- Uplink data transfer: LTE cat1/LTE catM1 and Ethernet;
- Downlink device connectivity: EnOcean/BLE 5/Matter/Zigbee;
- CPU: Quad-core Cortex A53;
- Storage: RAM 1GB; eMMC 8GB;
- Backup Li Battery: 6000mAh (last 12 hours);
- Support 5V USB type-c power supply;
- One WAN/LAN variable network port;
- RGBs indicator ring;
- Support USB2.0.
|Power Supply||USB type-C 5V/3A|
|Reset button||The reset button is hole button, After pressing the reset button for more than 5 |
seconds, the Locator will be restored to the factory settings.
|Button||Software custom button|
|SD card||Up to 128GB SD card|
|Indicator LEDs||RGB indicator ring|
|Li battery||6000mAh (last 12 hours)|
|Antenna||External antenna (SMA connector)|
|RTC||Real Time Clock operated from on board battery|
|Cooling||Heat dissipation silicone/aluminum|
The DSGW-210E gateway creates a connection between networks or systems and EnOcean wireless devices. It translates the word of switches, lights, and blinds into the word of people, user interfaces, and cloud applications in smart home scenarios. In other words, in order to provide remote network control, it translates EnOcean-Radio Communication (Energy Harvesting Wireless Technology) into various IP-worlds via Wi-Fi, LTE 4G, or Ethernet ports.
In addition to connectivity alone, an EnOcean Gateway can include capabilities like data logging, data analytics, and system integration. Regarding security, it uses the EnOcean wireless radio protocol to receive signals from sensors that are secure AES-128 bit encrypted.
Energy Consumption Monitoring
IoT PLC Controller
Smart Home Automation
What is EnOcean protocol?
Ultra-low Power: the minimum telegram length sent is only about one millisecond at a data rate of 125kbit/s. The telegrams are repeated several times within 40 milliseconds.
Short-range Transmission: the radio range is up to 300 metres in open space and about 30 metres in buildings.<brLow-cost maintenance: license-free 868 MHz and 902 MHz frequency bands with 1% duty cycle. Less interference, long battery life.
data from: EnOcean Alliance
EnOcean is a very well-liked choice for manufacturers of IoT devices due to its high interoperability (open industry standard), connectivity, range, and security.
How Does EnOcean Work?
The EnOcean technology primarily draws its power from motion, light, and temperature variations. An electro-dynamic energy converter uses kinetic motion to complete the process. Heat can be used as an energy source when a Peltier element and DC/DC converter are used together. These meager energy harvests are sufficient for wireless signal transmission and reception as well as the operation of several maintenance-free sensor solutions.
How does EnOcean work in Europe at?
868 MHz for the European Union according to CE/RED regulations and the UK according to UK/CA regulation.
What is the range of EnOcean?
Short range with an indoor range of 30 to 100 feet in line of sight. EnOcean Wireless Standard operates at frequencies below 1GHz. Compared to 2.4 GHz transmissions, these waves will reflect less within a building and will go deeper. IoT devices can benefit especially from this. The 868 MHz frequency, one of the bands used by EnOcean, typically offers more dependable signal delivery.
Is DSGW-210E EnOcean gateway compatible with other 3rd-party software?
DSGW-210E is pre-installed OpenHAB for automatically scanning your network for known devices and allow you to easily set them up. You can seek for more info at OpenHAB official website for EnOcean Binding.
Is it possible to flash our software on DSGW-210E EnOcean gateway?
Yes, it is possible to flash your software on the gateway. Our DSGW-210E EnOcean gateway is a edge computing gateway with robust CPU and sfficient storage to enable users in-stall their software in it.