Liebert Universal MonitorRemote and Local Monitoring and Control of Liebert Equipment

This solution is a microprocessor with multi-sensing, remote monitoring and remote control capabilities. Its advanced technology provides high-availability data center monitoring around the clock. The Liebert Universal Monitor can operate as an independent, stand-alone controller or in conjunction with Liebert SiteScan Web centralized monitoring system.

The Liebert Universal Monitor is a microprocessor with multi-sensing, remote monitoring and remote control capabilities. Its advanced technology provides high-availability data center monitoring around the clock. The Universal Monitor can operate as an independent, stand-alone controller or in conjunction with Liebert SiteScan Web centralized monitoring system.

The Liebert Universal Monitor is an all-purpose, simple-to-use monitoring panel that includes eight digital inputs, eight digital outputs, four analog inputs (4-20mA) and two common alarm outputs. An on-board modem is included as a standard feature to provide remote monitoring. A built-in LCD user interface makes the panel self-contained and easily accessible.

 

Features:

  • Packaged alarm and notification unit
  • Monitors and controls Liebert equipment locally and remotely
  • Provides paging capability
  • Offers built-in LCD interface

 

Benefits:

Flexibility

  • Custom configuration for specific applications and equipment
  • Optional I/O Expansion Module provides sixteen additional digital inputs and eight additional digital outputs to extend the monitoring capabilities of the Universal Monitor

Higher Availability

  • Built-in back-up power
  • Local alarm plus remote paging capability for alarm notification of up to four alphanumeric pagers
  • Alarm and trend history

Lowest Total Cost Of Ownership

  • User interface via LCD display panel or RS232 connection will perform all set-up, configuration and monitoring without additional software
  • Wallmount unit requires minimal space

Ideally Suited For

  • Data centers
  • Process control areas
  • Telecom switch rooms
  • Remote communications shelters
  • Communications closets
  • Equipment rooms

 

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