Noise triggered security sensor

Temperature Sensor

OSHA HCAHPS
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key security sensor features
no pc required for the ServersCheck to operate once configured - compact plug & play security sensor.
- connects to & powered by the base unit.

- sensor accuracy ±1db
- sensor range from 10db to 90db.
- 0U rack, din rail or wall mountable.
- designed for indoor use.
- steel inclosure
- industrial grade.

Power Over Ethernet (PoE) - Web - Modbus - SNMP - SNMP Traps - Email - SMS - Voice Call - Rack & DIN rail mountable - Industrial Grade
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ServersCheck Internet Technology Companies customers
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Some of ServersCheck's government customers
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Technical Specifications - Security Noise Sensor Probe (SEC-SOUND)

Sound (db) Resolution: 1 db precision
Sensor range: from 10db to 90db
Dimensions: 74 mm (2.9") x 66 mm (2.59") x 22 mm (0.8")
Housing: Orange metal case with status led
The SensorGateway is required for this sensor.
Requires SensorGateway v5.1+ with firmware 8+
Network communication protocols: SNMPv2,v3 XML, JSON, HTTP and Modbus TCP
Operating temperature range: 0C to +75C (32F to +167F)
Operating humidity range: < 90% rH (non-condensating).
Sensor connects via regular straight RJ45 cable to the SensorGateway.
Maxmimum distance between probe and SensorGateway is 100m/330ft when using a CAT6 or CAT7 cable (subject to cable quality and interference)
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About the Security Sound Sensor Probe.

Data Centers, server rooms, equipment rooms are all running with most of the time nobody in there. Everything is monitored by staff from another room. Often when something goes wrong a loud noise may be heard (loud bang, fans making abnormal sound, ...) Who will notice if no one is in the facility? No one.

To improve monitoring, we developed a digital sound meter probe that continously monitors the decibels in the room it is installed at. You let the sensor run to get the normal sound level of your room and set the maximum (or minimum) alarm level in decibels accordingly. By connecting the sensor to the base unit, you have an ip and ethernet enabled sensor that runs on its own. No other software or hardware required.

Of course the more racks or equipment you have the more of the sound sensors you'll need as an abnormal noise may be heard in the vincity of the location where the incident occured, but may not be heard on the other side of the room.