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Thermostat for Server Room

I'm looking for a device i.e. thermostat that we can place in the server room that we will be able to view the temperature online and will send us alerts when the room reaches a certain degrees. Any ideas?
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BoguezAuthor Commented:
Alerts can be via email and texts
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shjacks55Commented:
Whoever made your server room equipment (racks) probably has a solution.  APC.COM?
In addition to alerts you might want the temp feedback tied into the fire suppresion system you are (should be) using. (Rem the Halon that prevents water damage to your computers will kill humans.)

Fry's had an IP video monitoring camera (for outdoors) that included web server and temperature.
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BoguezAuthor Commented:
I'm sorry I should have typed "thermometer", we are using a portable ac unit to cool the room.
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BrianCommented:
APC makes a host of setups. The SmartUPS has an enviornmental monitoring card and sensor. Find details at www.APC.com but shop around for price.

Also, Temperatur@lert from www.temperaturealert.com works well.
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D_VanteCommented:
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BoguezAuthor Commented:
D Vante,

Thanks found what I was looking for.
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BoguezAuthor Commented:
I want to give point to D Vante I click the wrong button
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BoguezAuthor Commented:
perfect
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