The ultimate in modular design rack environmental monitor design. Design a solution to your problem and buy just the features you need.
The AKCP sensorProbeX+ is the latest generation of sensorProbe device that allows for 1U or 0U mounting in your data center cabinets. With a low profile design it utilises less cabinet space.
The sensorProbeX+ employs a modular design, allowing you to build your unit to suite your own requirements. You only pay for the features you need.
You can count on a wide range of environmental and security monitoring sensors including thermal mapping sensors for identifying cabinet hotspots and RFID swing handle locks to secure your cabinets.
For remote sites an internal GSM cellular data modem can be installed to maintain connectivity and send alerts.
AKCess Pro Server
Take control of the data center power distribution, sensor monitoring, access control and security cameras, all from a central location.
Create custom maps of data rooms. Overlay power outlets, environmental sensor, access points and security cameras.
Deploy a hierarchy of notifications using SMS, email or relay action to trigger corrective action. Monitor cabinet security and record video events of unauthorised cabinet entry attempts and more...
The MCU module is the core of theSPX+. A mandatory module, it forms the base configuration of every unit. With 4x intelligent sensor ports you can begin to monitor a wide variety of sensors. An ethernet port provides network connectivity and an expansion port gives compatibility to AKCP expansion modules such as the E-Sensor8 and E-Optio16.
The MCU is available as a hot-swap module, allowing you, in the event of failure, to easily swap out the module yourself and install a replacement without needing to return the whole unit to us.
|sensor4 modules give additional intelligent sensor ports, allowing you to build your SPX+ to your requirements. Connect a wide range of intelligent sensors and smartRack sensors such ans the thermal map sensors and RFID Swing Handle Locks.|
|Dry contact modules can be added in 10x or 20x blocks. The dry contacts can be specified to be I/O, isolated input only (internal 5V), isolated input only (external 5-20V). Dry contacts can be used to monitor a variety of third party devices and alarm panels.|
|A 3G GSM cellular data modem module can be added to your SPX+ to give a primary or backup method of communication. Send SMS and email alerts directly from hte device through the cellular network. Ideal for remote site locations and those with unreliable DSL connections.|
- Monitor rack air inlets and outlets using the Thermal Map sensors, to identity cabinet hotspots and potential energy savings due to over cooling;
- Monitor temperature, relative humidity, air flow and lots more;
- Control cabinet access with RFID Swing Handle Cabinet Locks;
- Features SNMPv3, HTTPS, VPN and encrypted email.
Thermal Map Sensors
|Dimensions||44cm Width x 46cm Height low profile design|
|Expansion Port||Supports connections of all available AKCP expansion modules including E-Sensor8 and E-Opto16|
|Mounting||0U Toolless rack mount, optional wall mount brackets, horizontal 1U mounting or DIN rail brackets|
External 5V 2A Power Adapter
Input Voltage and Current ratings: 100V~240V - 0.22A
|Status Indicators||LED indication for power, network connectivity, sensor online and threshold status|
|Components||Manufactured using highly integrated, low power surface mount technology. All units undergo a minimum of 48 hour burn in cycle to detect failure|
Temperature: Min. -35C - Max 70C
Humidity: Min. 20% - Max 80% (Non condensing)
|MTBF||1,400,000 hours based on field experience with sensorProbe units|
4 x Sensor ports for connecting AKCP sensors or swing handle cabinet locks
1 x Expansion out port (optionally used for Modbus)
1 x 10/100 ethernet port
Maximum of 150 onlined sensors including expansion units and virtual sensors.
Reduced to 50 if VPN is enabled
4 x sensor ports module for connecting AKCP sensors or swing handle cabinet locks
10 x or 20 x dry module
3G cellular data modem with external antenna (GSM/CDMA)
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