Geist Watchdog 100 Environmental Monitor with Flood Sensor


As with all Watchdogs, the Watchdog 100 allows users to keep an eye on remote conditions from a secure web interface and receive SNMP, e-mail, text message (via your carrier’s email-to-SMS gateway) and voice call alert notifications when user-specified thresholds are breached. The web interface provides an overview of environmental measurements with real time sensor data. All measurements are logged allowing users to collect data for trending and capacity management. Up to 50 customizable alarms can be configured with alarm escalations per device. The Watchdog 100 features four 0-5VDC / dry-contact analog inputs and two digital sensor ports. Up to four digital sensors can be connected by daisy-chaining sensors or using a standard splitter.

Additional information

Environmentally Friendly: Yes 
Additional Information:
  • On-board Sensors: Temperature, Humidity/Dew Point
  • Firmware: SNMP (v1, V2c, v3), email & email-to-SMS alerts, alarm escalations, logging, CSV logs, 3 access account levels
  • Ports: Digital: 2, Analog: 4, Relay Output: 1

Watchdog 100/100-P Specifications:

  • Temperature: -20° – 85°C, +/- 0.5°C
  • Humidity: 0 to 100%, +/- 2%
  • Power: 6VDC power supply, PoE IEE802.3af
  • Ethernet: 10/100 Mbps, RJ-45 receptacle
  • Real Time Clock (RTC) with power backup
  • Reset IP push-button: restores factory defaults

Watchdog 100/100-P Software Features:

  • HTTP web access
  • Alarms: high/low values, multiple thresholds per sensor
  • ESMTP: email alerts, ESMTP auth SNMP (v1, v2c, v3): gets, trap and clear alerts, MIB
  • Paging: email to pager proxy
  • Syslog: send debug messages to Syslog server
  • Web cams (optional): Up to four can be displayed
Package Contents:
  • Watchdog 100 Environmental Monitoring System
  • Rack-Mount Brackets
Environmental Certification: RoHS 
Physical Characteristics
Weight (Approximate): 2 lb 
Color: Black 
Depth: 1.1″ 
Form Factor: Rack-mountable 
Width: 8.6″ 
Height: 2.5″ 


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