Sigfox Backend : Creating your first Device Type

Sigfox Backend : Creating your first Device Type

Sigfox Backend : Creating your first Device Type

‚ÄčPre-requisites:
  • Sigfox Backend Login Credentials
  • Sigfox Contract with Available Tokens

 

If you don't have any of the pre-requisites above, you may contact support@thinxtra.com so we can assist you with these pre-requisites.

 

Here are the following steps in creating your first device type:

  1. Login to backend.sigfox.com
  2. Once logged in, go to Device Type Tab.

  3. On the upper right of the Device Type Tab, click New.
  4. Select Group.
  5. After selecting a group, you will be redirected to this screen and next fill in the following details:


    • Name of your device type
    • Description of your device type
    • Set the Keep-alive value in minutes (optional)
    • Contract: you can associate multiple contracts to a device type
    • Alert e-mail: If a callback fails, an email will be sent to the address below so that you can take action to fix the problem.
    • Configure the downlink callback mode 
    • Configure the Payload display

  6. Once you have filled it up, click OK.

 

Now you have created your first device type!

Once you already have a device type, you may now start Registering your first Sigfox Device.

 



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