The Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Open/Close Sensor uses an external magnetic switch to detect the presence or removal of a trigger magnet. When the sensor detects that the magnet is removed or returned it sends the information to iMonnit. Notifications can be set up through the online system to alert the user when a magnetic source is present or not with the ability to only notify within time of day parameters.
The Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Sensor products measure various conditions (environmental, power, access). All devices come with flexible settings — including notifications, alerts, reports, and maps — can be customized in the iMonnit online sensor management interface.
No PoE infrastructure in your building? Plug the PoE•X Sensors into your Ethernet network and then power the sensors with the optional AC power supply.
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Magnetic Sensor Specifications
|Contact Rating||SPST, gold under -plating with Deactivated Rhodium outer-plating|
|Switch Cycles||50 million|
|Operation Gap||Up to 3/4 inch|
|Wire Leads||22 gauge / 13.5 in length (± 1.5 in)|
|Magnet Case Construction||Weatherproof, high-impact ABS plastic with self-adhesive backing|
|Magnet Temperature Range||-15°F to 160°F (-25°C to 70°C)|
|Hardware||10 / 100 Ethernet Controller|
|Operation||Full- and Half-Duplex|
|Cross-Over Correction||Automatic MDI / MDI-X|
|Protocols Supported||DHCP, DNS, NTP, UDP, TCP, SNMP, Modbus TCP|
|Device Memory||Up to 50,000 sensor messages; varies based on sensor type. (Sensor messages will be stored in the event of Internet outage and transferred when connection is restored.)|
|Operating Temperature||-20 to +60°C (-4 to 140°F)|
|Storage Temperature:||-40 to +85°C (-40 to 185°F)|
|IEEE Standard Compliance||802.3AF-2003 / 802.3AT-2009 Class 1|
|Input Power||Supplementary Power Requirement|