Daxten shows how to increase resource utilisation, reliability and improve efficiency through wire-free monitoring at DCW on stand 600

18/02/20 09:15:00 CET

For data centre or facility managers it is essential to ensure the most efficient use of existing power and cooling capacities. And to achieve this goal it is important to monitor power and environmental parameters on a regular basis. By implementing monitoring, data centre operators are able to identify, analyse and solve power, thermal or security weaknesses and to improve the power usage effectiveness (PUE) in their data centres. The comprehensive Packet Power wire-free radio monitoring solutions, offered by Daxten and will be shown at DCW on stand D600, enable the data centre personnel to centrally control and manage several hundred environmental sensors (e.g. for temperature, humidity and differential pressure). In addition managing current parameters like Volts, Amperes, kW, kWh, kVA, phase angle and total current for any branch circuit, switchgear, cabinet, PDU or single IT device. The complete solution is based on wire-free radio technology.

For optimal loads, environmental conditions and improved safety

The main benefit of all wire-free monitoring modules is that they are not connected via cable to each other. As soon as they are activated the monitoring devices instantly begin to share information via a self-configuring wire-free radio mesh network. All measurement data is wirelessly gathered by a system gateway that simply uses the SNMP or Modbus TCP/IP protocol to transmit the data to a dedicated system GUI or a third party BMS or DCIM tool. With this information data center and facility experts have all important power usage and environmental parameters available to them at a glance and are able to balance loads and to control temperature, humidity and pressure at their cabinets effectively.

Further information on the latest Packet Power products is available from Daxten on +44 (0)20 8991 6200 or via info.uk@daxten.com. Or visit Data Centre World London, on the 11th and 12th March at the Daxten stand D600, to view the latest in data centre mission critical power distribution, wire-free radio power and environmental monitoring solutions.