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Stay safe with wire-free remote data centre monitoring: Monitoring at a distance made easy
The main benefit of all wire-free monitoring modules is that they are not connected via cable to each other. As soon as they are activated the monitoring devices instantly configure themselves automatically and begin to share measurement data such as power, temperature, humidity and differential pressure via a self-configuring wire-free radio mesh network. All measurement data is wirelessly gathered by a system gateway that simply uses the SNMP or Modbus TCP/IP protocol to transmit the data to the Packet Power EMX Energy Portal or a third party BMS or DCIM tool.
The specific wire-free monitoring modules for power allows data centre professionals to control parameters like Volts, Amperes, kW, kWh, kVA, phase angle and total current for any branch circuit, switchgear, cabinet, PDU or single IT device. The sensors for the monitoring of environmental conditions at rack or room level are simply positioned at the desired place without cabling or configuration work and share their data on the same wire-free radio network as the monitoring modules for power. From a safe remote location, data centre and facility experts have all important power usage and environmental parameters available. They are able to balance loads, monitor areas that are susceptible for leaks and can control temperature, humidity and pressure at their cabinets effectively.
In addition, data centres managers will be very happy that with only one single wire-free radio monitoring module and system gateway the cornerstone for an overarching monitoring system can be layed. An almost unlimited number of additional monitoring sensors can be added to the wire-free radio mesh network resulting in a complete data centre monitoring solution which can be accessed remotely.
Further information on the whole Packet Power product family is available from Daxten on +44 (0)20 8991 6200 or via email@example.com.
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