With the USB cable plugged in, the S5D9 board mounts as a USB Drive, F: on my system.
The drive contains these folders.
loaded.txt contains this
The S5D9 card looks like it can hold 16MB of data and less than 2MB is currently used.
I’m going to try a different binary install.
Once I deleted
loaded.txt, the three LED lights on my S5D9 started to strobe.
I’m going to grab a Medium One binary from GitHub.
Put into folder “Put binary here”
The transfer using my USB 3.0 port took 5 minutes. I was surprised by this and will look into plugging it into a different port in the future.
The binary eventually uploaded to the S5D9 board.
Add Filename to update.txt
I used notepad to create a file called, update.txt and I put the name of the
.srec file into my new update.txt file.
Test New Binary
I rebooted my board and activated the kit per the S5D9 Diagnostics Intelligence Tutorial.
I received two emails from MediumOne. The second email had this subject line:
At the bottom, it had the m1config.txt file
Using this, I was able to send data from my S5D9 to the Medium One Cloud.
I’m also pulling a bunch of data into a table