Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Webinar AIoT "EZVIZ Smarthome & Potensi Market di Era Digital" 12 Ags 2021

   Ingin tahu implementasi Artificial Internet of Things (AIoT) untuk Smart Home Anda, silahkan gabung dalam kegiatan webinar EVENTCERDAS, didukung oleh APTIKNAS dan IAIS.

"EZVIZ Smarthome & Potensi Market di era digital"



📅 12 Agustus 2021

🕑 14-16 WIB

🗣️ Taufik Munandar Abie - Business Development Manager EZVIZ

🗣️ Fanky Christian - APTIKNAS DKI JAKARTA


Register to : https://s.id/AIoT12Ags


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Fungsi Battery Monitoring System untuk Data Center

Hai SobatDCMS! Kali ini Kami mau kasih informasi penting seputar data center, mungkin ada yang sudah mengenal BMS atau Battery Monitoring System atau dalam bahasa indonesia “Sistem Pemantau Baterai” yang sangat penting untuk mengontrol dan memonitoring baterai UPS dalam sebuah Data Center. Secara garis besar, fungsi BMS itu adalah memberikan tampilan data dari kesehatan baterai, voltage baterai ke dalam sebuah grafik atau tampilan yang mudah di Pahami.

BMS sangat dibutuhkan dalam sebuah data center karena bisa memberikan informasi terkait baterai dan tegangan secara realtime dan bahkan BMS yang kekinian itu memiliki fitur Trigger atau Push Notification bahkan Alarm sehingga jika ada permasalahan dalam struktur baterai atau baterai itu sendiri bakal langsung memberikan notifikasi, itulah mengapa BMS sangat dibutuhkan untuk ruang data center.

Yuk simak video berikut ini :



Silahkan hubungi Tim kami untuk mendapatkan penawaran Terbaik terkait kebutuhan anda.
HUBUNGI KAMI: dcim@dayaciptamandiri.com


Sunday, August 1, 2021

AKCP Monitoring of Mechanical Room for Simon Fraser University

 AKCP, the world’s oldest and largest supplier of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions, has supplied a monitoring system for the mechanical room at Simon Fraser University Data Center

Simon Fraser University has constructed a new research data center. It is a 175 rack facility which houses Cedar, the world’s 50th largest supercomputer. Construction was recently completed with 107 racks fully populated. AKCP sensor solutions were chosen to monitor the data center and the mechanical room which houses the chilled water plant equipment.

Simon Fraser University mechanical room monitoring - rope water sensor

ROPE WATER SENSORS INSTALLED UNDER PUMPING EQUIPMENT

In the initial phase, spot and rope water sensors have been installed in the mechanical room connected with AKCP sensorProbeX+ SNMP enabled base units. The spot and rope water sensors are placed at key points where leaks are most likely to occur. Rope water sensors are laid out along the lengths of pipes or perimeter of an enclosure. They are ideal for monitoring a larger area where leaks can occur in different locations. Spot water sensors cover a small area. Most suitably used in drip trays or small enclosed spaces. Through the AKCP monitoring system alerts are sent to the network management software so potential disaster can be averted.

AKCP Spot Water Sensor at Simon Fraser University

SPOT WATER DETECTOR IN MECHANICAL ROOM

Simon Fraser University plans to expand the system to the main data center floor with environmental monitoring for the 175 racks. This monitoring will include temperature and humidity sensors, and thermal mapping of cabinets to detect hotspots. This solution was supplied by Netmon, the AKCP dealer in Canada.

AKCP Wireless Tunnel sensors are built on LoRa chirp spread spectrum radio technology. They provide long-range and low-power communications with up to 10 years of battery life. It has superior characteristics when compared with other wireless sensor technologies such as Zigbee. AKCP has layered upon the LoRa hardware, their proprietary protocol known as the Wireless Tunnel. With no reliance on the internet or cloud services, it is an end-to-end private LoRa network with local reporting and alerts. 

AKCP wired and Wireless Tunnel monitoring system is available now.

Contact dcmsales@dayaciptamandiri.com for more details. 

AKCP established in the USA in 1981, has 30+ years experience in professional sensor solutions. AKCP created the market for networked temperature, environmental and power monitoring in the data center. Today with over 150 employees and 200,000 installations, AKCP is the world’s oldest and largest manufacturer of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions.

