Tripp Lite PDU 3-Phase Switched 208V 12.6kW Hubbell 24 C13; 6 C19 0URM TAA

Mfg.Part: PDU3VSR6H50 | CDW Part: 3574913 | UNSPSC: 39121017
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  • 14.5kW 3-phase switched PDU 200/208/240V 0U vertical w/ 30 outlets and 6ft cord
  • PDU/ Power Distribution Unit/ PDU Strip/ Switched PDU/ rack pdu/ pdus/ datacenter pdu/ network pdu/ Vertical PDU
  • Reports voltage and load per-outlet or phase via Ethernet interface
  • 30 outlets (24 C13/ 6 C19); Hubbell CS8365C 50A (3P+E) input 6ft cord
  • Toolless button-mount installation
  • Multi-function digital display and environmental monitoring options
  • TAA-Compliant
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  • 14.5kW 3-phase switched PDU 200/208/240V 0U vertical w/ 30 outlets and 6ft cord
  • PDU/ Power Distribution Unit/ PDU Strip/ Switched PDU/ rack pdu/ pdus/ datacenter pdu/ network pdu/ Vertical PDU
  • Reports voltage and load per-outlet or phase via Ethernet interface
  • 30 outlets (24 C13/ 6 C19); Hubbell CS8365C 50A (3P+E) input 6ft cord
  • Toolless button-mount installation
  • Multi-function digital display and environmental monitoring options
  • TAA-Compliant
Tripp Lite 3 phase Switched Power Distribution Unit offers advanced network control and monitoring with the ability to turn on, turn off, recycle or lock-out power to each individual receptacle, monitor site electrical conditions and remotely monitor output power consumption per-phase or per-receptacle. PowerAlert interface supports remote control and custom notification of user-specified conditions via email, secure web, SNMP, Telnet or SSH interface. Individually switched outlets can be controlled in real-time to remotely reboot unresponsive network hardware, or be custom programmed for user-defined power-up and power-down sequences to ensure proper startup of interdependent IT systems and prevent inrush-related overloads as network equipment is first energized.