Our web interface is flexible enough to empower you with all the tools you need to monitor and control your mission-critical facility. It is embedded in each remote monitoring unit and can be accessed with an IP address inside your browser.
Simplicity & Flexibility
The interface is built-in inside every Vutlan monitoring unit. Simply type in the IP address of the unit in the browser. Real-time dashboards with live updates and status information. The menu is divided into sections: Overall Stats, System Tree, Dry Contacts, Event Log, Logic Schemes, Cameras, Map, Users, CAN configuration, Graphs, Outlets, Preferences, System Menu.
User Access and Permissions
Using "view" and "write" rights, user access can be restricted to the subsystems of the device using groups of access permission. User access can also be restricted to a specific group of sensors, which is defined by the administrator. This allows defining users for view or control of specified subsystems, allowing clients or employees to be in charge of monitoring their own equipment or part of a facility.
Advanced Notifications & Alerts
7 notification technologies: Send Email, SMS, Syslog, Event log, SNMP Trap, SNMP Get, sound, and light an alarm beacon or a strobe light. Alerts bases on thresholds (warning, alert, normal). Multiple condition alerts. Escalation alerts (extra notifications every x min during downtime). Dependencies (avoid alarm floods). Alert Scheduling (based on time of the day).
Configurable Logic Schemes
Logic schemes are used to specify automatic actions to events that occur in the system. Logic schemes represent a set of conditions "IF" and a set of actions that are executed "THEN". Conditions can be combined using "AND" and "OR". For example, you have a telecommunication rack with servers and equipment. You need to activate fans inside a rack when the temperature reaches 36°C. If the temperature reaches 44°C you need to activate the second fan and notify the administrator via e-mail and SMS.
Virtual Sensors & Elements
9 virtual elements: Group (for structural organization of elements), E-mail (message), SNMP trap (message), SMS (message), Timer (for the planning of events), Trigger (for connecting two logic schemes), PING (probing), SNMP Get (request to query for information), IP Cam (surveillance).