OneMeter Gateway - Specifications¶
The OneMeter Gateway is an application that works as a system service, allowing you to collect data broadcast by OneMeter devices within Bluetooth range, and then relay the received data to the OneMeter Cloud server. The gateway works with OneMeter devices with firmware version 0.16.08 (or later).
|Distribution||Raspberry Pi OS, Raspbian Buster, Ubuntu1|
|Architecture||armhf, amd64 (x86-64)|
|Bluetooth||4.0 (or newer)|
|Internet||Stable wired or Wi-Fi connection required|
|RAM||Min. 512 MB|
Initial login credentials (system image)¶
|Host name|| |
|user name|| |
|Access point|| |
|Configuration address|| |
Currently, the gateway will not work properly on a Windows system (including Windows 10 IoT). We do not plan to provide compatibility with this system.
A rough estimation, depends on the frequency of the Internet connection failure, the number of tracked devices, and the type of broadcast data ↩
The gateway does not encrypt the data (the OneMeter device itself does), but verifies that it is in the correct form and relays it to the server in an unmodified form ↩
In order to make sure you're connecting to the right device, move away from any other access points with the same name ↩