Description: Instantly Push Meter Data to the Web!
Meter Support: v.3 and v.4 Omnimeters
Connections: Ethernet, RS-485, Power
Data: One Minute Interval Meter Data
Now supports both v.3 and v.4 Omnimeters!
We are proud to introduce an entirely new communication system with unprecedented capabilities and exceptional ease of use. It is designed to work in conjunction with our Omnimeter line of kWh meters, in order to maximize their capabilities and data readability. All you have to do is plug it in! -- the EKM Push gateway handles all of the meter communication and inserts the reads into our cloud database. Data is available seamlessly and immediately from a known, fixed location in the cloud. The data can be accessed in a number of ways but our favorite is Encompass, which is a free option. All software options, both from EKM and some from 3rd parties, are available in the Push App Store.
There is nothing like this available; whether you are metering a single cottage or an international electric car charging network with tens of thousands of metered points, we believe the EKM Push will be the backbone of the next generation of metering. It represents a whole new era for meter data communications.
Our intent is to provide our customers with FREE, seamless, and unrestricted access to their data in real time. What we are offering is the most robust and capable hardware available, with easy and and reliable access to your data. Again, this service is free, with no monthly or annual fees.
For developers who are interested in working with our Open Push API, please check out our Developer Portal.
To connect your EKM Push device to your existing wireless network, check out our Ethernet to Wifi Bridge: Available Here
More Information (recommended you go here): More About the EKM Push System
For additional information about our products and services, we encourage you to visit our online Knowledge Base, which provides spec sheets, videos, tutorials, FAQs, diagrams, and more.
Encompass.io is our free online meter management platform for monitoring and managing meters. It is designed specifically for people who are remotely reading their meters via the EKM Push system. This platform can be used to visualize usage on dashboards, visualize cost, monitor trends, group meters, and a lot more. Each meter in Encompass can also be set up to email you PDF and CSV reports that you can use to monitor you meters and/or use for billing. Here is a sample PDF report:
The EKM Widget offers another option for quickly seeing your meter data online for EKM Push users. It is also easy to save and share your Widget setting once you have it setup how you want. Here is an example:
For a full Widget example, click the link here: EKM Widget v3
The EKM Push system also supports our remote reading, EKM Dash software. Also, if you want to read your Omnimeter on a computer locally, without the EKM Push system, then this software is what you would use. You will also need an EKM Blink USB Converter in order to do so.
EKM Push Spec Sheet: EKM Push Specs
To better understand the differences between communication methods you can download our Communication Device Comparison Chart.
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Questions & AnswersExpand allCollapse allSort byMost Recent QuestionsQ:How do the Water meters send the pulse to the omnimeter? (wire or wireless)
If wireless, what's the range from the box to the meter?1 answersQ:Can this device be powered by POE(power over Ethernet)?1 answersQ:Is it possible to connect a meter directly to this unit without needing the separate readout product? For example, a strictly remote application that would not require any in person readings?1 answersQ:I would like to power the Push unit off of the Omnimeter Pulse V.4. Which ports on the Omnimeter am I able to do this from? And what is the minimum gauge wire that can be used? Thanks.1 answersQ:Do we buy a EKM Dash license for every meter?1 answersQ:Can the EKM Push upload both the consumption and generation data from a single v4 Omnimeter to PVOutput with the Push app?
Or will it just give me the nett value?
I do have separate CTs on each line.1 answersQ:Hi there, Can I set up a dashboard(s) that I control/administrate, and allow a user/tenant based access so they cannot change the settings? Can I set up different pages (addresses) for different tenants/users?1 answersQ:What are the firewall requirements for the EKM Push gateway to be able to reach the cloud database? What protocol and TCP ports need to be open outbound? Do any inbound ports need to be open?1 answersQ:Is it safe to mount the EKM push in a watertight enclosure taking into consideration that the enclosure does not allow air flow for cooling. What is the operating temperature range of the EKM push?1 answersQ:I'm planning to have the EKM Push close to the EKM Meter. Is there a maximum cable length for the ethernet cable between the EKM push and the router? Can I mount the EKM Push in the indoor enclosure or watertight enclosure EKM-EENC?1 answersQ:How much data (Bytes) is pushed up by an EKM Meter / Push combo to the EKM Cloud?
1 answersQ:Does this have to have an active internet connection? Can it be used as a stand alone logger?1 answersQ:How is this device mounted? I can not find any data sheet that shows mounting holes. I need hole locations so I can fab a mounting panel. Thanks.1 answersQ:Hi there, I am wondering does this connect anyhow to a 120-V cord as it enters the home, like an extension cord, without the second Omni-meter II?1 answersQ:I currently have an EKM gas meter installed at my cabin. I'd like to see the data pushed to the cloud, I realize if I want to push several sources of data (Gas + Electric...) I'd need to Omnimeter. I'm wondering if I just have my gas meter pulse - can it be directly hooked up to the EKM Push? Or does it require the Omnimeter to operate?1 answersQ:Im looking to use this product to submeter 5 sub panels. Can your hub hold 5 daisy chained Omnimeters?1 answersLoading...
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