OneMeter Gateway allows you to collect the recent data read from the meter and advertised by OneMeter devices in a Bluetooth range and then transfers the received data to the OneMeter Cloud server. Your meter readings will reach the cloud within a couple of seconds.
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Become acquainted with Features. Next check compatible devices on which you can install the gateway. Depending on your preference, click the relevant installation method below to go to the instruction.
The most important features of the application:
- transmit current readings from multiple OneMeter devices to the server,
- analogous operation to Gateway mode available in the mobile application,
- local storage of data in case of lack of internet or server connection,
- continuous 24/7 operation.
|tracked devices||20 (or more)|
|data set||OBIS codes from last readout|
|local data backup||50 days (one device)|
|data update delay||a few seconds (since reception)|
|range||10/50 m (inside/outside)|
|data security||encrypted & signed (AES-128 protocol)|
|additional features||automatic reconnection to server and Bluetooth restart|
The below information is needed for System image configuration.
|Host name|| |
|User name|| |
|Access point|| |
|Configuration address|| |
In order to make sure you connect to the right device, temporarily move the Gateway away from other access points with the same name in the neighborhood.
OneMeter Gateway is an application that works as a system service in your computer. The Gateway is compatible with OneMeter devices with firmware version 0.16.08 (or later).
|Distribution||Raspberry Pi OS, Ubuntu, ArchLinux|
|Architecture||armhf, amd64 (x86-64)|
|Bluetooth||4.0 (or newer)|
|Internet||Stable wired or Wi-Fi connection required|
|RAM||Min. 512 MB|
|Tracked devices||10 (or more)|
|Data transmission||10 MB/day|
|Readings memory||10 MB/day (local readings memory)|
|Application size||Below 1 MB|
|Communication||Bluetooth, TCP/IP, MQTT 5|