SPS100 : Spot On Parking Sensor on NB-IoT

Modified on Tue, 07 May 2024 at 05:01 PM

Product Description

The battery-powered NB-IoT parked car detector, SpotON SPS100, uses the combination of a magnetometer and radar sensor to determine a parked car and signals this via the cellular NB-IoT network to a MQTT server.

Data sheet

You can find the English datasheet, "Option-ParkingSensor-SPS100-EN", at the bottom of this page.

Installation guide

The guide on how to install the SpotON Parking Sensor, "Installation guide_v1_0", can be found at the bottom of this page.

Configuration using NFC

Each device contains an NFC tag that can be used to make modifications to the configuration of each SpotON Parking Sensor locally, without the need to install or power on the device.

The parameters that can be changed are, but not limited to, allowing to change:

  • the SIM card connection details like APN, etc., 
  • MQTT broker settings,
  • the NTP (Network Time Protocol) settings,
  • power on/off the device. 

You can find a guide called "SPS100_configuration_guide_android" for Android devices or  "SPS100_configuration_guide_ios" for iOS devices from Apple, using the app "NFC TagWriter" application by NXP Semiconductors. The app exists both for android and iOS and therefor we have made manuals for both operating systems.

Android App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nxp.nfc.tagwriter&hl=en&gl=US

Apple iOS App: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nfc-tagwriter-by-nxp/id1246143221

User manual

The user guide, "SPS100_user_manual", which contains all necessary information on how to interpret the messages from the sensor, and how to send messages to the sensor, can be found at the bottom of this page.

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