The Jilia Hub is an affordable solution to connecting ZigBee, Z-Wave, Bluetooth, and WiFi devices to the Jilia cloud. The Hub supports the most popular IoT protocols and has the power, features, and storage to solve even the most complex IoT implementations. With two on-board USB ports, the Jilia Hub is future-proof, allowing platforms and service providers the ability to add additional radios and protocols in the future, without the need for replacing hardware.
With the ability to run cloud-based and local rules, along with onboard battery backup, the Jilia hub is robust and reliable. This makes the Jilia Hub a great fit for high-uptime applications like security, commercial, and industrial applications.
- Technology drivers included.
- No custom firmware required.
- RESTful API access to all devices.
- Technology-, protocol-, and brand-agnostic.
- 10/100 Ethernet
- 2x USB Expansion Ports
- ZigBee Radio (Thread- and ZigBee 3.0-ready)
- Z-Wave Radio
- Bluetooth Radio
Three on-board radios gives developers and service providers the flexibility to select existing devices from multiple manufacturers or develop additional devices in the future using different protocols.
Utilizing the powerful Ember 3587 from Silicon Labs, the 802.15.4 radio is Thread- and ZigBee 3.0-ready and can be updated for future features.
The Jilia Hub goes beyond simply interacting with the cloud. It also features a local Jilia software agent that enables the hub to perform local rules, commands, and accept websocket subscriptions even when internet connection is down.
With two on-board USB expansion ports, there are virtually no limits to what future updates can be made (e.g. storage expansion, radios for future protocols, cellular data, etc.).
Power outages aren’t a problem for the Jilia Hub. Using 4x easily-replacable AA batteries, the hub can continue operations, control, and communicate during power interruptions.
The Jilia Hub has been designed and developed with extensive updatability features. The hub can receive updates for firmware, API additions, new devices drivers, technology drivers, and feature updates.