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Temp & Humidity Sensor G2

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Efficiently track temperature and humidity levels in your server room, telecom cabinet, PBX closet, or data center with this dual sensor. Daisy-chain multiple D-Wire sensors to ensure your environment is perfect at all areas of your site.

Key Features

  • Temperature & Humidity Probe
  • D-Wire sensors do not need a power source
  • Chain up to 16 sensors to a single D-Wire port
  • Use your NetGuardian's web interface to provision and monitor your D-Wire

Monitor temperature and humidity with the Temp & Humidity Sensor G2. With it, you don't have to worry about analog capacity on your RTUs, tangled messes of sensors at your RTU, or even the trouble of wiring analog connectors.

Our D-Wire sensors use simple RJ-11 connectors, in and out, and allow you to chain up to 16 sensors to a single D-Wire port. Your sensor chain can be a maximum of 600 feet, so you can run sensors out as far as you need to monitor your equipment, without having to place analog-capable RTUs in multiple places.

Form Factor

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  • Weight: 0 lbs

Core Features

  • Mounting: Wall mount
  • Power Supply: Powered by DPS RTUs
  • RJ11 connectors: 2
  • Web Interface: NetGuardian Config

Operating Conditions

  • Humidity: 0-95% NC
  • Temperature: -22 to 158F (-30 to 70C)
No additional software required.

Use the built-in web interface for configuration. Monitor via web interface, your SNMP manager, or a T/Mon master station.