The Temperature/Humidity Sensor, used in conjunction with the NetGuardian or the KDA (with analog card), allows a network manager to monitor the environmental status of a network site. The unit measures the temperature and relative humidity of the immediate network area, thus providing pertinent environmental information from equipment site.
The Temperature/Humidity Sensor measures temperatures between+ 23 - +131 degrees Fahrenheit (-5 to +55 degrees Celsius). It also gauges relative humidity between the range of 10% RH to 90% RH. The NetGuardian or KDA(with an analog card) send alarm notifications to the network managers, via analog alarm inputs, if either the temperature of the relative humidity approaches levels that are too high or too low. Proper equipment operation thresholds are determined by the user, which when exceeded, will trigger an alarm condition.
|RH Range:||10% RH to 90% RH.|
|Accuracy:||+/- 3% RH.|
|Input Voltage Range:||10 to 28 VDC.|
|Temperature Range:||-23 degrees F to +131 degrees F (-5 degrees C to +55 degrees C).|
|Accuracy:||+/- 0.54 degrees F (+/- 0.3 degrees C).|
|Total current draw:||4 mA.|
|Dimensions:||80mm x 80 mm x 26mm.|
|Weight:||8 oz. max.|
A temperature sensor is one of the most simple, yet the most critical, pieces of equipment available to monitor your server room, server closet, data center, or other telecom environment.
Frequently, temperature monitoring using temperature sensors is ignored or overlooked by network operators. Unfortunately, it is incredibly important (and also quite inexpensive) to monitor temperature in telecom and IT environments. Both extreme cold and high temperatures present a danger to your valuable telecom investment, and you must take care to monitor for both of these potential threats.
| Temperature Sensor |
| Temperature Monitoring System |
|Remote Temperature Monitoring||Environmental Monitoring|
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