A range of sensors are available for use with the Jacarta iMeter including the following:
- Temperature (0°C – +75°C)
- Temperature Extended Range (-40°C – +75°C)
- Thermocouple (-200°C – +500°C)
- Temperature/Humidity (0°C – +75°C & 0 – 100% )
- Water Leak Detection
- Smoke Detection
- Security Sensor (Door/Window)
- Power Failure
- PIR Motion
- Dry-Contact Cable (for connection to third-party equipment)
Receive Alerts to Alarm Conditions
A key component of any monitoring system is the ability to send effective alerts in the event of potential environmental threats. Depending on the device in use, users can be alerted to problems via:
- Audio Visual Alarm Beacon
- SMS Text Messages (using an optional modem)
- Telephone Voice alerts (using an optional modem)
- Dry-Contact Relay Output
- SNMP set commands sent to existing systems
- On-screen Alerts
The alerting matrix featured on our iMeter and iMeter Lite allows customised alerts to be sent to key personnel. For example, in the event of a temperature-related problem, an email alert can be sent directly to the facilities management staff, whereas a security breach may trigger a phone call to security personnel. Users can also define custom escalation procedures helping to ensure that any threats to network infrastructure are dealt with before any serious problems are caused.
Log Data For Analysis and Audit
Below is an example graph showing historical data collected by a temperature sensor connected to the iMeter Lite device.
Integration with Facilities and BMS
In many warehouse facilities, there will be existing systems such as UPS, BMS, security and fire suppression systems.
This integration can function both ways as well, with the
As an Input Device:
As an Output Device:
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Article courtesy of Jacarta.