Tiny Gateway Controls Large Areas

The E100 Gateway is a 2 in. x 2 in. device that automates firmware updates for the network, wirelessly controls up to 120 Cortet-certified devices across as many as 30 building zones, and manages four schedules, per zone, per day, with a maximum of two day-groupings per zone. The gateway is designed for small- to-medium-sized commercial projects with as many as 30 rooms. Controllable via a mobile app, the it maximizes energy savings and is easily adjustable through every season. The E100 Gateway already meets or exceeds all state-level energy efficiency standards, requirements and building codes, and it can be updated over time to stay current with the latest requirements.


Additional Cortet Certified devices can be added to a building network through the gateway. Its secure connection to the Cortet cloud infrastructure enables users to set up new devices and control existing components onsite or remotely. Security updates can also be pushed through the gateway to the network automatically. The system leverages ZigBee HA 1.2 security with AES 128 encryption for device-to-device communications. Each E100 employs network segmentation that limits a potential breach to those lighting devices within individual ZigBee networks. Features in a nutshell include:

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  • Wireless Range: Up to 100 meters
  • Addressable Devices Per Gateway: 120
  • Number of Zones Per Gateway: 30
  • Maximum Number of Gateways per Network: 6
  • Maximum Addressable Devices: 720
  • Maximum Number of Zones: 180  

For more information, visit Cortet.


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