- Created By : 02-Feb-2022
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The device NetPing Monitoring Solution GSM3G 72R11 is for remote monitoring of sensors via the Ethernet/Internet network. It allows receiving information about the status of sensors and notifications about sensor triggering remotely and has a built-in GSM3G modem.
The NetPing Light Sensor 813S2 is a compact luminous flux presence sensor designed to connect with NetPing devices. This sensor can monitor the sudden emerging of artificial lighting in
guarded objects, as well as back up an operation of a door sensor.
The shock sensor (mod.Z09-1) allows registering shocks and vibration as well as loud bangs and acoustic shocks of the surface on which it has been installed. It is normally used to report vandalism at remote sites and equipment boxes.
The device NetPing Monitoring Solution 73R12 is for remote monitoring of sensors via the Ethernet/Internet network. It allows receiving information about the status of sensors and notifications about sensor triggering remotely.
The device NetPing Input+Relay 254R304 is for remote monitoring of sensors via the Ethernet/Internet network. It allows you to control external devices and receive information about the conditions of sensors and notifications about a sensor status remotely.
NetPing Input+Relay R404 is a device for remote sensor monitoring via the Ethernet/Internet on a DIN rail. It allows receiving information about the status of sensors and notifications about triggering of sensors, to control connected devices remotely.
NetPing POE 5 Switch GB322 is a five-port Ethernet switch housed in a compact metal case. A special feature of this switch is support for POE technology both for
receiving power by the switch itself and for providing the devices
connected to it with POE power.
The device NetPing External Power Sockets 1-wire 888S0301/888S0401 is designed to control the load remotely. The device does not work independently, it can function only with a Netping host device.
NetPing east Co Ltd., a developer and manufacturer of the original equipment for monitoring and remote power control via Ethernet/Internet, announces the sale of new devices NetPing 4 IP PDU GSM3G 64R701 and NetPing 4 IP PDU GSM3G 64R702.
NetPing east Co Ltd., a
developer and manufacturer of the original equipment for monitoring and
remote power control via Ethernet/Internet, announces the sale of a new
Leak sensing cable WLC10 and cable leak sensor VT592.
Press-release with the description of a new firware version for the device NetPing IO v2. The list of new functionality, the list of fixed bugs
There is often a necessity to attach a certain action to “one button”. This function is very successful among various smart home systems, Wi-Fi sockets and other cloud IoT gadgets. But the cloud is not always convenient and acceptable. For example, you do not want to expand the perimeter of the network or simply do not trust the clouds of manufacturers of such equipment. In this case, the scheme for sending the command directly to the device is suitable, but it is often not very convenient, especially for the devices whose main application cases differ from current needs, for example, our monitoring devices and IPPDU. Let`s analyze in two brief examples how you can implement a relay switching or other actions with one or two “buttons” from a mobile phone via HTTP API and SMS commands.
«... A template is a set of objects that can be applied to several network nodes.
Objects may be as follows:
- data elements;
- groups of data elements;
- complex screens (starting from Zabbix 2.0);
- rules of a low-level detection (starting with Zabbix 2.0);
- web scenarios (starting from Zabbix 2.2)
As soon as many network nodes are similar or alike in a real-life, the sets of objects (data elements, triggers, and graphs...), created by you for a certain network node, can be useful for many nodes. Certainly, you can copy them for each new network node, but this would require a lot of manual work. Instead, you can use templates and copy these objects into one template and then apply it to any number of required network nodes.
Icinga is a monitoring system with the open source code. It was originally created as a branch of the Nagios monitoring system and resembles it very much. In this article, we will examine the example of configuring Icinga for working with the server room microclimate monitoring device UniPing server solution v4/SMS and install add-ons for building graphs and a map.
To implement a regarded solution, we will need:
Microclimate monitoring of a server room, conditioner rotation system and other beautiful words set neither us nor you from maintaining a basic order in a server room. There is a chance to be a perfectionist and put each cable close to another one, or it is possible to scatter totally unnecessary stuff all over the server room and forget what labeling is and let it be. In this article, it will be discussed what a server room should never look like. Here, you will not see any horror pictures in a server room, when braided wires come down from the walls and wrap crooked racks with an ugly net. The article will discuss a pretty regular server room in a pretty usual company.
When choosing a monitoring system for the IT infrastructure of a business, there is a need to take into consideration a range of factors. First, there is a need to evaluate if the functionality of a monitoring system matches your technical and business requirements. Then, there is a need to examine peculiarities of deployment and support to choose a tool that corresponds to your infrastructure and a competence level of IT specialists.
On this page, you will find the standards recommended by ASHRAE for monitoring the environment in your data center or server room. The settings below apply to A1-A4 class data centers and server rooms. Environmental standards are provided for rack-level monitoring, ambient monitoring and water leak detection.
Nagios is one of the service monitoring systems that is provided on the software market. One of the biggest advantages of this system is its flexibility. In this article, a basic Nagios configuration will be regarded for working with devices for server room monitoring NetPing on the example of UniPing server solution v3 and a set of sensors.
To implement a regarded solution, we will need:
- A server with Ubuntu 18.04 operating system, or a similar one (IP address 192.168.0.150);
- Working installation of Nagios Core 4.4.1 (hereinafter Nagios) on a server (installing and configuring will be described in the article);
- UniPing server solution v3 - 1 pc. (IP address 192.168.0.100);
- 1-wire temperature sensor - 1 pc.;
- 1-wire humidity sensor - 1 pc.;
- door sensor - 1 pc.;
- supply voltage sensor - 1 pc.;
- liquid sensor - 1 pc.;
- airflow sensor - 1 pc.