The Settings tab allows you to configure connectivity, add public links, load debugging data, generate reports, set time zone, and set geo-location.


To receive or send data from or to the device, you need to add and configure the network server to which the device belongs.

In the Connectivity section, click on the light blue area displaying a disconnected adapter icon and the text 'Not Configured'.

The Network Server modal box opens. Select the network server from the list where your device is registered.

In the Uplink section, toggle the Secure button switch to turn it on.

The API Key text box is initially empty but it will be generated for your device after you click on the Save button.

Click on the Save button.

Your network server is now shown in the Connectivity section.

To view the API key, simply click on the network server listed under the Connectivity section.

The Network Server modal box opens, and you can now see the API key associated with your device in the API Key text box.

Copy the API key by clicking on the Copy button. You will need it when configuring the connectivity for Widgelix on your network server.


You can download the recorded values for the preferred data fields as a CSV (Comma Separated Values) file.

To add data fields, click on the Fields text box and select each field one by one.

For data filtering, choose the desired timeframe using one of the following options:

  • Click on the Range text box and select a predefined timeframe from the list. If the desired timeframe is not available, you can manually type a range, such as '3 days' for example.

  • Define a custom date range by selecting the start date and end date from the date pickers.

Click on the Get Report button.

The report will be downloaded as a CSV file.

Time zone:

Click on the drop-down and select a time zone from the list that is applicable to the geolocation of your device.

The time zone automatically updates and applies to all devices of that device type.

Online Threshold:

The device status (online/offline) can be determined based on whether an uplink is received from the device within the defined time period.

If an uplink is received within the defined time period, a green dot will display alongside the device image, and the elapsed time between the last uplink time and the current time will be shown, for example, Last Seen: 5 minutes ago.

If there is no uplink received within the defined time period, a red dot will display alongside the device image, and the device status will be displayed as Last Seen: never

Select one of the following predefined timeframes from the dropdown text box under the Online Threshold.

  • 1 minute

  • 1 hour

  • 1 day - this is the default timeframe.

  • 1 week

  • 1 month

You can also type a custom time frame in the dropdown text box, for example, 2 minutes.


The Coordinates section is only visible if you have enabled and set the geolocation of your device during its creation. To view the Coordinates section if it is not visible, toggle the Enable button.

You can add or update the existing coordinates by either directly typing them in the Latitude and Longitude text boxes or choosing them from the map by clicking the Pick From Map button.

Click on the Save button to apply the changes to the device.

When you update the coordinates, they will be applied only to the particular device, not to the device type.

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