Poly bag with box packing,one in a box, boxes in cartons for16A 8 Outlets IEC C13 Smart SNMP PDU for Remote Network Power Management. But if you have special requirements we can make adjustment according to customers' order requirements.
switch pdu; ip monitor pdu; Power Distribution Equipment
The managed PDU and PDU server are a set of Internet ready equipment that offers essential functions such as power monitor, remote web power status viewing, and event alerts which helps system administrators or IT personnel to remotely monitor their connected devices and take preventive measures when needed. Each PDU server can connect 8 PDUs and each PDU can join 8 equipments to allow an administrator to monitor AC power devices via network. A PDU integrated with digital meter, it can work stand alone and co-operate with Cabinet Monitor to indicate its power consumption.
With built-in web server enabling to meter the current consumption of the power strips through webs and display it.
Setup easily, and the displayer can read the IP address directly.
Able to control each outlet remotely.
LEDs display the working status of each outlet.
Able to start each outlet in sequence.
Visual-audio alarm will alarm when the power consumption is over the setting of warning and overload
(8)ways IEC 320 C13/10A 250VAC
(1 or 8) 16A/32A circuit breaker
Http, Https, SNMP, DHCP, UDP
Outlet Power Display
Circuit Breaker Display
(1)RJ45 for Ethernet
3 Digits Seven segments for True RMS Meter;
50/60HZ full range
Max. Output Current
0% ~ 90%
Packaging & Shipping
Package details: Poly bag with box packing,one in a box, boxes in cartons for 16A 8 Outlets IEC C13 Smart SNMP PDU for Remote Network Power Management. But if you have special requirements we can make adjustment according to customers' order requirements.
Delivery details: 7-22 work days for 16A 8 Outlets IEC C13 Smart SNMP PDU for Remote Network Power Management after order confirmed.
Welcome to visit our place: 86 kilometers Alongside the National Highway 312, Suzhou Industrial Park, Suzhou, Jiangsu, P.R.C;
Prompt response: Any inquiries will be replied within 24 hours;
1). All products will be strictly Quality Checked in house before packing;
2). All products will be well packed before shipping.
3). All products have warranty.
Standard packaging, and you can also tell us your own requirements on packaging;
Shipping: We have strong cooperation with DHL,Fedex,UPS and so on. And you can also choose your own shipping forwarder.
Kejia Automation Co., Ltd.is located in the Suzhou Industrial Park which is famous for its beautiful scenery, outstanding people and smart land. Kejia, a high-and new-tech company, is dedicated to development, manufacture, marketing and service of electric products. The rapidly-developed regional economy and friendly investment environment ensure Kejia’s sustainable developments and continuous innovations. Kejia is an economically independent company within the Suzhou Electric Group. It is professional in producing SPD and automatic electric products, with an annual output of 500,000 units.
Safe: protect your valuable devices, your priceless data, your business
Reliable:adopt qualified components, advanced technologies, sever inspections
Green:save energy, no pollution, easy connection to new energies
Main products of Kejia:
Power protective device, Signal protective device;
Electrical quantity transmitter, Temperature transmitter;
Digital display instrument, Automatic measurement and control system.
Principles in quality:
Ensure the quality of products,
Strengthen the satisfaction of customers,
Create a win-win-win situation.
Q1: How's your experiences in the fields of surge protection & power distribution?
A: Dear users, we are founded in 1998, with experiences for nearly 20 years, mainly applied in the fields of electricity, electronics, telecommunication, mining, petrochemicals, railway, highway, finance, security etc.
Q2: Do you support OEM or ODM?
A: Dear users, yes, we support OEM & ODM.
Q3: How's your oversea markets?
A: Dear users, our products are popularly welcomed among Europe, America, Asia and certain countries in Africa, and we are very glad to have you as our partners.
Q4. What’s a PDU?
"PDU" stands for Power Distribution Unit. PDUs are, essentially, industrial-grade power strips used to control and power servers and telecommunications equipment in a data center.
