CPI eConnect Power Distribution Unit Monitored - power distribution strip

Mfg.Part: P3-1F0G3 | CDW Part: 3178861 | UNSPSC: 39121017
  • Power distribution strip (rack-mountable)
  • AC 200-240 V
  • Ethernet 10/100
  • RS-232
  • input: NEMA L6-30
  • output connectors: 36
  • 0U
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This item was discontinued on May 02, 2018

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Main Features
  • Power distribution strip (rack-mountable)
  • AC 200-240 V
  • Ethernet 10/100
  • RS-232
  • input: NEMA L6-30
  • output connectors: 36
  • 0U
  • 10 ft
  • black
CPI's Monitored eConnect PDU connects you to your evolving enterprise data center. Whether you need to connect a few pieces of equipment or need to support high density computing with multiple blade servers in every cabinet, Monitored eConnect PDU provides reliable power distribution with local and remote power monitoring.

Choose a Monitored eConnect PDU when you need to measure power use for each rack or cabinet. Monitored eConnect PDU provides continuous voltage, current, power, power factor and energy monitoring for each breaker on the PDU with ±1% metering accuracy for power measurements. An easy to read central display provides detailed information about power usage. Additionally, the PDU has an Ethernet connection, an external connection for two environmental probes and two connections for linking PDUs together. You can enter the IP address using the local display for quick attachment to the network. Then, access the PDU remotely using a web browser for detailed measurements and to set upper and lower threshold alarms for power, temperature and humidity. Link up to 20 PDUs together to share a single Ethernet connection and IP address. The web browser lets you easily click between linked PDUs and any alarms are summarized on a separate tab. You can also forward email alarm notifications to staff and log data and events to keep a record of power use and alarms. As an alternative, you can monitor the PDU with a third-party software that accepts SNMP traps.