Video & drawings illustrating the operation of the ServersCheck sensors

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Wondering how our units look like & how they work?
How our sensor probes connect to it?
No one likes to read a manual. Right?

So we did something different: grab some popcorn and relax while watching this 3 minutes video. You'll learn how a base unit is unboxed, powered and configured for the first time and how sensors are connected to the base unit.

Enjoy the show :-)

Further on this page you will also find easy to understand diagrams that explain how the solution works.

non-relevant transparent gif The base units and sensors are designed as environmental, power and security test equipment for industrial and commercial use only. They are lab tested against several industry standards.

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The basis: you need a sensor ①, a base unit ② (called the SensorGateway) and a switch ③

The basis of a ServersCheck hardware solution: sensor, base unit and a network

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The sensor connects to a base unit (SensorGateway) using a standard network cable. The network cable tranmits data and power between the base unit and the sensor. The maximum distance between a sensor and the base unit is 10m/30ft.

The sensor connects to the base unit over a standard network cable. Max distance is 10m/30ft

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The SensorGateway supports by default up to 2 sensors. With the optional SensorHub up to 8 sensors can be connected to a base unit.

The base unit supports up to 2 sensors by default or up to 8 with the optional sensorhub

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The SensorGateway connects to a switch over standard CAT5 or CAT6 UTP network cable. If your switch is PoE ready then the base unit will be powered over the network.

The base unit connects to a switch.