Connecting LinkIt ONE to Cayenne

Introduction: Connecting LinkIt ONE to Cayenne

Because the native gpio of Raspberry are limited, I decided to try using Arduino, but to connect to the Internet I had no wifi shield only Ethernet but did not have enough cable to connect the Arduino to my Modem, and seeing community projects, I saw that ESP8266 had connected a Cayenne, and apparently there are not native support for this board, so I got to thinking. First I thought also use my NodeMCU, but I remembered that I have a LinkIt Duo and LinkIt ONE, both with WiFi connection too so it would seem more interesting. Of course we should get me to the source codes to make an adjustment.

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Step 1: Adding a New Device (Select Arduino UNO Over WiFi Shield)

Step 2: Modifing Sources

Step 3: UPLOAD BASE SKETCH

Step 4: Renaming the Device

Step 5: Adding New Widget (with Virtual Pin)

Step 6: Upload New Sketch

Step 7: TEST LED SWITCHER :)

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    laurencehr
    laurencehr

    Reply 3 years ago

    Sure, Cayenne is like a web version of Blynk hehe