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Power Supply 6V DC - International 8746 Vertiv™ Geist™ Environmental Accessory

Power Supply 6V DC - International 8746 for use with any Watchdog Environmental Monitor

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  • Banking, Financial and Insurance
  • Broadcast and Entertainment
  • Data Center/Colocation/Hosting
  • Education
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Military, Defense, Aerospace and Missile
  • Professional Services
  • Retail and Wholesale
  • Telecom
  • Transportation
Warranty: Vertiv™ Geist™ Environmental Sensors come with a standard three-year warranty that is automatically extended to five years if the product is registered within 120 days of purchase.

Benefits

Alternative power supply for any Watchdog Environmental Monitor
Standard three-year warranty, upgraded to five years with product registration.

Features

Simple installation and configuration on Vertiv™ Geist™ Environmental Monitors and rPDUs

Power Supply 6V DC - International 8746 Vertiv™ Geist™ Environmental Accessory
Technical Specifications
Product Line
Alternative Power Supply
Power Input
6V DC

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Geist Support - Americas (Rack PDU and Watchdog)
+1 888 630 4445
1777 Yolande Avenue Lincoln Nebraska USA
Product areas of focus: Power Distribution, Monitoring
Vertiv (Customer Service for Albér Products)
+1 954 377 7101
7775 West Oakland Park Blvd Sunrise Florida 33351 USA
Product areas of focus: Monitoring

Frequently Asked Questions

Q
What are the most popular remote sensors?
A
Remote Temperature for monitoring "hot" spots and other trouble areas. Water Sensor to check for water leaks. Door Contact Sensor to see if a door is open. Remote temperature / air flow / humidity for ensuring the proper environment. Climate monitoring in remote locations.
Q
What is the difference between analog and digital sensors?
A
Analog sensors connect through the analog inputs. These sensors are either a dry contact or provide a 0 to 5VDC signal. On the Web interface, they show up as "IO" sensors and have a value 0 to 99. Digital sensors connect to digital input ports and communicate through a serial protocol. These are also referred to as Plug-n-Play, Remote, or External sensors. Digital sensors are auto-detected by the climate monitor. Measurements from these devices are graphed and report in the appropriate units.
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