NER Releases Ethernet Gateway for Aurora Monitoring System

January 23, 2014

New Gateway provides users with more flexibility for collecting sensor data

Glassboro, NJ (PRWEB) January 23, 2014

Today NER announced the addition of an Ethernet Gateway as part of the Aurora High Resolution Temperature Monitoring and Alerting System. The new gateway features updated levels of encryption and an integrated web server that allows for communication with the Aurora Wireless Sensor Monitoring and Notification System without the need for a PC.

This latest addition to the Aurora High Resolution Temperature Monitoring and Alerting System advances proactive environmental monitoring within data centers and other critical spaces. Users now have access to a gateway device with MODBUS TCP interfaces and four SNMP poll and trap interfaces for those that would like to use the Ethernet Gateway for local data collection.

“As our customers continue to find success with Aurora, NER continues to expand the capabilities, broaden support and offer the highest levels of customization for this innovative product line,” said Robert Huttemann, Vice President at NER. “What impresses customers the most is the invaluable data, trending and alerting benefits come in an unbelievably easy to deploy solution. The Ethernet gateway is no exception, simply plug this device into any open network port with internet connection and it automatically connects to the Aurora server.”

The Ethernet Gateway buffers up to 16,000 sensor data messages in on-board memory in the event of an internet connection interruption. When internet communication is re-established the sensor data will download to the Aurora system.

The Aurora High Resolution Temperature Sensing System revolutionizes how facilities view temperature. Central to the system is a strip that has eight sensors spaced vertically eight inches apart that collect temperature readings at eight different height levels. The readings are visually displayed on the strip through high resolution LEDs that range from cool (blue) to hot (red) and a blend of 129 colors in between. Data from these readings are sent to the Management System through a gateway for trending and alerting purposes.

Huttemann further adds, “Data Centers are dynamic environments with temperature being a critical aspect, so Aurora’s instantaneous and accurate representation is invaluable when monitoring changes or validating best-practice improvements. Whether you are looking down the aisle, viewing the user interface, receiving automated alerts, or collecting trending data, with Aurora potential issues in critical spaces will not go unnoticed.”

NER manufactures Aurora in the US and is currently accepting orders for immediate delivery. For more information about NER’s products and services, visit http://www.nerdata.com.

About NER Data Corporation

NER Data Corporation is an innovative leader in the demanding, growing, and continually changing Data Center Infrastructure Management and Managed Print businesses. NER offers unique value-add solutions that truly solve business issues and allow reseller partners to develop and maintain stronger relationships with their end-users. Our approach has earned NER a loyal following with North America’s leading Resellers, Integrators, VARS, and their Fortune 2000 end-user customers. For more information, visit http://www.nerdata.com.

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