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Sensor Hub 2

Demonstration - SH2 Data Sheet - SH2+ Data Sheet

What is the Sensor Hub 2?

The SensorHub is a most cost effective way to monitor critical environment conditions via your network. With its internal web server, the SensorHub requires no software and is platform independent.

It can e-mail you if the temperature goes out of your specified range. The SensorHub can be viewed from anywhere over the web with its user friendly interface. The SensorHub integrates with and sends SNMP traps to all popular Network Management Software. The external sensor port can be used by a wide variety of optional sensors.

Optional software available for the SensorHub includes MAPnLINK and OverTime. MAPnLINK allows you to view the status of all of your SensorHubs on one screen and makes it easy to instantly drill down to a specific device. It makes changing SensorHub settings for all of your devices a simple operation. OverTime allows you to do extensive data logging, graphing, and analysis of the temperature and external sensor values. It is the perfect solution for trending and quality control applications.

The SensorHub installs in a flash. Just plug in your cables, put it online, and you are in business. There is no easier way to monitor critical temperatures in real time over your network.
Features Specifications Supported Sensors
  • Requires no Software
  • Four User Defined Thresholds
  • On board graphing capability
  • Two sensor ports with auto-sense
  • Sends SNMP traps to 10 destinations
  • Full Password Protection
  • Includes easy to read documentation and helpful utilities
  • Free trial version of OverTime
  • MIB integrates with all popular NMS
  • 1 year limited warranty
  • Free technical support via e-mail
  • Internal web server
  • O U rack mountable
  • Fully Compliant with all operating systems
  • Sends e-mail notifications
  • Supports SNMP Polling
  • Supports DHCP
  • Ports: RJ45
  • Power: 9.0V DC 500mA
  • LED Indicators: Power, Network Connection, Link Activity, 2 Port Status Indicators
  • Certification: FCC B, CE Mark
  • Cabling: Category 5 UTP or STP
  • Dimensions: 10cm x 6.
  • 5cm x 4cm
  • Weight: 200 grams
  • Mounting: O U or desktop
  • Temperature sensor with up to 20M of cable
  • Humidity sensor with up to 20M of cable
  • Water detector
  • Voltage detector
  • Airflow sensor
  • 2 dry contact switches - most two-wire, on/off, or open/closed type sensors

How do Environment Sensors work?

  • Depending on the specific type of unit, varying numbers of of environmental sensors (Humidity and Temperature) can be attached to the it. The sensor is monitored and the information is available via the unit's Web interface and/or via SNMP.
  • The Environment Sensor can also have various types of binary state switches attached. These switches may be monitoring such things as the opening of a door, the presence of water (even clean water), the presence of air flow or any other simple switched circuit. Such "dry contacts" are often available from Air Conditioners, UPSs, VESDA or other alarm systems. The Environment Sensor can detect if the switch is open or closed and can generate an SNMP trap when the switch changes state.
  • An Environment Sensor provides information via its built in web server that depicts the status of the attached sensors and switches. The same web server is also used to configure the Environment Sensor. Most things that can be changed via the web server can also be configured via SNMP. The complete configuration for the Environment Sensor can be downloaded and kept for a complete backup.

Once configured, the Environment Sensor's Humidity and Temperature Sensors can be easily recorded by OverTime. OverTime finds the names for each of the sensors you have configured and even the scale (C or F) used and configures the appropriate collections and OverTime configurations.