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  1. Obtain a solar panel with the appropriate metal plate. Obtain the correctly bend metal plate. The enclosure is the box where the sensor board, and wires are kept to protect from the environment.
    • Obtain a solar panel with the appropriate metal plate.

    • Obtain the correctly bend metal plate.

    • The enclosure is the box where the sensor board, and wires are kept to protect from the environment.

    • Obtain the enclosure with the predrilled holes.

  2. Obtain the solar panel extension cable Obtain heat-shrink tubing and place it around the cable Cover the connection between the solar panel wire and the extension cable with the heat-shrink tubing. Then, use a heat gun to shrink the tubing, creating a water-tight seal around the connection
    • Obtain the solar panel extension cable

    • Obtain heat-shrink tubing and place it around the cable

    • Cover the connection between the solar panel wire and the extension cable with the heat-shrink tubing. Then, use a heat gun to shrink the tubing, creating a water-tight seal around the connection

  3. Trim the solar panel extension wire so there is approximately 20 inches of wire from the connection point Strip the wires as shown in the image
    • Trim the solar panel extension wire so there is approximately 20 inches of wire from the connection point

    • Strip the wires as shown in the image

    • Twist the ends of the wires

  4. Attach the solar panel onto the metal plate. Using screws and a screw driver, screw the solar panel into these holes. Now that the solar panel is attached to the metal plate, attach the metal plate onto the lid of the enclosure Note: the tall side of the metal plate should be on the same side of the enclosure as the holes for the ultrasonic sensor and cable glands.
    • Attach the solar panel onto the metal plate.

    • Using screws and a screw driver, screw the solar panel into these holes. Now that the solar panel is attached to the metal plate, attach the metal plate onto the lid of the enclosure

    • Note: the tall side of the metal plate should be on the same side of the enclosure as the holes for the ultrasonic sensor and cable glands.

    • The screws and nuts should be screwed in this matter in the holes on the sides of the box lid (meaning the nut is on the outside)

  5. Obtain velcro Add velcro with soft side inside the enclosure in the following places
    • Obtain velcro

    • Add velcro with soft side inside the enclosure in the following places

  6. Now we need to insert the red extension wire from the solar panel into the enclosure box Obtain a cable gland Screw the cable gland into the wall of the enclosure, through the small hole, as shown
    • Now we need to insert the red extension wire from the solar panel into the enclosure box

    • Obtain a cable gland

    • Screw the cable gland into the wall of the enclosure, through the small hole, as shown

    • Place an o-ring between the cable gland and outer-wall of the enclosure

    • Insert the solar panel extension wire into the cable gland as shown, leaving approximately 8 inches of wire inside the enclosure

  7. Obtain a plugable header and ensure the ends of the wires are twisted Screw the wires into the plugable header as shown in the picture
    • Obtain a plugable header and ensure the ends of the wires are twisted

    • Screw the wires into the plugable header as shown in the picture

    • Note: hand tight is just right.

  8. Solder a 3-prong terminal block to the ground, power, and data (#5) through-holes on the depth sensor For organization, bind three wires (red, white, and black) with a small piece of shrink wrap Connect the wires as shown in the picture (black to ground, red to power, white for data)
    • Solder a 3-prong terminal block to the ground, power, and data (#5) through-holes on the depth sensor

    • For organization, bind three wires (red, white, and black) with a small piece of shrink wrap

    • Connect the wires as shown in the picture (black to ground, red to power, white for data)

  9. Assemble the depth sensor by adding the o-rings, and the connective wires in the order pictured, leaving the nut ring to the side Note that the connective wires connect the depth sensor to the sensor node board. Remember, red wire is responsible for power, black is for ground, and white is for data Place the depth sensor through the larger hole, and secure it firmly by tightening the nut ring
    • Assemble the depth sensor by adding the o-rings, and the connective wires in the order pictured, leaving the nut ring to the side

    • Note that the connective wires connect the depth sensor to the sensor node board. Remember, red wire is responsible for power, black is for ground, and white is for data

    • Place the depth sensor through the larger hole, and secure it firmly by tightening the nut ring

    • Make sure the nut ring is tightened securely as it will keep the enclosure water-tight

  10. Obtain the cell module (modem), GPS, and antenna Insert SIM card into cell module Attach the GPS to the connection shown (grey wire)
    • Obtain the cell module (modem), GPS, and antenna

    • Insert SIM card into cell module

    • Attach the GPS to the connection shown (grey wire)

    • Attach the antenna to the connection shown (black wire)

  11. Attach rough-sided velcro on the antenna and GPS as shown in the picture.
    • Attach rough-sided velcro on the antenna and GPS as shown in the picture.

