Tripp Lite Remote Control Cooling Management SNMP SRCOOL7KRM Rack Cooler

Mfg.Part: SRCOOLNET2 | CDW Part: 3790332 | UNSPSC: 43222633
Availability: 5-7 days
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Was $486.00
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  • Remote management adapter
  • 10Mb LAN
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Tripp Lite Remote Control Cooling Management SNMP SRCOOL7KRM Rack Cooler
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Main Features
  • Remote management adapter
  • 10Mb LAN
The SRCOOLNET2 SNMP/Web Interface Card adds remote monitoring and management capabilities to select Tripp Lite air conditioning units, including the SRCOOL7KRM. By installing the SRCOOLNET2 into the unit's accessory slot, you will be able to control the cooling unit over the Ethernet network from any location via SNMP, SSH, telnet or web browser. Monitor temperatures, adjust fan speed, and activate dehumidification modes. You can also review logs remotely and receive alerts. LEDs confirm network connection, speed and card initialization. The included ENVIROSENSE module connects to the SRCOOLNET2's PS/2 port to monitor temperatures and humidity up to 12 feet away from the primary unit, allowing its operation to be based on the intake air temperature where the sensor is mounted. The ENVIROSENSE also lets you monitor smoke detectors, fire alarms and security systems through a dry-contact interface.

Tripp Lite Remote Control Cooling Management SNMP SRCOOL7KRM Rack Cooler is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just bought an SRCOOL12K with the SRCOOLNET and the EnviroSense probe to replace a ersidential portable AC that was "ducted" into our fully enclosed rack. By "ducted" I mean duct tape and dryer vent shoved into places.The SRCOOL12K has real ductwork for both the exhaust and the supply, so piping it directly to the enclosure was easy.The SRCOOLNET gave me fits out of the box, but a quick call to TrippLite customer service (US based and English speaking I might add!) and they had me up and running in less than 30 minutes.The only thing I need to get used to is the unit beeping when the probe directs it to change temperature.
Date published: 2014-04-30
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