Originally designed for server rooms & data centers to detect water under raised floors, the ServersCheck flooding sensor can be used many different applications where water detection is critical.
Water damage is probably the most unknown environmental threat for a data center, equipment room or remote infrastructure site. Water in a server room can come from multiple sources:
- defect air conditioning systems
- leakage from pipes running through the facility
- leakage in rooms next or above the location monitored
- leakage from the roof
- traditional flooding
Water is often not visible as most computer rooms are equipped with a raised floor. When early detected, catastrophic damage to the systems and data can be avoided.
The sensor can also be used to monitor water leaks from pipes running in your facility like fro; humidification pipes, water cooling, condensation pipes, ... The cable can be attached on the lower part of the pipes.
ServersCheck offers a low cost sensor for monitoring water leaks, wetness and flooding 24x7. This sensor can detect water or moisture present on floors, leaks in pipes, under raised floors and more.
The default cable length is 20ft / 6m and can be extended to 100ft / 30 m.
The sensor when connected to the SensorGateway can generate alerts via email, SMS and SNMP Traps.
|Technical Specifications - Flooding Sensor Probe|
|Operating temperature range: 0ºC to +75ºC (32ºF to +167ºF) in PoE mode
Operating humidity range: < 90% rH (non-condensating)
|Sensor Housing Dimensions: 65 mm (2.5") x 95 mm (3.74") x 55 mm (2.16")
Sensor Housing Material: IP 65 plastic housing
Sensor Housing Colour: light gray
RJ45 cable Gland protection rating: IP 68
|Water Sensitive Cable: 6meter - 20ft cable to detect water on floors.
Cable can be extended to 100ft - 30m
Cable has to be put on the floor (under raised floor) or under pipes when monitoring water leaks from pipes.
|Provides a WET/DRY indication in Sensorgateway|
|The sensor probe connects to and is managed through the connected SensorGateway (v5)|
|Communication protocols to probe through SensorGateway: SNMPv2,v3 and HTTP|
|Connects via regular straight RJ45 cable to the SensorGateway. Maxmimum distance between probe and SensorGateway is 10m/33ft|