PCR2 Application Payload Description for PCR2-IN/OD/R/T

All PCR2 devices are sending the Configuration Payload once at power up followed by regular Application Payloads.

PCR2 is sending 9 bytes of hex encoded data on port 14 after interval time expired or after a trigger event (trigger mode only).

Important! Always check for port 14 prior to decoding an application payload.

0A ltr 16 rtl 01 temp
LTR ID Objects counted left-to-right RTL ID Objects counted right-to-left TEMP ID CPU Temperature
0A 0000…FFFF
(0…‭65535‬)
16 0000…FFFF
(0…‭65535‬)
01 F000…0FFF

Directly after a join, the device is sending a configuration payload once using port 190.

Important! Always check for port 190 prior to decoding a configuration payload.

type firmware mode ptype confirmed interval lci hold sens
Device Type Firmware Version Operation Mode Payload Type Confirmed Uplinks Measurement Interval LinkCheck Interval Hold Off Time Radar Sensitivity
00…03 030002 = V3.0.2 00…02 00 = Parametric
01 = CayenneLP
00 = disabled
01 = enabled
0000…05A0
(0…1440 min)
0000…05A0
(0…1440 min)
0000…0258
(0…600 s)
00…64
(0…100 %)

You can remotely configure your PCR2 device by sending (downlink) a payload on port 190. Payload format is the same as the configuration uplink but first 3 bytes are ignored.

type firmware mode ptype confirmed interval lci hold sens
ignored ignored ignored Payload Type Confirmed Uplinks Measurement Interval LinkCheck Interval Hold Off Time Radar Sensitivity
00 00 00 00 = Parametric
01 = CayenneLP
00 = disabled
01 = enabled
0000…05A0
(0…1440 min)
0000…05A0
(0…1440 min)
0000…0258
(0…600 s)
00…64
(0…100 %)

As PCR2 are LoRaWAN class A devices this configuration payload will be sent as response to an application uplink.