HEAT RIMS Data Sheet
Each HEAT RIMS allows for real-time monitoring of critical environmental conditions.
Environmental conditions such as excessive heat are one of the leading causes of equipment failure. Excessive temperatures, water leaks, and unauthorized human access to the data centers are common threats. It’s often impractical to have IT staff physically check conditions of each server within a data center, which increases the importance of having an automated server environment monitoring system.
Each remote sensor is a Daisy Chain Sensor, so multiple RIMS can be plugged into any RPM Console Manager (CM) sensor port. RIMS can be up to 1000 ft. away from the RPM CM with no external power needed. Because each RIMS can store its own readings, there are no data logging delays.
Each RIMS data center temperature monitor has a battery backed clock so you can be assured each data point is properly recorded. RIMS generate events when thresholds are broken. The events are then communicated by the RPM CM via e-mail, SNMP trap, or SMS modem. The RPM CM stores alarm logs and graphs the RIMS stored data.
Features and Benefits:
- Monitor temperature, humidity, and airflow from built-in sensors
- One dry contact port – optionally add sensor to detect smoke, water, security, motion, etc. (Dry contact sensors / detectors are listed below)
- Temperature Sensor: Scale: -50? C to 150? C Accuracy: +- 0.6? C at 25? C
- Humidity Sensor: Scale: 0 to 100% RH Accuracy: +-2% at 25? C