securityProbe5E - an intelligent sensor monitoring device for data centers and remote site locations

securityProbe5E

The only remote monitoring system you’ll ever need.

Monitor the physical environment and receive alerts of any disturbances, such as unauthorized intruders, security breaches, high temperatures, smoke, water leakages, power outages and more.

  • Product Code: SEC5E

Monitor the physical environment and receive alerts of any disturbances, such as unauthorized intruders, security breaches, high temperatures, smoke, water leakages, power outages and more.

Compatible with the AKCP range of Intelligent Sensors, the SEC5E provides a complete environmental, access control and security solution for up to 500 connected sensors.

The securityProbe5E has a Linux Operating System running an iMX25 CPU. An additional 2 Gigabytes SD card can be installed to provide greater storage capacity.

An internal GSM cellular modem is available as an option for sites with unreliable network connections.

Networked Monitoring

It is TCP / IP compliant and runs lighttpd web server including https (SSL), Bash, Perl, Telnet, PHP, Email and Nagios.

The SEC5E has an easy-to-use web-based user interface for sensor configuration, data collection and visual graphing.

The SEC5E supports SNMP v3 with full encryption.

The securityProbe 5ESVA also supports Modbus Master / Slave, Modbus RTU and Modbus over TCP / IP creating a unique, easy to configure Modbus to SNMP gateway.

The web-based interface is written in PHP allowing end-user changes such as language translation. The SEC5E has a battery time of day clock for accurate record keeping.

Specifications

Dimension Size 8.5″ x 5.43″ x 1.80″
Weight 1 Kg
Expansion Port 2x RJ-45 Expansion Ports
115.2K BPS Data Transfer Rate
Simultaneous functionality between Expansion Ports &
RS485 port threshold status
Mounting 1U Rack Mount Standard
Rack mount brackets included
Compatible with AKCP’s DIN and rack mount trays
Power External 7.0 – 9 VDC 3A Power Adapter
Input Voltage and Current ratings : 100V~240V – 1A

Optional
– DCW : external +/- 40~60V DC input

Power Consumption Typical 5.025 Watt, 0.67A
Status Indication LED indication for power
LED for network connectivity
LED for sensor online and threshold status
Components Manufactured using highly integrated, low power surface mount technology to ensure long term reliability.
CPU: AKCP i.MX25 Processor
128 MB On-Board NAND Flash
HC SD Memory Slot on-board (up to 16GB)
Operating Environment Temp : Min. -35° C – Max. +55° C
Humidity : Min. 20% – Max. 80% (Non-Condensing)
MTBF 400,000 Hours
Connectivity Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
Optional Internal 3G/4G modem
   
Inputs 8x RJ-45 Sensor Ports
2x RJ-45 Expansion Ports
1x USB 2.0 Modem Port
Audio In (Analog) 2.5″ jack
Internal Microphone
RS485, 2 Pin Terminal box, (used for Modbus)
Outputs Configurable output signals (0VDC/5VDC) on any of the 8 RJ-45 sensor ports
Internal Speaker Out
Ext. Speaker Out, 2.5” jack (Analog)
Mic Out, 2.5″ jack (Analog) (For modem application)
Expansion Boards 8 Port Intelligent Sensors Module (E-Sensor8)
16 Port Dry Contacts Module (E-opto16) (Maximum of 500 Sensors)
Cabinet Control Unit (DCU) (Up to 25 Per Chain)
Extendable up to 1,000 Feet or 300 meters
Expansion modules are daisy chainable
   
