GW Getting Started
- 1.Turn on Ruuvi Gateway by powering it with USB-C.- Quickstart: Connect Gateway to your router with Ethernet cable, wait one minute, and you're connected using default settings.- Note that Ethernet cable must not be connected before the configuration is complete if you do not want to use default settings.
- 2.Start configuration by connecting to Wi-Fi hotspot "Configure Ruuvi Gateway XXXX".- If the browser doesn't open automatically, type http://10.10.0.1 into the address bar.
- 3.Follow the steps in configurator to complete the setup with your preferred settings.
- 4.Gateway is now ready to be used and sending data to Ruuvi Cloud or to third party server according to your configured settings.
Ruuvi Gateway has 4 LEDs: Green, Red, Ethernet green, and Ethernet yellow.
The green LED is on when receiving data from Bluetooth sensors and communicating with the cloud server.
Ethernet Yellow turns on when a cable connection is detected and blinks on data transfer. Green led turns on if Gateway operates at a faster 100 MBit/s speed instead of legacy 10 MBit/s. Most modern routers will have the green led on at all times.
A short press of the button (for example with a paperclip) re-enables the Gateway's configuration mode.
Keeping the button pressed down for 7+ seconds triggers a factory reset which erases all user configured settings and enables configuration mode (activates Wi-Fi hotspot). After pressing the button, you need to wait until the red LED flashes at a rate of 2.5 Hz, then release the button, after that the Gateway will restart with the active Wi-Fi access point.
If you want to use the Gateway with your own server, you can connect via MQTT or HTTP(S). The data formats are detailed on the following pages: