Temperature Sensing Strips for Data Center Server Rack Cabinets
Patent pending Aurora Temperature Sensing Strips allow you to vividly see the cooling status of your server rack cabinets from across the data center. Even more, through the use of an optional wireless communication system the Aurora can be integrated into a BMS or DCiM solution. With Aurora you can be assured that potential cooling issues will be noticed and acted upon expeditiously. 8 temperature sensors are spaced 8" apart offering ample coverage for traditional cabinet doors or open frame racks.
Temperature sensors are thermally isolated to read air temperature and not the mounting surface or internal circuitry temperature, ensuring accurate air temperature readings. 3 user-selectable temperature sensitivity ranges that allow the Aurora to be used in a wide variety of customer environments. The optimal place to install the Aurora strips is on the front/supply side of the rack, since the Aurora strip is specifically designed to monitor air temperature that flows through the strip from front to back.
Server Rack Temperature Sensing Strips - Features:
- Physical Dimensions: 1.75"W x 69.38"L x 0.45"T
temperature sensing strips can accommodate both low and high input
voltages through its Auto-Switching Power Supply for 100V-240V
operation. Select 5-15P Input cord for 100-120V operation or C14 Input
cord for 200-240V operation.
Electrical Load: Approximately 15W
- Optional wireless communications. In wireless mode the Aurora strips transmit both the temperature and the unique sensor identifiers.
- Proudly manufactures in the USA
Rack Cabinet Temperature Sensing Strips - Performance:
- Lateral viewing angle 170 degrees
- Low Temperature Sensitivity Range (50 – 75 deg F) for data centers or IT spaces with low cold-aisle temperature set-points
- Middle (Default)Temperature Sensitivity Range (65 – 90 deg F) for data centers with temperature ranges that closely match the ASHRAE range of acceptable inlet temperatures
- High Temperature Sensitivity Range (70 – 95 deg F) for energy efficient data centers that use higher inlet temperature settings