AKCP Monitors The Lubbock 911 Call Centers

 AKCP, the world’s oldest and largest supplier of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions, has supplied a monitoring system for the Lubbock, Texas, 9-1-1 call centers.

The Lubbock Emergency Communication District is responsible for providing 24/7 call availability too all 9-1-1 call centers in the county. The data center, located at the Lubbock emergency communication district, receives all 9-1-1 calls. These are distributed to one of 9 public safety answering points throughout the county. The data center also serves as the connection for SMS to 9-1-1 services.

THS00 installed at Lubbock 911 call center
AKCP Dual Temperature and Humidity Sensor installed in Lubbock 9-1-1 data center

Due to the essential nature of these communications, up-time of the data center is crucial. Lubbock Emergency Communications selected AKCP monitoring devices as a reliable, industry proven technology. Dual temperature and humidity sensors and sensorProbe2+ devices were installed at cabinets housing 9-1-1 call processing equipment. Additional sensors were installed that monitor the overall data center temperature and humidity.

The monitoring system proved its worth during the winter of 2021. Severe cold weather conditions hit Texas. Temperatures were so low that external ACU compressors were freezing up and shutting down. The data center operations were being managed remotely at the time. On several occasions the AKCP temperature sensors alerted operations staff allowing them to respond minutes before the 9-1-1 call processing equipment overheated and shut down.

AKCP THS01 and SP2+ monitoring Lubbock 911 call center
AKCP sensorProbe2+ with dual temperature and humidity sensor installed in Lubbock 9-1-1 cabinet

Due to the success of the current installation, Lubbock Emergency Communication District are expanding the installation of AKCP monitoring systems to other 9-1-1 call center locations in the county.

AKCP wired and Wireless Tunnel monitoring system is available now.

Contact dcmsales@dayaciptamandiri.com for more details.

AKCP established in the USA in 1981, has 30+ years experience in professional sensor solutions. AKCP created the market for networked temperature, environmental and power monitoring in the data center. Today with over 150 employees and 200,000 installations, AKCP is the world’s oldest and largest manufacturer of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions

AKCP Monitors The UK Atomic Energy Authority JET facility

 AKCP, the world’s oldest and largest supplier of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions, has supplied a monitoring system for the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) at their Culham Science Centre HQ in Oxfordshire. UKAEA are world leaders in developing fusion (the energy source of the stars) for future low carbon electricity, operating the EU’s Joint European Torus (JET) facility for the European fusion community.

UKAEA’s Electron Kinetics Group studies the action of electrons in the hot gases (or plasmas) of fuel produced at JET. AKCP environmental monitoring sensors are used to monitor the laboratory temperatures and relative humidity during their experiments.

Why is temperature monitoring important?

Measuring temperature on JET uses a technique known as Thomson Scattering. Detecting the scattered light when a laser beam interacts with an electron determines both temperature and density of thermonuclear electrons.

In JET experiments, the scattered light is detected by avalanche photodiodes (APDs). The detection efficiency of these diodes is very sensitive to temperature. They operate in a controlled environment, requiring temperature sensors to ensure maintenance of required temperature ranges.

Voltage Check Guarantee

Despite the controlled environment, it is not sufficient to guarantee accuracy. The bias voltage of the APDs is adjusted to compensate for temperature fluctuations. The voltage variation is at a rate of 2V/°C. The bias power supplies used are designed to achieve this automatically. As an insurance additional voltage sensors are required  to check the system functions as expected.

The AKCP Solution

The ease of the AKCP system allowed the physicists to quickly build the monitoring solution they needed. sensorProbeX+ (SPX+) base units, with temperature sensors, digital voltmeters, Modbus over TCP/IP and centralized monitoring through AKCPro Server. 

The 0.1°C resolution of the temperature sensors made them ideal for the measurements. The voltage monitoring required a specialized scientific grade sensor with high resolution. The ADAM 6017 from Advantech was deployed, with a 76uV resolution. Featuring Modbus TCP/IP, its data was brought into the SPX+ and AKCPro Server via virtual sensors.

AKCPro Server provided one graphical user interface to display all the collected sensor data.

Due to security restrictions photos within the labs are not permitted. AKCP was allowed to publish screenshots of the AKCPro Server to show the interaction between the AKCP sensors and the laboratory experiments.

