Monitor temperature and additional sensors using the Watchdog 1400 environmental monitor (Web Based). The unit comes equipped with 4 digital and 6 analog sensor ports LCD display with scrolling measurements, built-in audible alarm and 3 relay output ports. It is especially useful for monitoring environmental conditions in critical applications such as data centers, server rooms, network closets or other critical facilities. The relay outputs allow for automatic response upon alarm.
Easily view and log temperature, relative humidity, dew point, airflow, light, sound and external sensors connected to the unit over the intranet or the Web. No software required - securely access the graphical user interface from a web browser. Power adapter included. Supports both digital and analog sensors. Watchdog 1400 supports the IOE and Remote Power Manager X2.
SNMP, Email, SMS & Voice Call (Dialer Required) Alerts
The Watchdog 1400 can trigger multiple alarms if temperature or additional sensors fall outside of specified parameters via SNMP (v1, v2c, v3), email and SMS messages (e-mail to SMS gateway). In addition, an external voice dialer with backup battery can be triggered to call up to nine telephone numbers until the alert has been acknowledged.
The Watchdog 1400 has three relay output ports that are controlled by the alarm conditions you select. The relays can trigger an external auto-dialer, flashing lights, back-up a/c (via contactor) and/or other external devices. The three relays can be programmed for any combination of sensor, and high or low set points, as well as alarm conditions triggered by contact closures. The relays can also be programmed to turn off when conditions return to normal, or programmed to remain latched and require a manual reset. Additionally, you may energize or de-energize a relay anytime over the web interface.
View Charts and Graphs on the Web
The Watchdog 1400 serves active Web pages displaying real time readings and graphs of temperature, humidity and dew point in addition to data logs in standard format (downloadable as XML or CSV file). Graphing scales are fully adjustable.
Interface Network IP Cameras
The Web page interfaces up to four IP cameras (not included), allowing you a quick view of remote conditions, especially useful in event of alarm.
No Software Required
The Watchdog 1400 is simple to install and use, requiring no special software other than a standard Web Browser. The Watchdog 1400 connects to an Ethernet Network with a standard RJ45 connector and sends data in standard TCP/IP packets. It is easily configured with a simple menu using a Web Browser and can be password protected with 3 access account level types: Administrator, Control, View Only. From within an Intranet or over the Internet, the user can securely access the monitor by entering its IP address.
Specifications On-board Sensors:
Temperature: -22 to 185 °F (-30 to 85 °C), /- 0.5 °C
3 SPDT dry-contact relays
Max switching capacity: 60V, 30W
Connectors: 3 screw terminals per relay
3 Relay Status LEDs (bi-color, green="on", red="off")
Remote Sensor Support
Digital sensor: 4 ports (supports up to 16 with splitters)
Analog sensor: 6 inputs (contact closure, 0-5 VDC)
Physical: 19" rack-mount, 1-U space
Power: 6VDC (supplied wall transformer)
Ethernet: 10 Mbps, RJ-45 receptacle
2 Network Status LEDs ("Link" and "Activity")
Real Time Clock (RTC) with power backup
Reset IP push-button: restores factory defaults
"Horn Off" push-button: silences alarm buzzer
"Reboot" push-button: reboots system
LCD Display: 2 lines x 8, back lit, cycling sensor values
Warranty: 1 year (extended warranties available)
HTTP / HTTPS: web access
Control relays through web interface
Alarms: high/low values, multiple thresholds per sensor
Options to trigger relays or buzzer on alarm
ESMTP / POP3: email alerts, ESMTP / POP3 auth
SNMP (v1, v2c, v3): gets, trap and clear alerts, MIB
Paging: email to pager proxy
XML: meta-tagged sensor values, alarms, config, relays
Syslog: send debug messages to Syslog server