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loadedmind 09-17-2012 02:09 PM

Monitoring/Recording Temp, Humidity
 
Hey all. I see several devices out there (weatherdirect, microdaq, etc) that have various offerings for tracking temp/humidity. I'm wondering who among you might have such a solution in place and whether it has the ability to automatically send notification should thresholds be reached.

Ideally, this device would be placed in the middle of the room and keep track of temperature and humidity at the very least. Additionally, it could log this data for up to a week. I guess while we're wishing here, if such a solution could remain plugged in so I'm not worrying over when to replace batteries, that would be ideal. We currently have a magnetized humidity/temp reader, but it only keeps track of real-time conditions.

I have a suspicion that the property owners (we're leasing) may not be holding up their end of the bargain with regards to A/C over the weekend. There have been times when I come in from the weekend to find the machines have rebooted themselves and I believe this is the result of overheating.

KenB 09-18-2012 05:43 PM

Your server's error log should tell you why it rebooted. If you're looking for a simple, network connected monitor that logs environmental data and emails alerts, we have used these successfully for years: http://www.akcp.com/products/base-un.../sensorProbe2/ .

Ken

netrackindia 01-21-2014 06:16 AM

Data Center Management with Softwares
 
The Best Practice in a data center is to monitor it by using softwares that are readily available.

There are n number of Data center solutions available for any data center problems in the industry.

Try management software for Data center. i hope it helps

Thanks,
Raj Netrack

Ironhead 07-15-2014 07:49 PM

we have used Wish sensors in clients area at their request. it is a great small scale monitoring system

Comodors 08-04-2014 07:58 AM

It's ideal for monitoring and recording laboratory or clean room temperature and humidity history.


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