The MonnitLink Ethernet gateway allows your Monnit Wireless Sensors
to communicate with the iMonnit Online Wireless Sensor Monitoring
and Notification System without the need for a PC. Simply plug this
device into any open network port with internet connection and it
will automatically connect with our online servers. The device will
buffer up to 16,000 sensor data messages in on-board memory in the
event of an internet connection interruption. When internet
communication is re-established the sensor data will download to the
iMonnit online system.
Data Capturing Options
Data collected by the Ethernet Gateway from the sensors in the
network can be accessed when these interfaces are turned on.
Multiple interfaces can be active at the same time. All interfaces
require that the Ethernet gateway be set to a Static IP address. (By
default, the unit uses DHCP).
SNMP Poll and Trap Interface
Use SNMP software to pull in gateway and sensor data. Monnit
provides a .MIB file.
MODBUS TCP Interface
Use MODBUS TCP software to pull in gateway and sensor data. Monnit
provides a register map.
Real Time TCP Interface
Poll on the gateway’s assigned port to retrieve gateway and sensor
- 900 MHz Operating Frequency
- 139.85 x 101.75 x 34.95 mm
- -10 to +70 °C (14 to +158 °F)
- 16,000 sensor messages (Sensor messages will be stored in the
event of Internet outage and transferred when connection is
- FCC and IC certified.
- AC power supply
- Existing Internet connection required
- No PC required for operation
- Real time TCP interface
- SNMP poll and trap interface
- MODBUS TCP interface