EkkoSensors are self-contained, wireless and battery-powered for much simpler installation, while EkkoHub and EkkoLink hardware are also designed for easy install with a variety of mounting options. Our digital sensors don’t require any calibration, making them a reliable source of machine learning data.
The world’s first true Internet of Things-enabled family of wireless temperature and humidity sensors. EkkoSensors are self-contained, battery-powered and facilitate simple networking with predictable battery life and performance.
A manufacturer-agnostic sensor that provides real-time tracking of cooling duty loads in kWc for any CRAC/AHU unit. EkkoAir can be deployed rapidly, allowing data center teams to gain additional insight into thermal performance across both individual rooms as well as broader enterprise estates.
A wireless current monitoring device that accepts up to three standard 333 millivolt output current transformers rated between 1A and 1,000A. This provides a rapid way of capturing power consumption details, and enables power monitoring to be implemented where the costs of full power metering were previously prohibitive.
Collects and forwards data from up to 500 wireless EkkoSensors within a 20m radius. Multiple EkkoHubs can connect to an EkkoLink - which forwards data to the cloud-based EkkoSoft Critical over the WAN for visualization and analysis. Alternatively, an EkkoHub can connect directly to EkkoSoft critical to efficiently support Edge site monitoring.
Receives data from multiple EkkoHubs for secure transmission to EkkoSense’s EkkoSoft Critical software in the cloud. In the event of a connectivity loss, EkkoLink buffers site data for later transfer to EkkoSoft Critical.