Switched PDU systems can be accessed, configured and controlled through secure web, SNMP or Telnet Interface. Individually switched outlets can be controlled via a built-in web/network interface, enabling remote reboot of unresponsive network hardware. User defined power-up and power-down outlet sequences ensure proper operation of interdependent IT systems and prevent inrush-related overloads as devices are powered on.
PDUMH30NET Switched, Metered, 2U rack PDU supports 30A maximum capacity at 120V (agency de-rated to 24 amps). Includes attached L5-30P input plug and 16 5-15/20R switched outlets arranged in two separately breakered 8 outlet banks. Visual and remote current monitoring tracks the current for each 8 outlet bank separately, plus offers total power consumption for all 16 outlets combined. Supports 2U rackmount installation in 19 inch 4 post rack enclosures. 2POSTRMKITWM enables installation in 2 post relay racks. Included cord retention brackets keep vital network equipment plugged in and continuously powered.
2U rackmount switched PDU with digital current monitoring, remote control and temperature / humidity montitoring capability
120V 30A maximum total capacity with L5-30P input plug and 16 5-15/20R controllable outlets
Enables ability to turn on, turn off, recycle or lock-out power to each individual outlet
Programmable or real-time outlet power control via built-in web/network monitoring and control card
Automatic sequential outlet turn-on prevents inrush-related equipment interaction on startup
Tripp Lite single phase Switched PDU / Power Distribution Unit offers advanced network control and monitoring with the ability to turn on, turn off, recycle or lock-out power to each individual receptacle, monitor site electrical conditions and remotely monitor output power consumption. PowerAlert interface supports remote control and custom notification of user-specified conditions via email, secure web, SNMP, Telnet or SSH interface. Individually switched outlets can be controlled in real-time to remotely reboot unresponsive network hardware, or be custom programmed for user-defined power-up and power-down sequences to ensure proper startup of interdependent IT systems and prevent inrush-related overloads as network equipment is first energized. PDU output current consumption in amps is continuously displayed locally via visual meter and remotely via web/network interface to warn of potential overloads before critical IT mains or branch breakers trip.