Temperature monitoring

Richard Holbo holbor at sonss.net
Fri Jul 14 05:45:30 CST 2017


http://tyconsystems.com/index.php/products/tycon-power/tpdin-monitor-web/751-tpdin-monitor-web2

Is what I use in my cabinets. Has two temp sensors, one internal and one
external.  I put the external near the AC cold air output so I can get a
diff and know if the AC is on.  SNMP cacti graphs them nicely.  I use one
of the voltage sensors to monitor the cabinet doors via reed switches. In
remote mountain sites also use for battery/solar voltages and to monitor
wall warts for Utility power loss.

/rh

On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 7:33 PM, 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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