Enables offsite and onsite tracking of PDU vitals; provides outlet control for individual and networked clients.
The amount of power being drawn by a system, measured in watts. Real power is a function of apparent power (volt-amps) and the power factor.
See Electromagnetic Interference.
Are industrial-strength rackmount surge protectors (15-amp; 20-amp) designed for the most demanding applications. They safeguard systems and networking equipment against destructive power events that can damage equipment and cause the loss of valuable data. Rackbars may be installed vertically or horizontally.
Allows a model to be installed horizontally (rack) or vertically (tower).
Provides unsurpassed control and protection of the UPS, connected equipment, and network devices.
Allows administrators to control and configure the UPS, without being onsite, via a standard web browser or network management system (NMS).
The length of time that a UPS will support a given load while running on battery during a power outage. The maximum period of time that battery power is output from a UPS to its connected devices during a power interruption. Runtime is dependent upon the total load of all connected equipment.
Displays immediate, detailed information on the UPS battery and power conditions, alerting users to potential problems before they can affect critical equipment and cause downtime. The rotatable screen is easily readable whether the UPS is rack mounted or standing as a tower.
Types of a registered jack (RJ). RJ11 is for standard phone lines. RJ14 is for multiple phone lines, and RJ45 is for Ethernet.
Provides for conveniently delivering expired batteries to a recycling center. After installing the new cartridge, place the old one in the reusable packaging.
Interrupts an electric current in a circuit when the current becomes too high.