With mcCloud, you actually send data to the cloud using webhooks (HTTPS)! The new system has many changes and will be the platform we will be supporting moving forward.
With mcCloud, you have an enhanced security setup and you register devices within the mcCloud portal. You still write your script for the devices in mcStudio but instead of deploying them to device individually, you upload the script/application to your mcCloud portal. From there, you can easily and wirelessly deploy the applications to multiple devices at the same time! You can also direct information from a device to multiple applications that can receive HTTPS.

Important info:
  • The new system requires an mcGateway120. The original mcGateway110's will not function on the new system
  • mcCloud will not work with mcModule110 devices. You will require mcModule120 devices. All other devices can be moved to this new system and new devices ordered from mcThings will now be sent out programmed to use the new system
  • We will be keeping the files and details for the older system on our website but we will not be supporting the older version of the platform
  • mcCloud will eventually be a paid subscription service. However, we will be offering a free tier, up to 25 devices, for everyone to get working with the system! Pricing for mcCloud is very low, in the order of $0.50 - $10 per year, per device (depending on how many devices you have on the system

mcCloud will be released to the public shortly and, although we have not yet officially announced this yet, we will be offering a discounted mcGateway120 and mcModule120 devices to our existing users! This means for anyone that has the older equipment OR has purchased new equipment from mcThings (Either from Kickstarter or from our website store), you will have the option to get more gear at a discounted priced to use on the new system.
To provide some further information on mcCloud, you can check out the below (unpublished link) that has some getting started videos for using mcCloud! Check this out:

Let us know if you have any questions. We will be doing an announcement on mcCloud shortly and will also be contacting our existing users in regards to the discounted gear.

Can you confirm what version of mcOS(firmware) your gateway is at and your devices please?

mc-Innovations / Re: mcModules goes cold
« on: December 20, 2017, 10:04:46 am »
Awesome! Thanks for the update kristofferis! It looks like they barely used any voltage over the past 1+ year!

mc-Demo205 / Re: Water temperatures
« on: December 14, 2017, 02:39:04 pm »
@Andrew - This is awesome! Great Job!

To address your question - we have done some testing with the mcDemo205 outside in the middle of winter as well - Using Lithium is the best choice as they are rated for much more extreme temperatures (versus Alkaline) and have a higher capacity. Using Lithium should perform very well outside!

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