The MQTT-flex version of the MQTT protocol can be configured in detail thanks to the “flex” extension.
MQTT flex configurable MQTT communication of networked power sockets NETIO

Standard MQTT

MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) is a M2M protocol for exchanging messages. It is often used for IoT applications and for communicating with a cloud because the device actively establishes the connection to the server. The protocol includes native support for SSL security.
MQTT is becoming very popular; however, different devices support different data structures and different rules for sending messages. This complicates data processing at the server side. To alleviate this problem, NETIO allows for custom message structure with the “flex” extension.


Flex extension of the MQTT protocol

The MQTT protocol in PowerCable MQTT 101x can be configured in detail thanks to the MQTT-flex extension. In the text-based MQTT-flex configuration, it is possible to define the MQTT message structure (Topic / Payload) as well as the conditions for sending individual messages (periodically, when a value changes by more than x, and so on).


Standard configuration

In the default configuration, all measured values are sent every 15 minutes, and the current [A] and consumption [Wh] values are sent whenever the consumption of the connected appliance changes.




Specification of MQTT-flex and links




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