Product Id: 27692817
Description: ATEN NRGence PE5324B eco PDU - Power distribution unit (rack-mountable) - AC 100-240 V - 6.2 kW - Ethernet 10/100 - input: NEMA L6-30 - output connectors: 24 - 0U
Mfr Part #: PE5324B
As part of its NRGence line, ATEN has developed a new generation of green energy power distribution units (PDUs) to effectively increase the efficiency of data center power usage. The NRGence PE5324 eco PDU is an intelligent PDU that contains 24 AC outlets and is available in various IEC or NEMA socket configurations. It provides the ability to monitor the center's health environment via sensors. Sensors are optional accessories. A sensor-enabled installation is required to generate a more complete energy-efficient data and chart.
NRGence eco PDU offers real-time power measurement - allowing you to monitor the power status of devices attached to the PDUs, either at the PDU device or Bank level, from practically any location via a TCP/IP connection. It also offers comprehensive power analysis reports - providing precise measurements of current, voltage, power and watt-hour in a real-time Display.
NRGence eco PDU supports any 3rd party v1, v2 & v3 SNMP Manager Software and ATEN eco Sensors (eco PDU Manager Software). eco Sensors provides you with an easy method for managing multiple devices, offering an intuitive and user-friendly Graphical User Interface that allows you to configure a PDU device and monitor power status of the equipment connected to it.
With its advanced security features and ease of operation, the eco PDU is the most convenient, most reliable, and most cost effective way to remotely monitor power status for multiple computer installations and allocate power resources in the most efficient way possible.
- Space saving 0 U rack mount design with rear mounting
- Remote users can monitor PDU/bank status via web pages on their browsers
- Remote power control via TCP/IP and a built in 10/100 Ethernet port
- Easy setup and operation via a browser-based user interface
- RTC support to keep the timer running during times of no power
- Power status measurement at the PDU/bank level
- Real-time aggregate current, voltage, and power and power dissipation displayed in a browser-based UI for monitoring at the bank level