The energy gateway is a central device for assessing energy consumption (electricity, water, gas, heating).
The Energy Gateway receives data in the following ways:
a) Pulse inputs (2 inputs) for direct connection to 50 meter outputs
b) Wireless RFTM-1 converters (up to 8 pcs), which read pulses from meters, either directly (outputs S0) or by scanning measurement indicators (dial, flashing LED, magnetic tag and wirelessly transmits them to RFPM2M. Suitable probes (LS, WS, MS) are used, which are part of the RFTM-1 off er.
c) Through current transformers CT-50 (up to 3 inputs), through which the phase conductors are passed.
d) Potential-free contact of the tariff (2 inputs = 4 tariff s).
Connection to the data network is made by means of LAN Ethernet connector or wirelessly via a Wi-Fi network.
Monitored data is stored on internal memory storage.
By means of the application iHC and cloud connection, it is possible to maintain online access to data and monitoring history.
Possibility to set the response to the set level - closes the relay.
The power supply of the device is provided from the monitored phase L1.
Range up to 100 m (in open space), if the signal between the controller and the user is weak, use the signal repeater RFRP-20 or protocol component RFIO2 that support this feature.
Communication frequency with bidirectional protocol RFIO.
3-module design, mounted on a DIN rail into the switchboard
Currently available only for Android -> iOS is in preparation
Supply/measured voltage: 230 V AC / 50-60 Hz, 1f / 3f +N
Frequency: 866–922 MHz
Range: in open space up to 100 m
Wi-Fi mode: AP Bridge / AP LAN / Client
Current measuring coil: max. 50 A (current transformer CT50)