Power Protection

Broadly speaking, a sensor is just a device that sends a signal when it detects an event or a change in the environment. But, sensors can be packaged together in different ways to create an optimal ecosystem. Take this quiz to learn more about sensors and what they can do for your facility.

1. There are several challenges at the edge that can make it difficult to have an accurate picture of what’s going on. Which of the following is NOT one of those challenges?
A. Edge sites are in a distributed environment
B. Edge sites are often “dark sites”
C. Edge sites use different technology than traditional data centers
D. Edge sites are often in remote locations
2. Sensing is about:
A. Understanding the physical environment
B. Providing holistic telemetry
C. Being alerted to threatening conditions
D. All of the above
3.Sensors allow you to:
A. Understand the physical space
B. Understand the network environment
C. Both A and B
4.Which type of sensor is the most commonly used?
A. Humidity
B. Motion detection
C. Temperature
D. Airflow
5. Which two sensors are often packaged together?
A. Airflow and smoke detection
B. Temperature and humidity
C. Leak detection and smoke detection
D. Power failure and temperature
6.Sensors work best:
A. When they are operating independently
B. When they each have their own unique and separate function
C. When they are used together
D. When they are only running for part of the day
7.Which of these is a benefit of wireless sensors?
A. Installation is simple and quick
B. They are powered with batteries
C. You can sample as frequently as you need to
D. The communication range can be hindered by the layout of the facility
8.Which of these is a benefit of wired sensors?
A. Moving them takes planning and coordination
B. They are secure and reliable
C. They are easily scalable
D. You can sample in 30-second intervals
9.How frequently can you sample with wireless sensors?
A. As frequently as you need to
B. Once every hour
C. Every 30 seconds or on demand
D. Once per day
10.Sensors are part of a larger ecosystem of:
A. Remote monitoring
B. Cooling solutions
C. Racks and enclosures
D. Power protection
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