We have outsourced our server systems in an external data center! However, we want to monitor our server cabinets themselves. The racks are already densely packed and closet space is expensive. What size is the enclosure monitoring system of Didactum?
The Rack Monitoring Systems of Didactum need one rack unit (1U).
The width of the appliance is 44, the height 4.4 and the depth of 7.5 inches.
19 inch mounting bracket for mounting the control unit in the technical or server rack are included.
What is the internal temperature sensor in Didactum IT monitoring system?
All SNMP compatible Didactum monitoring systems are equipped with an internal temperature sensor.
This temperature sensor is used for measuring and monitoring the temperature inside the housing.
In the integrated logic of your Didactum monitoring system, you can set individual limits and the desired alert for this sensor.
We are a global company. What languages do the networked IT remote monitoring devices from Didactum® support?
Didactum`s multilingual web interface offers support for following languages (status 08/2016):
Currently in preparation is Chinese (Mandarin), Portuguese and Thai language support. Upon request, additional languages can be integrated into the WebGUI of Didactum network-enabled remote monitoring units.
Please contact the product management of manufacturer Didactum®.
What is included with the IP-capable Didactum Monitoring System 100 III?
In the scope of delivery of Monitoring System 100 III you find 1* monitoring device 100 III, 1* 100-240V 0.35A power supply, 1* sensor temperature, 1*10/100 CAT5E Ethernet patch cable, 1* USB 2.0 adapter cable MINI B-A W/F, 1*set of self-adhesive rubber feet, 1* connector for 4 dry contact inputs, 1* connector for 12VDC outputs, 1* EC certificate, 1* guarantee registration card, 1* English language quick start guide. For models with internal GSM modem 1* angle antenna is included. (State 07/2017).
I would like to attach the 100 III monitoring unit to the wall. Is that possible?
The 100 III monitoring device from manufacturer Didactum offers a mounting bracket for screws on the bottom side of the metal housing. The diagram below gives you information about the dimensions in millimeters.
I have seen that Didactum's IP capable monitors are equipped with a ground connection. What is this connection for?
Put simply, the grounding / earthing terminal is used for the functional grounding of the networked remote measuring and monitoring devices in the context of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
Which cable should I use if I want to put the IP sensors farther away from main sensor unit?
Most of our network enabled sensors are supplied with a 2 meter long RJ11/RJ12 connection cable as well as mounting material (mounting kit / screws). The sensors are connected to the IP-based monitoring system via Plug `n` Play and automatically identified.
If you want to install the Didactum analogue sensors farther away from the Didactum control unit, you can order suitable RJ11 / RJ12 extension cables as well as sensor cables in our online store. Important: Please note that the Didactum DC sensors are wired exclusively via 6-core 6P6C patch cable.
Which configurations / extensions are available on Didactum's Monitoring System 500 II?
The infrastructure remote monitoring devices 500 II and 500 II DC (48V DC power supply) are supplied as standard including the extension board (Part No. 14120). As an option, the internal GSM modem (Part No. 14108) is available. Alternatively, you can also order the internal 1-Wire module (Part No. 14110). Please note that when ordering the 500 II (DC) Monitoring System including 1-Wire module, it is not possible to install the extension board (Part No. 14120). However, the 500 II (DC) monitoring device incl. 1-Wire module can be equipped with the GSM modem.
Here again in short form:
- 500 II (DC) including extension board and GSM modem = possible
- 500 II (DC) including extension board and 1 wire board = not possible
- 500 II (DC) exclusive expansion board including 1 wire board and GSM modem = possible