Network Technologies Inc (NTI) have announced the addition of the ENVIROMUX-MNG-LC Environment Monitoring System Management Software for the ENVIROMUX-MICRO to its popular line of Environment Monitoring Systems and Accessories.
The ENVIROMUX-MNG-LC intuitive graphical management software provides an easy-to-use, unified interface for both monitoring and configuring up to 3,000 ENVIROMUX-MICRO-T and ENVIROMUX-MICRO-TRHP units and all connected sensors via Ethernet. The software displays values and statuses for individual sensors or a list of sensors. Multiple ENVIROMUX units can be monitored and configured individually or in a group.
The software uses a standard client/server architecture. The server application actively polls all units for status information as well as listens for alerts from all units. The client application that communicates with the server from any location communicates with the server to read statuses and to deploy configuration changes.
The software features scrolling summary pages which enable a user to filter specific sensors from multiple units for close monitoring. The status of each sensor is updated dynamically based on the configured refresh rate of each individual sensor. A scrolling summary can include selected sensors from a specific unit, all units, or a pre-configured group of units.
Users can also view the history graph of a selected sensor to track its readings from the last hour, last day, last week, last 30 days or the last 120 days. With multiplatform support, the ENVIROMUX-MNG-LC is compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, Windows Server 2000/2003/2008/2012, Solaris, Linux, FreeBSD, and MAC OS 9/10.
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