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Local and Remote Data Center Monitoring

Autonomous microprocessor-controlled modules provide supervision and control of data center infrastructure equipment, with the ability to monitor up-to-the-second status on system protection. Infrastructure monitoring information can also be integrated to centralized facility management.

OpenComms Webcard provides SNMP and web-based management to your UPS. The card gives you the power to monitor and control your Liebert UPS from not only your Network Management Station, but from any PC running Microsoft® Internet Explorer™. Connecting to your UPS is a simple as launching a web browser.

Microprocessor with multi-sensing, remote monitoring and remote control capabilities. Its advanced technology provides high-availability monitoring around the clock. The Universal Monitor can operate as an independent, stand-alone controller or in conjunction with Liebert SiteScan Web centralized monitoring system.
Temperature and humidity sensors provide accurate sensing of room temperature and humidity, transmitting the data via 4-20 mA output signal to the Liebert Universal Monitor.
Displays customized alarm indication for any dry contact input from environmental, power and UPS systems, including Liebert units. This remote system continuously surveys your most critical support equipment and instantly alerts you to alarm conditions. The unit monitors up to four digital inputs.
Easily installed in selected Liebert precision cooling systems to provide contact closure monitoring and reporting of system operation. The unit provides contact closure outputs, and reports status and major alarm conditions to an existing Building Management System, I/O or alarm panels, and autodialer devices.
Network switch that interconnects cooling units equipped with iCOM controls, allowing the units to communicate and function as a team, and allowing lead/lag operation.
Autochangeover controllers ideal for coordinated control of systems with redundant equipment, such as multiple environmental units or pumps. When the controller detects an alarm in an operating device, a standby device is enabled and the device in alarm is either disabled or left operating as configured.