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Gateway Introduction

DSGW-210-AWS IoT is developed based on DSGW-210. It’s with multiple protocols and edge computing functions. The gateway’s modular architecture provides the ability to customize many gateway features providing an off-the-shelf solution that meets your exact needs. It can work with AWS IoT Core service. 

Configurable List

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CPU
MORE POWERFUL
Lower power consumption and stronger performance

ACCESS
EASIER
Easily access edge computing nodes and connect to AWS cloud

LATENCY
LOWER

Edge computing capabilities enable lower latency for real-time applications

PROTOCOL
SUPPORT MORE

Zigbee, Z-WAVE, BLE, Wi-Fi,
Cellular, Ethernet, USB, etc.

Excellent Wireless Connectivity

To take advantage of updates and remote control, the DSGW-210-AWS plugs into an Ethernet port of your router or your ADSL box. But it is also equipped with Wi-Fi technology, which allows it to be placed wherever you want in your home. It is also equipped with Bluetooth 5.2 technology, which makes it directly functional with compatible Bluetooth devices. And equipped with Zigbee and Z-Wave modules.

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High Capacity Long Battery Life

The backup Li-ion battery has a capacity of 6000mAh, which has a stronger range

Support Voice Control

DSGW-210-AWS IoT can connect voice device assistants through AWS IoT Core to realize voice control of IoT devices at home.

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IoT Application Scenarios

Home automation and voice support

Home security and monitoring

Home network management

Connect and Manage Your Devices

You can easily connect devices to the cloud and other devices with AWS IoT Core, which supports HTTP, WebSockets, and MQTT (lightweight communication protocols designed to allow intermittent connectivity, minimize code footprint on the device, and reduce network bandwidth requirements). industry standards and custom protocols, and devices can communicate with each other even if they use different protocols.

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Protects Device Connections and Data

AWS IoT Core provides automatic configuration and authentication and end-to-end encryption at all connection points for devices connecting to AWS IoT Core for the first time, so data is never exchanged between devices and AWS IoT Core without authenticating their identity. In addition, you can protect access to devices and applications by applying policies with detailed permissions.

Read and Set Device Status at Any Time

AWS IoT Core can store the latest state of a connected device, which in turn can be read (even if it's disconnected) or set at any time so that the device appears to be always online to your application.

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Processes Device Data and Performs Operations on It

With AWS IoT Core, users can quickly filter and transform device data and perform actions on it according to the business rules they define. Users can update rules at any time to implement new device and application features. Even for more powerful IoT applications, users can easily use AWS Lambda, Amazon Kinesis, Amazon S3, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon CloudWatch, and Amazon Elasticsearch Service with AWS IoT Core AWS services such as.

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Cost-effective Way to Scale to Hundreds of Millions of Alexa Built-in Devices

The AWS IoT Core Alexa Voice Service (AVS) integration introduces a new virtual Alexa built-in device that sits in the cloud. To use the AVS integration, users need to use a new set of reserved AWS IoT MQTT topics to transfer MQTT-based audio messages between devices connected to AWS IoT Core and the new virtual Alexa built-in devices. This allows users to send and receive audio messages, interact with device microphones and speakers, and manage device-side states while using the same secure IoT Core connection through reserved MQTT topics.