PDUs are available in both AC and DC models to match the power in use for different kinds of applications.
Generally, in a datacenter, there’re too many electrical devices to be plugged to power supply, thus PDUs are required to distribute local power to each device. A PDU turns one power input into many power outputs, usually eight per PDU.
Q5. How many types of PDU do you have?
PDUs (Power Distribution Unit) could be divided into several types acc. to different standards:
1).acc. to mounting methods, can be divided into rack-mounted PDU and floor-mounted PDU;
2).acc. to power capability, can be divided into single phase PDU and 3 phase PDU/three phase PDU;
3).acc. to PDU functions, can be divided into basic PDU, surge protected PDU, smart PDU, or known as intelligent PDU(iPDU), ATS PDU.
Q6. what’s the difference between rack-mounted PDU and floor-mounted PDU?
A floor-mounted PDU provides an important management bridge between a building's primary power and various equipment racks within a data center or network operations center. Each PDU can handle larger amounts of energy than an ordinary power strip/power distribution equipment, and typically provides power to multiple equipment racks.
A rack PDU mounts directly to an equipment rack, so it can control and monitor power to specific servers, switches and other data center devices, and assists in balancing power loads. Rack-mountable PDU is known by several different models acc. to its functions, including basic PDU, surge protected PDU, smart PDU, or known as intelligent PDU(iPDU), ATS PDU.
Q7. What’s the difference between single phase PDU and 3 phase PDU/three phase PDU?
Single phase PDU is generally made with single phase voltage of 120V, 208V, 220V…, current of 10A, 15A, 16A, 20A… while 3 phase voltage of 208V, 380V, 400V, 415V…, current of 16A, 32A, 63A… Nowadays, the typical power required at a rack has increased from 2kW to 12kW and continues upward, and 3 phase PDU becomes more preferential to datacenter managers while managing budget.
Q8. How to determine loads of PDU?
While determining IT electrical device load in watts, including room for future growth, it’s the maximum load that must be supported by a single PDU in a single rack that must be considered, not the total load for the entire data center. To reduce the chance of downtime, do not load the PDU over 80% of maximum, or 40% for redundant configurations. The load refers to apparent power, and is calculated as volts x amps, and is described as volt-amps or VA.
Q9. What’s a basic PDU?
Basic PDU is designed with various outlet types, to provide power distribution for data center equipments. It’s a large power strip with no surge protection, no monitoring or remote access capabilities.
Q10. What’s surge protected PDU?
Surge protected PDU is basic PDU added with surge protection modules, to distribute power to electrical equipments and to protect sensitive electrical devices in data center from surge and lightning damages.
Q11. What’s smart PDU?
Smart PDU, also known as intelligent PDU(iPDU), is upgraded to provide data used for power usage effectiveness calculations. Intelligent PDU shares power well as remote management tools that use Http, Https, TCP/IP, DHCP, UDP, and SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) to provide administrators with the ability to adjust and monitor power demands from offsite locations. iPDU includes metered PDU with local total power consumption metering, monitored PDU with remote monitoring on total and per outlet power information from offsite locations, switched PDU can remotely turn on/turn off/reboot electrical loads. RJ11 port is optional for data center environmental monitoring, like temperature, humidity, air flow, etc.
Q12. Under what conditions should ATS PDU be used?
If your equipment has redundant power supplies, you should connect the power supplies to redundant PDUs that are connected to redundant supply circuits and UPS systems in order to provide maximum power availability. If your equipment has a single power supply, consider connecting it to a PDU with a built-in automatic transfer switch (ATS PDU) to provide increased power availability. When input power source A falls and input power source B is valid, the output is automatically transferred to Input B. The output is transferred back to Input A when Input A is valid and steady. This high speed transfer rate ensures that the transfer is transparent to the sensitive equipment. The two power sources are not required to be in phase.
Q13. Do your SPDs/PDUs/signal converters have warranty?
A: Dear users, yes, generally all our products are 2-year warranted. If you have special needs, we could pre-long warranty period accordingly.