After turning EEG Dev kit ON, it attempts to connect to known Wi-Fi network(s) using details from saved Wi-Fi profiles. If it cannot connect in 30 seconds the device switches into Wi-Fi provisioning mode.
There are few methods to configure EEG Dev Kit to Wi-Fi access point (AP)/wireless router credentials:
- Configuring Wi-Fi network credentials via configure.dk webpage;
- Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Push Button;
- Using default Wi-Fi credentials.
Configuring via configure.dk webpage
- Turn ON EEG Dev Kit and wait 1 minute until the device switches into AP mode. You’ll see solid orange light.
- Using smartphone or computer connect to “EEG-DK-XXXX” Wi-Fi network (where XXXX is the last 4 symbols of your EEG Dev Kit serial number). Password is “password”.
- Open your browser to http://configure.dk. Please, note, it can be a little slow on Android.
- On this page, supply EEG Dev Kit with your own Wi-Fi network details: enter SSID, password and choose security type. Then click “Add”. You can save up to 6 Wi-Fi profiles if you want to use your device in a few places.
- Click “Connect”. Device will try to connect to Wi-Fi using details from saved profiles. Once connected you’ll see single green blinks.
Using WPS method
For this method your access point/wireless router must have a physical or virtual (in web UI) WPS button:
Follow these steps:
- Press WPS button on your router. The router is ready for new devices to join the network for 2 minutes (normally)
- Turn ON EEG Dev Kit and wait 30 sec until the device switches into WPS mode. You’ll see long single orange blinks.
- The device will automatically start the process of connecting to the network. Once connected you’ll see single green blinks.
Using default Wi-Fi Credentials
Instead of configuring EEG Dev Kit you can configure your access point/wireless router to Wi-Fi credentials, preprogrammed to device:
- Set network name (SSID) to “FOCUS”.
- Set password to “password”.
- Turn ON EEG Dev Kit. Once connected to network you’ll see single green blinks.
This method is not recommended.