For a detailed look at each device, Go into Applications → Choose your Application → Devices

Device Details / (the numbers shown in this position will be your MAC address)

Device Template - Allows you to configure devices en masse. We can set RX windows, class, duty cycle, downlinks and ADR.  Can choose preset device templats

Battery – Displays battery level of device 

ADR – This displays if Adaptive Data Rate is enabled or disabled.  Get better summary. The ADR mechanism is used to adapt the SF/data rate of a device depending on its radio values

Description- You can include a description. Example-  device is being used on site A, water pump #1811

EUI - The DevEUI is a globally-unique Identifier assigned by the manufacturer, or the owner, of the end-device.

JoinEUI -  JoinEUI replaces what use to be AppEUI  ( see note below )

DevAddr - This is the Device name assigned by the server after it have been provisioned on the network. 


Note - JoinEUI and AppEUI are interchangeable terms - The JoinEUI is a global application ID in IEEE EUI64 address space that uniquely identifies the Join Server that is able to assist in the processing of the Join procedure and the session keys derivation.

For OTAA devices, the JoinEUI MUST be stored in the end-device before the Join procedure is executed. The JoinEUI is not required for ABP only end-devices

Last Uplink RF Parameters



Last Uplink RF Parameters panel informs you about the last signal received from the device to the gateway-

Last Seen – When the device was last actively connected to the network

RSSI - Received Signal Strength Indicator

SNR - Signal Noise Ratio

Frequency- The frequency the device is transmitting on  ie. 868.500 for Europe. (*Make sure this corresponds to your region shown here.)

SF- Spreading factor that was used in the last Uplink

Bandwidth- Bandwidth used in last transmission

Gateway- Which Gateway received the signal and transmitted the message