VigilBox monitors critical environmental conditions, such as smoke, temperature, humidity, liquid water presence, motion, intrusion and vibration etc. When a sensor reading crosses the configurable threshold, VigilBox notifies via email, LEDs, alarm beacon, mobile phone or a browser based monitoring dashboard.
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  • Supports various kinds of sensors including but not limited to: temperature, humidity, smoke, intrusion, moisture, air conditioner, diesel generator set, commercial mains power, fuel.
  • Monitors power supplies: Commercial AC power, battery banks, rectifiers, backup generators, UPS systems.
  • Broadcasts / pushes alarm signals with customized input parameters.
  • Power consumption of the VigilBox device is less than 60W – overall system power consumption depends on number of sensors as well as types of sensors installed.
  • VigilBox AirCon control mechanism helps maintain the required temperature on the site to run the system smoothly, providing high reliability and low cost air-conditioning.
  • Optional passive PoE (Power Over Ethernet)
  • Output Solid State Relays (SSR) for control of external devices.
  • Multiple Digital & Analog I/Os. (modular design supports additional alarms/IOs, if required).
  • SMS Alerts (Optional).

  • 220VAC 50Hz Mains 24/7 operation.
  • Operates at – 48VDC from rectifier panels Operating temperature -10 to 55ºC.
  • Standard wall-mount casing, (1U Rack Mount casing also available)
  • Integrates with various NMS’s readily available or with customized NMS
  • Web based interface for easy configuration and monitoring
  • LCD interface for quick on-site alarm status view of all connected sensors locally (optional)
  • Supported Multiple Protocols: e.g. SNMP V1/V2c, DHCP, HTTP, TFTF, RS 232, RS 485, MQTT, etc.
  • Various media support including Ethernet, GSM, E1, 2G/3G, CDMA, etc.

All the sensors will be installed by deploying appropriate transducers at the remote monitoring location and then transmitted to the VigilBox device using standard UTP cable for termination. The transducers comply with industrial standards and some are OEM designed and have the capability to monitor real time data or set user defined thresholds to trigger alarms for certain parameters
S.No Alarm Type Parts/Make Origin Output Type
1 Fire/Smoke Honeywell USA Digital
2 Temperature/Humidity Aosong Electronics TAIWAN Digital
3 Water/Flood sensor NationalSemi USA Digital
4 Rectifier battery bank voltage Atmel Corp USA / UK Analog
5 Fuel level Sensor Multicom(Ultrasonic) USA Analog
6 Door Sensor Fbele HONG KONG Digital
7 Motion/Intrusion Sensor Ledent, USA USA Digital
8 Mains Voltage(AC) Yhdc/Atmel USA/CHINA Analog
9 Mains Current Yhdc/Atmel USA/CHINA Analog
10 Generator Voltage(AC) Yhdc/Atmel USA/CHINA Analog
11 Generator Current Yhdc/Atmel USA/CHINA Analog
12 DG set output voltage(VAC) Atmel Corp/Yhdc USA/CHINA Analog
13 DG set battery voltage Atmel Corp/Yhdc USA/CHINA Analog
14 Air Con. Power Crydom/Atmel USA/CHINA Digital

VigilBox is based on the Nagios open-source network monitoring system. VigilBox enables organizations to identify and resolve ICT infrastructure problems before they affect critical business processes. Designed with scalability and flexibility in mind, VigilBox gives an instant awareness of mission-critical remote infrastructure preventing future issues before they impact business.
VigilBox is powered by the open hardware and software frameworks and comes with the fully customized software that can be enchanced as per the customer requirements. All the sensors comnnected with the system can be viewed in a unified way and realtime status is displayed all the time. Intuitive graphic controls give a birds eye view of the system and help understand the system condition quickly.
The system is fully configurable and provides the flexibility to add functionality and control sensors from a remote location.
  • Plan for infrastructure upgrades before outdated systems cause failures
  • Respond to issues at the first sign of a problem
  • Automatically fix problems when they are detected
  • Coordinate technical team responses
  • Ensure organization’s SLAs are being met
  • Ensure IT infrastructure outages have a minimal effect on organization’s bottom line
  • Monitor entire infrastructure and business processes