Ethernet gateways allow your wireless sensors to communicate with the online wireless sensor monitoring and notification system without the need for a PC. Simply provide power and plug the gateway into an open Ethernet network port with an Internet connection. It will then automatically connect to our online servers, providing the ideal solution for commercial sites with an active internet connection.
The Power over Ethernet option includes modified gateway hardware that allows it to be powered through the Ethernet port. Does not include POE power injector.
* If you plan to use an alternative interface to sensors other than (Modbus TCP, SNMP, direct transmission of data from the gateway to the local server or to a third-party server, the purchase of an unlock code will allow free roaming of computers). hardware data.
What's in the box?
Ethernet Gateway Quick Start Guide
RP SMA antenna
Ethernet Gateway Specifications
10/100 Ethernet controller
Compliance with IEEE standards
802.3 - 2002
Full and Half-Duplex
Automatic MDI / MDI-X
DHCP, DNS, NTP, UDP, TCP, SNMP, TCP Modbus
Input current (no loading)
5,0 VDC @ 1A
Connectivity, server, network status
Up to 50 sensor messages; varies depending on the type of sensor. (Sensor messages will be stored in the event of an internet failure and transferred once the connection is reestablished)
Commercial Gateway Specifications
Internet connectivity status, Server status, Sensor network status
-20 to + 60 ° C (-4 to 140 ° F)
+5 to + 45 ° C (41 to 113 ° F)
15 sensor messages (sensor messages will be stored in the event of an Internet outage and forwarded when the connection is restored)
868 MHz specifications
Frequency of operation
Operating frequency 868 MHz
CE certified. Tested and found to comply: EN 300 220-2 V3.1.1 (2017-02), EN 300 220-2 V3.1.1 (2017-02) and EN 60950.