||Temperature, Humidity / Dew Point
||SNMP (v1, v2c), Email & Email-to-SMS alerts, Alarm Escalations, Logging, XML & CSV Logs, 3 Access Account Levels, Interfaces IP Cameras
||Digital: 2 (sensor capacity of 4)
The WatchDog 15-P is a self-contained unit with on-board temperature and humidity/dew-point sensors along with built-in PoE. It has an input capacity of four external sensors.
The WatchDog 15 allows users to keep an eye on remote conditions from a secure web interface and receive SNMP, Email, and text message alert notifications when user-adjustable thresholds are exceeded.
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. The WatchDog 100 offers flexible access rights and security settings with up to three access account levels. It offers secure access through the web and supports HTTP and HTTPS protocols. Up to 50 customizable alarms can be configured with alarm escalations per sensor.
Up to four digital sensors can be connected using a standard splitter. A variety of optional plug-and-play sensors are available for use with the WatchDog 15 including but not limited to, temperature, humidity, airflow, power usage and more.
The WatchDog 15 is a compact solution weighing less than half a pound and sized to fit in a 1U space at 4"L x 1.5"H x 1.5'W, which is 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.
Easily view and log temperature, relative humidity / dew point and external sensors over the intranet or the Web. No software required - securely access the graphical user interface from a web browser.
Built-in Power over Ethernet (PoE) converges power and data in between the switch and the WatchDog 15-P, eliminating the need for electrical wiring. Power adapter is provided for applications without PoE support.
SNMP, Email & SMS Alerts
Trigger escalating alarms if temperature or humidity fall outside of specified parameters via SNMP (v1, v2c), email and SMS messages (e-mail to SMS gateway). For example, specify an email notification to one or more users at 70° F, add another layer of personnel to the email alarm at 80° F, add your third party contractor at 85° F...specify up to 50 alarms per unit.
Interface Network IP Cameras
The Web page interfaces up to four IP cameras (not included), allowing you a quick view of remote conditions, especially useful in event of alarm.
No Software Required
The WatchDog 15 is simple to install and use, requiring no special software other than a standard Web Browser. The WatchDog 15 connects to an Ethernet Network with a standard RJ45 connector and sends data in standard TCP/IP packets. It is easily configured with a simple menu using a Web Browser and can be password protected with 3 access account level types: Administrator, Control, View Only. From within an Intranet or over the Internet, the user can securely access the monitor by entering its IP address.
Temperature: -20° – 85°C, +/- 0.5 °C
Humidity: 0 to 100%, +/- 2%
Power: 6VDC power supply (included)
Ethernet: 10/100 Mbps, RJ-45 receptacle
Real Time Clock (RTC) with power backup
Reset IP push-button: restores factory defaults
Warranty: 1 year (extended warranties available)
HTTP/HTTPS: web access
Alarms: high/low values, multiple thresholds per sensor
ESMTP: email alerts, ESMTP auth
SNMP (v1, v2c): gets, trap and clear alerts, MIB
Paging: email to pager proxy
XML: meta-tagged sensor values, alarms, config
Syslog: send debug messages to Syslog server
Access-control: 3 access levels (admin, control, view only)
Web cams (optional): Up to four can be displayed
Compatible with WatchDog Console Aggregator
The WatchDog 15 carries the CE Mark and complies with EN 55022 Class A, FCC Part 15 Class B, and EN 55024 requirements.
Features Coming Soon (2013): Several new features are planned to become available in 2013, including support for IPv6 and SNMPv3. Existing customers will be able to add these new features to their WatchDog units via a firmware update.
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