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mc-Dongle / Re: Information for mctrack331
« Last post by ahossain on April 25, 2018, 01:09:17 pm »
Hi mc-T2,

Thank you for your input.

Sincerely,
AHossain
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mc-Dongle / Re: Information for mctrack331
« Last post by mc-T2 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 (https://www.mcthings.com/products/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 info@mcthings.com

Thanks!
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mc-Dongle / Information for mctrack331
« Last post by ahossain on April 24, 2018, 12:35:31 pm »
Hi do you have documentation and/or schematic available for McTrack331.

Thanks.
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mc-Things General Discussion / Re: cannot download
« Last post by mc-T2 on April 16, 2018, 03:50:33 pm »
Hi,
mcStudio is only supported using Windows 7 or higher. You'll need to use a newer OS to work with the application
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mc-Things General Discussion / cannot download
« Last post by KB3RLJ on April 13, 2018, 03:14:35 pm »
I'm sure its been discussed but i can't seem to find it. When I download McStudio then try to run it it gives me an error saying its not a valid win32 application. i'm running Windows XP. Is that a problem or am I missing something else?
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I struggled with my mcGateway110 in mcStudio using wifi most of the day. I can use Ethernet to see/connect the gateway. I can see the mcGateway110 on my wireless router. Here are the steps that I used and so far has corrected not being able to connect to wifi.  It is as noted not reliable as wifi seems to drop out when using mcStudio.

1) Power off the mcGateway110
2) Move selector switch to wifi
3) Power on the mcGateway110
4) Run a ping test to the mcGateway110 (100% Success)
5) Launch mcStudio Tools > Devices and the mcGateway110.
6) Attempt to connect to the gateway after >20 seconds the gateway disappears from the list.
7) Run ping on the mcGateway110 (100% Success)
8) Close and launch mcStudio "wifi' gateway still does not show up.
9) Move the selector switch to "Ethernet". (Do not power cycle mcGateway110)
10)Close and restart mcStudio and I can connect "Ethernet" to the mcGateway110
11)Move the selector switch to "wifi". (Do not power cycle the mcGateway110)
12)Launch mcStudio Tools > Devices and the mcGateway110
13)Connection using mcStudio on "wifi" successful

Note you must close and re-open mcStudio between selector switch moves. Failing to do so produces and error "see attached log file" I am curious if the mcStudio program checks for the selector switch location before loading either wifi or ethernet settings.



mcStudio v0.9.534.0
mcGateway110
  GwVersion 0.9-958
  LpLanVersion 0.9-615
VM Firmware Version 0x0.9r615
Bootloader Version 1v1.0r0
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mcCloud / Deploy Scripts
« Last post by TIALTA Norway on March 27, 2018, 10:04:48 am »
Hi, we have been fortunate to get used to using McClound. seems like a great tool to control our sensors.
But when we are going to deploye software to our sensors. It takes a terribly long time,  we are talking about many hours. Are there any ways to load software faster to devices?

User MC Studio v 1.8.0.0 - It seems that there are no opportunities to deploy directly to the device anymore.


Thanks
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mc-Gateway / Re: The future of the McGateway
« Last post by Bernstern on March 17, 2018, 06:35:17 pm »
@mc-T2

You guys are the best! I'll look into some current solutions but as always I look forward to yours!
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mc-Gateway / Re: The future of the McGateway
« Last post by mc-T2 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: https://portal.mcthings.com/

and here: https://www.mcthings.com/getting-started-mccloud/

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
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mc-Gateway / The future of the McGateway
« Last post by Bernstern on March 16, 2018, 01:24:15 pm »
Does anyone know if the Mc-Gateway will be sold in the future with integrated 4g, LTE etc. networking to avoid any hassle with home networks?

And is there any way using the USB or Ethernet port on the gateway to output data to another device?

Thank you,
Bernstern
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