Aten eco Sensors Energy & DCIM Management Software Datasheet

Aten eco Sensors Energy & DCIM Management Software Datasheet
NRGence™ Energy Intelligence Solutions
Energy & DCIM Management Software/Web GUI
eco Sensors / eco DC
ATEN’s eco Sensors and eco DC perfectly synergize with
NRGence™ Energy Intelligence PDUs to provide the
mechanisms to optimize your energy needs. eco Sensors /
eco DC and PDU can measure the Dynamic Rack Cooling
Index (RCI) and Return Temperature Index (RTI). This
allows data centers to analyze the operational efficiency
of equipment versus the cost of cooling, in order to better
manage power allocation. These indexes have been
incorporated into the U.S. Department of Energy DC Pro
software tools for data center energy assessments and the
Data Center Energy Practitioner program.
Using ATEN’s NRGence™ Energy Intelligence PDU and eco
Sensors / eco DC, an administrator’s data center is equipped
with real time monitoring, measurements and EnPIs analysis
that produce reports of power usage, PUE, RCI and RTI
to meet the ISO 50001 requirements. With these critical
indexes, you can generate customized reports about your
data center’s energy usage that include energy saving
suggestions. Following these suggestions allows you to
optimize energy usage and save energy without harming
the IT equipment’s reliability.
Eco DC is the new Web-based GUI that allows users log
in to manage and control PDUs through web browser. No
additional install or setup needed. Eco DC can run under
any platform and OS. Users can easily manage the power
consumption of the data center through intuitive interface
and graphics.
ATEN’s eco Sensors is available in a Server and Client
version. The Server version offers the full functionalities
and is capable of managing the PDUs through SNMP
and managing client nodes through TCP/IP. This allows
multiple users to log in to the server node and manage
PDUs in different authorized zones, making distributed PDU
management much more efficient under one centralized
environment. With the Client version, users can log in to a
server node to monitor PDU status and control each outlet
on the PDUs. Having the eco Sensors Server and Client
version allows data centers to optimize their performance
and centralize management with ease.
Server Version
• Offers full functionalities of eco
Sensors
• Manage clients through TCP/IP
• Manage PDUs through SNMP
Client Version
• Users are allowed to log in to
the Server version
• Real time functions:
Dashboard / Power Control /
Group Control
eco Sensors
Client Version
eco Sensors
Server Version
eco Sensors
Client Version
eco Sensors
Client Version
IP Network
MySQL
IP Network
eco Sensors Server & Client Version
Browser
Browser
eco DC
Browser
TCP / IP
MySQL
SNMP
eco DC Structure
Real-time Rack Status Monitoring
eco DC: Real-time Rack Status Monitoring
1
NRGence™ Energy Intelligence Solutions
Features
• Automatic discovery of all PE devices within the same intranet
• Remote real-time power measurement and monitoring
- PDU level current / voltage / power dissipation / power consumption
- Outlet ON / OFF / Recycle status
• Second window to monitor a data center’s PUE, RTI, RCI, Power, Carbon Footprint and rack status
• Remote real-time power outlet management*
- Power outlet ON / OFF / Cycle switching by outlet or user-defined group
- Power outlet ON / OFF / Cycle switching with pre-defined schedule
- User-defined outlet level delays for sequential power up
- Current / Voltage / Power Dissipation / Power Consumption threshold level settings
- User access assignment for every outlet
- Name assignment to individual outlets
• Remote real-time environment sensor monitoring
- Temperature / Temperature + Humidity / Temperature + Differential Pressure readings
- Temperature and Humidity threshold level settings
• Plotting / Monitoring of all PE devices
- Add data center server racks
- Add PE devices for each server rack
- Manage device/device outlet status for each plot
• Offers essential data center indices including Rack Intake Temperature, Rack Exhaust Temperature, Rack Equipment
Temperature Difference, RCI ( Rack Cooling Index ), RTI ( Return Temperature Index ), RHI ( Rack Humidity Index ), RPI ( Rack
Pressure Index ), RAI ( Rack Airflow Index )
• Power analysis report for optimizing data center energy management – including power usage, power load, power cost,
CO2 cost, power capacity and trends
• Exceed threshold alert through SMTP and System log
• 1024 line event log
• System log provision
• Two-level password security
• Strong security features include password protection and advanced encryption technologies – 128 bit SSL
• Supports online UPS and SNMP Card
• Real-time status charts for Current / Voltage / Wattage remote monitoring
2
Overall Rack Cooling Effectiveness
Power Control
eco DC: Online UPS
eco DC: Overall Rack Cooling Effectiveness
eco DC: Power Control
eco DC: Real-time Status Charts
* Not all functions are supported by all eco PDU PE models. Please visit www.aten.com for more details.
NRGence™ Energy Intelligence Solutions
Highlights
Power Measurement
and Scheduling by Zone
eco Sensors and eco DC allow you to group racks in up to 128 zones and define specific areas that
you wish to get readings for. Administrators can schedule power on & off by zone and monitor
real-time stats with data such as peak and average power usage per zone.
