Temperature monitoring

Pete Baldwin pete at tccmail.ca
Fri Jul 14 04:26:29 CST 2017

We have Sensaphones (sensaphone.com) in remote offices.  We use IMS-4000s.  They are a 1RU box with RJ45 jacks on the front.  You can run CAT-5 to where you want to monitor something, and stick a module on the end of the cable.   They have temp, humidity, generic NO/NC sensors, power sensors to graph voltage and alert on voltage swings etc.   They can send emails, SNMP traps, or dial out with a modem.      They also have a built in mic that can alert on noise increases.     Some models allow you to dial in and listen to the room. 


On July 13, 2017 10:33:22 PM EDT, Dovid Bender <dovid at telecurve.com> wrote:
>We had an issue with a DC where temps were elevated. The one bit of
>hardware that wasn't watched much was the one that sent out the initial
>alert. Looking for recommendations on hardware that I can mount/hang in
>each cabinet that is easy to set up and will alert us if temps go
>beyond a
>certain point.

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