If found a tip in Nicolas 's Github to display a decoded frame directly in Sigfox's backend.
Thanks Nicolas, I was just looking for! (Perhaps I was sleeping in the classroom last Thurday...)
Hexa is good for computers, but humans prefer clear test ;)
@nlesconnec gives us the format to the display Type:
pressure::uint:32 temperature::float:32 humidity::uint:32
In my case, I found that I must add "little-endian" , if not , display is inconsistant. So this format
humidity::int:32:little-endian temperature::float:32:little-endian pressure::int:32:little-endian
works for me. (Obviously, adjust with your own order of parameters and type in your frame).
Hope that's help...
Answer by nlesconnec · Nov 27, 2015 at 06:14 PM
This optional feature is here to help you get a quick glance at your messages, in a human-readable format.
The standard way is to do this decoding on your side, using the data received through callback, as Sigfox doesn't have to know what you're sending.
To edit the display of your frames, you must edit this setting at the device type level