UL requirements that cover indoor-use cord-and-plug-connected Health Care Facility receptacle outlet assemblies rated 250 V AC or less and 20 Amperes or less.
UL standard that applies to the safety of Medical Electrical Equipment.
The standard unit of measure for rack-mounted equipment. Equal to 1.75 inches in height per U. A device measuring 1U is 1.75 inches high. A device measuring 2U is 3.50 inches high.
Enables full integration with built-in power management and auto shutdown features of Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.
Allows for quick and convenient installation; each cartridge is pre-assembled.
Provides connectivity for data transfer between computers and devices. Charges personal electronics, including Smartphones, MP3 players, digital cameras, and other devices.
Universal Serial Bus devices are used to connect various components to a computer. A HID (Human Interface Device) compliant USB follows a specific protocol for communication that allows it to be used with virtually any system.
Enables full integration with built-in power management and auto shutdown features on Windows, Linux, and VMware systems through a HID-compliant USB port and Serial port.
Downloadable improvements (firmware updates) to programs that run the PDU. For RMCARDS, upgradable firmware provides instructions for up-to-date system management.
Occurs when voltage is lower than normal for an extended period of time without recovering, but not so low that the electronic device will not function. Two types of undervoltages are brownouts and sags. (Also known as under-voltage and undervoltage.)
Minimizes noise during operation for a quieter work environment.
Are set by Underwriters Laboratories (UL). CyberPower UPS systems are certified according to UL standards and meet strict testing requirements.