Li-Ion Battery Rooms
InfraSensing enables you to detect mechanical, electrical or thermal abuse to your batteries. With our gas sensors you can also monitor for offset gasses being released by your Lead
Acid or Li-ion batteries.
With our patented thermal camera monitor your switch gear 24x7. With our environmental sensors monitor your electrical equipment risks such as dust, humidity, water, corrosive gasses and more.
Monitor your racks with our daisy chained temperature & humidity sensors as per AHSRAE standards. Bring back the human senses in your data halls with our water leak, power quality, dust, air particle, gas and many other sensors.
Data center operators should use sensors to mitigate fire, environmental, and power risks in their facilities because these risks can have serious consequences for the data center and the equipment it contains. Sensors can provide real-time monitoring and alert data center operators to potential issues before they become major problems.
Integrating the data from the sensors with a building management platform allows data center operators to have a comprehensive view of the various factors that can impact the operation of the data center. This can help data center operators to identify and address issues more quickly and effectively, as they have access to all of the relevant data in a single platform.
For example, by integrating the data from fire sensors with the building management platform, data center operators can more easily identify the location and cause of a fire, and take timely and appropriate actions to address the issue. Similarly, by integrating the data from environmental sensors with the building management platform, data center operators can more easily identify and address issues related to temperature and humidity levels. And by integrating the data from power sensors with the building management platform, data center operators can more easily identify and address issues related to power usage and quality.
Overall, integrating the data from sensors with a building management platform can help data center operators to more effectively and efficiently manage and mitigate the various risks that can impact the data center.