In today’s most critical facilities in order to properly optimize, you must first start with effective monitoring and measuring. Granular and accurate data is mission-critical to drive real cost savings and energy reduction. Finding the right balance of data center cooling set points that are just cool enough to not tax the server infrastructure while not overcooling and driving up costs, is best accomplished with environmental monitoring directly at the IT. RF Code’s peel and stick wire-free sensors, provide very accurate monitoring directly in front of the servers.
Did you know most data centers waste millions of dollars every year on overcooling? Plus, when environmental conditions change unexpectedly, critical assets can get damaged, resulting in lost data and expensive compliance related fines.
That's why RF Code created CenterScape. Our automated environmental monitoring solution connects our wire-free sensors to an integrated software platform that allows you to monitor critical environmental conditions in real-time, on a granular level and on a global scale, so that you can save money on energy bills and be the first to know when environmental conditions change, allowing you to avoid costly surprises and keep track of what really matters.
From the white space to the gray space, RF Code offers a complete enterprise monitoring platform- easily monitor the environment directly in front of severs, mechanical rooms and remote spaces using the same infrastructure and easy to install sensors. All environmental conditions are shown in the CenterScape software via dashboards and maps, can send alerts or push data to other monitoring tools.
Environmental conditions within the data center can change rapidly. From simply misplacing blanking panels in racks to CRAH units going off-line, it is critical to monitor at the rack level and provide that data in real-time. RF Code sensors can be placed directly in each rack to provide notifications with any change to the data center.
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