The fog-cloud computing traffic model overviews working elements in forming fog-cloud computing with three main layers: Ubiquitous Sensor Networks, Fog Computing, and Cloud Computing. We present a possible method of data transmission that focuses on either measuring or manipulating or both in the system divided into 7 USNs and using latency measurement to demonstrate transmission efficiency. This paper considers the latency test into four prominent cases: internet connection, traffic model, number of devices, and packet by equipment used for testing consisting of microcontroller board, sensor, actuator, and uses fog node two types: pocket Wi-Fi and router. In the latency test, we found that the factor causing the higher latency in the system was the packet size. The main factor consists of the different characteristics of working, fog nodes, and the number of connected devices. Therefore, the packet has correlated directly with the latency depending on the size of the packet increases. The resulting latency is the main factor affecting the work of the system.