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SeaHawk monitoring: preventing a small water leak in your data centre from turning into a huge problem
Daxten adds SeaHawk monitoring systems to its portfolio providing a comprehensive leak detection solution for the data centre.
The SeaHawk monitoring solution can be installed using spot detectors, sensing cables or a combination of both sensor types in areas susceptible to leaks within the data centre. Local deployable zone controllers or distance-read controllers for remote monitoring register and locate leaks then trigger alarms to complete the detection process. If the detector probes and sensing cables come into contact with water, acids, bases or other hazardous liquids, the zone or distance-read controller, depending on which version is installed, triggers an acoustic or optical alarm and generates warnings that are sent to the data centre personnel via SNMP or e-mail. Depending on the model, the controllers have 4 20mA electricity or dry contact interfaces and can communicate via Ethernet, N2, Modbus or BACnet. The latter makes it possible to integrate the SeaHawk leak monitoring solution into overarching monitoring, (DCIM) data centre infrastructure management or (BMS) building management systems.
According to the manufacturer, the modularly structured monitoring system can be configured to meet any requirement and scaled exactly to meet individual needs. The solution can thus be deployed anywhere, be it in a small server room, data centre containers, in medium-sized rack environments or enterprise data centres.
The SeaHawk systems are now available from Daxten with immediate effect. For further information please contact Daxten on +44 (0)20 8991 6200, email@example.com or visit www.daxten.com.
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