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Temperature value setting

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Temperature value setting

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by shemilusman on 2014-11-25


How do I change temperature sensor value to Degree Celsius in DCO. Currently it is showing Fahrenheit. The temp/humidity sensor is directly connected to RPDU.

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Re: Temperature value setting

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Søren Bruncke Mikkelsen on 2014-11-25


Hi Shemilusman,

The temperature can be changed by the settings for the client.

It is found in the menu item "preferences->General" where you should chose "Metric" as system of measurement.

 

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Re: Temperature value setting

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Søren Bruncke Mikkelsen on 2014-11-25


Hi Shemilusman,

The temperature can be changed by the settings for the client.

It is found in the menu item "preferences->General" where you should chose "Metric" as system of measurement.

 

(CID:93193817)

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