Intelligent Power Management PDU14PMiD-CO

The intelligent power distribution units offer a wide variety SNMP and email delivered alrams that act to minimise system downtime through the quick identification of problems.

From multi-rack data centres, single rack installations, or both across multiple locations, the units deliver efficiency improvements by enabling the centralisation of engineering functions and early fault diagnosis.

With industry-standard MIBs, the units support any DCIM monitoring software including TSL’s own DCIM product Insite, offering comprehensive dashboards that deliver an intuitive view of the system status.

TSL’s intelligent PDUs deliver exceptional savings in time and money through the ability to remotely manage, control and configure any infrastructure.

This version provides on-board changeover capabilities, which will swap the power supply to the backup if the original fails.

      • On-board Changeover functionality
      • Secure/Encrypted web browser access (HTTPS)
      • Always-on front panel colour LCD UI for monitoring and control
      • State control of each of the 14 individually fused outputs
      • Current, voltage and power factor measurement for each outlet
      • Sequential, immediate, or user configured delayed start up
      • SNMP & REST API monitoring & alarms (optional control)
      • Internal temperature sensor with adjustable alarm limits
      • Fuse failure monitoring with front and rear panel LED indicators
      • Accessories included: Neutrik or equivalent input cable connector of either 20A or 32A
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    • 14 Outlets
    • 19” Rack mountable
    • 1U Horizontal mounting
    • 2x Neutrik powerCON
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