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Ethermometer model ET-2 Info
$249.00
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Network thermometer
Monitors, records, graphs temperature remotely. Also monitors two external dry contact closures. Supports eMail and SNMP reporting for temperature and closures.  *See note at bottom of page regarding email functionality.
Ethermometer RHT Info
$349.00
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Network thermometer with temperature and relative humidity sensor. Monitors, records, graphs temp & RH remotely. Also monitors two external dry contact closures. Supports eMail and SNMP reporting for temperature, RH, and closures.  *See note at bottom of page regarding email functionality.
UDP32S UDP encoder Info
$349.00 
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UDP encoder with 32 input triggers, a programmable text string for each trigger, and time/day based automation. HTTP, DHCP, SNMP, NTP
PF-1 Power Failure Sensor Info
$25.00
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PF-1 Power Failure Sensor accessory for Ethermometer (ET-2 or ET-2RHT). Provides closure to UPS-protected Ethermometer when Power Fails
Etherterminal model ET-1 Info
$129.00
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Network terminal adapter; ethernet to serial interface
Supports standard baud rates from 1200-115200
  • All devices are completely standalone (except PF-1 which requires an ET-2 or ET-2RHT). 
  • No special Windows, Unix, or Mac software is needed. Control and monitoring is accomplished via a simple web interface. 
  • Alarms are sent to a computer or pager via e-mail. 
  • Alarm thresholds are controllable via the web interface. 
  • SNMP features require use of third-party SNMP V.1 compliant software. 

 *Important Notice regarding email functionality:

The Ethermometer and Ethermometer RHT use SMTP open relay to send email messages to your email server.  The embedded processor we used for these devices was not capable of supporting a standard email client (with authentication) implementation.  If you are using gmail, yahoo mail, or many other email ISPs, the ethermometer’s emails will be blocked by your email server.  Some providers allow for IP address-based pass through, but many do not.  If your organization has its own email server, you may be able to configure it to whitelist (and pass) email from the ethermometer.

 The ethermometer and ethermometer RHT products do support SNMP, and HTTP/web browser for collection/review of temperature (or temperature and humidity) data.  These functions are not affected by the email limitations of the device.

 We are currently developing the next generation of the ethermometer, on new hardware – which will fully support secured email client operation.  We expect to have the new product ready to ship in Q1 of 2015.

More great ethernet devices in testing now. Keep an eye on this page for our latest releases.

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