Cabinet Analysis Sensor

Thermal Mapping
Cabinet Hotspots
Differential Pressure

Cabinet Analysis Sensor

Analysis of cabinet thermal properties and airflow

Airflow and Thermal Mapping for IT Cabinets

The Cabinet Analysis Sensor (CAS) features a cabinet thermal map for detecting hot spots and a differential pressure sensor for analysis of airflow. Monitor up to 16 cabinets from a single IP address with the sensorProbeX+ base units. The Wireless Cabinet Analysis Sensor is also available using our Wireless Tunnel™ Technology.

Differential Temperature (△T)

Cabinet thermal maps consist of 2 strings of 3x Temp and 1x Hum sensor. Monitor the temperature at the front and rear of the cabinet, top, middle and bottom. The △T value, front to rear temperature differential is calculated and displayed with animated arrows in AKCPro Server cabinet rack map views.

Differential Pressure (△D)

There should always be a positive pressure at the front of the cabinet, to ensure that air from hot and cold aisles are not mixing. Air travels from areas of high pressure to low pressure, it is imperative for efficient cooling to check that there is higher pressure at the front of the cabinet and lower pressure at the rear.

Rack Maps and Containment Views

With an L-DCIM or PC with AKCPro Server installed, dedicated rack maps displaying Cabinet Analysis Sensor data can be configured to give a visual representation of each rack in your data centre. If you are running a hot/cold aisle containment, then containment views can also be configured to give a sectional view of your racks and containment aisles.

 
 


Cabinet Analysis Sensor Technical Drawing

BOS L-DPTHM Diff Pressure and Temperature and Humidity Thermal Map
Dimension : 86mm X 111mm X 63mm
Mounting : Desktop, Wallmount, Din rail, Magnetic
Power source : 4xAA Internal recheargeable NiMH batteries or via micro-USB port
Power Consumption : TBD
Status Indication : LED indication for Connectivity
LED indication for Status
Components : Manufactured using highly integrated, low power surface mount technology to ensure long term reliability.
Operating Environment : Temperature : Min. -35° C – Max.80° C C
Humidity: Min. 20% – Max. 80% (Non-Condensing)
LoRa (R) Radio
Regional plans
– EU868 : 863~870Mhz
Max TX Power +14dBm
Duty Cycle 1%
– US915: 903~915Mhz
Max TX Power +17dBm
– AS923 : 923~925Mhz
Max TX Power +14dBm
Duty Cycle 1%
– KR920 (Korea) : 922~923Mhz
Max TX Power +14dBm
Duty Cycle 1%
– IL917 (Israel) : 915~917Mhz
Max TX Power +14dBm
Duty Cycle 1%
Certification : FCC Part15C, CE EN300220-2
   
Environment monitoring  
Temperature : 6x Temperature sensor values
3x Differential Temperature sensor values
Measurement Range : -40°C to +75°C
-40°F to +167°F
Measurement Resolution : 0.1°C increments
0.2°F increments
Measurement Accuracy Maximum ±0.3 at -40ºC, minimum ±0.3 at +25ºC and ±0.3 at +75ºC
Maximum ±0.6 at -40ºF, minimum ±0.6 at +25ºC and ±0.6 at +167ºF
   
Humidity : 2x Humidity sensor values
Measurement range : 0 to 100% Relative humidity
Resolution : 1%RH increments, 0.01%RH sensor reading
Accuracy at : 25°C ±2%RH
   
Differential Pressure : 1x Differential Pressure value
Measurement range : ± 125 Pa (±0.5 inH2O / ±1.25 mbar)
Resolution : 0.01 Pa increments
Accuracy at : 25°C ±0.5%
   
Dry Contact : 1x Discrete Dry Contact inputs
InputA49 : Switch type dry contact input: open or close
Edge counters
TypeA51 : – Isolated (5 to 24V DC/AC)
– 5V pull-up, non-isolated
   
Important Note : Note 1: for 5V pull-up non-isolated, they all share the same ground.
Care should be taken on grounding when connecting th inputs to the dry contacts
Note 2: for 5V pull-up non-isolated, don’t apply any voltage to the dry contact inputs



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