jhellenthal at dataix.net
Tue Jul 18 21:35:23 CST 2017
Would be pretty great if mobile worked... 😎
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On Jul 18, 2017, at 15:39, Edwin Pers <EPers at ansencorp.com> wrote:
+1 for the serverscheck.com gear. Been running it as a humidity monitor in the plant for a year or so now and it's been rock solid. If you're the kind of shop that requires calibration for that sort of equipment they'll handle that as well. Great company to work with. Pair it with Cacti + thold plugin or whatever other snmp monitoring you like - or the base units can handle alerting on their own.
FYI for those interested - the stated max length of connecting cable between the base station and the sensor units (30ft iirc) is way under what it'll do in the real world - I've got at least one sensor unit that's a good 500ft away from the base station and it's been working just fine
From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-bounces at nanog.org] On Behalf Of David Charlebois
Sent: Sunday, July 16, 2017 10:02 PM
To: NANOG <nanog at nanog.org>
Subject: Re: Temperature monitoring
we use: https://serverscheck.com/sensors/ - simple setup, graph nicely in Cacti. I went with ServerCheck wired based units + external temp+humidity probe. The base unit displays the temperature which is a nice quick reference if you are in the room.
> On Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 8:31 AM, Dan White <dwhite at olp.net> wrote:
> We use Asentria.
>> On 07/13/17 22:33 -0400, Dovid Bender 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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