Vertiv Geist Watchdog 15 Environmental Monitor with On-Board Temperature and Humidity/Dew Point Sensors Built In


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    G1616 - Overview

    The Vertiv Geist Watchdog 15 is a self-contained unit with on-board (Built in) temperature and humidity/dew-point sensors. It has an input capacity of four external sensors.

    Keep an eye on remote conditions from a secure web interface and receive SNMP, e-mail, and text message alert notifications (via your carrier's email-to-SMS gateway) when user-adjustable thresholds are breached.

    The web interface provides an overview of environmental measurements with real time sensor data. All measurements are logged allowing users to collect data for trending and capacity management. Up to 50 customizable alarms can be configured with alarm escalations per device.

    Up to four digital sensors can be connected by daisy-chaining external sensors or using a standard splitter. A variety of optional plug-and-play sensors are available for use including but not limited to, temperature, humidity, airflow, power usage and more.

    The Watchdog 15 is a compact solution perfect for tight installments. With an operating range of -20° to 85° Celsius (-4° to 185° F), the Watchdog 15 can be used to monitor temperature, humidity and other environmental parameters in a variety of applications including IT, telecom, healthcare, food supply and others.

    The device interfaces up to four IP cameras (not included), presenting a quick view of remote conditions at login.

    Easily view and log temperature, relative humidity and dew point in addition to external sensors over the intranet or the Web. No software required - access the graphical user interface from a web browser.

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