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- Order number: E_14005
- EAN 0720089658526
- Additional Text: Didactum Monitoring System 100
Monitoring System 100 III – networked monitoring system for wiring closets and server room environments
The advanced Monitoring System 100 II is the entry level model of the high-end surveillance systems. This monitoring appliance is designed and manufactured within the EU. The engineering and support of the Didactum SNMP-enabled monitoring devices are located in Germany.
Important features of this Didactum IP-based surveillance system are:
- Completely automated and imbedded operation, no software installation required
- Multilingual Web Interface (English / French / German / Italian / Korean / Polish / Russian / Spanish / Turkish)
- Fully SNMP v1 / v2c / v3 compatible for integration into NMS and SNMP monitoring tools. SNMP MIB Files and Nagios plugins included.
- 4x auto-sensing ports for up to 4 IP-enabled Didactum sensors
- 1x CAN Bus port (Controller Area Network) for additional CAN-Units and digital CAN-Sensors
- 4x inputs for remote dry contact monitoring
- 2x 12V 0.25A relay outputs for sirens or for building control
- 1x internal Quad-band GRPS- / GSM-Modem (ordered separately) for SMS-Alerts
- 1x 1-Wire extension unit for Access Control (ordered separately)
- Comprehensive notification and alarm functions such as E-mail, SMS (GSM modem required) and / or SNMP traps
- Includes 1x IP temperature sensor
Compact Monitoring System for sensitive wiring closets and server rooms
The network-based Monitoring System 100 III is very versatile. Thanks to the extensive range of the analog sensors, you can equip this LAN-based monitoring device with individual sensors. Each analog sensor is equipped with its own OID (Object Identifier). The 3rd generation of Monitoring Systems 100 is equipped with CAN Bus port. CAN (Controller Area Network) is an industrial bus standard.
Here you can attach the optional Sensor Expansion Unit or addtional CAN sensors. Up to 32 sensors can be controlled in realtime by a single Monitoring System 100 III. The total length of CAN bus can be up to 225 meters (738 ft). All of the Monitoring System 100 III connected sensors can directly queried (polled) using SNMP commands via TCP/IP network or Internet.
We provides real-time monitoring of key environmental and safety factors, including critical sensors:
- Temperature sensors for precise measurement and control of room temperature
- Humidity sensors for measuring and monitoring the humidity of the ambient air (static)
- Combined temperature and humidity sensors using only one port of your monitoring unit
- Smoke detectors for the reliable detection of a smoldering fire and flames
- Water Sensors for precise alerts when water damage is immanent
- Water leakage cables in individual lengths of up to 50 meters for monitoring double floors, walls, ceilings or (water) pipes.
- Door contact sensors for monitoring doors of switching, network or server cabinets
- Siren sensors with built-in strobe light for the audio visual alarms
- AC- and DC- voltage sensors and transducers for network-based monitoring of power
- PIR motion detectors for remote security monitoring of mission critical (IT-) infrastructure
- Combined smoke, humidity and temp sensors and many more…
In order to ensure trouble-free operation of the measurement sensors in a server room and in industrial environments, the engineers decided consciously to use only wired sensors! This decision was based on testing of EMI and other factors that wireless sensors are effected by and could be unreliable. The network-enabled temperature sensor is already included so that you can create a network or Web-Thermometer. Simply connect the temperature sensor with the included patch cable. Then connect the sensor cable to one of the 4 sensor connections of the monitoring system. The temperature sensor is then autosensed immediately and detected by the monitoring system and listed in the German Web GUI. The temperature sensor can be extended up to 100 meters from the base unit so that a measurement and monitoring of important environmental factors such as temperature in other rooms is possible. The wiring of the sensors is carried out with inexpensive RJ-11 patch cable.
Integrated data logger with XML- and CSV export functions
The temperature and humidity values are measured by the sensors in real time and saved in the data logger of IP-based remote measurement system. You can view the measurements within the HTML5 web interface where the diagrams can be displayed and evaluated directly. These temperature measurements that are monitored within the critical areas and equipment determines whether the required room temperature has been complied to during the framework of detection, controls and audits. This allows the temperature sensor data stored on the unit can be easily exported in CSV format or XML for further processing with MS Excel. The recorded measured values in real-time can also be used for data visualization, for example the RRD tool Cacti or it can easily be transferred.
