Monitoring system

June 9, 2011
The redesigned, third-generation CMC III monitoring system uses a series-connected CANbus, which significantly reduces the cost of installation and wiring

The redesigned, third-generation CMC III monitoring system uses a series-connected CANbus, which significantly reduces the cost of installation and wiring. Features that are now standard include a temperature sensor that monitor the cold-air intake and an infrared sensor that determines if the server rack door is open or closed. The unit’s redesigned housing takes up far less space in the server rack. In addition, the new power pack is housed in an identical enclosure, which is easily installed in the same height unit and connected via cable.

With the CMC III, network integration, configuration, and commissioning are performed comfortably with a laptop and a USB port.

Rittal Corp.
1 Rittal Place
Urbana, OH 43078
(937) 399- 0500
www.rittal-corp.com

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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