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The AlertWerks ServSensor Junior is an affordable way to monitor smaller installations. It acts as the central hub of the AlertWerks environmental monitoring system in limited areas. Connect it to your network, attach AlertWerks Intelligent Sensors, and you're ready to remotely view the status of your data centers and other facilities. Choose monitors for temperature, humidity, or liquids. Or, know when server cabinet doors are open or closed and whether the cabinet is overheating. Use it for remote monitoring and management of devices such as HVAC systems, security equipment, UPSs, generators, and industrial equipment.
The ServSensor Junior features two autosensing RJ-45 ports for connecting any of the AlertWerks Intelligent Sensors. The ServSensor Junior is also available with no sensors included (EME102A) or as a kit with an AlertWerks Dual Temperature Humidity Sensor (EME104A).
The ServSensor Junior is smart. Its embedded Web server enables you to use a standard Web browser to view sensor status over any IP network - even the Internet. Check out the status of your data center from your office, from home, or from the road.
It's fully SNMP manageable, so you can integrate it easily into any SNMP-managed network and monitor it through standard SNMP software such as HP OpenView.
The built-in database maintains a time-stamped log of all events, so you can go back to see what happened and when it happened. The integrated data collection and graphing package is especially useful in spotting trends in security, detection of AC power line voltage, measurement of DC voltage, and control relays, and for providing historical information for analysis.
In addition to enabling you to passively monitor sensors, the AlertWerks ServSensor Junior actively alerts you when sensors exceed limits you determine. It can send alerts via SNMP or by e-mail.
The ServSensor Junior installs in minutes. Simply assign an IP address and connect to the embedded Web server. Plug in one or two of the Intelligent Sensors and the ServSensor's autosensing feature will recognize the type and automatically configure it.