New! Support for Hi-Performance 120MM fans: The new
DigitalDoc5 now supports 60 MM to 120MM Hi-Performance fans. Up to 12 Watts or 1000mA!
temperatures and RPM speeds continuously: The new DigitalDoc5 can be set to scan all
available temperature channels and RPM speeds continuously. Good for keeping an eye on an
important heat source during heavy usage.
suitable for DIY applications, Gamers, Overclockers and PC Enthusiasts, the
DigitalDoc5 can be used with RAID towers, servers, Industrial PCs, and personal computers.
temperature range: 0-100 degrees C (32-212 F). User can adjust the set-point value. If
the temperature reaches the set-point, the fan for that channel is automatically
activated; after the fan has been turned on, if the temperature continues to rise (an
additional 5 degrees C), the unit will issue a warning signal.
both +5 and +12 VDC power sources; the power tolerance warning can be set to any of
four values: 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20%.
batteries required; connects directly to your equipment's +12 VDC power source.
back-lighting function convenient for diagnostic work and for adjusting the settings.
Back-lighting function can be set to always be on, or to just be on when in use, reducing
electricity use and environmental energy needs.
EEPROM memory chip to save all settings. When equipment is turned on, there is no need
to re-enter settings.
easily installs in any 5.25" opening; takes up almost no space.
connected fans can be activated when the power is turned on, or only a portion of
them. This reduces energy consumption and creates a quieter work environment.
with override fan control function. User can turn on fan at any time with the FORCE
function, without having to wait for the temperature to rise.
objective scientific analysis or MIS investigation; quickly clarifies problem source
in equipment or system.
DigitalDoc5 temperature sensor acts as early warning system by checking temperature
levels every 40 seconds. Any computer device that generates even modest heat has the
capacity to overheat without warning and destroy valuable data or hardware. Temperatures
are displayed on a front-panel readout so you know the exact temperature of any device in
your system at all times.
any device begin to overheat, the DigitalDoc5 activates up to eight cooling fans,
immediately bringing the system temperatures down and at the same time alerting you by
lighting the "WARNING" - "TOO HI" LED displays and sounding a
continuous beeper, all in time for you to take preventative action to avoid loss.
fan in any device fail, dangerously high temperatures can develop rapidly. The
DigitalDoc's fan monitor tracks each fan's rpm signal. If the fan begins to die,
this warning system gives you time to replace it before damage occurs.