CanAirIO CLI (Command Line Interface) is an easy-to-use tool that allows you to configure your device through a console or web console. You don’t need a mobile phone or any special operating system - all you need is a browser (such as Chrome or Edge) or a serial terminal interface.
If you want using instead your mobile phone, please follow the next documentation here.
Launch the CLI
Using your browser please enter to our CanAirIO Web installer and following the next steps:
Video: (OLED configuration sample)
CLI main commands
ESP32WifiCLI Usage: setSSID "YOUR SSID" set the SSID into quotes setPASW "YOUR PASW" set the password into quotes connect save and connect to the network list list all saved networks select <number> select the default AP (default: last saved) mode <single/multi> connection mode. Multi AP is a little slow scan scan for available networks status print the current WiFi status disconnect disconnect from the network delete "SSID" remove saved network help print this help CanAirIO Commands: reboot perform a soft ESP32 reboot clear factory settings reset. (needs confirmation) debug <on/off> to enable debug mode stime <time> set the sample time in seconds spins <TX> <RX> set the UART pins stype <sensor_type> set the UART sensor type. Integer. sgeoh <GeohashId> set geohash id. Choose it here http://bit.ly/geohashe kset <key> <value> set preference key value (e.g on/off or 1/0 or text) klist list valid preference keys info get the device information exit exit of the initial setup mode setup type this to start the configuration
This command show a brief of the current settings on the device like this:
Setup Mode. Main presets: CanAirIO device id : U33TTGOT7AA17A Device factory id : 5aa178 Sensor geohash id : u33dc6s WiFi current status : connected Sensor sample time : 240 UART sensor model : GENERIC UART sensor TX pin : 16 UART sensor RX pin : 17 Current debug mode : disabled KEYNAME DEFINED VALUE ======= ======= ===== wifiEnable custom true paxEnable default emoEnable default i2conly custom true altoffset default toffset default Type "klist" for advanced settings Type "help" for available commands details Type "exit" for leave the safe mode
NOTE: Please keep in mind that you need set the WiFi and the Geohash (localization of your station) settings to have the station ready. These settings help to others to know the air quality in your zone. We have a cloud where you able to fetch all data via our API. Please see bellow for more details.
When the CanAirIO firmware starts up, there is a 10-second window during which we can write the
setup command. This allows us to configure special settings before completing the boot process. If we write
exit, the normal boot process will continue.
This setup is important because it allows us to check for any potential incompatibilities with our
TX/RX pins, remove any problematic network connections, or fix any other settings that may be causing issues with the firmware. By addressing these issues during the setup process, we can ensure a smoother and more reliable boot process.
If you have a
I2C sensor connected, CanAirIO should detect it automatically.
If you have a UART sensor connected to pre-configured UART pins for CanAirIO Sensor Library, you only should select the right model with the command
stype like this:
st> stype 0 -->[CONF] sensor device type : 0 selected UART sensor model : GENERIC Please reboot to changes apply
You able to list the possible sensor types using the stype without arguments:
st> stype invalid UART sensor type! Choose one into 0-7: 0 GENERIC 1 GCJA5 2 SPS30 3 SDS011 4 MHZ19 5 CM1106 6 SAIRS8 7 IKEAVK
If you have your
UART sensor connected to different pins, please use the command
spins <TX> <RX> like this:
st> spins 16 17 -->[CONF] sensor UART TX/RX : 16/17
Don’t forget reboot the device with each change to take the changes.
For try to understand more what happen with your device, you can enable the debug mode like this:
For disable use
debug 0 or
debug off. You are able to write all commands over the current output at the same time. Don’t panic, only type and press enter to disable again the debug mode.
Fixed station config
If you want share your fixed station, you should have filled the next settings in the setup command output:
CanAirIO device id : Sensor geohash id :
For that please configure your localization of your air statation. For that please choose your Geohash using this page, and configure it using
sgeoh command like this:
If you want less precision set at least a geohash of 6 characters. More characters is more precision.
After that you should enable your WiFi, and after some minutes, your station should be in the CanAirIO map
Quick guide: Use the commands: scan, setSSID, setPASW and connect for configure at least one WiFi in your device. You able to configure multiple host Ap. Please follow the next link for details.
CLI advanced commands
To show all variables possiblities, please run
klist, for example:
KEYNAME DEFAULT DEFINITION ======= ======= ============================== wifiEnable true turn on/off current WiFi network paxEnable true turn on/off PAX counter (WiFi sniffer) emoEnable true turn on/off Emoticons visualization (OLED) i2conly false turn on/off forced only i2c sensors (fast boot) altoffset 0 altitude offset to CO2 sensors toffset 0 temp offset (positive float will be a substraction) debugEnable false turn on/off debug mode (verbose output) flipVEnable false turn on/off flip vertical on OLED and TFT screens homeaEnable true Home Assitant enable/disable anaireEnable true Anaire cloid enable/disable ifxEnable true InfluxDb publication enable/disable ifxdb canairio InfluxDb database ifxip canairio IP address (default: canairio server) ifxpt 8086 port hassip hassip Home Assistant IP address hassusr hassusr Home Assistant username hasspsw hasspsw Home Assistant password hasspt 1883 Home Assistant port sealevel 1013.25 sea level value fsafeEnable true fail safe enable/disable wkrstEnable false wake up by reset button enable/disable solarEnable false solar station mode enable/disable (experimental) deepSleep 0 solar station deep sleep time (experimental)
For configure any variable please use the command
kset following of value. Some examples:
kset homeaEnable 1 kset homeaEnable true kset hassip 192.168.0.10 kset toffset 9.8
If your device enter on a panic loop, don’t forget type quickly the command setup to stop the normal boot. Sometimes this kind of panic loop is because some setting is wrong, for example wrong pins choosed for your UART sensor. Set these in the first setup or safe mode and reboot again.
We are able to help you in our Telegram channel too.