SAMR30 + WSN Demo (Serial connector not showing)

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Hi,

I`m trying to evaluate the MiWi stack on the new SAMR30, project itself is ok, can connect to PANC with putty, but can`t connect to it with WSN Monitor attached to the ASF demo project.

 

WSNMonitor installed ok, opens ok,but when I press the connect, it shows TCP only. I saw several threads showing issues running on Win8, but they are quite old, does anyone knows anything about it?

Anyone saw it working ok on environment similar to this one?

 

I`m using the SAMR30 Xplained PRO, Win10, ASF 3.38

 

Win10 x64, Java 1.8.0_161 x86 and 1.6.0_29 x64

 

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The WSNDemo application is intended to organize a wireless sensor network (WSN) composed of Atmel MeshBean boards. Each WSN node periodically reads the data of its on-board sensors (light, temperature and battery power) and sends them to coordinator, which in turn sends the data to the PC's COM port. A special GUI application named WSN Monitor running on the PC displays the network topology and sensor data in an easy-to-interpret graphical form. 

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I am experiencing a similar problem with WSN Monitor on Windows 10 and SAMR21 XP board.  Technical support provided a doc with info on running Java6 which I've installed and is now running by default.  Still no luck.  The pull-down still only has TCP.  Any other ideas?

 

The MiWi mesh WSN Demo examples ran right out of the box and seem to be working as expected.

 

Win10 x64, Java  1.6.0_45

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WSN Monitor Tool was developed to support Windows 7 and earlier OS , however with the below workaround the tool can work on a Windows 10 OS machine.

-> Set an environment variable "_JAVA_OPTIONS" to "-Dorg.osgi.framework.os.name=win32" in the system as shown below. 

 

 

For my testing i have used Windows OS V10.0.16299.192 running Java Version 1.8.0_77 as seen below

 

With the above modification the WSN monitor tool should work.

 

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downtownhero wrote:

With the above modification the WSN monitor tool should work.

 

 

Nice - I'll have to try this.

"When all else fails, read the directions"