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Smart Meter WiFi Gateway

without display

€44,95 €39,95

Smart Meter WiFi Gateway

with display

€59,95

Smart Meter Gateway

without display

€44,95 €39,95

Smart Meter Gateway

with display

€59,95

Insight into energy consumption and production!

The Smart Meter WiFi Gateway is an energy manager which allows you to see your energy consumption and what your solar panels are producing. Discover standby consumption and see what your car’s charging station is using.

By connecting the Smart Meter WiFi Gateway to your home automation solution, you can immediately see where you can save money.

Read your smart meter with the Smart Meter WiFi gateway!

Works on all smart meters

The Smart Meter WiFi Gateway works on all smart meters in:

  • Netherlands
  • Belgium
  • Sweden
  • Denmark
  • Finland and
  • Hungary

Click here for a list of supported meters

Developed for home automation!

The Smart Meter WiFi gateway is specifically designed to be used with a wide variety of home automation systems such as:

  • Home Assistant
  • Domoticz
  • Homey using our Smart Gateways App
  • DSMR-Reader
  • OpenHAB
  • P1 monitor
  • Fibaro
  • Grafana with InfluxDb and Mosquitto
  • …And numerous other choises

Step-by-step tutorials are available on our support page making linking quick and easy.

But also without home automation via Kubowatt

If you don’t have home automation and still want to read your smart meter, subscribe to Kubowatt. For less than two tens a year!

Using the online dashboard, you can make your energy consumption and solar panel output transparent with clear graphs. These display electricity consumption by day, week, month and year in a nice dashboard. You will also see what your current energy consumption or feed-in is. This way you quickly track large consumers and save energy.

No power supply required

The Smart Meter WiFi Gateway does not require power when used with almost all meters in the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Hungary.

Only older meters with a DSMR version of 4 or lower require the (optional) power supply. The DSMR version is always found on the smart meter. A list of smart meters can be found on our support page. Here you can see if you need an optional power supply and which firmware to use.

Gas usage is also monitored

Most gas meters are linked to the smart electricity meter. So the Smart Meter WiFi Gateway also gives you insight in gas consumption!

If you still have an old (intermediate) gas meter, also check out our Smart Gas Meter Gateway.

and water consumption!

(in Belgium only)

In Belgium, Fluvius has started a pilot for installing smart water meters. These are placed on a small scale. This makes it possible to also read water consumption with the smart meter gateway. Smart water meters are often identified by a digital display.

There are no plans to roll out smart water meters in the Netherlands or other countries. Our Energy Dashboard shows water usage if a smart water meter is paired with the smart meter.

Internal Web Server

The Smart Meter Gateway has an internal Web server with a portal showing current energy consumption and production.

The firmware can be easily updated or converted for use with other types of Smart Meters by using the firmware menu of the gateway.

Settings can be easily adjusted and the status of the gateway is visible at a glance.

*NOTE: This dashboard is for experienced users of Home Assistant. So you need knowledge of configuring yaml files, installing plugins and are able to troubleshoot issues. There is no support on this instruction. If you can’t figure it out, try solving it yourself or use the Home Assistant Energy Dashboard.

Energy Dashboard

Exclusively for Smart Gateways users!

The Smart Gateways Energy Dashboard for Home Assistant.

This dashboard shows in one overview all the data from the smart meter. Even the current and voltage per phase is visible. Because the gateway, unlike other solutions, makes all data from the meter available, it can be displayed by our dashboard.

This provides even better insight, allowing users to be more energy conscious.

For example, turn on a water heater with our smart plugs at times when solar panels are feeding back. This can provide energy savings.

*The available meter readings vary by meter type, the dashboard is now available. The dashboard complements Home Assistant’s existing energy dashboard.

Smart meter reading via MQTT

MQTT is a protocol developed specifically to transfer data from IoT devices as efficiently as possible. The gateway provides support for MQTT. This makes it possible to transmit data from the smart meter over the Internet.

MQTT-TLS (Secure connection).

The gateway can send data from the smart meter over the Internet via a secure connection using TLS. This also makes the gateway interesting for companies that want to offer energy consumption to their customers via a cloud service.

Remote Firmware Update

If a new firmware update is released, the gateway can be updated remotely. Thus, an on-site visit for an update is not necessary.

*Available meter readings vary by meter type

Smart meter reading via REST API (JSON)

The gateway has an internal web server on which all available data from the smart meter is made available. The data is provided in JSON format.

By referring home automation software to this api, the smart meter can be connected to an unlimited number of types of home automation. This makes the gateway future-proof, even if you want to switch to other software.

