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upload the data of the energy monitor to your own server

1. Introduction

All WiFi electricity Meters are capable of uploading data to third-party servers via TCP/TLS, HTTP/HTTPS, and MQTT interfaces.

2 TCP Mode

Working as a TCP client, the meter can post the data to remote TCP server every minute;



IAMMTER provides a simple tcp server (NodeJS) for testing

IAMMETER tcp server for testing

TLS Mode

Working as a TLS client, the meter can post the data to remote TLS server every minute;

Video:How to set Wi-Fi Energy monitor to send data to a third party TLS server




IAMMTER provides a simple tls server (NodeJS) for testing


Working as a https/http client, the meter can post the data to remote http/https server every minute;


post the data to 3rd party server


IAMMTER provides a simple http/https server (NodeJS) for testing


Publish the data of energy monitor to your MQTT server

Set the upload interval

When configured to upload data to a third-party server, the device defaults to sending updates every minute. However, customers have the option to adjust this interval using this API, with the shortest possible setting being six seconds.

For those requiring more frequent data retrieval, we advise utilizing Modbus/TCP mode for local connections, which allows for data requests every second.

JSON interpretation

No matter the method used, whether HTTP/HTTPS, TCP/TLS, or MQTT, the data are consistently formatted in JSON.

Interpreting the JSON Data from IAMMETER Products: JSON Data Definition of IAMMETER`s product