Introducing embeNET Portal

Your tool to configure, provision, monitor and visualize embeNET networks

embeNET Portal is a web application that gathers data from all connected field nodes, allowing to visualize the network connections and status. It provides deep insight into network operation, allowing to catch and debug connection issues right from the moment of installation. This tool can also be used to provision and authorize the devices and run large scale firmware update actions.

The provided demo version covers all main functionalities of the platform and is already populated with some demo data, so you can get the right experience.

Evaluate using STM32WL and NUCLEO-WL55JC board

The NUCLEO-WL55JC STM32WL Nucleo-64 board from ST Microelectronics provides an affordable and flexible way for users to try out new concepts and build prototypes with the STM32WL Series microcontroller. You can use that platform to easily test and get to know the embeNET platform.

Important information: this demo uses European radio band: 863-870MHz
This band is available in most European countries, but not world wide. Contact us in case of doubts!

What you'll need?

You’re going to need at least two Nucleo boards (more recommended) and a PC with Linux or Windows. One board will be connected to the PC and act as root of the network. The other board (or boards) will act as nodes. You can check the supplier inventories here.

You will also need the STM32CubeIDE to use the provided software examples and program the boards.

Downloads

Source code and binary package for NUCLEO-WL55JC board and Windows.

How to start?

Getting started with embeNET demo for NUCLEO-WL55JC board.

Having trouble?

Having trouble running the demo? In case of questions contact our support.

Evaluate using nRF52832 and nRF52-DK board

The nRF52-DK board from Nordic Semiconductor is a fine development platform for demoing and testing applications with the nRF52832 microcontroller. You can also use that board to easily test and get to know the embeNET platform.

This demo uses the most popular 2.4 GHz radio band
This band is available in most countries.

What you'll need?

You’re going to need at least two nRF52-DK boards (more recommended) and a PC with Windows. One board will be connected to the PC and act as root of the network. The other board (or boards) will act as nodes. You can check the supplier inventories here.

Downloads

Source code and binary package for NRF52-DK board and Windows.

How to start?

Getting started with embeNET demo for NRF52-DK board.

Having trouble?

Having trouble running the demo? In case of questions contact our support.