Testing The System

To check the system functioned as expected, the experiment was conducted with room temperature set to 20°C, 19°C and 21°C. At each temperature the system was left for several hours for the photodiodes to reach an equilibrium temperature. The measurements were made by averaging the short-term fluctuations in both temperature and bias voltage. From this the temperature coefficient of the bias voltage was calculated. The results were within 10% of the expected values.

AKCPro Server screenshot of temperature values and bias voltage readings

AKCPro Server screenshot of temperature values and bias voltage readings

Plot of Room Temperature vs APD bias voltage

Plot of Room Temperature vs APD bias voltage

Additional Measurements

The power of the AKCPro Server virtual sensors were also leveraged to monitor a diverse array of equipment in the laboratory. Programmable relays, mass flow meters, and cryogenic level gauges were all interfaced via Modbus TCP/IP. Parameters monitored are :-

  • Mass flow rates of the Helium gas that is boiling off. Spikes on the graph are increased boiloff. (Blue on the graph)
  • Liquid helium level within the detector (Red on the graph)
  • Liquid Nitrogen shield level. Automatically refills and boils away every 20 hours. (Yellow on the graph)
  • Air flow rate through instrument air bearing. (Bottom graph)

 

Plot of third party level sensors and mass airflow interfaced to AKCPro ServerPlot of third party level sensors and mass airflow interfaced to AKCPro Server

The use of AKCPro Server as a centralized monitoring platform means the physicists can not only monitor the experiment’s environmental parameters, but also provides a convenient way to oversee the complete lab operation. It also sends alerts via e-mail when parameters are outside of allowed boundaries.

Boolean logic in AKCPro Server logically combines the outputs from several of the temperature sensors. The output controls AKCP Sensor Controlled Relays. This allows for the switching off of equipment should it run too hot. The use of the Boolean logic means that several sensors must agree on this status before the shutdown is triggered. This lowers the amount of unnecessary downtime.

AKCP wired and Wireless Tunnel monitoring system is available now. 

Contact dcmsales@dayaciptandiri.com for more details. 

The project at UK Atomic Energy Authority was supplied through AKCP’s dealer in the UK, OpenXtra.

AKCP established in the USA in 1981, has 30+ years experience in professional sensor solutions. AKCP created the market for networked temperature, environmental and power monitoring in the data center. Today with over 150 employees and 200,000 installations, AKCP is the world’s oldest and largest manufacturer of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions.

AKCP Monitors French National Weather Service

 AKCP, the world’s oldest and largest supplier of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions, were selected to monitor the infrastructure for Meteo France, the French National Weather Service.

Meteo France Remote Radar Station

Meteo France remote radar station

Meteo France has a network of 40 radar stations covering the country and several overseas territories. A monitoring solution was required for each of these remote meteorological radar stations. The system should be capable of monitoring temperature, humidity, and power status. In addition, a method of controlling the backup diesel generators, and taking in alarms from other systems was required.

The AKCP network-enabled, remote monitoring solution was selected. Deploying sensorProbe8-X20 (SP8-X20) base units at each of the 40 radar sites. Dual temperature and humidity sensors were used for environmental monitoring. AC Voltage sensors detect the presence or absence of AC Voltage. A DC sensor-controlled relay was connected to the diesel generator for remote start/stop. The SP8-X20 has 20x dry contact inputs which were utilized to monitor the fire alarm, intrusion alarms, and the position of the circuit breakers.

AC Voltage Sensors

AKCP AC Voltage Sensors

The data collected at each site is communicated over the wide-area network (WAN) through SNMP Traps to a server hosted by Meteo France. This allows the infrastructure team to monitor and react to on-site conditions. They are also starting a trial of AKCPro Server centralized monitoring software. This gives supervision of all sites from a single user interface with customizable desktops, reports, and alarms.

AKCP wired and Wireless Tunnel monitoring system is available now. 

Contact dcmsales@dayaciptamandiri.com for more details.

AKCP established in the USA in 1981, has 30+ years experience in professional sensor solutions. AKCP created the market for networked temperature, environmental and power monitoring in the data center. Today with over 150 employees and 200,000 installations, AKCP is the world’s oldest and largest manufacturer of networked wired and wireless sensor solutions.

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