Getting Started

Congratulations on acquiring the WM2000EV Evaluation Kit!

We have prepared a tutorial consisting of several projects that take you on a curated journey to explore the WM2000's capabilities. All of these projects are contained in a dedicated Github repository. Each highlights the core features of the module that make it ideal for Internet of Things (IoT) and industrial automation applications.

The first of these projects comes preloaded on the module included in your WM2000EV kit.

Demo #1 — Keen

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In this project, we will use the L.U.I.S. (Loadable User Interface System) app — available as a web app or on iOS and Android — to connect the module to your Wi-Fi network. Then we will configure it for secure communications to a nonaffiliated, third-party cloud services provider, Keen. In as little as 10 minutes, your module will be polling the board's integrated light and temperature sensors and transmitting the data to Keen.

This project leverages a number of our API components (see the TIDE, TiOS, Tibbo BASIC, and Tibbo C Manual) to provide a straightforward configuration and user experience. In particular, our implementation of Transport Layer Security (TLS) — combined with Tibbo's HTTP library — significantly simplifies the secure transmission of data to the cloud.

Demo #2 — WebPWM

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In the second demonstration, we'll use the L.U.I.S. app to interface with the WM2000's Companion App to configure the device. Then, we'll upload the project to the WM2000 via the Wi-Fi interface and use the application's built-in web interface to adjust the color output of the WM2000EV's integrated RGB LED.

This project highlights not only the use of the pwm. Object to easily control the pulse-width modulation (PWM) outputs that control the LED, but also serves as a hands-on example on using the Companion App and taking advantage of the WM2000's dual-app capability.