Protect The Remote Location With Wireless Thermometer

The increased use of blade servers has made control of heat and humidity in server racks even more critical that it used to be some time ago. Since these units increase the density in each rack, therefore a lot of heat is generated. This makes it essential to have alarm sensors at the rack level, because a single server overheating will not raise the room temperature to significant levels to set off the room alarms. The wireless thermometer provided complete solution for the safety and protection of remote location and let you to stay informed about the environmental changes.

Ensure Maximum Safety With Wireless Thermometer

These alarms can at the rack, by emails or by SNMP or by all three depending on the type of system installed. There are several different types of temperature system. These systems can include single units or an integrated set of sensors that covers a wider area. Such systems can cover a large prospect area with a single unit and these can quite eminently help reduce the risk of server over heat that can pose serious threat to your data.

Another kind of environment sensor is the humidity monitor that works wirelessly for humidity temperature monitoring recommended by TempGenius. Similar to temperature monitoring system the humidity monitor is equally important for large to small sized businesses. We all know very well the threat that humid environments can pose to any system. Besides rusting hardware, humidity can even cause short circuits and fires. Similar the temperature monitor, these humidity sensors detect the changing levels of moisture in air and set off the alarms in critical conditions, so that you can use some dehumidifying techniques to catch away extra moisture from the place.

All the monitoring solutions are ideal for diverse specifications and if you really need a web-based solution for your home or any other location then simply prefer to TempGenius.

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