The ReMoni platform uses wireless communication of data to and from sensors. The gateway is routing data from sensors to ReCalc, and parameter settings from ReCalc to the sensors.
Download the datasheet on wireless communication here.
The ReMoni gateway is routing data from sensors to ReCalc, and parameter settings from ReCalc to the sensors. The gateway can receive data from up to 500 sensors. When more gateways are used, they will distribute the signals from the sensors themselves.
If multiple gateways are used, it will make the system redundant – meaning that repetitions in the communication is validating the data – and thereby even more robust.
The icons below indicate that the gateway can transmit measuring data to our ReCalc platform by using LAN, WiFi or mobile data.
Download the gateway datasheetsupportind more information about alarm modules, user interface (UI), API, etc. at our ReCalc page.
With GateWayWM-Bus, measurement data from compatible Wireless M-Bus sensors can easily be stored in the ReMonis cloud solution ReCalc, so the data is always at hand.
All measurement data is monitored by ReCalc’s intelligent alarms that notify if it finds something out of the norm. At the same time, data from ReMonis other sensors can easily be combined. In other words, one step closer to a complete overview.
ReMonis Repeater extends the range of our sensor network by building a bridge between a GateWay and sensors. This is a low-cost solution for expanding the sensor network, as potentially only one GateWay needs to be installed per location and then only Repeaters to cover all installed sensors. The GateWay can then also be placed optimally to obtain a stable internet connection (WIFI, 3G/4G).
With SolarGateWay, our sensors can be installed in remote locations as it is powered by solar cells. The SolarGateWay can be installed in urban environments without the use of a standard 230V power supply, increasing the flexibility of installations. Equipped with its built-in modem and power supply, SolarGateWay can be installed wherever it is necessary, as long as the solar cell is properly placed and can power the SolarGateWay.
Estimated installation time: 10 minutes.