Access and manage your ZigBee PAN from anywhere on the Internet using
standard web services protocols.
Our gateways provide computers with a secure network interface to a
ZigBee PAN. Unlike a bridge, which logically extends a PAN across an internet
connection, a gateway provides network services on behalf of a ZigBee PAN.
These services are provided to network clients using REST, an open, well-supported,
industry-standard remote procedure call (RPC) protocols.
Software on any computer can control or monitor any ZigBee device in the PAN via
the Q53. Exegin provides an example application, called Tiki, for controlling
the Q53. Or, use Exegin's IPHA Framework to create your own
application to talk to a ZigBee PAN.
Extend your ZigBee PAN from the top floor to the basement, or around the world—anywhere
the Internet goes with the Q53's ZigBee Bridge Device(ZBD) feature. You need two Q53 ZigBee Gateways to bridge the network.
Installation of the Q53 is quick and easy with DHCP.
Once your Q53 is configured, you can manage it using its http and ssh