Tuesday 10 January 2012

Environmental monitor family!

Wireless Sensors has introduced its Rack Sentry family of environmental monitors. 

This all new family from Wireless Sensors, expands the SensiNet product line with features developed specifically for the needs of Data Center operations and includes multi-point nodes for determination of rack temperature gradients. These new designs allow for granular measurements within racks, under floor grates, in return plenums and other strategic locations without the complexity of wiring. The ease of installation and reliability of the field proven SensiNet wireless network allows users to quickly deploy sensors with minimal IT footprint and no security exposure. The SensiNet wireless strategy also allows rapid redeployment to explore hot spots and qualify adds, moves and changes and is especially useful in determining compliance with ASHRAE TC9.9 2011 Thermal Guidelines for Data Processing Environments.

The Rack Sentry line consists of 3 new sensor configurations for measurement of temperature and humidity and complements the range of SensiNet products with existing capability for AC and DC current, DC voltage, contact closures and 4-20mA inputs from third party sensor systems. The SensiNet system also includes a powerful gateway providing a rich suite of communication protocols such as Modbus TCP, OPC, SNMP and ODBC for integration with legacy systems or the system can be operated stand-alone with access to its on board database available through a standard browser. The system will also post data to any URL selected by the user in .CSV format compatible with Excel and other programs.

The products employ a custom designed housing and mounting system to ease installation with the flexibility to mix and match sensors to suit any need. The new designs include the TEHU-2120 integrated temperature transmitter, the TEHU-2121 Integral Temperature and Humidity Transmitter,  and the TEHU 2123 Tethered Temperature Transmitter featuring 3 sensors for rack level gradient measurements.

We are delighted to introduce this all new family of products whose design is based on years of experience and customer feedback" says Paul Richards, Wireless Sensors' CEO. "Our customers told us they needed flexible systems, easy to own, deploy and operate in order to optimize operations, prevent downtime, plan for capacity expansions and validate compliance with the latest ASHRAE guidelines. SensiNet was the perfect platform to build upon and the Rack Sentry line continues our commitment to supply cutting edge products for critical environmental monitoring".

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