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ATEN 8 Port IP Power on the Net with power cable 110V-120V

Mfg. Part: PN0108 | CDW Part: 1139368 | UNSPSC: 39121006
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  • 8-Port IP Power on the Net with power cable 110V-120V
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  • 8-Port IP Power on the Net with power cable 110V-120V
The PN0108 is a control unit that offers power management for up to eight devices (computers, hubs, routers, etc.). When connected to an ATEN or Altusen TCP/IP accessible module via its PON (RS232) port - it allows administrators from any computer connected to the internet, whether down the hall, or half way around the world - to control the power off, power on, and reboot status for each attached device.

Features:
Remote power on/off/reboot control for eight outlets via TCP/IP and a built in RS-232 PON (Power over the Net) port
Local power on/off/reboot control via the PN0108's PON port to the computer's RS-232 port
Daisy chain up to 15 additional stations to control up to 128 outlets
Manual switching between Local and Remote access for each port via front panel push button switches
Individual control of each port - users can set the power on sequence and delay time for each port to allow equipment to be turned on in the proper order
Easy setup and operation via a GUI interface
Provides three configuration/management methods: Browser; Telnet; or Console Terminal
Safe shutdown and rebooting for Windows systems
Overcurrent protection and recovery for each AC port (110 V model only); total port overcurrent protection (both models) - remote users can monitor the current status via the GUI interface
Separate circuits for the unit's power and the power to the devices - the power control status menu is still accessible even when an overcurrent condition trips the devices' circuit breaker
On/Off scheduling - allows everything from a one-time start/shutdown, to daily, weekly, etc. starts/shutdowns at user-specified times
Port grouping - perform the same action on a specified group of ports
LEDs for easy status monitoring
Two level (Administrator and User) security
Configuration can be reset
Firmware upgradeable - daisy chained stations receive the upgrade via the daisy chain bus
Safe shutdown and rebooting is supported if the Power Monitor utility has been installed

Requirements:
Browsers accessing the PN0108 must support SSL 128 bit encryption.
For the Java access, you must have Java J2RE (1.4 or higher) installed on your computer. Java is available for free download from the Sun Java website: http://java.sun.com
For cold booting of attached computers, the computer's BIOS must support this feature.
For Safe Shutdown:1)The computer must be running Windows (Windows 98 or higher). 2)The computer's BIOS must support Safe Shutdown. 3)There must be an available COM port on the computer for the Safe Shutdown cable to plug into.
Compatibility with other ATEN/Altusen products: PN0108 connect to PN9108 using PN9108's web Browser or Terminal(Text mode) to control; PN0108 connect to KN9116/CN-5000/CN-6000/Computer using PON Java client to control; PN0108 connect to SN series/ Computer using Terminal(text mode) to control.

Package Content:
1 PN0108 Station
1 AC Source Power Cord
8 Power Outlet Power Cords
8 Safe Shutdown Cables
1 PON Cable (DB9 F to DB9 M)
1 User Manual
1 Quick start guide
1 Mounting Kit :Rack mounting brackets and hardware
4 foot pads
1 Software CD
1 Warranty registration card
 
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