- Ethernet-based device management for server rooms, data centers, and IP devices.
- PC-based management software lets users view status, make changes and review history.
- Receive voice alerts and alarm notifications through standard Ethernet/telephone connections.
- Program customizable voice alerts, e-mails, and text-message notifications.
A Complete, Reliable Monitoring Solution for Your Data Center
The Infrastructure Monitoring System (IMS-4000) is the answer for web-based monitoring of critical environmental conditions across your entire infrastructure. Featuring a rack-mountable host, integrated voice dialer and reliable solid-state storage; this simple-to-install package is ideal for both small rooms and large data centers. Each sensor input features LEDs to indicate status while alarm LEDs show when power, IP, or battery alarms have been triggered.
- Connect up to 31 expansion nodes to monitor additional inputs across LANs and WANs
- Included relay output can switch local devices on/off based on alarm activity
- Internal microphone and external microphone jack monitor for audible alarms
- Plug-and-Play Wireless Sensors make network setup and expansion easy
Capabilities: Each IMS-4000 host unit can support as many as eight environmental sensors – including temperature, humidity, smoke, sound-level, motion, water, break-in, air flow, and power outage – as well as IP-device monitoring to ensure component availability across your network. As many as 31 expansion nodes can be added. The expansion nodes offer the ability to monitor hard wired or wireless sensors. The IMS-4000 can monitor computer-room activity through motion sensors or reed switches, alerting you when there is activity outside of normal working hours.
Features: Receive infrastructure status update information from any location at any time using it’s built-in webserver. The ConsoleView software allow you to view status, make program changes and review data history.
Alerts: Receive timely alarm notifications through the Ethernet port and standard telephone interface. Whenever a problem occurs anywhere within your network environment, customizable voice alerts, e-mails, and text messaging notify you. Across Wide-Area Networks, you can select alerts from certain locations to go only to the nearest personnel.
Includes: SNMP MIB database that works with your existing network management program while an internal uninterruptible power supply (UPS) protects in the event of a power outage.
|Communication Method||Ethernet & phone line|
|Number of Inputs||8 Standard, expandable to 256|
|Input Types||IMS Solution|
|Remote Access||ConsoleView software and or website to access status and programming|
|Local Access||LEDs to show ethernet connectivity, and power alarms|
|Alarm Notification||64 User profiles with 4 contacts per profile – any combination of e-mail, text message, SNMP trap, or voice phone calls|
|IP Monitoring||Up to 64 network devices or servers per host or node, 2,048 total|
|Data Logging||62,500 samples (include data, date, and time), 1 second to 1 month sampling rates, all sensors, battery and power|
|Supported Protocols||HTTP, SMTP, and SNMP-MIB with traps, GET, GETNEXT, and SET|
|Power Supply||Plug in power supply also monitors for power failures
Built in battery backup
|Battery Backup Time||3.5 hours|
|Physical||19 x 1.75 x 9.5” | 482 x 44 x 241mm
7.4lbs | 3.3kg
|Standards||FCC Part 15 Class A, USA Emission Standards
FCC Part 68 (47 C.F.R. Part 68), USA Telecommunications Standards