Falcon 2-U FMS With Internal Temp/Humidity Sensors

Falcon 2-U Facilities Monitoring System

FMS 2-U Quick Specs:

  • 8 inputs, configurable as either analog 4-20mA or digital dry-contact NO/NC
  • 2 dry-contact relay outputs 
  • 4 slots for expansion cards
  • Internal Temperature/Humidity: ±0.5ºF (@ 25ºC), ±4ºF (@ -40º to 185ºF); ±3%RH (@ 20% to 80%RH)
  • Input protocols; Modbus, SNMP, BACnet/IP
  • Output protocols; Modbus, SNMP, BACnet
  • Includes a 85-264VAC to 24VDC desktop adapter with (US) cord

RLE's FMS Facilities Monitoring System is a comprehensive monitoring system commonly used to monitor sensitive facilities, critical equipment status, and environmental sensors. Feature-rich and budget friendly, the FMS is currently used in data centers, labs, telecommunications facilities, museums, and many other facilities around the world.

RLE Tech Falcon FMS 2-U Inputs

Looking for maximum versatility and expandability, all in a reliable, easily-accessible, budget friendly package? The Falcon Facility Monitoring System (FMS) is the system for you.

  • What sets the FMS apart in the marketplace? Ease of integration is a great place to start.
    Designed to be vendor neutral, the FMS aggregates information from a wide variety of sensors and equipment and then displays it through an onboard web interface. Does your facility have a larger BMS? No problem - the FMS also allows aggregated data to be pulled to other systems, all without additional servers or software.
  • If your data's valuable, and if reduced downtime is a priority, then you'll appreciate the FMS's reliability.
    The FMS is engineered without any internal moving parts - no hard drive, no fans. This means no downtime, no lost data, and no scheduled maintenance.
  • Finally, the FMS is a self-contained solution.
    It stores and displays all its own data and hosts its own web pages; you won't need to buy additional servers or install software on your PC. Great onboard features include data trending and extended logging, interactive graphical facility mapping, PUE/DCiE monitoring, and nesting - which allows one FMS to report conditions from a large collection of related FMS units.


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