devolo SMGWplus

The devolo SMGWplus is the gateway to new business models with value-added services.

  • Meets the requirements of the BSI, FNN and PTB
  • Ready for value-added services!
  • Interoperable
  • Product variants: ETH, LTE and BPL (ITU-T 9960 "G.hn")

Benefits at a glance

ADDED VALUE

The devolo SMGWplus is automatically ready for value-added services.

Ready for value-added services

Remote installation of value-added service apps possible.

Data privacy policy

Access to "regulated" data only via the interfaces defined by the BSI.

Compliant with BSI, FNN and PTB

Meets all regulatory requirements.

Incremental firmware updates

Smaller data packets, faster updating, higher availability.

Simple installation and initial use

Software tool for technicians enables quick and convenient work at the customer's location.

Bulk production

Faster scalability of production capacity in a BSI-compliant production environment.

WAN communication

IPv6 or IPv4, available with ETH, LTE module and BPL („G.hn“).

Technical data

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LMN interface (wired): RS-485 bus line (RJ12 socket), connection of meters

LMN-A interface (wireless): Wireless M-Bus in accordance with DIN EN 13757 (antenna connection FAKRA plug coding C)

HAN_CON / HAN_SRV interface: Ethernet IEEE 802.3 (RJ45 socket), 100 BaseTx, Auto MDI-X

HAN_CLS interface: Ethernet IEEE 802.3 (RJ45 socket), 100 BaseTx, Auto MDI-X

WAN-1: Ethernet IEEE 802.3 (RJ45 socket), 100 BaseTx, Auto MDI-X

WAN-A: LTE (antenna connection FAKRA plug coding D), fallback to GPRS (optional)

WAN-PLC:  Signal coupling via voltage supply (PWR socket); broadband PLC in accordance with ITU-T G.9960 (G.hn) standard

Security module: Permanently integrated and certified in accordance with BSI-CC-PP-0077

LEDs: PWR, TLS, LMC, wMT, dependent on variant: IND/LTE/BPL

Power consumption:  ETH 4 W (typ.) (+ 3.5 W for external LMN supply), LTE 5 W (typ.) (+ 3.5 W for external LMN supply), BPL 6 W (typ.) (+ 3.5 W for external LMN supply)

Operating system: Linux SE with Android

Time synchronisation: Real-time clock with 10 year power reserve, NTP over HTTPS/TLS

Voltage supply: 230 V AC single-phase L/N, tolerance +10 / -15% (overvoltage category 3)

Temperature (storage/operation): -25 °C to 70 °C / -25 °C to 55 °C

Dimensions (in mm): 4 HP; 71.6 (width) x 89.8 (height) x 62 (depth)

Ambient conditions: 10 - 90% humidity (non-condensing)

Protection class: IP30

Approvals/certifications/conformity: CE

Directive 2014/53/EU (Radio Equipment Directive)

Directive 2014/35/EU (Low Voltage Directive)

Directive 2014/30/EU (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive)

Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS Directive)

Technical guideline BSI-TR-03109 (Technical guidelines for intelligent measuring systems and their

secure operation)

Protection Profile BSI-CC-PP-0073 (Protection profile for the gateway of a smart metering system)

PTB requirements PTB-A 50.8 (Smart Meter Gateway)

Product-relevant FNN specifications

 

The devolo SMGWplus is available in three product variants for WAN communication:

  • LTE
  • BPL
  • ETH

LTE

The devolo SMGWplus LTE uses the public mobile network for smart metering communication. The LTE frequency bands 3 (1800 MHz), 7 (2600 MHz) and 20 (800 MHz) are supported. The fallback to GPRS is optional. This means that the devolo SMGWplus LTE can also use GPRS (in the 900 MHz or 1800 MHz frequency band) if required.

BPL

The devolo SMGWplus BPL uses the power grid for data communication. devolo uses modern G.hn technology for broadband communication. A robust and high-performance BPL network can be used by the network operator for smart metering including value-added services, as well as for smart grid applications.

 

ETH

The devolo SMGWplus ETH does not have an integrated WAN communication modem. Therefore it is intended for direct connection to existing communication infrastructures such as DSL, fibre optics or external communication modems.

The special design of the devolo SMGWplus for your individual business models

devolo has split up its SMGWplus into two areas: the regulated BSI area (BSI being the Federal Office for Information Security in Germany) and the area for value-added services.

In the latter, value-added service apps can be installed remotely. This allows that new business models and services can be provided later using existing infrastructure.

Application

Make the rollout profitable with the SMGWplus and modern value-added services.

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SMGW technology

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