This feature cuts power to connected equipment when the surge protector cannot provide protection anymore.
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is the standard for email transmission on the Internet.
Intelligent, network-grade power distribution and the ability to control outlets individually or collectively to solve power issues, such as shutdowns, and to plan scheduled rebooting. A digital meter displays information on load and voltage, as well as offering local control of outlets. An SNMP connection enables remote monitoring and control of the outlets to ensure complete control, regardless of location.
Provides local and remote control for individual and multiple outlets on Power Distribution Units (PDU)s. The local control can turn on/turn off outlets and disable unused outlets on PDUs. The remote control can restart outlets and devices, turn on/turn off outlets, schedule power on/off sequencing outlets, and disable unused outlets.
Prevents accidental power shutdowns and disconnections.
Diverts excess voltage away from sensitive electronic equipment during an AC power surge or power spike to prevent damage.
Supports 120V and selectable 200-240V output.
Ensures that when incoming power drops below or surges above safe voltage levels, the UPS switches to DC battery power and then inverts to AC power to run connected equipment.
The state in which an electronic device is asleep or powered off but still drawing power. Desktop computer’s monitor and hard disk turn off to save energy. In standby mode, all unsaved data and files will be lost if a power problem occurs. Televisions use standby power when powered off but draw enough power to receive a signal from the remote control to power them back on.
A spike is a sudden, brief over voltage.
Is a standardized protocol for monitoring and managing networked devices.
Improves and extends the functional life of a UPS battery and reduces excessive heat during work cycles by using a three-cycle charging process.