Temperature monitoring

Mel Beckman mel at beckman.org
Fri Jul 14 05:27:51 CST 2017


Weathergoose by IT watchdogs. 1U rackmount devices with very shallow depth of about an inch or two. Sensors are cheap, varied, and you can daisychain dozens of them together. So one server box can monitor entire row of racks. Loads of other features too for notification, escalation, and SNMP manageable.

-mel via cell

> On Jul 13, 2017, at 9:27 PM, Pete Baldwin <pete at tccmail.ca> wrote:
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> 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. 
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>> On July 13, 2017 10:33:22 PM EDT, Dovid Bender <dovid at telecurve.com> wrote:
>> All,
>> 
>> 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.
>> 
>> TIA.
>> 
>> Dovid


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