Wi-Ocean Gateway $50

DIY hardware assembly + Wi-Ocean Bridge firmware + VizLore Cloud Services

This device allows you to manage EnOcean sensors and switches for home automation or remote control. EnOcean devices require no cable and no battery. They can be used to switch lights, control blinds and get sensory information like temperature, humidity or presence detection. 

Our Wi-Ocean firmware comes in two modes:

  • Wi-Ocean Bridge – Access point mode
  • Wi-Ocean Bridge XL – WiFi mesh mode

Check out our video tutorial on how the WiOcean Bridge works.

Click BUY NOW to create an account and purchase the firmware!

What is Wi-Ocean?

The Wi-Ocean bridge is a gateway that allows you to connect EnOcean sensors to the internet. EnOcean sensors and switches require no cables. Wi-Ocean can be used in home automation, and for new building development or building renovations that have wiring constraints. Our customers are tech savvy DIY-ers  and smart building integrators.

Instructions

Hardware:

You must purchase these hardware components to build your DIY WiOcean Bridge device. The links will provide you with the requirements needed for each component to work properly.

  1. Raspberry Pi 2 or 3 with enclosure
  2. EnOcean Pi 902 MHz RF module
  3. Two WiFi USB modules for Raspberry Pi
  4. PC with SD card reader
  5. 8 GB SD card and Micro SD to SD card adapter

DIY Instructions:

  • purchase the hardware listed above
  • assemble the hardware according to the step-by-step User Manual
  • create a user account for the WiOcean Web Store dashboard
  • log in to the WiOcean Web Store dashboard
  • once logged in, you can purchase the WiOcean firmware
    • you can purchase both AP mode & WiFi mesh modes
    • you can purchase several at a time
  • You will be sent an email to download the firmware 
  • The WiOcean dashboard will allow you to activate and manage your devices

Firmware Features

WiOcean Bridge – Access point mode

  • Device management via dedicated web portal:
    • Device registration
  • Detection of software tampering and SD card cloning
  • FHEM automation server
    • autodiscovery of EnOcean sensors
    • configuration of EnOcean sensors
    • gathering data generated by EnOcean sensors
    • access to FHEM server locally via telnet
  • Haystack APIs for EnOcean sensors
  • AllJoyn service for exposing sensory data
  • Additional device access options:
    • Remote access via SSH
    • Access via HDMI Monitor, keyboard and mouse

WiOcean Bridge XL – WiFi mesh mode

All the above, plus:

  • Wireless mesh configuration
    • mesh id, WEP key, channel
  • Automatic establishment of wireless mesh network with nodes configured in the same manner