CPI RIM-750 Remote Infrastructure Management - rack monitoring unit

Mfg. Part: 60100-001 | CDW Part: 3494382 | UNSPSC: 24102001
  • Rack monitoring unit
  • black
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This item was discontinued on February 17, 2017

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  • Rack monitoring unit
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The Remote Infrastructure Management (RIM-750) System from Chatsworth Products (CPI) provides remote monitoring of environmental sensors for a single server cabinet or a small computer or telecommunications equipment room. RIM-750 is easy to setup and use, providing web access to a dashboard for monitoring real-time conditions and email notifications when conditions exceed userdefined thresholds. Use RIM-750 to provide critical early warning when site conditions change.

The RIM-750 is a compact appliance that has multiple inputs for monitoring a wide range of conditions. There are four inputs for temperature and temperature/humidity sensors, eight digital inputs for dry contact sensors, and a single input for leak detection. Use the digital inputs to monitor magnetic door sensors, motion sensors, a smoke detector, or summary alarms from other equipment. The leak detection connection supports a single zone with up to 200 feet (60 meters) of Sensor Rope. There is also a single relay output (NO/NC) that can be triggered by one of the inputs.

RIM-750 has a simple, intuitive web based interface for easy setup and monitoring. The main dashboard displays all sensor conditions in a single view: temperature data in gauges, digital inputs as red/green status buttons, a checkmark or warning for leak detection, an open/close status of the relay, and a window for displaying images from up to four web cameras. RIM-750 also summarizes events and logs and displays temperature and humidity sensor data in a line graph on the main page so you can see trends. For sensors and inputs, you select the alarm condition and how to respond to an alarm with a sound, light, email and/or by enabling the relay. For leak detection, you can also set sensitivity and monitor for both leak and cable break. You can also export temperature and humidity sensor log data with a single click as a text file with comma-separated values.

For notifications, you can designate a single email address for alarms, which are sent through your SMTP server, or forward alarms as SNMPv2 traps or Modbus/TCP to other facility management systems. RIM-750 is an excellent choice for monitoring a single cabinet or a small equipment room. Consider the RIM-1000 if you need to monitor more sensors or a larger space.

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