I have a small server room approx 7' x 12' with an A/C unit dedicated to this room that is positioned on of the short (7') sides and blows air across the room towards the other short (7') side.
The server room is set to temp of 69F but usually will only ever get down to around 70-71F (temp measured by the thermostat control panel on the wall).
I have two 1-wire temp. monitor gauges plugged into a linux box that graphs out measured temperatures. Right now the temp. monitor gauges hang on one of the long (12') sides and are positioned closely together.
I don't think this is ideal measurement and an accurate representation of the room's real temperatures and would like to fix this. Where is it best to position the temperature sensors in a room like this? I don't think hanging them from the drop-ceiling would work since then the A/C unit would blow cold air on them (skewing the measurements terribly).