Video – Analog 4x Analog Video BNC input, powered externally
 * resolution 320×240 or 640×480
 * type : NTSC or PAL
4x PTDC controller ports
NOTICE : MODBUS POLLING INTERVALS
Setting the modbus polling interval can be complex. If the polling interval is too fast and if there are many registers to poll and many PMS on the same modbus line there may not be enough time to complete all of the polling. If you have any questions please contact support and we will be happy to help you.
  • Embedded web server displays sensor information and live video from connected cameras
  • Control PTDZ cameras directly from the web interface
  • Record digital video to remote servers or internal memory, or send live images to your own website
  • Connect Digital Cameras, and simultaneously display images up to 640×480 resolution
  • Receive notifications of anomalous events via email, SMS / MMS, SNMP traps, and many more
  • Integrates with network management systems via SNMPv1 and Encrypted SNMPv3
  • Stream video and sensor information directly to your cellphone or PDA
  • Ability to connect external GPRS / GSM modem, Bluetooth and WiFi USB adapters
  • Uses Linux operating system for maximum stability and flexibility
  • Virtual Sensors monitor power, Modbus, network devices, and other SNMP based equipment
  • Built-in graphing and data logging, internally or to a remote PC
  • Platform independent; free firmware upgrades and utilities from AKCP
  • Monitor up to 500 intelligent sensors using expansion modules ( E-Opto 16 and E-Sensor 8 )
  • Compatible with complete range of AKCP Intelligent Sensors
  • Full Modbus support : Modbus Master / Slave, Modbus RTU, Modbus over TCP / IP
securityProbe 5ESVA’s OnBoard Architecture

Up to 8 of AKCP’s Intelligent Sensors can be connected to the securityProbe 5E. When plugged in, sensors automatically configure themselves and go ‘online’. Using the either the E-sensor8, or the E-opto16 expansion modules, up to 500 sensors can be connected to a single unit. Our easy-to-use port numbering system allows you to setup the securityProbe 5E within minutes.

  • AKCP iMX25 CPU
  • 128 MB OnBoard NAND Flash
  • 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Port
  • 1x USB 2.0 Modem Port
  • 4x BNC Video Ports
  • RS485 Ports
  • Internal Audio Speaker
  • Internal Microphone
  • 8 Full AutoSense RJ-45 Ports (Maximum of 500 Sensors)
  • 2x RJ-45 Expansion Ports
Applications

PTDCConnect up to 4 External Cameras
The securityProbe 5E can display pictures from a
maximum of four Digital Cameras simultaneously
in several sizes, up to 640×480 pixels resolution.

AKCP cameras are used in professional surveillance
and CCTV monitoring systems. A built-in pan-tilt
controller interface allows complete control of pan
and tilt cameras using the industry standard Pelco D bus.

 

Sensor Graphing

The securityProbe 5E integrates and displays graphs of all sensor data in its web-based user interface. The individual graph (day, week, month and year) for each sensor type can be customized, simply by modifying the script template used to generate a particular graph. RRD tool is used to build an embedded database of sensor data.

This data can be accessed from the web interface, or downloaded to a remote PC. MRTG can be used to generate real-time graphs of sensor data on a remote website.

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Notifications & False Message Filter

Notifications

Up to 8 of AKCP’s Intelligent Sensors can be connected to the securityProbe 5ESVA. When plugged in, the sensor automatically configures itself and goes online. Using the either the E-sensor 8, or the E-opto 16 expansion modules, up to 500 sensors can be connected to a single unit. Our easy-to-use web based interface allows you to setup the securityProbe 5ESVA within minutes. When online, the sensors use their 4 levels of threshold checking and report any status change.

Notifications and alarms can be dependent on the states of multiple sensors, and can be configured to escalate in severity over time. The notification system can alert
you of a problem via email, SMS messages and telephone calls, (additional hardware required), or send a message to any commercial network monitoring system using SNMP traps. The securityProbe 5ESVA can automatically switch a relay on or off, wake-up or shutdown a remote server, send pictures and data via FTP, send a FAX, run your custom script and many more versatile functions.

The securityProbe 5ESVA can automatically push out the complete status of the unit and sensors via the Heartbeat Message feature. This can be setup to be sent through e-mail, SMS or SNMP traps. A HTTP get script can also be chosen, allowing the data to be pushed to web servers.

False Message Filter

In order to prevent false alarms, the securityProbe 5ESVA allows extensive filtering of events. You can limit events based on the time of day or the day of the week. You can also limit the number of alerts per hour, so that you are not swamped with many messages. This is especially important with the sensor like the motion detector where you may want to process an event only when the business premises are closed.

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