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Sending telemetries (GPIOs and ADCs values) to a Web server by HTTP

Scenario

We want to monitor a water tank level. To do this, an analog input of a modem will be used. The modem will be always connected to 4G/3G and will use a dynamic IP address.

The modem must take a measurement every 5 minutes and send it to a Web server via 4G/3G using HTTP GET to create a LOG file with the daily consumption statistics.

Also, you need to be able to access the modem’s internal web server to check the status of the tank in real time. It must be possible, from the internal web server, to provide a signal to switch a relay which allows flow into the tank. The access to the web server will not have a firewall (from any IP) but will be protected by a username and password.

Solution

MTX-4G-JAVA-T AUS or MTX-4G-JAVA-IoT AUS and MTX Tunnel Firmware.

4G Remote Telemetry

 

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