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Sensor mapping for DC equipment

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jarno Hamalainen on 2017-12-15


Hello

I was trying to set up a branch circuit monitoring for DC PDU but it seems that there is no option for "sensor mapping" in generic DC PDU.

The similar setup is possible for generic AC PDU but apparently not for DC. Before trying sensor mappings, I associated one measurement device with these PDUs one at time to test the cases.

Any suggestions how to do branch circuit monitoring in DC domain?

Example shot of DC PDU case:

Example shot of AC PDU case:

(CID:126882398)


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Re: Sensor mapping for DC equipment

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2017-12-15


Hi Jarno,

Sensor mapping is essential for branch circuit monitoring. You are right, I have also checked and can confirm your observation that currently the Sensor Mapping functionality is not possible for DC PDU(s). I have registered an enhancement case for this, so it can be prioritized in a future version. Many thanks for reporting.

Kind regards

(CID:126882425)

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Re: Sensor mapping for DC equipment

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2017-12-15


Hi Jarno,

Sensor mapping is essential for branch circuit monitoring. You are right, I have also checked and can confirm your observation that currently the Sensor Mapping functionality is not possible for DC PDU(s). I have registered an enhancement case for this, so it can be prioritized in a future version. Many thanks for reporting.

Kind regards

(CID:126882425)

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