Ethernet Tag Manager Product

Ethernet Tag Manager Specification

Ethernet Tag Manager Specs - Wireless Tag Australia
Size and weight
  • Height: 0.89 inch (22 mm)
  • Width: 2.15 inch (55 mm)
  • Depth: 1.88 inch (48 mm)
  • Weight: 1.9 oz (55 g) w/o AC adapter
Connects Up to 40 of any combinations of:
  • Motion/Temperature sensor tags (all variants)
  • Water/Moisture/Temperature sensor
  • PIR KumoSensor
  • Reed KumoSensor
Ethernet port
  • 10Base-T
  • Requires DHCP server (Most routers/modems typically support DHCP)
  • Firewall must allow outgoing HTTP (port 80) and port 6667 connection
AC adapter
  • 100V~240V input 50/60Hz
  • US, EU or UK type depending on shipping address
  • 5V output
  • 300mA max current
  • Not included in "Body Only"
User interface
  • Web
  • iPhone/iPad App (Free)
  • Android App (Free)
Notification
  • Email
  • Twitter
  • Apple Push Notification service on iPhone/iPad
  • Push notification on Android devices
  • 12 kinds of IFTTT triggers
Bandwidth requirements
  • 660 byte upload (TX) per event (typical)
  • 401 byte download (RX) per event (typical)
  • "event" refers to motion events and each logged temperature data point (occurs at your configured auto-update interval)
  • 601 byte upload (TX) and 402 byte download (RX) per tag manager ping (once every 5 minutes)
Indicator lights

     Error light. Flashes when trying to configure itself to connect to the Internet (when acquiring IP address through DHCP). Rapidly flashes when trying to connect to web service.

 Connected light. Lights up when connected to the cloud based web service.

    Update light. Flashes when forwarding a Wireless Sensor Tag reading to the web service.

    Login light. Lights up when connection is temporarily interrupted (when trying to re-connect to the web service)

 Radio light. Gradually ramps up and down when radio is ready to receive sensor tag readings. Becomes solid when radio is transmitting a command to Wireless sensor tags.


FCCID: ZGW04. FCC Compliance Statement: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.

Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
  • (1) this device may not cause harmful interference
  • (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Caution: Any changes or modification cautions to this device not explicitly approved by manufacturer could void your authority to operate this equipment.