*Available meter readings vary by meter type

Reading smart meters via Telnet

The gateway has a built-in telnet server. This server offers the raw data from the smart meter. This makes it possible to convert the data from the smart meter into usable data yourself.

The gateway supports up to 5 simultaneous telnet sessions. This makes it possible to use different home automation packages such as DSMR Reader, Home Assistand Domoticz side by side. Ideal for users who want to slowly migrate to other home automation software or read the smart meter with multiple systems simultaneously.

Extensive manuals available

New manuals become available regularly. Please refer to the following links for the manuals

Check out our support page for detailed manuals

Smart Meter WiFi Gateway

without display

€44,95 €39,95

Smart Meter WiFi Gateway

with display

€59,95

Smart Meter Gateway

without display

€44,95 €39,95

Smart Meter Gateway

with display

€59,95

Frequently asked questions…

Can I read the smart meter with an app?

The smart meter can be read with an app. This requires the smart meter gateway with home automation software of your choice such as Home Assistant, Domoticz, DSMR-Reader, Homey, OpenHAB, Grafana or P1 monitor. Most home automation software also offers app for iPhone (IOS) or Android. This allows the smart meter to be read via the Internet, remotely via a cell phone. Take a look at our support page for manuals.

Can I also read the smart meter without additional software or hardware?

Yes that is possible. On the internal web server you can see the current consumption or solar production. It refreshes every 10 seconds. However, no historical records are kept.

Is reading the smart meter free?

Reading the smart meter is free. Energy suppliers do not charge for this.

How can I read my smart meter?

A smart meter can be read through the P1 port. This is a 6-pin port similar to an old-fashioned telephone jack. The smart meter gateway comes with a 50cm cable that fits into this port.

How do I activate the P1 port of the Smart Meter? (For Belgium only)

It is necessary to open and activate the P1 port of your electricity meter so that Smart Meter WiFi gateway can read your consumption data for electricity and natural gas. Indeed, through your electricity meter, the gateway reads your consumption data for both electricity and natural gas. Moreover, as long as the P1 port is not open and active, it cannot power your meter module and the gateway will not start. To activate your P1 port, go to the Fluvius website.

Can I also see what my solar panels are feeding back through the smart meter?

Through the P1 port, the smart meter also provides the data that shows the feed-in from solar panels. However, this is net consumption or net feed-in. This means that the energy your panels generate is subtracted from the energy you use in your home. In the case of a three-phase connection, there may even be consumption on one phase and supply on the other two phases. Suppliers of solar panels these days also often provide an app that allows the real yield to be tracked. Only the combination of the Smart Meter WiFi Gateway with the solar panels’ app gives a total picture of energy consumption and yield.

Can I also read gas consumption through the smart meter?

Most gas meters in the Netherlands and Belgium are linked to the smart meter. This is done with new meters via a wireless connection. With old meters, there is often a cable between the two meters. This makes it possible to also read natural gas consumption with the smart meter gateway. Smart gas meters are often identified by a digital display. If your gas meter is not yet smart, you may be able to make it smart with our Smart Gas Meter WiFi Gateway.

Can I also read the water consumption through the smart meter?

In Belgium, Fluvius has started a pilot for installing smart water meters. These are placed on a small scale. This is done with new meters via a wireless connection. This makes it possible to also read water consumption with the smart meter gateway. Smart water meters are often identified by a digital display. If your water meter is not yet smart, you may be able to make it smart with our Smart Water Meter Gateway. This only applies to Belgium. There are no plans to roll out smart water meters in the Netherlands. The comprehensive Energy Dashboard shows water consumption if a smart water meter is paired with the smart meter.

I can see the electricity consumption, why can’t I see my gas consumption yet?

Smart gas meters usually transmit gas consumption to the smart meter once an hour. With new gas meters, this is sometimes every 10 minutes. So it may take some time for the gas consumption to be transmitted by the Smart Meter WiFi gateway. So be patient, the gas consumption will appear automatically.

Can I connect multiple devices to the P1 port of the smart meter?

Multiple devices can be connected to the P1 port of the smart meter. Sometimes an electric car charging station also comes with a P1 gateway that allows the charging station to charge smartly. In this case, choose the optional P1 Splitter to connect both gateways. When using a splitter, both gateways should be powered separately.

How much power does the P1 port of the smart meter supply?

The current supplied by the P1 port depends on the DSMR version. Old meters with DSMR2 do not supply power. Meters of version DSMR4 deliver 100mA and meters of version DSMR5 deliver 250mA.

Do I need a power supply for the smart meter wifi gateway?

