No. None of the PDUs will have on/off switches on them. All CyberPower PDUs are always on by design.
No, PDUs do not have surge protection. If you are looking for a power distribution unit with surge protection, look at CyberPower’s line of Rackbars.
No, PDUs with a model number that includes “HV” indicate it is for High Voltage and will only support 200V-240V input and output.
The meter will flash when overloaded. Reduce the load on the PDU until the overload is gone. If the problem remains, contact technical support.
A hot-swappable battery eliminates power-related downtime and ensures maximum power availability. All potential UPS maintenance, including complete power module exchange, can be performed without powering down connected equipment. As long as utility power is on, you may leave the UPS and connected equipment on while replacing a new battery.
Cold Start Functionality restores emergency power to the load after the installation of a new battery.
Deliver spent batteries to a recycling facility or ship them to the manufacturer in the replacement battery packing material received with the new battery.
Connected equipment is unprotected from power outages while the battery is disconnected.
The power switch activates and deactivates various functions of the battery pack.