The Climate Monitors from Swiftalert, offer a range of protection for server room environments incorporating temperature monitoring, humidity sensors and water sensors and can include, for high-level security, intruder alerts and video surveillance.Unsure which unit is right for you? Please call +44(0)1491 410913 to speak with our team.
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Every IT data centre is susceptible to potential damage through environmental factors – whether it is through overheating, power outages, water damage or breached security. Companies of all sizes, across all sectors, must protect their IT investments, and this can be achieved through centralised monitoring from Swiftalert.
Security breaches, such as unauthorised physical access to a data centre, are another real threat that must be guarded against.
As part of an effective environmental monitoring strategy, it is important to opt for a solution that can alert administrators to any potential physical breaches. At Swiftalert, we deliver a Security Solution that integrates door sensor technology with integrated cameras and video surveillance, in order to provide appropriate protection, monitoring and alerts against intruders.
Environmental, security and power monitoring in the healthcare industry is critical to ensure vital services are not affected by unnecessary downtime or security breaches.
The Swiftalert Healthcare Solution is designed to provide real-time monitoring reports for a range of facilities, whether it’s monitoring the conditions within drug storage facilities, through to tracking environmental factors in frontline settings.
For hotel chains and other leisure operators, the ability to closely monitor climate, power or environmental factors is a priority, as it is vital that guests are kept safe and not negatively impacted by related failures during their stay.
The Swiftalert Hotel Chain Solution is designed to provide hotel operators with complete centralised monitoring and control of functions, such as temperature, power, air conditioning or smoke detection, using a highly intuitive dashboard.
For power stations or utilities providers, it is vital to implement an environmental monitoring strategy, in order to track any risks that could negatively impact on the organisation. For example, early detection or warnings relating to temperature or smoke are paramount in order to eliminate threats before any damage or downtime occurs within the facility.
For manufacturing facilities, it is important to integrate an environmental monitoring strategy to closely analyse any risks that could negatively impact on the organisation or its products. Early detection or warnings relating to climate, smoke or power are vital in order to eliminate potential threats before any damage or downtime occurs within the facility.
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We recommend you set up your Climate monitor by directly connecting it to a computer using the following settings:-
All the sensors are connected to a common serial bus. If one sensor goes down, they may all go down if the bad sensor `jams` the bus or refuses to release it.
EM interference with the 1-wire signals could also be the cause. Check to see if the sensor cables are routed close to something that creates a lot of EM interference such as a generator, a large motor, or a large backup battery charger. Another source of interference is sensor wiring that runs parallel to the main power cables for any high current equipment such as an arc-welder, air compressor, or an HVAC unit. Try re-routing the sensor wiring away from these sensors to reduce interference. Another option is to attach a snap-on ferrite choke to the cable.
If the suggestions above don''t help then one of the sensors could be dead. Try disconnecting all sensors from the unit, then reconnecting them one at a time until you find the one that causes the problem. Once you have isolated the faulty sensor, disconnect it, and the other sensors should work normally.
The IP Reset button can be used to perform a `simple` reset or a full factory reset. A simple reset will change the following:
Name & Password Settings; Administrator, Control and View-Only accounts will becleared.
Network Settings: will be reset to the default of;
Web Server: will be reset to the default of:
To perform a simple reset, take a small jewellers screwdriver, or paperclip, press and hold the the switch for about 15-20 seconds, or until both the IDLE and ACTIVITY LED''s light up simultaneously. Release the switch and wait for the LED''s to resume their normal pattern to indicate that the reset process is complete.
Your monitor should still be accessible by its factory default IP address of 192.168.123.123, even if a new IP address has previously been set up for it. You will need to connect directly to the unit via a crossover cable, and configure your NIC settings as follows:
IP Address: 192.168.123.100
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
You should then be able to open a web browser and direct it to http://192.168.123.123. From here you will be able to review the IP settings for your monitor.
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