CloudWizzard Getting Started Guide

Modified on Fri, 21 Jun 2024 at 05:32 PM


This pages serves as a guide to get started with the CloudWizzard application.

Connecting Things to the Cloud can be difficult. With the CloudWizzard this is a thing of the past!


The CloudWizzard offers new CloudGate users the ability to get create an IoT application in 30minutes or less, without any need of writing code. The instructions guide you through the 2 main parts of the Wizard: configuring an Input and an Output.


Here below a list of currently supported Inputs and Outputs:

Inputs

Outputs

Modbus (TCP and/or RTU)
GPIO (Analog/Digital Inputs)
LoRa (868Mhz or 915Mhz)
MBus (Wired)
RS232 (Serial connection)
Bacnet (TCP/IP)

Microsoft Azure (IoT Hub)
Amazon AWS (MQTT)
MQTT
Opinum

Bacnet Device



This getting started guide will explain everything you need to know in just a few steps. 

Click on each step below to get started right away!


Step 1: Installation and connecting CloudGate to the internet

Step 2: Configuring the Inputs

Step 3: Configuring the Outputs



Note: CloudWizzard can only be used on Rev3 devices and upwards.


Using the CloudWizzard application requires a (perpetual) license to be installed on the CloudGate. Please click the link below to learn how to install this license:

Installing a CloudWizzard license on your CloudGate



The latest version of CloudWizzard can be found here below. Installation can go via the "Provisioning" tab on the CloudGate User Interface, or via www.cloudgateuniverse.com provisioning. You need to upload the entire ".zip" file without unzipping.



Using the CloudWizzard application for CloudGate implies that you have read and accepted the terms in the End-User License Agreement (EULA).



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