IoT Smart Plug Socket SDK Solutions

Smart Pug MK102
Smart Plug MK112
Smart Switch WS001-3
README.md--IOS

1. Below the MKSDK For Device folder is the SDK to configure the smart plug

1.1 If you want to configure the MQTT server information and the wifi information to connect to the smart plug, you need to make the smart plug into AP mode(Please refer to the MokoLife user manual): plug the smart plug into a power socket, press the button for 10 seconds till the smart plug indicator blink amber light which indicates the smart plug into AP mode(Note: The timeout period for AP mode is 3 minutes, once you have configured the information to the smart plug, it will end AP mode). Enter the Wlan page and select the smart plug hotspot to connect, when connecting successfully, call connectDeviceWithHost:port
connectSucBlock:connectFailed
Blockmethods to connect the smart plug. Following is the complete configuration of the smart plug process:

step1

[[MKSocketManager sharedInstance] connectDeviceWithHost:@”192.168.4.1″
port:8266
connectSucBlock:^(NSString *IP, NSInteger port) {
//connect success
connectFailedBlock:^(NSError *error) {
//connect failed
}];

step2

[[MKSocketManager sharedInstance]readSmartPlugDevice
InformationWithSucBlock:^(id returnData) {
//Read device info success
} failedBlock:^(NSError *error) {
//Read device info failed
}];

step3

[[MKSocketManager sharedInstance] configMQTTServerHost:@”your MQTT Server host”
port:port
connectMode:mqttServerConnectTCPMode
qos:mqttQosLevelExactlyOnce
keepalive:60
cleanSession:YES
clientId:@”your device mac address”
username:@”your MQTT Server userName”
password:@”your MQTT Server password”
sucBlock:^(id returnData) {
//Config Success
}
failedBlock:^(NSError *error) {
//Config Failed
}];

step4

[[MKSocketManager sharedInstance] configWifiSSID:your wifi ssid
password:wifi password
security:wifiSecurity_WPA2_PSK
sucBlock:^(id returnData) {
//Config Success
} failedBlock:^(NSError *error) {
//Config Failed
}];

2. The MKSDKForMqttServer folder is the SDK that configures the APP and MQTTServer

2.1 MKMQTTServerManagerDelegate

@protocol MKMQTTServerManagerDelegate

(void)mqttServerManagerStateChanged:(MKMQTTSessionManagerState)state;
//connect state delegate method

(void)sessionManager:(MKMQTTServerManager *)sessionManager didReceiveMessage:(NSData *)data onTopic:(NSString *)topic;//Receives the data from the MQTT server

@end

2.2 APP connect to the MQTT server

When the network is available,call [[MKMQTTServerManager sharedInstance] connectMQTTServer:port:tls:keepalive:clean:
auth:user:pass:clientId:] to connect your MQTT server.

2.3 Subscribe topic

Please refer to the MQTT protocal document for the topic of the smart plug.Call – (void)subscriptions:(NSArray *)topicList and – (void)unsubscriptions:(NSArray *)topicList to subscribe and unsubscribe the topic separatrly.

2.4 APP publish data to a specified topic

Please refer to the MQTT protocal document for the topic of the smart plug. – (void)sendData:(NSDictionary *)data topic:(NSString *)topic sucBlock:(void (^)(void))sucBlock failedBlock:(void (^)(NSError *error))failedBlock

README.md--Android

1.Import and use SDK

1.1 Import module project mokosupport

1.2 Configure settings.gradle file and call mokosupport project:

include ‘:app’,’:mokosupport’

1.3 Edit the build.gradle file of the main project:

dependencies {
implementation fileTree(dir: ‘libs’, include: [‘*.jar’])
implementation project(path: ‘: mokosupport’)
}

1.4 Import SDK during project initialization:

public class BaseApplication extends Application { @Override public void onCreate() { super.onCreate(); // initialization MokoSupport.getInstance().init(
getApplication Context()); } }

2.Function Introduction

  • The methods provided in SDK include: Socket communication with WIFI device, MQTT connection service, disconnection, subscription topic, unsubscribe topic, post topic, log record, etc.
  • Socket communication is called by SocketService;
  • MQTT communication can be called by MokoSupport.getInstance();

2.1 SocketService

Before creating a Socket connection, you need to confirm whether the APP is connected to the WIFI of the device. Connect the default IP address 192.168.4.1, the default port number is 8266, which can be modified in SocketThread.

2.1.1 Initialization

bindService(new Intent(this, SocketService.class), mServiceConnection, BIND_AUTO_CREATE);

Start SocketService, and get the SocketService object, call mService.startSocket() to create a Socket thread, connect the device, and the thread waits for the message to be sent after the connection is successful;

2.1.2 Get connection status and response

1. Get the connection status by registering the broadcast:

Broadcast ACTION:MokoConstants.ACTION_AP_CONNECTION
Connection status:
  • Connection successful:MokoConstants.CONN_STATUS_SUCCESS
  • connecting:MokoConstants.CONN_STATUS_
    CONNECTING
  • Connection failed:MokoConstants.CONN_STATUS_FAILED
  • Connection timeout:MokoConstants.CONN_STATUS_TIMEOUT

2、Get the Socket communication response by registering the broadcast :

