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PDU Switched 120-Volt / 30-Amp 5-15/20R 24-Outlet L5-30P Vertical 0URM

PDU Switched 120-Volt / 30-Amp 5-15/20R 24-Outlet L5-30P Vertical 0URM

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  • $ 61137


120-Volt switched PDU with built-in web/network interface in 0U 70 in. / 178cm vertical rackmount form factor; 30-Amp maximum capacity (agency de-rated to 24-Amps) . 10 ft. / 3m cable with L5-30P input plug . 24 Switched NEMA 5-15/20R outlets . Supports power-on, power-off or reboot of each outlet on a real-time or programmable basis . Enables reboot of locked equipment, custom power-on/power-off sequences, load-shedding of optional loads and disabling unused outlets . Network interface provides PDU control and data regarding input voltage, frequency and loading information . Digital display reports load level information in Amps in 3 segments (bank 1, bank 2 and total) . Supports user specified alarm notification thresholds . In-rack environmental reporting with optional ENVIROSENSE temperature / humidity sensor and rack access notification with up to 4 optional SRSWITCH door sensors

Tripp Lite 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. Unused PDU outlets can be electronically locked off to prevent the connection of unauthorized hardware. PDU output current consumption in amps is displayed locally via visual meter and remotely via web/network interface to warn of potential overloads before critical IT mains or branch breakers trip.

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