NetBotz Amp Detector 1-15

Mfg.Part: NBDA1501 | CDW Part: 415980
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  • NetBotz Amp Detectors add electrical current monitoring capability to the NetBotz 320
  • 420
  • and 500
  • giving managers of corporate IT sites an accurate way to determine how much current is being drawn on their circuits
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Main Features
  • NetBotz Amp Detectors add electrical current monitoring capability to the NetBotz 320
  • 420
  • and 500
  • giving managers of corporate IT sites an accurate way to determine how much current is being drawn on their circuits
Reliably detect overloaded circuits before a power failure occurs

NetBotz Amp Detectors add electrical current monitoring capability to the WallBotz 310, 400 and RackBotz 303 and 400, giving managers of corporate IT sites and hosting facilities an accurate way to determine how much current is being drawn on their circuits.



Current consumed by each attached Amp Detector is conveyed to the NetBotz appliance via a small plug-in cable, which is supplied. The data is displayed as amps. Amperage readings are displayed with other environment readings in the NetBotz Web interface. Limits can be set and the user notified by e-mail if the power exceeds or falls below preset limits. Each Amp Detector connects to one of the external sensor ports. In the case of a cabinet with two circuits supplying power, two Amp Detector modules will monitor the circuits. The Amp Detector will not interfere with power because current sensing is passive - load circuits are measured by magnetic coupling.



Features:

Model for 15amp circuits.

Plug Configuration: NEMA 5-15, plug (input) and receptacle (output)

Use with existing power strips

True RMS Current reading

Amperage reading displayed with other environment readings in the NetBotz Web interface

Simple installation



Benefits:

Effectively plan for increased power demands

Reliably detect overloaded circuits before a power failure occurs

Accurately distribute the costs of the increased power usage