Product Id: 24202877
Description: Eaton Enclosure Power Distribution Unit Automatic Transfer Switch T2235 - Power distribution unit (rack-mountable) - AC 208-240 V - 5760 VA - input: NEMA L6-30 - output connectors: 2 (NEMA L6-20) - 1U - North America
Mfr Part #: TPC2234-3789
These PDUs complement your Eaton or third-party UPS systems, distributing power to up to 24 or 45 receptacles in high-density rack environments - or anywhere conditioned power must be distributed to multiple pieces of equipment.
- Plug-and-power architecture effectively distributes UPS power throughout high-density racks or wiring closets
- User-selectable combination of NEMA, IEC and hardwired inputs and NEMA and IEC output receptacles
- Protects against overload conditions and tripped breakers with continuous monitoring
- Branch circuit protection standard, with UL 489-listed circuit breakers
- Enhances power availability by using separate circuit breakers for groups of receptacles to limit the impact of overload conditions
- Supports remote monitoring and management at the outlet, branch circuit and PDU level
- Supports scheduled or on-demand turn-on/off of individual outlets to start/reboot remote servers
- Saves valuable rack space with flexible mounting options, including 1U, 0U, wall and floor mounting
- Branch circuit breakers
UL-489-listed circuit breakers with cable retention brackets, visual indication. Provide branch circuit protection and on/off operation for groups of receptacles; prevent power cords from being accidentally disconnected, display current state.
- On-board power metering
Help prevent overload conditions, optimize power distribution, and, when applicable, accurately bill internal customers for power usage.
- Time-stamped activity logging
Enable you to assess historical power consumption and quality for a branch circuit or PDU, branch circuit or PDU, to consider past trends before adding new loads.
- Trending and load profiling
Deliver valuable insight for managing power consumption, diagnosing issues and optimizing utilization of available power at all levels.
- Local monitoring
Provide a quick visual indication of each circuit's load, reducing the risk of overloads and tripped breakers.
- Remote monitoring
Display circuit- and PDU-level information, warnings and alarms from anywhere, automatically sent to a building management or power management system.