Dutch Sensor Systems - logo
Version 2.1 (beta) (2022-27-04)

This document describes the configuration possibilities of the IoT Sound Sensor, and also contains the decryption-logic in Javascript.
Tip: Press [F12] and watch console for detailed info.
The payload can be configured with the app, or with a downlink using the SensorTeam Dashboard+ system. Contact us for more info about downlink configuration possibilities.

This example shows the 'autonomic' parsing of the IoT SoundSensor payload. The exact sensor-configuration can be modified using the Android App.

The IoT SoundSensor has the following settings:
Possible data per measurement: Note: The timestamp can be extracted from the uplink message from your provider (if they send it), but this is not so accurate. If you use the timestamp from the uplink message, you have to know the interval between the samples (for example hard-coded or from a database). Therefore we recommend to use the onboard GPS in combination with the 2 timestamp datatypes.
The payload of the example configuration is 320 bits (40 bytes) long (the payload description is also shown in the App):

| message info (16) | Bat (8) | Lat (32) | Lon (32) | first timestamp (16) | last timestamp (16) | LAfast (10) | LAslow (10) | LCfast (10) | LCslow (10) | LAeq (10) | LCeq (10) | LAmax (10) | LAmin (10) | LCmax (10) | LCmin (10) | LAfast (10) | LAslow (10) | LCfast (10) | LCslow (10) | LAeq (10) | LCeq (10) | LAmax (10) | LAmin (10) | LCmax (10) | LCmin (10) |
The 'message info' contains the type of the message and the configuration, what makes 'autonomic' parsing possible:
bit index | description
00 | Message type (2 bits)
01 | Message type (2 bits)
02 | Battery voltage
03 | Location
04 | Timestamp of first sample
05 | Timestamp of last sample
06 | LAfast
07 | LAslow
08 | LCfast
09 | LCslow
10 | LAeq
11 | LCeq
12 | LAmax
13 | LAmin
14 | LCmax
15| LCmin
You can paste your own payload here: