AWS IoT 1-Click
Developer Guide

AWS IoT Enterprise Button User Guide

The AWS IoT Enterprise Button is a simple and easy to configure Wi-Fi-based button. It is designed for enterprises and developers to easily integrate with existing business workflows and systems using the AWS IoT 1-Click service.

The AWS IoT Enterprise Button supports three types of clicks:

  • Single

  • Double

  • Long press

To function correctly, you must configure the button's Wi-Fi connection using the AWS IoT 1-Click mobile app (iOS or Android). After the connection is configured and claimed through the mobile app or console, the button should be flashing solid green when a single, double, or long press click occurs.

If you suspect there is an issue with the button after completing the button configuration, use the information in this table to help you troubleshoot:

Color

Status

Recommendation

Blinking white

Connecting to Wi-Fi, obtaining IP address, or connecting to AWS IoT.

N/A

Solid green

Successfully connected to Wi-Fi and published a message to AWS IoT.

N/A

Blinking blue

Button is in configuration mode.

Wait for process to complete.

Solid orange

Wi-Fi not configured.

Configure Wi-Fi using the AWS IoT 1-Click mobile app.

Red: short, short, short

There was an error connecting to the configured wireless network.

Check if any network settings have changed or if the button is too far away from the Wi-Fi router.

Red: short, short, long

There was an error obtaining an IP address from the wireless network.

Check for wireless network issues.

Red: short, long, short

There was an error performing a host name lookup.

Check for wireless network issues.

Red: short, long, long

Cannot connect to AWS IoT.

Check for wireless network issues. If no network issues exist and the problem persists, contact AWS Support Center and provide the device serial number (DSN). You'll find it on the back of the button.

Red: long, short, short

Cannot establish a secure connection with the server.

Check your certificate in case it's invalid or try to upload a new certificate, and then test again.

Red: long, short, long

Received an HTTP 403 forbidden error.

Contact the AWS Support Center and provide the DSN. You'll find it on the back of the button.