Enapter Handbook

# Electrolyser

Enapter’s patented anion exchange membrane (AEM) electrolyser is a standardised, stackable and flexible system that produces hydrogen on-site. The modular design – paired with advanced software integration – allows setup in minutes and remote control management. The electrolyser can be stacked to achieve the required hydrogen flowrate and easily hot-swapped.

# Universal Communication Modules

Enapter’s Universal Communication Modules (UCM) translate protocols of individual connected energy devices into a unified one. This is achieved via extensions that deliver data to the Enapter Gateway and Cloud through a secure wireless connection.

# Gateway

The Enapter Gateway is the energy site controller that allows users to manage the system efficiently. The Gateway collects data from all energy devices connected via UCMs. It analyses and processes the data using commands from the Enapter Rule Engine - a sub-system which executes rules defined by the user.

# Mobile Application

The Enapter mobile app makes the installation of any energy system quick and easy. Once setup, all devices can be managed via the mobile app or web dashboard. Users will receive push notifications via Wi-Fi or 3G network in case of energy system issues.

# Reference Designs

To get the most out of Enapter’s Energy Management System (EMS), you can refer to our installation designs. These best practices outline how to monitor and control your system in many applications and industries including off-grid and agriculture.

# Knowledge Base

Discover various frequently asked questions on Enapter equipment and software, including technical queries, pricing and more.