SensorPush G1 WiFi Gateway



Monitor your SensorPush sensors remotely from anywhere via the Internet. Includes cloud service (no monthly fee) to monitor full data history of environmental conditions. Receive current conditions, alerts and even the full data history just as if you were monitoring locally.

Our sensors use Bluetooth LE to communicate.

The simple setup process connects your G1 WiFi Gateway to the internet, via WiFi or Ethernet and links it to your SensorPush cloud account. This account is included with the purchase of a G1 WiFi gateway and is easily created during setup. Once online, the gateway receives data via Bluetooth from any in-range SensorPush sensors and relays that information to our web-based service (a.k.a. “the cloud”).

The SensorPush app can then retrieve the data from the internet, so you can access it from anywhere. As before, the system has been designed to be as flexible as possible.

WiFi Frequency Band 2.4 GHz
Width 5.6 in / 141mm
Height 0.8 in / 20 mm
Depth 4.2 in / 107 mm
Weight 5.3 oz / 149 g
Power DC 5V / 2A

The outer diameter of the barrel connector is 5.5mm and the inner is 2.1mm. Also, there is an alternative method for powering the Gateway. If you have a male-to-male USB cable and a phone charger with 5 volts / 2 amps you can power the gateway via its USB port.

Cloud API Here is a link to the docs for the SensorPush Gateway cloud API. In order to gain access, you need to log in to the Gateway web dashboard and accept the terms.
Port forwarding For outbound ports it’s: 80, 443, and UDP port 123 (NTP). All network connections are encrypted and no incoming ports are required to be opened on the Gateway.
MAC Address MAC address information is available in the app during set up. It will appear once the Gateway has connected to the mobile device during configuration. To obtain MAC address information for a Gateway that’s already set up in the app, first make sure you are on site with the gateway (e.g. same room). Then, open the app to the main screen, select the Gateway from among the devices and then select the “configure” option. The app will then temporarily connect your mobile device to the Gateway using Bluetooth and provide you with MAC address information.
Alexa support
Networking options Whether using WiFi or Ethernet, your network needs to be able to configure clients automatically via DHCP. Static IP addresses and other custom settings are not available at this time. With WiFi, you’ll be able to use WPA/WPA2, WEP, or open networks. Web-based WiFi authentication (like you often see in a hotel, for instance) is not supported at this time.
Wireless types supported 802.11 B/G/N