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|1 x IEC320 C14
Detached Linecord IEC C13 to CEE7 2 Meters
|4 x IEC C13
|Total Power Switched:
|Independently Controllable Outlets
|The iBoot-PDU series is designed to provide power distribution and remote power control. Each iBoot-PDU allows four or eight outlets to be independently switched on and off for reboot, energy management, and security. The iBoot-PDU has many features to make the management of power distribution simple and cost-effective:
|Web Browser Control
|A simple web browser interface is easy to use and provides complete status information and control of the outlets, and groups.
|Integrated 1Gig Ethernet Switch
|Simplify network wiring and reduce home runs to the router. This two-port passive switch makes it easy to add remote power management to existing installations.
|Telnet/Serial CLI Control
|Telnet and serial access use the same Command Line Interface (CLI) structure and syntax to completely configure the iBoot-PDU or multiple iBoot-PDUs in a cluster configuration.
|Multiple users can be assigned administrator or user only rights, plus access to specific outlets and groups. Users only see the outlets and groups they are assigned to.
|Grouping of Outlets for Simultaneous Management
|Multiple outlets, across multiple iBoot-PDUs in clustered configurations can be linked together in named groups and managed together. This allows, for example, power cycling all devices of a certain type-together.
|Multiple iBoot-PDU Cluster Configuration
|Additional iBoot-PDUs can be managed from a single unit. One master iBoot-PDU provides the communication to the users and continuously receives status information from the rest of the iBoot-PDUs in the cluster. Groups can be created across multiple PDUs and controlled simultaneously.
|The iBoot-PDU can monitor voltage, current, and temperature to provide automatic response to the physical environment. AutoPing testing monitors network elements. Program complex sequences of outlet actions and notifications to respond instantly to out of normal situations. Temperature monitoring requires an add-on probe.
|Real-Time Event Control
|Set automatic power actions based on your schedule. Restart systems every day to reduce memory bloat. Power up resources only when needed for energy management, lifecycle extension or security.
|Landline Modem Option
|The add-on landline modem supports data calls from terminal devices using the CLI, and direct-dial from a tone telephone for simple on/off control when more sophisticated means are not available. Voice modem also allows phone dial tone control with voice response (Basic functions only)
|Setup and Control functions can be linked to any SNMP v2c compatible manager. The iBoot-PDU MIB is downloadable from the website. Reports to syslog server.
|IEC320 C14 Receptacle 100-240VAC
10 Amps total at 240VAC Max per Linecord
Supplied with IEC320 C13 to CEE7 (SHUCO) Linecord
|Dual 1G Ethernet
Web, Telnet, SNMP, SMTP
Port Assignable for Web and Telnet.
SSL Security on Web control
|4 x USB A ports for accessories, modem, temperature probe, etc.
1 x USB B port for serial port and external battery
|Temperature Module Option
|USB Dual Temperature Sensors. Sensor 2 on 1m cable.
|Landline Modem Option
|56Kbps V.92 Global Compliance, Data or Tone Dial (DTMF) control
|4 x IEC 320-C13
10 Amps Max per Receptacle, 10 Amps Max Total per Linecord
|UL/cUL Listed 60950-1, 2nd Edition 2014-10-14 (US)
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07, 2nd Edition, 2014-10 (Canada)CE Marked
RoHS2 Directive 2011/65/EU Compliant / WEEE Compliant
ANSI C63.4:2014 & 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart B, Class B
ICES-003:2016 Issue 6, Class BFCC Part 15 Class B