# Enapter Software
Enapter's Electrolysers and other equipment are supplied with innovative software that allows for intuitive monitoring and control of the electrolysers and dryers, as well as easy integration with third-party devices (i.e. fuel cells, sensors, solar inverters, power meters, batteries, vent systems, etc.)
In this section, you will find the Enapter software documentation.
# ☁️ Enapter Cloud
Online service to control and monitoring your energy system.
# 📱 Enapter Mobile Application
Enapter’s mobile application makes the installation of any energy system quick and easy. After the setup, all devices can then be managed via the mobile or web dashboard.
# 📡 Enapter Gateway
The Enapter Gateway is an energy site controller. It collects data from all energy devices connected via UCMs. The data is analysed and processed with user-defined rules from the Enapter Rule Engine. This logic sends commands to devices based on conditions activated by sensors or device data.
Enapter Rule Engine should be used as a convenience feature for non-realtime automation and not for life-sustaining or safety-critical use cases. Enapter is not responsible for any harms or losses incurred as a result of any failed automation.
# Gateway 2.X.X Release
The next generation of Enapter Gateway can run on a wide range of Intel NUC computers or custom Linux-based server. Entire installation process is managed by a simple wizard starting with a computer powering on and ending with established Enapter Cloud connection.
Two operational modes are supported:
- Cloud-Connected Mode. On-site devices will be accessible remotely through Enapter Cloud. All data, including device configuration and telemetry, will be stored in the Cloud.
- Island Mode. The Gateway will not connect to Enapter Cloud. All data, including device configuration and telemetry, will be stored locally on the data disk. Suitable for installations with no internet connection.
Latest release: 2.0.0 | Downloads > (opens new window)
# Gateway 1.X.X Release
This Gateway version supports only Online (connected to the Cloud) mode and must be used on Intel NUC platform hardware with Celeron CPU with QR code provided by Enapter.
Latest release: 1.8.15 | Downloads > (opens new window)
- 📖 User & Admin Guide
- 💽 Installation and Update Instructions
- 🌐 Gateway Network Requirements
- 🗞️ Changelog
- 🐞 Known Bugs
- ✅ Enapter Gateway Quick Start Guide
# 💎 Virtual UCM
Virtual UCM is a 100% software implementation of the Enapter UCM, which up to this point was represented by a wide range of hardware devices and particularly replaces ENP-ETH and ENP-RS485/ETH. Virtual UCM enables easy and efficient integration of devices using any protocols running on top of TCP/IP, and its support introduced in the alpha version of Enapter Gateway 2.0.0, which is available to Enapter certified partners.
As an example, it can be used to implement integration of wide range of Modbus TCP 3rd party devices such as Solar Inverters, Hydrogen Compressors, Air Handling Units as well as any kind of SNMP and HTTP-based interfaces.
After installing a new version of Enapter Gateway, it automatically becomes possible to create an unlimited number of Virtual UCMs via the Enapter Cloud Web interface and use Enapter Blueprints (LUA Scripts, Web IDE) to implement integration with a third-party device.
The documentation is available at Developers Portal (opens new window).
You can find example of the OpenWatherMap integration for Virtual UCM at Enapter GitHub (opens new window). This integration is using HTTP REST protocol.
# ⌨️ Tools for Developers
Connect a wide range of 3rd-party devices with the Enapter Energy Management Toolkit.