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RF Code Unveils High Performance Temperature Sensor

RF Code has unveiled a new RF Code high performance temperature sensor, which further extends the company’s dominance in providing superior energy-efficient systems for data centers.

With unique sensor technology that facilitates long battery life, rigorous monitoring accuracy, and real-time altering, RF Code solutions outperform other monitoring solutions. These improvements leverage power saving technology developed by RF Code.

The high performance temperature sensor is a component of RF Code’s data center monitoring and asset management solutions, which is a combination of Active RFID hardware and built-in management software. Besides the ongoing sensor advancement, the company has integrated ingenious functionalities to its software. These capabilities include the ability to monitor temperature variations down to 0.1°C and enable customers to take data storage decisions based on individual requirements of a company.

Besides being utilized by several key firms, RF Code solutions have been integrated into several major data center infrastructure management platforms to facilitate customers operate more efficient data centers.

RF Code’s Vice President of Product Development, Chris Gaskins stated that data center failure can occur between temperature monitoring alerts communicated by the sensor. Other solutions compromise alerting time to deliver a long life battery. The company has overcome this challenge by devising a solution that provides accurate monitoring, quick alerting and long battery life. The solution is a matchbook-sized, peel and stick sensor that rapidly communicates alerts to the key personnel of a data center. The company’s solutions focus on preventing power management issues.

Source: http://www.rfcode.com/

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