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Environmental Monitoring

Environmental Monitoring

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Environmental Monitoring for Critical Facilities, Data Centers

CEG provides customers with a variety of cost-effective approaches for environmental monitoring over the network. We offer both wireless and wired solutions that allow you to monitor airflow, humidity, temperature, pressure, and many other environmental conditions remotely or onsite.

From network closets to server rooms to entire data centers CEG’s Environmental Monitoring solutions will provide all the insight you need to:

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Optimize your IT ecosystem

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Reduce operational costs

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Defer capital investments

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Improve your Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE)

Benefits of Environmental Monitoring

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Verify effects of aisle containment, air handling efforts

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Monitor dry contact, spot leaks and smoke

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Confidently raise data center temperatures

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Improve availability with user-defined alerts

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Monitor racks for power consumption and hot spots

Monitor compliance with industry sustainability goals

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Set thresholds for onsite and remote facilities

Why Environmental Sensors

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Sensors help prevent overcooling, undercooling, electrostatic discharge, corrosion, short circuits.

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Sensors help reduce operational costs, defer capital expenditures, improve uptime, increase capacity for future growth.

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Sensors alert facility managers to potential problems like the presence of water, smoke, and open cabinet doors.

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Sensors can save you up to 4% in energy costs for every degree of upward change in the baseline temperature, known as a set point.

Raritan Ebook: 5 Reasons why Environmental Sensors are Used in all Modern Data Centers

  • Need to reduce operating and energy costs?
  • Looking for ways to meet sustainability, decarbonization goals?
  • Spending too much time chasing hot spots?
  • Experiencing cooling capacity constraints?

  • Join Schneider Electric and CEG on Wednesday, December 14 for a discussion on cooling complexities in today’s data centers and learn how dynamic control will solve this problem.

    Early adopting colos are realizing a 40% reduction in power consumption and CO2 emissions, as well as a 30% cost savings. What could you do with an additional 30% in your bottom line?