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Our latest Dust/Dirt Sensor detects levels of contamination in server racks, under raised floors, distributed equipment rooms. Ideal for harsh environments to monitor levels of contamination which can cause equipment failures over time. The ADCCP http://www.adccp.org/industry-standards.htm#standards provides standards for server room cleanliness and our newest sensor assists in overall compliance, at the equipment level .
Uses an optical lens where you can self adjust the resolution . Alerting can be delivered with live camera view and as a result of having ” eyes on first” can save valuable equipment from having any problems and ensure uptime, and that operations and processes run smooth.
Detects Construction Debris, Filings, Dust, Cardboard , Rubber , and other materials; can offer quick resolution with video camera integration. It is the ultimate sensor for continuous monitoring of areas that can be affected by dust and debris. It is even more important to know what is happening at the rack level when equipment that runs processes are located in distributed warehouse areas, or remote locations. The dirt sensor provides an easy way to manage valuable assets and processes, and thereby assists in keeping operations running smooth.
Saving costs by eliminating downtime from simple dirt and debris adds incredible value to this sensor device.
PoE technology for LED lighting -benefits beyond efficiency
LED-based lighting is now a mainstream technology, replacing incandescent, halogen,
and compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) in commercial, industrial, and residential use.
The benefits of LEDs are well documented and include a longer operational life,
higher energy efficiency, and tiny size for small-form-factor fixtures.
Given their longer life, LEDs lower the access/safety risks and high labor costs of
replacing a hard-to-reach lamp. LEDs also costs less to operate. The brightness of the
light emitted by a 10W LED lamp is roughly equivalent to a 60W incandescent bulb.
PoE technology wins when you add the advanced benefits
of networking the lights using the Ethernet local area network (LAN)
Kentix PowerManager – IP Smart Metering with SNMP and more
the best way to bring legacy power systems to network
the best way to bring legacy power systems to network
We just launched our IP Wall Reader in October, featuring an illuminated touch-pin-pad. Opening doors is only possible with sufficient authorization and if desired, IP cameras can be integrated in order to increase physical security on the premises. Furthermore, a tethered access solution can now easily be connected with a radio-integrated version to one centrally administered system.
We set out to make the easiest to install, most accurate meter. We started with flexible Rogowski CTs because they’re compact, lightweight, and split-core for easy installation. But we didn’t like their accuracy. So we gave them a brain so they can digitally communicate with our meter. And then it dawned on us you’d appreciate not having high voltage at the meter where you make your digital connections. So we made the voltage connection at the CT itself. Suddenly, we were measuring current and voltage in a current transducer.
We christened it the “CVT” and called the patent attorney…
The Current/Voltage TransducerTM (CVTTM) measures both voltage and current, communicating the data digitally to the meter via plug-in low
Smart microprocessor enabled CVTsTM boast numerous benefits:
▪ Digitally calibrated CVTsTM are extremely accurate
▪ The accuracy is as high as a calibrated system, yet different CVTsTM can
be changed from meter to meter and the accuracy is maintained. A big
advantage for auditing, since your meter is not size specific.
▪ Plug and play installation— individual CVTsTM are digitally recognized by the
meter base and outputs are automatically scaled—no user set up is required.
▪Digital communication offers superior noise immunity compared to
traditional induced low-signal Rogowskis
▪All the high voltage connections are at the CVTTM
▪Rogowski CVTsTM are available in 4 sizes from 9” to 36” in circumference and
include several rating options from 300A to 6000A and are universally rated
Why Are Power Monitors Important?
What do Power Monitors do? Basically they monitor energy usage in a facility. This is a very critical system that most companies do not have in place. The only resource they have is their power bill that comes once a month. They see their monthly costs rising, but they do not know where they can conserve energy. Imagine operating a company without an accounting system. You do not know your income or your expenditures. This is the same for a company with no energy monitoring system; they have no clue that there are energy efficiencies in the company. Some companies prefer energy audits, rather than investing in a system. But what use is that in a year, in 5 years. Equipment changes, people change and all that knowledge is lost. If you install a system that tracks energy usage, then it is there for a very long time, and it works 24/7.
Recirculation barrier partitions are designed to restrict hot exhaust air from reaching the cold aisle in your rack array. The barriers are utilized by filling unoccupied spaces between racks, which provides for reducing inefficiencies in the Data Center’s air streams (CRAC’s / ACU’s). Easily increase efficiency without the costs of full containment . Easy flexibility that is easy to manage .
A factory finished solution, all barriers are manufactured in accordance with a rigorous Quality Control program. Each barrier installed improves thermal capabilities, while maintaining the performance and reliability of associated equipment.
Fire Retardant, translucent panels are attractive and facilitate transmission of service lighting.
Lab testing has indicated a 6.5˚ F drop in inlet temperature after the installation of a single unit within a row of racks. In working with IBM Research, it has been calculated that a single recirculation barrier has a ROI of 16.2 months on average based on 8.5 KWH.