Comprehensive notification and alarm functions of the monitoring system
The Monitoring System 100 II is designed for 24/7/365 monitoring of mission-critical facilities and equipment. During the design process the existence of fans or portable hard drives was deliberately omitted. Not sacrificing users on extensive types of notifications and alerts! Thus, critical events, such as too high a temperature, system via email, SMS are reported (via optional Quad-Band GSM Modem) or SNMP Trap from monitoring. In the multlilingual WebGUI of IP-based remote monitoring system, logic operations and individual alarm schedules can be easily defined.
The air conditioning in server room fails. The temperature sensor detects a critical increase of temperature to 30 ° Celsius. There upon the Monitoring System 100 III sends multiple email notifications to responsible admins and IT decision makers. The responsible building engineer is alerted via SMS from the monitoring unit, including an indication of the critical reading and alert (GSM modem required). The Nagios Management System (NMS) that is installed in the headquarters is informed by the remote monitoring device via SNMP traps. At the same time the siren / strobe light alarm on system is triggered. In addition the building control gets an alert via the relay circuit.
The logic contained in IT Monitoring System permits a practical illustration of contingency plans. All events and state changes are recorded in the syslog of the remote monitoring unit. Per FTP upload the Syslog can automatically be sent to the headquarters and further evaluated.
Remote Dry Contact Monitoring over TCP/IP-based network
Many devices and systems in homes and commercial buildings are equipped with relays or alarm contacts. For example, via the two-wire technology signal these can be heating systems, air conditioning systems, ventilation systems, fire alarm systems, UPS systems, emergency power systems, emergency generators or reed contacts including important status and maintenance messages. Up to 4 of these dry contacts can be attached to the Monitoring System 100 III.
Optional video monitoring of servers and equipment space
Using the All-in-One Monitoring System 100 III this unit can also take pictures via a USB video camera. The videos can be forwarded by eMail or SMS (via optional GSM Modem) to security personnel. Increase the security of your technology or server space by introducing a low-cost video surveillance system.
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|Delivery of this Package:||Didactum Monitoring System 100 III; EU-execution; external 230V AC power supply.|
|Didactum Sensor Temperature:||Didactum Sensor Temperature, 4-wired patch cable RJ11 (2m), 4.8×16mm screw, double sided sticker.|
|Didactum Monitoring System 100 III|
|IP monitoring: via web, SNMP, manually via SMS (order GSM modem separately)|
|Control: Administrative 3-level control of sensors and output contacts with login|
|Firmware: Free firmware updates within Didactum Lifetime Support|
|Interface: HTML-5 WebGUI. Multi-Lingual. Configuration via internet browser (Internet Explorer is NOT supported).|
|LAN: Ethernet 10 / 100Mbit|
|CPU: ARM CPU with 300 MHz, fanless|
|Virtual: Sensors Yes|
|Network protocol: DHCP, HTTP, HTTPS, SSL, SNMP, SNMP, SMTP, SSL, CAN, FTP, Syslog, Radius, TLS|
|Alarm types: FTP, Syslog, SMTP, SNMP, SMS (GSM modem order separately), 2 output contacts|
|Dry contacts: 4x dry contact ports for digital / potential-free contacts|
|Sensor Ports: 4x RJ11 Auto Sensing Sensor Ports|
|Alarm output: 2x 12VDC relay|
|LEDs: built-in LED lights for status display|
|Clock: integrated clock with NTP time synchronization|
|USB: 1x 2.0 HS Mini USB for optional USB video camera or USB memory stick|
|Recording power approx. 8 watts|
|Power supply: External EU power supply 12V, 500mA|
|Dimensions: 14 x 3.5 x 8 cm (without rack mount kit)|
|Permissible operating environment: -10 to + 80 ° Celsius with rel. Humidity from 5 to 80% (non-condensing).|
|Net weight 0.5 kg|
|Didactum Sensor Temperature|
|Operating temperature||-40… +100°С|
|Maximum distance||100 meters|
|Customs code||9025 11 800 0|
|Installation||On the bottom there is a ledge with Ø4.5mm and height 1mm and a mounting hole in 50mm from it for fastening the sensor using 4.8×16 mm screw.|
|Connection||Temperature sensor contains RJ-12 jack and is connected to an analog input of a system unit. Determination of type of sensor and connection occur automatically.|
We configured this SNMP environment monitor in less than 15 minutes.
We configured this SNMP environment monitor in less than 15 minutes. Well worth the cost. I would recommend to a friend.
The alerts are great. Highly recommend for HVAC issues! User friendly and good support.
The alerts are great. Highly recommend for HVAC issues! User friendly and good support.
Very nice temperature & environmental monitoring probe.
Very nice temperature & environmental monitoring probe. It's sturdy. Can't beat it for the price! Rick M.