(sensor -> Raspberry)
3v3 : 3v3 GND : GND SDA : SDA SCL : SCL Green LED : GPIO-17 Yellow LED : GPIO-18 Red LED : GPIO-21 (GPIO-27 if you have Raspberry PI 2 or 3)
For futher details about RPi pinout you can see here:
# apt-get update # apt-get install ntp curl wiringpi bash # curl -o galileo-terremoti_2.15_armhf.deb https://www.seismocloud.com/downloads/galileo-terremoti_2.15_armhf.deb # dpkg -i galileo-terremoti_2.15_armhf.deb
In order to activate the sensor, you need to open SeismoCloud app with a phone that is in the same Wi-Fi network of the Raspberry Pi.
Now your device is reachable, and you can use the app to see its state. Thanks 🙂
If you have a strict network policy, you may want to open these port (outgoing: from sensor to internet):
Also, DHCP should be present in LAN