To start streaming sensors to your FloorPlan, you'll need to first assign the relevant hubs to the WorkPlace:
Note: When moving Hubs to a new Workplace, make sure to reset them from the previous WorkPlace using the "Reset" button on the Hub list.
3.1 CONNECT YOUR HUBS
Caution: Turning on a Hub that has an active SIM card will connect it to our servers. However, unless your Hub is assigned to your WorkPlace and detecting Sensors, it may not be visible to you.
To activate and test your Hub's connection, take the following steps:
• Ensure peripherals including SIM card and USB antennas are plugged into the Hub
• Use only 1 network connection (Don't plug in LAN while also using a 3G modem)
• Power on the Hub
• Have a Sensor operating nearby
3.2 FIND YOUR HUB
From the WorkHubs Page (us.coworkr.co/hubs or asia.coworkr.co/hubs) you'll find a list of Hubs available for use. This list will include all hubs that you or your colleagues have used or recently added. If you have a Hub but are unsure of its name, you may sort by any of the Hub details to determine its identity.
If you've just connected a Hub and need to locate it try these steps:
1. Use the Filter drop-down menu to select and only show Connected Hubs
2. Sort the List of Connected Hubs by App Start
3. The most recently started Hub is likely your Hub. If you're still unsure, you can verify the number of sensors detected under the "WorkPoints" column.
3.3 ASSIGN THE HUB TO YOUR NEW WORKPLACE
On the right side of your Hub list there are several options may be used to edit the Hub:
Click the Pencil icon to change the Hub's assigned WorkPlace.
Additional details on the Hub list include:
Hub Name: This may be changed yet the Hub's unique ID such as "B827EB1C088D" is the recommended naming convention.
WorkPlace: The WorkPlace to which the Hub is currently assigned
FloorPlan: The WorkPlace's specific Floor Plan name
WorkPoints: This displays the most recently unassigned/assigned WorkPoints available through this Hub
Network: The Network name and type currently used by the Hub
APN: Access Point Name defined by the Hub's network
Platform: Hub Hardware Device
Version: Firmware Version loaded on Hub
Connected: Network Connection Status
(Lock): Encryption Status
Uptime: Length of time the Hub remained most recently connected
Last Load: Date or time of the last connection made
3.4 STAY ORGANIZED - CREATE A LABEL FOR YOUR HUB.
If you'd like to create a label for your Hub, try printing a QR code from the Hub's ID
Click the QR icon next to your Hub ID and print