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Connecting an Omega2 Board

Follow the instructions below to connect your device to the Cloud4RPi control panel.


Install/update the required packages.

opkg update
opkg install wget python3 python3-pip
pip3 install --upgrade setuptools pip

You can use alternative methods to install pip.


The Cloud4RPi library is compatible with Python 3.2+ and Python 2.7.9+ versions.

Getting the Cloud4RPi Client Library

Install the library using your preferred Python version. The following command installs and integrates Cloud4RPi with your OS's default Python interpreter (usually Python 3):

pip3 install cloud4rpi

Hacking Together some Code

We have prepared sample code for several platforms in the cloud4rpi-omega2-python repository to demonstrate sending data to the Cloud.

Get Cloud4RPi examples for your device:

mkdir cloud4rpi-omega2-python && cd cloud4rpi-omega2-python
wget "$repo/" "$repo/"


You can install git if your board has sufficient memory and you prefer using it, and clone this repository with the following command: opkg install git git-http ca-bundle && git clone && cd cloud4rpi-omega2-python

Before running a sample (, remember to replace the __YOUR_DEVICE_TOKEN__ string with your real device token. Use a text editor (for instance, vim) to replace __YOUR_DEVICE_TOKEN__ with the token displayed at the top of the device page on If you have no token yet, open the Devices page, create a device using the New Device button in the top right corner, and use its token.


Execute the script with a Python interpreter, for example:



If you have installed Cloud4RPi to a non-default Python, use the version with the Cloud4RPi library.

If the script output looks right, open the Devices page to see if the device status has changed.