Server environment monitoring system iOS app

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Enterprise Environment Monitoring System iOS App

Use an iPad or iPhone to display and monitor all selected sensors connected to up to 10 ENVIROMUX-2D/5D/16D.

Enterprise Server Environment Monitoring System iOS App
View selected sensor values from a distance

Product Highlights

  • Intuitive application software
  • Monitor and display sensor statuses outside of the server room
  • Real-time updates
  • Designed and Manufactured in the U.S.A.

Price: $49.99

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  • View multiple sensor statuses on one page.
  • Connect to the ENVIROMUX unit over WIFI.
  • Configure display options.
  • Select visible sensor statuses.
  • Highly visible alarm mode enables quick response.

Optional iPad/iPhone iOS App for ENVIROMUX-2D/5D/16D.

Optional iPad/iPhone iOS App for ENVIROMUX-2D/5D/16D.

  • Intuitive application software provides an easy-to-use interface for monitoring and displaying sensor statuses from up to 10 ENVIROMUX-2D/5D/16D.
    • Requires iPad or iPhone with iOS 6.1 or later operating system and ENVIROMUX units with firmware version 2.4 or later.
      • ENVIROMUX-2D: only compatible with Rev C units (features two power inputs).
    • Network connection type is dependent on tablet/phone features (WIFI/3G/4G etc.).
  • Use to view real-time sensor values and alert statuses of sensors/digital inputs/IP devices outside of the server room.
    • Sensor value and alert status pages feature large fonts for viewing from a distance.
    • Display individual or group sensor values at a configurable scan rate - updated in real time.
  • Three display options available:
    • Scan all sensors: cycles through each individual sensor status.
    • Scan selected sensors: cycles through each chosen sensor status.
    • Scan sensor summary: cycles through all sensors, showing 10 sensor statuses per page.
  • Configure display options, sensor display scan time and sensor refresh rate on the interface.