Server Room Temperature Monitoring
Server Rooms typically house thousands of dollars worth of electrical and computing equipment, often storing proprietary data, customer accounts, or other sources of valuable information that represents the lifeblood of the business. Businesses can avoid losing server equipment from overheating rooms due to HVAC failures, corroded and rusting equipment from high humidity, and outright damage from leaks by deploying remote monitoring systems for data centers, server rooms, and general equipment storage areas.
ASHRAE has several recommended environmental guidelines for server rooms and data centers, of which are focused on reducing energy consumption, keeping temperatures within range, and carefully monitoring humidity to prevent corrosion and/or static electricity. In any case, the data and equipment needs to be protected from extreme environmental conditions around-the-clock, preferably by automated high-performance sensors and remote monitoring equipment.