The SWAN2 is battery operated gateway and directly links up to 250 (SWAN2-C) wireless M-Bus devices to the cellular network using the new LTE Cat-NB1 technology.
The device is configured via the NFC interface. WEPTECH provides an Android application for this. This app also allows an update of the firmware of the device. In addition to that there is the option for remote configuration and Firmware-Update-Over-The-Air.
The wireless M-Bus interface (radio standard according to DIN EN 13757-4) works with 868 MHz and supports modes S, T and C as well as frame formats A and B. The gateway supports LTE bands 3, 8 and 20 as well as the protocols UDP, HTTP/S and LwM2M.
The device will switch to receive mode at adjustable intervals. The incoming wireless M-Bus meter telegrams are stored in a non-volatile memory. Following this or at configurable times, the data is sent via LTE Cat-NB1 mobile radio to the previously selected server.
Find here the useful resources:
|Refer to WEPTECH directly
|Configurator app (available on Android) - WEPTECH NFC Configurator
The imei can be found on the top cover of the device, please register the device in your iotcreators project before attempting to connect the device to the network, otherwise it will be blacklisted for 10 minutes.
Register the device
To open the device, just unscrew the screws on the bottom, and the device will expose the motherboard.
To mount the sim card into the sim card tray, just lift the metal cover and place the sim card in it.
The device can be powered by just short-circuiting the power jumper as in the below photo.
To connect the device to a smartphone, download the WEPTECH NFC configurator, click on "Tap device" and get the smartphone close to the nfc antenna.
Once the device has been recognized, tap on the red lock to unlock the device, and input password 0123.
With the nfc cnfigurator, it is possible to configure anything related to the device.
Tap on the configuration tab, in the "Mobile network" section set up the relant network parameters such as the APN, the plnm id and band. You can exclude the band that are not supported in your area to make the network connection faster.
APN info: IoT Configuration Parameter
PLNM ID info: Roaming Network Info
The APN must be set accordingly to your sim card.
Set the protocol to UDP, and the address to the iotcreators UDP protocol.
Info about these values here: IoT Configuration Parameter
The device will automatically send data at the specified intervals of time.
The uplinks contain wM-bus frames. You can decode them with a wm-bus decoder. (coming soon)
To forward data to your application endpoint, you can follow the user guide here:
Updated 8 months ago