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CyberPower Systems PDU

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Find the right CyberPower product to fit your needs.


Basic


CyberPower Basic Power Distribution Units (PDUs) provide reliable unfiltered power distribution from a UPS system, generator, or utility source to multiple devices. To ensure power availability, Basic PDUs do not include features such as surge suppression or line filtering which could interrupt the flow of power to connected equipment. The Basic PDU Series includes models in 1U and 0U options, with versatile outlet arrangements on the front and/or back. Series features include durable metal housing, horizontal/vertical mounting, switch-free design, network-grade plugs and outlets, a power cord, and a cord retention tray. Each model comes with a Lifetime Warranty.


Metered


CyberPower Metered Power Distribution Units (PDUs) provide network-grade power distribution. Each Metered PDU has a digital LCD meter for real-time load monitoring. Series features include durable metal housing, horizontal/vertical mounting, switch-free design, network-grade plugs and outlets, a power cord, and a cord retention tray. Every Metered PDU comes with a Lifetime Warranty.


Monitored


CyberPower Monitored Power Distribution Units (PDUs) provide network-grade power distribution and remote/local monitoring. Power status can be monitored over the network, using the CyberPower Management Console and the RJ45 Ethernet port, or locally by using the digital LCD meter. Features of the Monitored PDU Series include upgradeable firmware, SNMP network interface, durable metal housing, and horizontal/vertical mounting. Monitored PDUs have switch-free design, network-grade plugs and outlets, a power cord, and a cord retention tray. Every Monitored PDU comes with a Lifetime Warranty.


Switched


Models in CyberPower's Switched PDU Series provide network-grade power distribution, remote/local monitoring, and outlet control. A Switched PDU allows for remote management, monitoring of PDU vitals, and control of outlets and networked clients. Power status can be monitored over the network, using the CyberPower Management Console and the RJ45 Ethernet port, or locally by using the digital LCD meter. With the CyberPower Management Console, PDU outlets can be switched on and off to remotely reboot connected equipment. Also, planned power cycling of attached equipment can occur without disrupting performance.

Features of the Switched PDU Series include upgradeable firmware, SNMP network interface, durable metal housing, and horizontal/vertical mounting. Switched PDUs have switch-free design, network-grade plugs and outlets, a power cord, and a cord retention tray. Every Switched PDU comes with a Lifetime Warranty.


Metered ATS


Designed for datacenters and other electrically demanding applications, CyberPower Metered Auto Transfer Switch (ATS) PDUs, distribute unfiltered electrical pass-through to receptacles from redundant plugs. Dual power cords can be plugged into separate power sources to provide redundancy to single-corded connected equipment. If power for the primary source exceeds the lower or upper thresholds, or if power fails, the PDU will switch to the secondary power source to ensure continuous operation. The PDU will switch back to the primary power source when incoming power becomes stable. The current draw for connected equipment is displayed in amps on the front LCD for real-time load monitoring.


Switched ATS


Designed for datacenters and other electrically demanding applications, CyberPower Switched Auto Transfer Switch (ATS) PDUs, distribute unfiltered electrical pass-through to receptacles from redundant plugs. Outlets can be controlled remotely or locally, as well as individually or collectively. Dual power cords can be plugged into separate power sources to provide redundancy to single-corded connected equipment. If power for the primary source exceeds the lower or upper thresholds, or if power fails, the PDU will switch to the secondary power source to ensure continuous operation. The PDU will switch back to the primary power source when incoming power becomes stable. The LCD panel shows the current draw for connected equipment, input and output voltages, active power consumption levels (displayed in kilowatts), and hardware and firmware versions.


Maintenance Bypass


Designed for datacenters and other locations where uptime is critical, CyberPower Maintenance Bypass PDUs allow the seamless transfer of an electrical load from UPS power to utility power for uninterrupted operation of connected equipment when performing maintenance, replacing batteries, or installing a new UPS. The 6-foot AC cord of each Maintenance Bypass PDU (MBP) connects to utility power. A 3.3-foot AC cord connects to the output power of the UPS. The UPS draws input power from the MBP through a dedicated receptacle which is separate from the outlets for connected devices.

When the switch on the front of the MBP is turned from Normal to Bypass, or from Bypass to Normal, the power supplied to connected devices moves from one input power source to another. An LED display indicates which power source is active. Rugged, industrial-grade metal housing protects the Maintenance Bypass PDUs. With a 1U form factor, each model can be mounted in a standard server rack. The mounting hardware also enables an MBP to be connected to a UPS for tower configurations. Each Maintenance Bypass PDU comes with a Three-Year Limited Warranty and a Connected Equipment Guarantee.


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