||Web Console is the application where sensor data is displayed and managed. The intuitive display provides access to data center information, which can be filtered and queried for display in charts and tables. A multi-layered view of the data center floor plan provides zone and site information for daily monitoring, long-term planning, and the data needed to fine-tune the data center’s cooling efficiency.
||LiveImaging provides a real-time two-dimensional image of the sensor-monitored environment through use of a ‘thermal map’ style color gradient overlaid onto the data center layout image. Users can quickly visualize temperature, pressure, and humidity throughout the data center.
||PowerImaging displays the Power Suite device readings captured from racks, and data from populated servers entered via the Power Suite Configuration Utility. This feature allows users to quickly view power and capacity data across a selected zone or data center in an easily understood array of tooltips placed on the floor plan image.
||Active Control has built-in redundancy and failover safety mechanisms to mitigate temperature-control risks associated with fan motor failures, maintenance windows, perforated floor relocations, changes to IT load, and software patches and failures. Active Control™ also includes alerts and alarms providing notifications to data center operators on a wide variety of operational issues.
||MapSense is a layout and configuration tool used to map the physical deployment of sensors installed on data center equipment to an equivalent software model displayed in Web Console™. As data center equipment or sensors change, incremental updates are made in MapSense™, which in turn will update the software model displayed in Web Console™. MapSense™ can also configure Active Control™ (separate application).