The Push3 gateway will store as much data as possible.  This is only limited by the size of the SD card that is used.  We ship EKM Push3 gateways with at least 16GB data SD cards (64GB as of June 2023). Data is stored in json format.

There are a few methods for retrieving data from the Push3 gateway:

1.) The first is a local (LAN) API to the Push3 gateway to extract json via REST API calls. 

2.) The second is via direct user interface to the Push3 by connecting to the Push3 gateway on your local network (LAN). 

3.) The third is to remove the SD card or USB drive so that you can read them with a computer. 

1.) Local API

Here is the basic structure of a call to the local API data from a Push3 connected to you LAN: 



2.) To retrieve the data by connecting the Push3 gateway user interface on your local network: 

  1. You can find your Push gateway's IP address in your account portal by selecting it from the column on the left.
  2. If you are on the same network you should be able to click the IP address to go to the login page for the gateway. 
  3. The default User is admin and the default password is the Gateway Key, which can be found in your online EKM Push Account Portal. More on where to find the Gateway Key can be found here. Before Push3 firmware v1.684 there was no password required.
  4. Click the Login button.
  5. Select the meter that you would like to retrieve data for, from the left column.
  6. Click on the Stored Data tab.
  7. Select the day that you would like to view and then click on the 15 minute period that you would like to view.

The data will display as json, which can be saved to your computer, from your browser, by doing a "Save page as". This is in the File menu on a Mac and can be done by first right clicking  the page on a Windows computer and then selecting the Save as option.


3.) Storage Medium Removal
The removal method simply requires that you remove the SD card or USB drive and connect it to your computer. This can be done while the Push3 gateway remains powered and reading your meter(s). Once you find the drive on your computer you will see that the data is stored as a series of json files. This can be opened in a text editor to view the data and/or export into a different format, like csv which is open-able in a spreadsheet.