Power Analysis Report
eco Sensors and eco DC offer comprehensive power analysis reports which can be segmented
by departments and locations. Both display trending charts in real-time or according to the day,
month, year, or grasp the power consumption needs of each season. By knowing the actual power
consumption trends with easy to read charts, you can allocate energy resources and prevent wasted power capacity.
Optimum Data Center
Energy Management
When used in conjunction with Sensor-enabled eco PDUs, eco Sensors and eco DC provide administrators with a real-time Rack Cooling Index® and dynamic power analysis to protect IT equipment from excess heat or insufficient power capacity.
Fan Energy Saving &
Chiller Energy Saving
eco Sensors and eco DC provide real-time power measurements and environmental monitoring
of a data center from a variety of locations including: at the zone, rack, device or outlet level. By
generating customized reports about your data center’s status, administrators can evaluate the Fan
Energy Saving & Chiller Energy Saving potential. With this information, administrators can quickly
analyze and confirm how long it will take to recover the cost of investing new energy resources,
and confirm the return on investment.
Energy Saving Estimates
Zone Setting
eco DC: Energy Report
eco DC: Zone Setting
Temperature
Sensor
Normal
1
Unreachable
2
3
Warning
4
5
15
20
6
Critical
7
8
9
1
5
10
Differential
Pressure
Sensor
A
1
5
10
25
Internet/
LAN
IT Office
Report Title: Sales Department IT Power Analysis
Daily Report: 2011/1/1 – 2011/5/5 by Bill Li
IT Office
IT Power Usage Chart
kWH
IT Power Load Chart
kWH
- Sales 3
6
6
4
4
- Sales 2
2
Sales
2
- Sales 1
1/1 2/2 3/3 4/4 5/5
1/1 2/2 3/3 4/4 5/5
IT Inventory List in Report
No.
eco PDU Sensor Probes
3
Server Storage
Name Peak Watts
Peak
CO2e/Hrs
Yearly Power Cost
Yearly CO2e Cost
Location
01
Web Server
3
1.8 kg
1200
600
L25
02
Log Server
6
3.6 kg
3600
1800
L27
NRGence™ Energy Intelligence Solutions
Functions
eco Sensors
Server Version Client Version
Dash Board
Energy
Power Control
Group Control
Power Analysis
Thermal Analysis
User
Account
Zone Define
Rack Install
Device
System
Device Setup
Define Data
Group
In-Synergy
Gateway
Sys Settings
Maintenance
Database
Task
Billing
System Log
Log
Real-time monitor of power usage, temperature
and humidity
Monitor PDU status and control power outlets
Control power outlet by group
Power usage analysis by hour, day, month or
quarter year
Thermal analysis by hour, day, month or quarter
year
Account management, access rights by function,
device and group
Define data center zone
eco DC
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
N/A
•
•
N/A
•
•
N/A
•
•
N/A
•
Install server rack in data center
•
N/A
•
Setup PDU or Energy Box in data center
•
N/A
•
Define data group for report analysis, group
control and schedule control
•
N/A
•
Support external gateway for CT meter
•
N/A
N/A
System parameters, SNMP and SMTP Settings
•
N/A
•
PDU and Energy Box firmware upgrade
Database settings, capacity management, import/
export, configuration, backup/restore
Scheduling group outlet control and configure
backup
Electricity billing report
•
N/A
•
•
N/A
•
•
N/A
•
•
Log Options
Events
•
N/A
View system log
•
N/A
•
Log settings
•
N/A
•
Event settings
•
N/A
•
Hardware Requirements
eco Sensors
Server Version
Client Version
Operating System
CPU
Display
Memory
Disk
Network
eco DC
Server Version
Windows 7 / Windows Server 2003 and later
2.5 GHz Quad Core
2.0 GHz Dual Core
Larger than 1024 x 768
Client Version
Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 and later
2.5 GHz Quad Core
2.0 GHz Dual Core
Larger than 1440 x 900
4 GB
2 GB
8 GB
500 GB
100 GB
1 TB
4 GB
NA
10/100 Mbps Ethernet
1 Gbps Ethernet
eco Sensors Server Version
128
8
2500
45 x 30 / 72 x 48 / 90 x 60
1250
128
At least 3 years
300 GB
eco DC
1024
32
3000
45 x 30
3000
NA
At least 3 years
NA
System Parameters
(Max) Accounts
Concurrent Logins
(Max) PDUs
Data Center Layouts
(Max) Racks
(Max) Zones
Power Report History
Real Time Dashboard Data
Product information is subject to change without prior notice.
ATEN International Co., Ltd.
4
3F., No.125, Sec. 2, Datong Rd., Sijhih District., New Taipei City 221, Taiwan
Phone: 886-2-8692-6789 Fax: 886-2-8692-6767
www.aten.com E-mail: [email protected]
Publish Date: 05/2020 V7.0
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