  12. Obtain Open-Storm board and place 4 jumpers in the spots shown Insert microSD card into board Attach the cellular module onto the sensor node board in the appropriate place
    • Obtain Open-Storm board and place 4 jumpers in the spots shown

    • Insert microSD card into board

    • Attach the cellular module onto the sensor node board in the appropriate place

  13. Now the sensor node is attached to the modem, and the depth sensor and solar panel is attached to the box Put the sensor node board in the enclosure box, and screw it in using a screw driver Connect the depth sensor wires to any green block (one that fits) on the sensor node
    • Now the sensor node is attached to the modem, and the depth sensor and solar panel is attached to the box

    • Put the sensor node board in the enclosure box, and screw it in using a screw driver

    • Connect the depth sensor wires to any green block (one that fits) on the sensor node

    • Connect the solar panel wire to small green block on the sensor node as shown in the picture

  14. Obtain velcro and lithium ion 3.7V battery. Attach rough side of velcro on battery Be very careful not to short the battery by touching the two wires together. Obtain a block plug.
    • Obtain velcro and lithium ion 3.7V battery. Attach rough side of velcro on battery

    • Be very careful not to short the battery by touching the two wires together.

    • Obtain a block plug.

    • Twist the wires of the battery so they fit nicely in the plugable-header block

    • Screw the wires into the block plug

    • Note: hand tight is just right.

  15. Attach the antenna, and the GPS on the velcro to the closest wall on the inside of the enclosure Attach the battery to the velcro on the inside of the box lid and attach wire to the Open-Storm board
    • Attach the antenna, and the GPS on the velcro to the closest wall on the inside of the enclosure

    • Attach the battery to the velcro on the inside of the box lid and attach wire to the Open-Storm board

  16. Get the bench power supply and set output to 5.9V. Check the voltage with a voltmeter. Connect a 2-pin green screw terminal to the bench power supply and plug it into the Open-Storm board solar port. Confirm the solar charge LED is off.
    • Get the bench power supply and set output to 5.9V. Check the voltage with a voltmeter.

    • Connect a 2-pin green screw terminal to the bench power supply and plug it into the Open-Storm board solar port.

    • Confirm the solar charge LED is off.

    • CAREFULLY turn the silver potentiometer next to the charge controller IC with a small Phililps screw driver until the charge light turns on.

    • Resource: 1. How to Select MPP Voltage on a Solar Charge Controller 2. Sunny Buddy Solar Charger V13 Hookup Guide

  17. obtain a programmer plug the programmer into a USB port on your computer and the board, as shown in PSoC Programmer,  click on  "KitProg/..." under "Port Selection"  to connect to  the programmer
    • obtain a programmer

    • plug the programmer into a USB port on your computer and the board, as shown

    • in PSoC Programmer, click on "KitProg/..." under "Port Selection" to connect to the programmer

    • Check with Brooke to make sure the hex file you have is up to date before programming node

    • click the program button in the upper left-hand corner

    • make sure the terminal says "Programming Succeeded" and the status is "PASS"

  18. obtain a USB to TTL  serial converter cable locate the GND and RXD lines (mine were black and yellow respectively, but always check first). Using jumper cables, attach the GND and RXD lines to a 5-pin terminal block as shown
    • obtain a USB to TTL serial converter cable

    • locate the GND and RXD lines (mine were black and yellow respectively, but always check first). Using jumper cables, attach the GND and RXD lines to a 5-pin terminal block as shown

    • plug the 5-pin terminal block into the port shown

  19. open PuTTY and click "Serial"  under connection type for "Serial line"  check your device manager to see what port number your serial converter is plugged into. For me, it was "COM4"
    • open PuTTY and click "Serial" under connection type

    • for "Serial line" check your device manager to see what port number your serial converter is plugged into. For me, it was "COM4"

    • for "Speed" enter 115200

    • Hit "Open," plug in your board (or reset it), and you should start seeing output in the terminal

    • Look for this section in your serial output. It records the results for the 4 setup tests performed on the device

    • If the device returns a status of 1 for each of the four tests, the device is ready for further testing (outdoors on the rack)

  20. Fold wire over itself so that the portion above the hose clamp won't have slack when the black wire section is pressed against the inside of the panel Obtain a hose clamp, and secure the red part of the wire to the black section using a drill fitted with the drill bit Wrap a zip tie around the wire as shown.
    • Fold wire over itself so that the portion above the hose clamp won't have slack when the black wire section is pressed against the inside of the panel

    • Obtain a hose clamp, and secure the red part of the wire to the black section using a drill fitted with the drill bit

    • Wrap a zip tie around the wire as shown.

    • Use a second zip tie to connect the ends of the first one

  21. Use a clamp to tighten the zip tie Position each zip tie head as shown while tightening Clip excess zip tie as close as possible
    • Use a clamp to tighten the zip tie

    • Position each zip tie head as shown while tightening

    • Clip excess zip tie as close as possible

  22. apply the open-storm sticker to the side of the enclosure as shown apply the unique node ID sticker to the top of the enclosure as shown print a label with the unique node ID that appears on the sticker
    • apply the open-storm sticker to the side of the enclosure as shown

    • apply the unique node ID sticker to the top of the enclosure as shown

    • print a label with the unique node ID that appears on the sticker

    • apply the label to the board as shown

  23. This is what the sensor node should look like on the inside This is what the sensor node should look like from the outside
    • This is what the sensor node should look like on the inside

    • This is what the sensor node should look like from the outside

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