Aurora, OH: Network Technologies Inc (NTI) today announced the addition of the ENVIROMUX® Programmable LED Sensor Display to its popular line of enterprise environment monitoring system accessories. The display shows the data from any or all NTI ENVIROMUX® sensors configured on an E-2D/5D/16D system, including cascaded units – internal sensors, external sensors, digital inputs, output relays, IP devices, SNMP sensors, power supplies, events, and smart alerts.
The E-PLSD features 14-segment LED characters, including: five characters for sensor value reading; fourteen characters for displaying sensor name/location; and three characters for indicating unit of measure for the sensor value being displayed. The LED display characters illuminate green when sensor status is normal, yellow when a sensor is in non-critical alert (warning), and red when in critical alert status (alarm).
Configuring and programming the LED display is done using the E-2D/5D/16D web interface – set the sensor order to be displayed; set the display duration for each sensor before it switches to the next sensor status being displayed; enable sensors in warning/alarm to be the only ones displayed; and nickname the sensors. Three touch-sensitive buttons are available on the front panel to manually make adjustments – “SENSOR” to display the data for the next sensor, which stops auto-scan for 30 seconds and then resumes auto-scan; “BRIGHTNESS” to adjust the LED intensity/color; and “MODE” to switch Celsius to Fahrenheit for temperature sensors.
The Programmable LED Sensor Display features an RJ45 port for connecting an external temperature/humidity sensor (E-TRHM-7) for monitoring temperatures from -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) and 0 to 90% relative humidity up to 500 feet away. The display is powered by an included 24VDC 1.5A external power supply, is wall mountable, and is made in the USA.
Available for immediate sale, E-PLSD Programmable LED Sensor Display costs $725.
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