Cloud Connector (2nd Gen)


The Cloud Connector uses a cellular or ethernet connection to relay data from wireless sensors that communicate using the SecureDataShot protocol to the DT cloud infrastructure. Data from the cloud can be viewed directly in DT Studio (web application) or integrated into other services using REST APIs and webhooks.


  • Built-in SIM card with a cellular roaming agreement
  • Automatically connects to the strongest cellular network
  • Long wireless range between sensors and Cloud Connector
  • No setup or configuration
  • Supports up to 10,000 sensors
  • Automatic software updates


Operating Conditions
Temperature 0 to 50 °C | 32 - 120°F
Humidity 10 to 90% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Storage Conditions
Temperature 0 to 70°C | 32 - 158°F
Humidity 10 to 90% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Power Supply & Consumption
Power Supply 5V DC @ 2A
Plug Type Type: Barrel - OD: 5.5mm ID: 2.1mm
Power Consumption Average < 3W
Sensor Wireless Communication
Radio Protocol SecureDataShot
Radio Frequency EU: 868 MHz SRD band
US: 915 MHz ISM band
Transmit Power < 100 mW
Wireless Range See sensor specifications for more detail.
Cellular Communication
Transmit Power EU: Cat 1 LTE FDD B1/3/7/8/20/28
US: Cat M1 LTE FDD B2/B4/B5/B12/B13/B25/B26/B66/B85
Communication Standard EU: Power Class 3 (23dBm±2dB)
for LTE FDD bands
US: Power Class 5 (21dBm±1.5dB)
for LTE FDD bands
Dimensions 153 x 114 x 30 mm | 6 x 4.5 x 1.2 inches
Weight 200 grams | 7 oz
Material Polycarbonate (PC)
Ingress protection IP20
Mounting method Screws or adhesive (wall mount)
Certification & Compliance

Contains FCC ID: 2ATFX-102545
Contains FCC ID: ZMOMA510GL
Contains IC: 25087-102545
Contains IC: 21374-MA510GL
UL Certified, File No: E489020

Product Variants

Version Product Number Region Datasheet
EU 102505 Europe Cloud Connector (2nd Gen) - Product Datasheet 1.2.pdf
EU (Ethernet only) 102673 Europe
US 102506 North America
US (Ethernet only) 102644 North America



1. Claim the device

To have the device show up in Studio Organization, it must be claimed beforehand. Cloud Connectors are claimed by either scanning the Kit ID on the packaging or by scanning individual device IDs. IDs can also be entered manually if needed.

Need help with claiming?

For more information about claiming, please visit the following article: How to claim devices in Studio.

2. Connect to power

Use the provided power supply to power the Cloud Connector.

3. Connect to the cloud

If the device has a cellular modem, it will automatically start connecting to the cloud service. If not, plug in an ethernet cable to establish a connection.

4. Observe the Status Indicator

  • Pulsing White
    Connecting / updating, can take up to a few minutes.
  • Solid White
    Connected to the internet and fully operational.
  • Solid Red
    Not connected, visit Cloud Connector troubleshooting for troubleshooting.


Option 1: Wall or Ceiling Installation


Option 2: Drop Ceiling Installation