Thermal Imaging Temperature SensorNew Product or Feature

The world's first SNMP & Modbus temperature monitoring sensor that tells you what it actually sees. 4800 temperature measurement points in one image, analysed every 2 seconds.

An innovation from ServersCheck. Patents Pending

Power Over Ethernet (PoE) - Web - Modbus - SNMP - SNMP Traps - Email - SMS - Voice Call - Rack Mountable - Industrial Grade
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One image says more than a thousand words

A traditional temperature sensor tells you what it senses, a thermal imaging sensor tells you what it sees.

The image has a 507deg; FOV angle and captures in one image 4800 temperature monitoring points.

The thermal image is refreshed every 2 seconds and can be accessed upon request using any web browser or via SNMP & Modbus
Example ServersCheck Thermal Picture
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Flir logo
FLIR inside

Made in the USA, FLIR is the leader in thermal imaging. With FLIR inside, we chose for the best technology at the best price.
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4800 temperature sensors into one

With its 80x60 resolution, the thermal camera senses for temperature in 4800 points compared to 1 point for a traditional temperature sensor.

It is very difficult to detect thermal runaways with a traditional temperature sensor as the HVAC system will try to compensate it. The thermal imaging camera sensor scans the temperature non stop in 4800 points.
Thermal Camera Sensor Ad
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Monitors warmest and coldest points
Monitors high and low thresholds

checks every 2 seconds the 4800 sensor points to see if all measurements are within the low and high range.

The high and low temperature readings are being accessed as separate, discrete values through SNMP, Modbus and XML.
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SNMP & Modbus Thermal Imaging

ServersCheck offers the first thermal imaging sensor that can be accessed by Network Management Systems via SNMP or Building Management Systems via Modbus. It returns 2 values: the highest and the lowest temperature recorded, every 2 seconds.
Modbus & SNMP Support
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Thermal camera has a 50 degree Field Of View
50° Field Of View

The thermal camera has a 50° lens allowing to cover a wide area. It scans every 2 seconds for 4800 temperature points at 1° accuracy in a 0°C to 65°C temperature range
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illustration showing how the thermal sensor works

How It Works

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. Up to 2 thermal image sensors per SensorGateway are supported.

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Technical Specifications

Thermal Image Temperature Sensor Probe (ENV-THIMG)
Thermal imaging sensor small Thermal sensitivity: <50 mK (0.050° C)
Temperature Accuracy: +/- 1°C from 0°C to +65°C / 32°F to 149°F
Field Of View (FOV): 50° horizontal - 63.5° vertical
Spectral range: Longwave infrared, 8 µm to 14 µm
Resolution: 80x60 pixels
Operability: >99% of non-defective pixels. Only single-pixel defects are allowed (no clusters)
Distance: Can detect IR heat from up to approximately 30m/90ft
Readings in Celsius or Fahrenheit
Certified Operating temperature range: -10°C to +65°C (14°F to +149°F) in PoE mode
Operating humidity range: < 90% rH (non-condensating)
Dimensions: 74 mm (2.9") x 66 mm (2.59") x 22 mm (0.8")
Housing: Orange metal case with status led
0U Rack mountable or Wall mountable
Maximum up to 2 thermal sensors per SensorGateway with or without Expansion Hub
SensorGateway small Sensor connects to & is managed by the SensorGateway. Requires the latest generation of SensorGateway (v5.1)
Communication protocols to probe through SensorGateway: SNMPv2,v3 XML HTTP and Modbus TCP
RJ45 small Connects via regular straight RJ45 cable to the SensorGateway.
Maxmimum distance between probe and SensorGateway is 10m/33ft

The sensors are factory calibrated to produce an output image that is highly uniform. Drift effects over long periods of time degrade uniformity, resulting in imagery which appears more grainy and/or blotchy. The sensor is designed to detect thermal runaways. If no corrective action is taken then operation over a wide temperature range (for example, powering on at -10 C and heating to 65 C) will also have a detrimental effect on image quality.