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February 3, 2014 - Available for SRCOOL12K and SRXCOOL12K Portable Air Conditioning Units, SRCOOLNET Accessory enables remote management via SNMP, Web, SSH, or telnet. IT managers can monitor temperature and humidity, receive alerts, access logs, change settings, and automate operation over network. With environmental sensor, temperature and humidity can be monitored up to 12 ft away from AC unit. Dry-contact interface is used to monitor and control compatible alarm, security, and telecom devices.

Tripp Lite

1111 W. 35th St., Chicago, IL, 60609, USA

Original Press Release

SRCOOLNET Adds Remote Management to Tripp Lite's Award-Winning SRCOOL12k Portable AC Unit

Press release date: January 30, 2014

Chicago, IL ---Tripp Lite, a world-leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity solutions, has introduced the SRCOOLNET remote management accessory. SRCOOLNET upgrades the currently shipping versions of the top-selling, award- winning SRCOOL12K and SRXCOOL12K Portable Air Conditioning Units, allowing IT managers to monitor temperature and humidity, receive alerts, access logs, change settings and automate operation over the network.

Key Features and Benefits of SRCOOLNET:

-- Enables remote management of SRCOOL12K or SRXCOOL12K via SNMP, Web, SSH or telnet, including centralized management through Tripp Lite's free PowerAlert NMS software or a third-party network management system

-- Allows IT managers to monitor temperatures, receive alerts, access logs and control settings over the network from any location

-- Includes an environmental sensor that can monitor temperature and humidity in locations up to 12 feet away from the Portable Air Conditioning Unit, allowing its operation to be tied to the conditions of a device or rack enclosure in another part of the room

-- Includes a dry-contact interface to monitor and control compatible alarm, security and telecom devices

"The new SRCOOLNET accessory allows users to monitor temperatures over the network and remotely change the Portable Air Conditioning Unit's settings in response," said Craig Watkins, Tripp Lite Product Manager. "With SRCOOLNET, our customers can manage their portable cooling solutions the same way they manage the rest of their IT infrastucture, such as UPS systems and PDUs. Tripp Lite makes the only portable cooling solutions that support this feature."

For more information on Tripp Lite's SRCOOLNET Remote Management Accessory, visit: http://bit.ly/1cRpQie

Watch a video on the SRCOOLNET: http://bit.ly/1iqzmLp

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About Tripp Lite
Outstanding product reliability and exceptional service have been Tripp Lite trademarks for over 90 years. Tripp Lite’s innovations include the world’s first UPS system designed specifically for personal computers, and the world’s most trusted premium surge suppressor--the Isobar®-with more than 19 million in use. Tripp Lite maintains the highest level of ready-to-ship inventory in the industry with more than 2,500 different products, including UPS systems, rack systems and cooling solutions, PDUs, PowerAlert software for enterprise-level system management and control, surge suppressors, KVM switches, cables and connectivity products, inverters, power strips and notebook accessories.

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Tripp Lite maintains a global presence with fully staffed offices worldwide. Additional information, including a list of Tripp Lite’s sales offices and authorized reseller partners, can be found by visiting Tripp Lite’s website: www.tripplite.com.

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