The GW400 is the Internet connection channel for all your Pelican devices. The GW400 can connect up to 2000 Pelican devices to the Internet. Utilizing advanced mesh network technology, Pelican can extend a gateway wireless signal to every thermostat in your building.
The GW400 allows you to easily implement Pelican into any commercial building without ever needing to worry about complex Internet or wireless setup and configuration. Truly plug and play.
Not WiFi - Just Wireless!
A fundamental approach to Internet security is to start with a design that eliminates risk. By utilizing advanced mesh network technology (not WiFi) Pelican keeps thermostat communication separate from your business network. No cross communication is possible. Simple and smart.
Automated Wireless Connection
Because we integrate our advanced wireless mesh network into every thermostat, there is ZERO wireless setup required. No passwords to enter or complex connection processes to go through. Thermostats automatically connect to each other and back to the Pelican Gateway (GW400). Easy plug and play technology with no WiFi interference or requirement.
The GW400 acts as a single bridge for up to 2000 Pelican thermostats. This enables the entire Pelican system to reach the Internet using a single device. It also allows for enhanced reliability within the system because the gateway is designed to handle high thermostat traffic.
Encrypted Out-Bound Connection
The Gateway does not require any firewall inbound connections. Set it up outside your firewall, on an isolated network, as its only communication is to the Internet servers. The GW400 uses AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) to maintain a secure connection with Pelican servers. The Gateway maintains constant connectivity for continuous real-time communication with Pelican thermostats.
Single DHCP IP Address
The Gateway establishes a single TCP/IP connection over its Ethernet port to a designated Pelican server. Configure the GW400 to obtain its initial IP settings using DHCP (default) or using a static configuration.