Facilities Monitoring System
RLE’s Facilities Monitoring System is a comprehensive monitoring system commonly used to monitor sensitive facilities, critical equipment status and temperature, and environmental sensors. Feature-rich and budget friendly, the FMS is currently used in data centers, labs, telecommunications facilities, museums, and many other facilities around the world.
Designed to be vendor neutral, the FMS aggregates information from a wide variety of sensors and equipment and then displays it through an onboard web interface.The FMS also allows aggregated data to be pulled to other systems, all without additional servers or software. If your data’s valuable, and if reduced downtime is a priority, then you’ll appreciate the FMS’s reliability. The FMS is engineered without any internal moving parts – no hard drive, no fans. This means no downtime, no lost data, and no scheduled maintenance.
Finally, the FMS is a self-contained solution.It stores and displays all its own data and hosts its own web pages; you won’t need to buy additional servers or install software on your PC. Great onboard features include data trending and extended logging, interactive graphical facility mapping, PUE/DCiE monitoring, and nesting, which allows one FMS to report conditions from a large collection of related FMS units.
This innovative NEW product couples leak detection and facility monitoring in one plug-and-play package. Designed to be simple, effective, and efficient, RLE Technologies’ F200 monitors environmental parameters and protects facilities from disastrous consequences.
4 Sensor Inputs
8 Digital Inputs
1 Relay Output
1 Zone Leak Detection
Formerly known as the FDS-Wi, RLE’s Wi-MGR is a wireless sensor network manager – it receives and aggregates signals from wireless transmitters. It then displays this data on its integrated web interface, which provides a centralized view of the sensors and their current readings, as well as direct alarm notification from any smartphone or web browser.
Use the Wi-MGR and RLE’s wireless sensors to monitor: