Consider these options for your facility:
Wireless sensors and range extenders allow you to monitor your facility for environmental changes and to fine-tune the environment remotely. Data from wireless sensors is displayed on a web interface accessible from any browser or mobile device. Email alarm notifications can also be set up to provide trending information to help pinpoint potential trouble spots. An open protocol approach streamlines communications and allows for easy integration into larger systems.
Integrated sensors measure temperature, humidity, dew point and airflow and provide real-time values and feeds data back to the unit for data logging and alarming. These sensors are instant plug and play with standard RJ-12 jacks.
Analog and Dry Contact Sensors
Analog and dry contact sensors can measure door position, water and smoke. A door position sensor helps you keep track of whether the data center doors are opened or closed. Consisting of two main components - a magnet and a switch with terminals connecting the signal wires - this detects whether the door is opened or closed. This sensor can be easily hooked up to I/O ports so that it can relay information about door position.
Items like DC power supply, Power over Ethernet (PoE) splitter, 5-port splitter and auto-dialers expand the capabilities of the monitoring products above.
High heat, humidity and moisture can permanently damage expensive IT equipment cause data loss. Monitoring options can help ensure your facility is operating under optimal conditions and meeting energy efficiency goals. To discuss the best solutions for your facility,
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