The last device that needs to be setup is the Andon Light Stack. In order to setup this device, we will need the parts referenced in the image below.
Please make sure you have all the parts required before proceeding to setup the Andon Light Stack. You will also need a Phillips Screwdriver to assemble the Light Stack.
Connect the bulbs to each socket in the Andon Skeleton. Match the color of the wire leaving the socket to that of the bulb.
Light Stack Base
Place the shorter threading such that it connects to the grey cylinder. Screw the two pieces as shown below:
Pass the wire threw the stem as shown in the image below:
Attach the base of the light stack to that of the grey cylindrical cap using the long screws as shown in the image below:
Light Stack Base
Screw the base of the Light Stack to the free end of the stem (longer thread) as shown in the image below:
Arrange and connect the red and green translucent, hollow, cylindrical tubes to the grey cap as shown in the image below:
Secure the cap on top of the light stack using the screw as shown in the image below:
Wire to Connector
Remove the OUTPUT connector from the Gateway. Connect the wires to the OUTPUT connector: The Grey wire goes to return (-). Green goes to Pin 1. Red goes to Pin 2.
Connect to Gateway
Attach the OUTPUT connector to the gateway with the wires attached as shown in the image below:
Confirm that the Andon Light Stack is working by:
Selecting Andon Light Stack Unit Test on the Factory Kit Navigator Page
Follow the instructions on the Andon Light Stack Unit Test Application and see whether the red and green lights come on.
Having trouble? Contact us on live chat.
Congratulations! You’ve completed part 6 of 6 in the Factory Kit Quick Start Guide. That means
You’ve completely assembled your Factory Kit
You are familiar with how to configure and use your Tulip IoT Gateway with some basic IoT devices
You know how to use Unit Tests to confirm that your devices are working as expected within Tulip.
Check out the Shop Floor IoT section of the knowledge base to learn how to set up third party devices and learn how to build apps that include devices.
Remember, if at any point you need help you can send us a note using our "live chat" or browse our knowledge base at support.tulip.co.