PRO2™ Smart/Switched C2W48CE 14.4kW - 17.3kW 3-Ph (36) C13 & (12) C19 outlets Rack PDU
The PRO2 hot-swappable network card provides for HTTP(S), SSH, Telnet,SNMP, (S)FTP, SMTP, Syslog, LDAP(S), RS-232 serial, and more.
Hot-Swap Network Card
Network access is ensured when power is lost to the Primary unit with backup power provided by the primary Expansion unit.
Linking allows access via a single primary PDU and up to 7 linked PDUs through a single IP address for more efficient power management.
Temperature/ Humidity Monitoring
Primary and Expansion (select products) units each support two external 10' (3m) Temperature/Humidity probes. Receive SNMP-based alerts and email notifications.
Auto-Flip Current Display
Easy-to-read LEDs display current per phase to help prevent overloads and simplify three-phase load balancing in high-density cabinets.
Per-Inlet Power Sensing
Meets ANSI C12.1 for billing-grade accuracy of Current per phase. PIPS includes voltage, active power, apparent power, power factor, and energy.
Branch Current Monitoring
PRO2 monitors current at each breaker branch and provides SNMP-based alerts and emails on high usage that risks a tripped circuit.
Branch Circuit Protection
PRO2 meets the UL and IEC 60950-1 requirement for branch circuit protection through use of UL489 rated magnetic-hydraulic circuit breakers or UL248 fuses.
3-phase power is wired in an alternating fashion per outlet for simplified load balancing, reduced cord lengths, and better airflow.
High-Density Outlet Technology
The highest outlet density available in a network connected PDU. Meets IEC C13 and C19 specifications, plus high native retention and UL94V-0 flame rating.
High Retention Locking Outlets
PRO2 receptacles have high retention and are compatible with P-Lock type power cords.
High Temperature Rating
This product has been tested and approved for safe and reliable operation in 60°C (140°F) data center environments.
PRO2 includes standard button mounts along with provisions for custom mounting brackets (contact Server Technology for details).
Choose from six colors to designate circuits for rack PDUs in the data center. Color options include Blue, Red, Green, White, Yellow, and Black.