So in my previous post, I showed you how to create a Demo using the MX Chip connected with a Fan. In this article lets look at how we can modify the MX Chip code so that when a command is sent from the Azure IoT Central, the MX Chip can turn on or off the fan.

If you haven’t still gone through my previous articles, I highly recommend going through them before you go any further.

  • Getting Started with Azure IoT Central – Connecting the MX Chip: Link
  • Creating an Alert in Azure IoT Central: Link
  • Let’s Blink with the MXChip: Link
  • The Fan Project: Link

 

 

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