After establishing the connectivity of your device to the network generated by Fracttal X open the internet browser on your device and type in the navigation bar the IP address 192.168.4.1, exactly as shown in the image, by clicking on the enter key you will see the Fracttal configuration page.

SSID: Set the working wifi network for the Fracttal X, i.e. the wifi network designated for the IoT device. Select the tab of the SSID field as shown in the following image, the available wifi networks will appear to establish connection, then type the network password, if you do not have a password leave the field blank.

To connect to the internet via ethernet or GSM, the device must have the hardware available, select the network option and omit entering your wifi credentials.

Geographic zone: Next, the geographic zone where the device will be located must be configured, this will help Fracttal X to configure its internal time according to its geographic location, with this configuration the data will be established in the Fracttal One platform. Selecting the drop-down list of the field, you will see the time zones available for configuration.

Sampling time: This field allows configuring the number of seconds the equipment will take to send data to the Fracttal One platform.

NOTE: Minimum sampling times of 1 hour are recommended.

Fracttal X Name: Set a name to the device, it is recommended that you choose a name with easily identifiable typology, related to sensor, installation site or monitored asset.

API code: This allows communication with Fracttal X and transmits the data from the IoT devices to the Fracttal One CMMS software. To communicate between the devices and the platform it is necessary to enter the API code, which is an alphanumeric text composed of 21 characters. The code will be active and visible in Fracttal One, in the monitoring module as seen in the previous section on entering new Fracttal X.

When the user buys Fracttal X, his local Fracttal supplier will follow up and implement its activation.

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