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  • Adding new devices in the ZENNER Datahub

    Posted by Stromer35 on 3. February 2023 at 14:53

    I now have access to the ZENNER Datahub with my gateway. In order to be able to create a new sensor there, I see the menu item “+ New LoRaWAN Device” in the navigation under LoRaWAN Devices. There I have to enter “Mandatory” and “Optional” details. What exactly do I have to enter there? Where do I get the necessary information?

    schwooz replied 1 year ago 2 Members · 3 Replies
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  • schwooz

    14. February 2023 at 16:40

    Hi Ingo,

    the only fields you have to fill in when adding a new sensor are the ones for the so-called device keys, i.e. DevEUI + JoinEUI + AppKey. You simply leave Rx-Relay as pre-filled and all other information is optional.

    Where you get this information or keys depends on where you purchase or have purchased the devices and partly also from the manufacturer. For devices ordered in the ZENNERShop, you usually receive the keys via the ZENNER delivery note portal. The electronic delivery bills for your order(s), including keys, are stored there and are available for download. You simply set up access to the portal once with the initial registration data printed on the paper delivery bill. You can find more information about this and PDF instructions at There is one exception, however: If you order your sensors with the additional option ZENNER IoT PLUG&PLAY, the keys will not be transferred to the delivery note portal, as the devices will in this case be automatically added for you in both the ZENNER Datahub and the B.One Gallery visualization tool. As far as the DevEUI is concerned, you can sometimes find it directly on the respective device or its outer packaging, but it is actually not the rule.

    Hope this answers your question 🙂

    Best regards,

    • Stromer35

      10. March 2023 at 9:49

      Thanks Michael, that helped 😃

      • schwooz

        13. March 2023 at 9:43

        Hi Ingo, this is great, I’m glad to hear that 🙂👍

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