General Questions

What is the difference between pulse counting with ioStack vs a v.4 Omnimeter?
The biggest differences are: The ioStack is powered by 4.5–28V DC whereas the Omnimeters are powered by 110–480V AC. The ioStack has four pulse inputs wh...
Wed, 17 Jan, 2024 at 11:25 AM
What Kinds of Sensors does the ioStack Support?
The ioStack supports Analog, 1-Wire, and I2C sensors.  Some example of what these can be are: In Tank Level Pressure sensors Plumbed in Water pressur...
Wed, 17 Jan, 2024 at 11:28 AM
Can You Read Both ioStacks and Omnimeters With the Same Push3 Gateway?
Yes. A mix of up to 128 Omnimeters and ioStacks can be read on the same RS-485 bus by each Push3 gateway.
Wed, 17 Jan, 2024 at 11:28 AM
What Software Supports the ioStack?
The EKM Widget supports the ioStack for pulse count data, analog sensor data, and 1-Wire sensor data. We also provide Real-Time and Summary APIs for the...
Wed, 17 Jan, 2024 at 11:39 AM
Does the ioStack Come With an Enclosure?
No, at this point the ioStack beta units do not have an enclosure so ioStack users should plan accordingly. The ioStack will need to be installed in a locat...
Wed, 17 Jan, 2024 at 11:49 AM
Why Do You Call It ioStack?
The io part of the name is for the input and output nature of the ioStack. It has inputs for pulse counting and various types of sensors. It also has contro...
Wed, 17 Jan, 2024 at 11:52 AM