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Guides to help you plan and implement your enviromnent monitoring system using AKCP monitors and sensors. AKCP have over thirty years experience designing and building networked environemnt monitors.

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  1. Customising the Web Interface on the AKCP SecurityProbe What is SNMP? SNMP stands for Simple Network Management Protocol. It is a system for managing network attached devices. All the AKCP monitoring devices support SNMP. What do I need? In this example I am assumng you are using a Windows machine. Other operating systems will be similar but the ...
  2. AKCP Sensor Compatibility Chart A comparison chart of all of the various AKCP environment monitors and the sensors they support. Your AKCP environment monitoring consists of one or more monitors like the sensorProbe2+ along with at least one sensor. There are a wide variety of sensors available from AKCP to detect a wide ...
  3. How to connect third party sensors to AKCP base units Using the AKCP 4-20mA converter or the new iDCV00 (Digital Voltmeter) it's possible to integrate many types of precision (or other third party) probes into AKCP base units. If the sensor required is not available from the AKCP range, just search the internet to find a suitable sensor. For ...
  4. AKCP SensorProbe/SecurityProbe Dry Contact Configuration A typical application for a dry contact output might involve monitoring the temperature in a room and turning ON/OFF an an air conditioner, a fan, or whatever if the temperature goes above or below a certain level. You would need a temperature sensor, a dry contact sensor, a relay, and a ...
  5. Guide to AKCP Temperature Sensors A guide to all of the temperature sensors available for your AKCP sensorProbe, sensorProbe+ and securityProbe monitors. This guide is for comparing the application of the various AKCP temperature and combined temperature & relative humidity sensors. If you wish to integrate more specialist ...
  6. Guide to AKCP Sensor Adaptors A guide to the sensor adaptors available for the AKCP range of environment monitors and why you would need them. Why do I Need a Sensor Adaptor? AKCP supply a range of temperature and combined temperature and relative humidity sensors. All of the sensors have a range of -55 to +125°C. The ...
  7. Guide to AKCP Maximum Sensor Cable Length An outline of the maximum cable length test results with different CAT cable for all AKCP sensors. The AKCP securityProbe and AKCP sensorProbe2+ were used during the test. Please note that AKCP does not recommend using your structured cabling system for extending the range of your AKCP sensors. ...
  8. Guide to AKCP End of Life Products A table outlining AKCP products that have reached End of Line (EoL) over recent years and which product or products replaces it.
  9. AKCP sensorProbe+ Buyers Guide The AKCP sensorProbe+ monitors are very capable environment monitors with a wide range of sensors available.. All sensorProbe+ models all feature auto detecting sensors, making adding extra sensors as easy as plugging it into an available port. On this page: Sensor Options AKCP sensorProbe+ ...
  10. AKCP securityProbe Buyers Guide The AKCP securityProbe monitors incorporate over 30 years experience AKCP have gained making network enabled thermometers. The securityProbes all feature auto detecting sensors, making adding extra sensors as easy as plugging it into an available port. On this page: Sensor Options AKCP ...
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