uGateway

Lightweight and reliable Linux system on a chip, used to collect Bluetooth LE signals from connected antennas and participate in the detection of tokens in the restaurant. Powered by Ethernet, it can be easily deployed on restaurants ceilings.

Ubudu Gateway is a lightweight, IoT enabled, low power computing platform based on Qualcomm/Atheros AR9331 System-On-Chip. It runs OpenWRT, highly-extensible, GNU/Linux distribution for embedded devices.

Features

  • POE powered gateway for connecting USB BLE devices to network
  • Ethernet and Wifi supported through software settings
  • 7 powered USB connections
  • Running OpenWRT based Linux distribution

Specifications

Category Specification
Chip
Qualcomm/Atheros AR9331 SoC, 400 MHz
16 MB Flash and 64 MB DDR2 RAM
Connections
DC Power
Ethernet
7 x USB
Software
Operating system: Customized OpenWRT Linux
Software options:
V1: Python based server and scanner process. ABSniffer and support
V2: Python and C optimized version for increased performance and speed of IL services when used with ub_ble_scanners. ABSniffer and ub_ble_scanner support
Other
Operating condiions: 0 - 55°C
Power
Power supply: 5VDC POE
Current consumption: 0.4A without any USB devices connected
Mechanical
Size: 163 x 94 x 32 mm
Regulatory
Certification info here

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