Cable leak sensor VT592
- 55.00 USD
VT592 cable leak sensor is designed to work in conjunction with the WLC10 leak cable. The ability to connect the sensor to the IO line makes it easy to integrate it into almost any system built on NetPing power monitoring and management devices.
- Operating temperature range: -10°C ... 100 °C;
- Operating humidity range: 10% ... 90% (non-condensing);
- Triggering time: up to 15 seconds;
- A compact plastic case with a hole for mounting;
- Sensor of the "dry contact" type;
- A power supply of a sensor is 5V.
The device is not intended for domestic use.
The VT592 cable leak sensor is working only in conjunction with the WLC10 leak sensing cable and is designed to detect liquid due to a leak sensing cable connected to it, including in small volumes — up to a few drops. In comparison with the point leak sensor, the VT592 cable leak sensor with a sensing cable WLC10 allows you to create a complex system for detecting leaks around the perimeter and, as a result, preventing damage associated with flooding of premises and equipment.
The VT502 cable leak sensor is compatible with devices for monitoring the microclimate of server rooms and remote power management devices NetPing/UniPing and with other equipment that monitors the status of contacts (closed/open, i.e. the so-called “dry contact”).
There are many ways for using this sensor together with a leak sensing cable WLC10, for example, to lay it under the raised floor of a server room, that will allow it to catch even the slightest leak that has fallen under the floor:
Another typical way of using the sensor is to put it under the boilers or pipes, which helps to warn about the leakage. Also makes sense the scenario when the cable is laid along the walls around the perimeter of the premises or under windows and air conditioners:
|Triggering time||Up to 15 seconds|
|Device suit||The sensor, the connecting cable|
|Device dimensions||20 x 20 x 72 mm|
|Operating temperature range||-10°C ... 100 °C|
|Humidity range||10% ... 90% (non-condensing)|