Broadcast ACTION:MokoConstants.ACTION_AP_SET_DATA_
RESPONSE Get a response:
DeviceResponse response = (DeviceResponse) intent.getSerializableExtra(MokoConstants.
EXTRA_AP _SET_DATA_RESPONSE);

2.1.3 Socket

Send data only accepts strings in JSON format
eg:

1、Get device information:

{
“header” : 4001
}

response:

{
“code” : 0,
“message” : “success”,
“result” : {
“header” : 4001,
“device_function” : “iot_plug”,
“device_name” : “plug_one”,
“device_specifications” : “us”,
“device_mac” : “11:22:33:44:55:66”,
“device_type” : “1”
}
}

2、 Send MQTT server information

{
“header” : 4002,
“host” : “45.32.33.42”,
“port” : 1883,
“connect_mode” : 0,
“username” : “DVES_USER”,
“password” : “DVES_PASS”,
“keepalive” : 120,
“qos” : 2,
“clean_session” :1
}
response:

{
“code” : 0,
“message” : “success”,
“result” : {
“header” : 4002
}
}

3、Send a WIFI network with a specific SSID

{
“header” : 4003,
“wifi_ssid” : “Fitpolo”,
“wifi_pwd” : “fitpolo1234.”,
“wifi_security” : 3
}

response:

{
“code” : 0,
“message” : “success”,
“result” : {
“header” : 4003
}
}

2.2 MokoSupport

2.2.1 Connect to the MQTT server

1、Create MqttAndroidClient

public void creatClient(String host, String port, String clientId, boolean tlsConnection)

public void connectMqtt(MqttConnectOptions options)
Get the creation status according to MqttCallbackHandler and receive the return data form server

2、Connect to the server

@Override
public void connectComplete(boolean reconnect, String serverURI) {

}
@Override
public void connectionLost(Throwable cause) {

}
@Override
public void messageArrived(String topic, MqttMessage message) throws Exception {

}

3、Get the connection status by registering the broadcast:

Broadcast ACTION:MokoConstants.ACTION_MQTT_CONNECTION

Connection status:

  • Connection success:MokoConstants.MQTT_CONN_STATUS_
    SUCCESS
  • Disconnect:MokoConstants.MQTT_CONN_STATUS_LOST

4、Receive the return data from server by registering the broadcast

Broadcast ACTION:MokoConstants.ACTION_MQTT_RECEIVE

Return data:

  • Return data Topic:
MokoConstants.EXTRA_MQTT_RECEIVE_
TOPIC
  • Return data Message:
MokoConstants.EXTRA_MQTT_RECEIVE_
MESSAGE

The return data is in JSON format,eg:

{
“company_name” : “moko”,
“production_date” : “201801”,
“product_model” : “plug_one”,
“firmware_version” : “000001”
“device_mac” : “11:22:33:44:55:66”
}

2.2.2 Action monitor

MQTT communication contains four kinds of Actions. To execute each Action, you need to set ActionListener to monitor the state of the Action:

public enum Action {
/**
* Connect Action
**/
CONNECT,
/**
* Subscribe Action
**/
SUBSCRIBE,
/**
* Publish Action
**/
PUBLISH,
/**
* UnSubscribe Action
**/
UNSUBSCRIBE
}

Get the Action status by registering the broadcast:

1、CONNECT

Broadcast ACTION:MokoConstants.ACTION_MQTT_CONNECTION
Connection failed:MokoConstants.MQTT_CONN_STATUS_FAILED

2、SUBSCRIBE

Broadcast ACTION:MokoConstants.ACTION_MQTT_SUBSCRIBE
Subscribe Topic:MokoConstants.EXTRA_MQTT_RECEIVE_TOPIC
Subscribe status:MokoConstants.EXTRA_MQTT_STATE

3、PUBLISH

Broadcast ACTION:MokoConstants.ACTION_MQTT_PUBLISH
Publish status:MokoConstants.EXTRA_MQTT_STATE

4、UNSUBSCRIBE

Broadcast ACTION:MokoConstants.ACTION_MQTT_UNSUBSCRIBE
Unsubscribe status:MokoConstants.EXTRA_MQTT_STATE

2.2.3 Subscribe topic

MokoSupport.getInstance().subscribe(String topic, int qos)

2.2.4 Publish information

MokoSupport.getInstance().publish(String topic, MqttMessage message)

2.2.5 Unsubscribe topic

MokoSupport.getInstance().unSubscribe(
String topic)

2.2.6 Determine whether the MQTT is connected

MokoSupport.getInstance().isConnected()

2.2.7 Disconnection

MokoSupport.getInstance().disconnectMqtt()

5.Save Log to SD Card

SDK integrates the Log saved to the SD card function, is called https://github.com/elvishew/xLoginitialization method in MokoSupport.getInstance().init(
getApplicationContext())The folder name and file name saved on the SD card can be modified.

public class LogModule {
private static final String TAG = “mokoLife”;// file name
private static final String LOG_FOLDER = “mokoLife”;// folder name

}

Storage strategy: only store the data of the day and the data of the day before , the file is suffixed with.bak

call method:

LogModule.v(“log info”);
LogModule.d(“log info”);
LogModule.i(“log info”);
LogModule.w(“log info”);
LogModule.e(“log info”);

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