The ambient temperature measurement checks if your cooling is still operating and if the room has the desired temperature setting. Combined with the humidity sensors, it ensures that your equipment is running within manufacturers' limits.
Temperature fluctuations impact equipment's lifespan. Humidity affect electronics and may result in corrosion.
Temperature & Humidity Sensors
By default the maximum length on a daisy chain is 100m/330ft.
The DAISY-BOOSTER extends that length. Based on a LED coloring code (green, amber or red) you know where to put it in the daisy chain connection.
In this live demo, the booster is inserted after the fifth daisy chain sensor (on its right). A 300m/980ft RJ45 CAT6 cable runs from sensor 5 to the booster. Behind the booster 2 additional sensors are connected and reporting.
An air quality sensor, monitoring CO2, VOCs, temperature, and humidity, is essential in IT or power infrastructure management. Fluctuations in these parameters can indicate poor ventilation or chemical leaks, affecting equipment performance and employee health. Timely detection ensures a safe, efficient environment, preventing system failures and promoting a healthy workplace. It's crucial for proactive maintenance and safety.
Air quality sensor
A lux sensor, reporting luminosity levels, is vital for detecting light-based anomalies in IT or power infrastructure. Sudden changes in light intensity can signal electrical faults or equipment malfunctions. Early detection through lux monitoring helps avert potential damage, ensuring system stability and reliability. It's a key tool for proactive infrastructure maintenance.
A sound decibel sensor is crucial for monitoring IT or power infrastructure. It detects noise level changes indicating malfunctions, enabling early intervention. This prevents downtime and equipment damage, ensuring optimal operation and prolonging system longevity. Essentially, it's a proactive tool for maintaining infrastructure health and reliability.
Security Sound Sensor
The Monitoring Touch Appliance is a Microsoft Surface GO2 based open computer that enables you to log, monitor and alert on data from your equipment and sensors right at the edge.
With the optional Cellular it can alert you anytime, anywhere and everywhere: email, SMS or Slack. Get alerts even when your network is down.
Thermal runaways of equipment will go undetected with traditional temperature sensors. Indeed cooling units will try to compensate the heat problem resulting in anomalies to go undetected.
The thermal Image sensor looks at the equipment. It monitors the surface temperature for anomalies.
In 4800 points.
Every 2 seconds.
Infrared Thermal Image Sensors
The presence of dust accumulates in equipment then at first power usage will increase due to the harder working fans and CPU's running at higher temperatures. Ultimately electronics may fail due to short circuits or corrosion.
The particle sensor monitors for airborne particles in the air of multiple sizes: PM1, PM2.5, PM4 and PM10.
An SF6 gas sensor is critical for monitoring leaks from Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS). SF6, an insulating gas used in high-voltage equipment, poses significant risks when leaked. Such leaks can reduce insulation effectiveness, increasing the likelihood of arc flashes—a dangerous electrical discharge that can cause fires, equipment damage, and severe injury. Timely detection of SF6 leaks is essential for preventing these hazardous incidents, ensuring operational safety and reliability in electrical infrastructure.
SF6 Gas sensing
An R134 gas sensor is vital for detecting refrigerant leaks in cooling systems crucial to IT and electrical infrastructures. Leaks of R134, a common refrigerant, indicate a failing cooling system, which can lead to overheating of critical components. Overheating in such environments can cause hardware malfunctions, data loss, and increased risk of electrical fires. Early detection of R134 leaks is essential to prevent these catastrophic outcomes, ensuring the continuity and reliability of operations. The sensor aids in maintaining the optimal performance of cooling systems, which is key to the health and efficiency of IT and electrical setups.
R134a Gas sensing
An H2S gas sensor is crucial for detecting hydrogen sulfide in environments with IT and electrical equipment. H2S, a highly corrosive gas, poses serious threats to such equipment. Its presence can lead to accelerated corrosion of metal components, including circuit boards and wiring, compromising the integrity and functionality of these systems. The corrosive effect of H2S can result in short circuits, equipment failures, and significant data loss.
H2S Gas sensing
A CO2 sensor is critical in monitoring IT and electrical equipment environments. Elevated CO2 levels can be an early indicator of inadequate ventilation, leading to overheating and reduced efficiency of equipment. High CO2 concentrations may also signal the presence of human or combustion-related activities, which could pose a fire risk. Timely detection and response to increased CO2 levels help maintain optimal operational conditions, prevent equipment failure, and ensure safety in these critical environments. Thus, CO2 monitoring is essential for proactive infrastructure management and risk mitigation.
CO2 Gas sensing