September 3, 2016


Used to connect and control all neighborhood NC1 nodes distributed on three phases of the local low voltage power grid. Range between DC1 and the first NC1 node can be up to  3 miles.

Secure HTTPS (TLS) communications on all of the available communications channels : Ethernet, WiFi and LTE. Simple set up allows the unit to be either on a completely independent local network (using Ethernet), be mounted in a remote location and use the built in LTE modem or use the built in WiFi modem to connect to the local network.


Power Line Network:

  • OFDM based 40kbps IPV6 mesh network
  • 98.4—121.9KHz CENELEC B Band
  • NIST standard 256-bit ECC encryption
  • 3 mile range between nodes in ROBO mode
  • Auto installation of any nodes with proper authentication credentials
  • Auto healing network with real time network monitoring


  • LTE/4G – QPSK, 16QAM with Verizon carrier certification for use in the United States
  • 3G HSPA/GSM (quad band) with 2G fall-back with AT&T carrier certification for global use
  • 24dBM class 3 transmit power with internal antenna
  • 44FF (nano) size sim card

Wi-Fi :

  • 802.11 b/g/n
  • WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK and WEP security 
  • Internal  antenna
  • up to +16dBM transmit power


  • IP68 panel mount connector
  • 10/100 LAN with surge protection


  • Open API for building front end SCADA
  • Windows based admin software for commissioning & control of nodes 
  • Automatic logging of network and node statistics with report generation
  • Automatic un-authorized network intrusion detection using the patent pending cipher stream encryption


  • 1 to 3 phase 80 to 305VAC universal input, 15VA power consumption
  • 3.75KVAC isolation to EN55022 Class B  on all phases
  • ANSI C136.37 surge requirements compliant—fully protected against brownouts and transients


  • 169mm long x 119mm wide x 61mm tall
  • NEMA4x, IP65 Molded ABSenclosure
  • -40 to 65˚C operating temperature range