enDAQ Cloud: Uploading Data to Cloud

There are two ways to upload data to the cloud. The first is with a wireless device which will automatically (if configured to do so) upload a recording over WiFi once it has finished recording. The second method is to manually upload a recorded file with the web browser. This approach lets the user get the benefit of the cloud analysis, sorting, sharing and (soon) visualization features - even with a non-wireless device.

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Uploading Data Wirelessly to the Cloud

Lets start uploading data to the Cloud!

Go to "My Recordings" on left side of the navigation. You will see there are no files found yet. 

Configure your device to connect to internet and pair to your account. (Can verify under "Manage Sensors"). 

Under "My Recordings" disconnect your device from power and you can start a recording by pressing the button. You will see the LED sequence go from red to green, because of a delay.

Then you will see the LED turn blue, meaning your device is now recording data. Solid blue means the GPS is turned on.

A slow blinking blue LED means the device is powering on the WIFI module and connecting to the internet. You can configure your device to skip this step for subsequence recordings and it keeps the WIFI powered on during all times after that first upload.

Once you see this LED sequence of the blinking green, your device is uploading your data. Uploading your data should be quick.

Once you see the green LED, you have a successful upload!

You will see LED blue again when your device is repeating the process and doing another recording.

Another upload sequence.

Refresh your page and you will see you uploaded files appear.

If you have any questions, contact us or book a demo with one of our engineers.

Uploading Data via a Web Browser

You can upload files to the cloud with a web browser simply by navigating to the recording list and clicking the button in the top right called "IMPORT."

Note About Large Files

You can upload very large files to the cloud, and then share these files. But these files won't be processed into summary metrics like peak acceleration. The cloud will still pull out the recording date, serial number and meta data though. If you have a large file and want the processing ability, just use the splitter to first split the file into ~5 MB segments. Then upload the many segments. This will then help you find potentially harsh areas of interest quicker too.

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