Bulk creation for LoRaWAN equipment
You can now add multiple LoRaWAN types of equipment at once. This feature is only available on the web console. To add equipment, access the bulk creation mode by going through these steps:
Import a CSV file with at least the following info:
Click on select a codec and choose the codec you want to use. Your device names will be scanned and matched with their Wattsense counterparts.
To finish, select the properties that you want to synchronize with the Box.
And…🥁 that’s it! You can now add in one go multiple devices with their data points.
We built this new feature with your feedback. Please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org to make it even better or to share with us any other feedback.
Other improvements added to the console:
New role for assigning permissions to a user: the maintenance technician. This new role only permits editing alarms history. The rest of the information stays in “read-only”.
New field under the Box info to add an external ID. This can be useful, for example, if the Box is installed in a building for which you already have an ID in your real estate database.
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