The smart meter wifi gateway uses about 40mA with peaks of 200mA. This means that the gateway works without external power only at meters of DSMR5. Thus, older meters of DSMR version 2 and 4 require the optionally available power supply. Meters in Belgium, Sweden and Luxembourg all provide enough power to run the gateway without a power supply.

How do I recognize the DSMR version of my smart meter?

The DSMR version is usually on the smart meter. In some cases, the manufacturer has chosen to call the version ESMR or SMR. This does not matter to the gateway. The number after DSMR, ESMR or SMR determines the final version when selecting the correct meter when ordering.

How can I change the firmware of the Smart Meter WiFi gateway?

There are a number of different firmware versions for the Smart Meter WiFi Gateway:

  • Netherlands – DSMR 2
  • Netherlands – All other meters (versions 4 and 5)
  • Belgium – All types of smart meters (SMR 5)
  • Sweden – All types of smart meters (SMR 5)
  • Hungary – All types of smart meters (SMR 5)

If you want to change the firmware of your Smart Meter WiFi gateway because you have moved, for example, you can easily do this yourself via the gateway’s built-in firmware menu. Installation takes about a minute or two. After that, the gateway can be used on another type of smart meter.

What is the difference between a P1 dongle, Smart Reader and the Smart Meter Wifi Gateway?

The Smart Meter WiFi Gateway should not be confused with a P1 dongle or Smart Reader. Be sure to use the original gateway from Smart Gateways. Only this gateway works with all home automation software and offers all the functionalities described above. Where other products focus on one type of home automation software , the Smart Meter WiFi Gateway supports them all!

Can I use the Smart Meter WiFi gateway without an Internet connection?

The Smart Meter WiFi Gateway can be used without an Internet connection. All options are retained. The gateway checks for a firmware update every hour. If this is not possible because the Internet connection is down for a while, or you have blocked Internet access for security reasons, the gateway just keeps working. By the way, we do recommend that you still connect the gateway to the Internet from time to time. That way you can be sure you are using the latest firmware.

How do I know if a new firmware is available for the Smart Meter WiFi Gateway?

The gateway checks for new firmware every hour. If so, the blue LED on the gateway will flash rapidly. You can also see the installed firmware version and available firmware via MQTT or the Web server API. If a major firmware update becomes available we will notify users via email. For minor updates, we will notify you via the firmware changelog on the support page. The changes of each update are also described here.

How can I update the Smart Meter WiFi Gateway firmware?

You can, if a new firmware is available, update the firmware by briefly pressing the button on the gateway. If you linked the gateway via MQTT then you can publish “yes” to the topic “/dsmr/smart_gateways/install_update” without quotes. If you use the Smart Meter dashboard within Home Assistant, you can also update the firmware of the Smart Meter WiFi Gateway through the dashboard.

How can I read my smart meter with Home Assistant?

The smart meter can be easily read with Home Assistant. The new Energy Dashboard is supported by default. Take a look at our support page for the step by step guide.

How can I read my smart meter with Homey?

The smart meter can be easily read with Homey. To do this, install our Smart Gateways app for Homey. Take a look at our support page for the step by step guide. Through the Homey app, our Water Meter Gateway, Gas Meter Gateway and WarmteNet for District Heating with WarmteLink can also be read. So we have a wide range of products to map energy consumption!

How can I read my smart meter with Domoticz?

The Smart Meter can be read via the Smart Meter WiFi Gateway with Domoticz. This can be done via a telnet connection. This can be configured in a few simple steps. The manual for this can be found on our support page.

Can I still read my own meters on a smart meter?

Yes, you can. Both the gas and electricity meters allow you to read your readings from the display. Exactly like the traditional meter. Need help reading your meter? If so, read the manual for the smart meter installed on your premises. This is available from your grid operator.

I do not have a smart meter and want to change it for a smart meter

Network operators offer a one-time free smart meter to anyone with a home connection. If a smart meter is installed, the grid operator chooses the brand and meter type. This takes into account the connection, the situation and technical (im)possibilities. This is because it matters whether you use a lot or little energy and whether you have a solar panel installation. If you want to request a smart meter earlier or switch energy meters, you may be charged a fee. These costs can range from €60.00 to €300.00. If you want to start feeding back because you have solar panels, a meter change is often even free.

I have an old electricity meter and still want to make it smart, is it possible?

This is possible in some cases. The S0 Gateway from Smart Gateways is suitable for this purpose in certain cases. By connecting the S0 Gateway to the old electricity meter, it can still often be read with Domoticz, Home Assistant and other home automation software.

Smart Meter WiFi Gateway

without display

€44,95 €39,95

Smart Meter WiFi Gateway

with display

€59,95

Smart Meter Gateway

without display

€44,95 €39,95

Smart Meter Gateway

with display

€59,95

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