Upsite Technologies, Inc., (Upsite) has announced that it will be unveiling its wireless EnergyLok® Environmental Monitoring System (EMS) 300™at AFCOM’s Data Center World Global Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 14-18, 2016. Upsite will display the new monitoring solution, along with its award-winning AisleLok®, HotLok® and KoldLok® products, at booth #625.
The latest addition to Upsite’s robust product line gives facility managers and data center operators an advanced tool to optimize cooling efficiency and prevent downtime in their mission critical space. The EnergyLok® EMS 300 is a scalable and affordable wireless monitoring solution designed to track a variety of environmental conditions to help identify opportunities for improving the effectiveness and efficiency of cooling and airflow management. The EMS 300™ offers up to one-hundred and fifty wireless sensor inputs, allowing for the deployment of multiple temperature and humidity sensor configurations along with four wired digital inputs, which can be used to track open/closed doors, motion and airflow sensors, fire alarms, gas and liquid leaks, and summary alarms from critical equipment including uninterruptable power supplies and generators. To help ease of integration into existing management systems, the EMS 300™ also includes two wired relay outputs.
“In addition to providing critically important real-time information on environmental conditions in the data center, the EnergyLok® EMS 300 is also an essential tool for owners and operators who need to optimize their cooling systems,” said Peter Crook, president & CEO of Upsite Technologies. “I am delighted that Upsite will be debuting its newest monitoring solution and sharing our field-based research at one of the data center industry’s most influential events.”
The introduction of the EnergyLok EMS 300™ marks the next major product introduction for Upsite since launching their award-winning AisleLok® Modular Containment solution. AisleLok® has garnered several accolades, including the “Bright Idea” Award from the 2015 Modern Infrastructure Impact Awards.
In addition to the product displays, Upsite’s senior engineer and company science officer, Lars Strong, P.E., will headline two education sessions at the conference. On Tuesday, March 15, from 9:30 am to 10:30 am, Strong will present: How IT Decisions Impact Data Center Facilities: The Importance of Collaboration. The second session, Optimizing Cooling: 4 Steps to Quickly Improve PUE Through Airflow Management, will be held on Thursday, March 17, from 9:15 am to 10:15 am.
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