- Recommended for 24-hour off-site access and control of Tripp Lite air conditioning units
- LX Platform network interface provides 24/7 access and control from anywhere
- Included E2MT module allows remote monitoring of ambient temperature conditions
- Easy to keep up to date with easily downloadable firmware
- Complies with Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases
- 2-year limited Tripp Lite Warranty
The Java-free HTML5-based SRCOOLNETLX enables full remote access for status monitoring, event notifications, and device management via secure web browser, SNMP, SSH, Telnet or command line interfaces. The built-in LX Platform's PowerAlert Device Manager (PADM) provides a single interface to cycle the connected air conditioner on and off, adjust its fan speed, change its target set point temperature, and switch to dehumidification mode, so excessive heat won't compromise the performance and reliability of your network equipment. The SRCOOLNETLX combines with the air conditioner to deliver a reliable cooling solution that does not require on-site management.
The SRCOOLNETLX comes with an E2MT module, which can be placed directly inside your rack. You don't need to be on the premises to check the temperature near your rack equipment or make any necessary adjustments. The E2MT module allows you to measure and monitor ambient temperature in your data center environment or control the cooling operation by selecting a target temperature value to ensure that specific network equipment remains cool during operation. The E2MT connects to the SRCOOLNETLX using the included 12-foot USB cable.
The SRCOOLNETLX installs securely to the air conditioner unit's remote monitoring port using the included cable. A user-supplied Ethernet patch cable connects the SRCOOLNETLX's RJ45 port to an Ethernet network. The built-in PowerAlert Device Manager interface provides a single display for managing both the cooling unit and the E2MT module. You can update the firmware straight from the web interface.
The SRCOOLNETLX is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA), which makes it eligible for GSA (General Services Administration) Schedule and other federal procurement contracts.