The only way to know with 100% certainty that your device is supported is to install the EcoStruxure IT Gateway, discover the device, and look at the sensors. If that is not feasible, you can generate an SNMP walk of the device and then send it to us.
There isn't a 1:1 relationship between a device model and its data mapping. Instead, families of devices typically share a common data mapping as defined in a MIB for SNMP, or a Modbus register map for Modbus TCP.
We create a Device Definition File (DDF) for the Gateway and Data Center Expert from the information in the MIB, SNMP walk, or Modbus register map. That DDF allows many different devices to communicate with our software. We don't know exactly which devices those are, because a list of devices supported by a data map isn't maintained by the manufacturers.
A device model could use different DDFs depending on which communication card is installed. A specific device could use more than one DDF at a time, with some sensors from one DDF and other sensors from another.
This seems like a very straight forward question that should have an easy answer. Unfortunately, that's not the case. It's a problem we're trying to solve.