DSGW-210-Node-RED is developed on the basis of DSGW-210. It features multiple protocols and edge computing capabilities. It installs Node-RED, which provides a graphical, browser-based drag-and-drop Node-RED stream editor that allows you to easily connect hardware devices to various IoT services.
Hardware Block Diagram
Lower power consumption and stronger performance
Easily access edge computing
nodes and connect to cloud
Visualization, drag and drop directly
in the browser to create flow
Zigbee, Z-WAVE, BLE, Wi-Fi,
Cellular, Ethernet, USB, etc.
Easier Access To Devices
The IoT Edge Computing feature provides multiple communication protocols that allow devices to easily access edge computing nodes and be aggregated to the cloud platform through processing at the edge nodes.
Simple And Powerful
Process Drag And Drop
Node-Red provides a web-based visual programming environment. Programming is achieved by dragging and dropping defined nodes into the workspace and creating data streams with nodes connected by lines. Save and execute with a single click by clicking the 'Deploy' button. Makes it easy to connect complex devices, APIs, and server behaviors
Support More Wireless Protocols
Wireless protocol include Cellular, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB, ZigBee, Z-wave.
With over 225,000 modules in Node's package repository, it's easy to extend the scope of panel nodes to add new features. And programs are saved in JSON string format for easy sharing and modification
Support Voice Control
DSGW-210-Node-RED can connect voice device assistant through AWS Cloud Platform to realize voice control of IoT devices at home.
Long Battery Life
The backup Li-ion battery has a capacity of 4100mAh, which has a stronger range
Open-source & Visualization Node-RED
Node-RED is an open source visual IoT orchestration tool based on Node. js that provides a browser-based editor to easily connect devices, servers, and API applications using various nodes in the panel. Node-RED is built on Node.js, taking full advantage of its event-driven, non-blocking model. This makes it ideal for running at the edge of the network in low-cost hardware as well as in the cloud.