StarTech.com 2 Port Switched IP PDU - Remotely Managed IP Power Switch

Mfg.Part: PDU02IP | CDW Part: 3379189 | UNSPSC: 39121006
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  • Power two devices on/off and monitor remotely over a local IP network or the Internet
  • Reduce downtime of key equipment with remote power control
  • Switch PDU / IP Power Switch / Managed PDU / Single phase PDU / Remote Power Distribution Unit / Switched Rack Power Distribution Units / 2 Outlet PDU Switch
  • Monitor and receive power event notifications for critical server and networking equipment
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Main Features
  • Power two devices on/off and monitor remotely over a local IP network or the Internet
  • Reduce downtime of key equipment with remote power control
  • Switch PDU / IP Power Switch / Managed PDU / Single phase PDU / Remote Power Distribution Unit / Switched Rack Power Distribution Units / 2 Outlet PDU Switch
  • Monitor and receive power event notifications for critical server and networking equipment
Power two devices on/off and monitor remotely over a local IP network or the Internet.

The PDU02IP 2 Port Switched IP PDU is a single-phase remotely managed power distribution unit that helps to reduce possible downtime for critical systems, by enabling you to control power to 2 connected devices over a local IP network or the Internet.

For simple remote administration, the IP PDU lets you monitor and control your connected equipment, without having to dispatch service personnel to the physical location of your devices. Along with global outlet controls, each individual outlet can be switched on/off independently, power cycled for immediate reboot or rebooted with timed delays, ensuring you have the control you need.

With a user-friendly web interface, this versatile IP power switch provides several features to help you effectively manage your devices, including auto-ping functions to detect unresponsive network equipment and perform a power-cycle automatically, per-outlet scheduled power operations and notification of power events through email, SMS or SNMP traps.

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