MAPe' - Management Appliance for Power & Environment

Introduction

VisualSoft Private Limited developed a MAPe' (Management Appliance for Power and Environment) platform to provide power line monitoring and environmental surveillance over standard TCP/IP networks as well as alternative networks like GPRS/GSM. It can take care of all these issues related to data center power monitoring and environmental conditions at local or remote sites.
MAPe’ is an appliance that is fully customizable and can be easily tailored to meet almost any kind of requirements from our valued clients. To-date there is no single product available in the market that can meet both the power and the environmental needs of the organizations at the same time.

It is a highly customizable platform to monitor and control the power and environmental conditions both locally and remotely using standard SNMP protocol or secure WEB based interface.


MAPe Architecture



 

Features

  • Monitor Power and Environmental alarms
  • Create Alarm signals with customized input parameters
  • Output relays for control of external devices
  • SMS Alerts
  • Digital & Analog I/O
  • Supported Protocols: SNMP V1/V2c, SMTP, DHCP, SSL etc
  • Available sensors includes: temperature, humidity, smoke, intrusion, moisture, Air conditioner etc
  • Monitor Power supplies: Commercial AC power, battery plants, rectifiers, backup generators, UPS systems etc
  • Standard 1U Rack Mount casing
  • Integrates with various NMS’s including NAGIOS, HP open-view etc
  • Web based interface for easy configuration and monitoring
 

How can Visualsoft help you?

Power management is one of the crucial elements in any network. Visualsoft can help you to study your power and environmental alarm needs and suggests you the appropriate solution to make your network up and running at all the time. We can also help you terminate all these alarms to your existing NOC platform.

Our flagship product MAPe’ is a unique appliance that can be easily tailored to meet your power and environmental sensor requirements

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