|Emissions:||FCC Part 15 Class A|
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Siemon’s PowerMax line of PDUs range from basic and metered for simple, reliable and cost-effective power distribution, to a full line of intelligent PDUs that deliver realtime power information with varying degrees of intelligent functionality for valuable troubleshooting, control and monitoring of power usage, capacity and environmental conditions. Available in both single phase and either Delta or Wye three phase power, PowerMax PDUs feature a variety of input currents and voltages with either NEMA or IEC style plugs. Multiple NEMA and IEC output options distribute reliable 120V, 208V or 230V to a wide range of rack-mounted IT equipment, ranging from 1.8kW to 22kW.
All PowerMax PDUs come in both horizontal and vertical styles. Horizontal PDUs mount easily in any standard EIA 19-inch rack, while vertical PDUs are ideal for mounting within a cabinet’s Zero-U space, such as the Zero-U space offered with Siemon’s VersaPOD® and V800™ cabinets.
Reduce Energy Costs
Manage and Optimize power capacity
Spot and prevent potential problems to ensure uptime
Efficiently control power functions and resolve problems quickly
Basic PDUs offer a lower-cost alternative for everyday, reliable power distribution when advanced features are not required, providing a robust yet economical means to distribute power to IT equipment.
Managed PDUs offer the highest level of control and monitoring with outlet-level monitoring and outlet-level switching that enable users to remotely monitor and control individual receptacles. Managed PDUs offer the ability to configure outlets into up to six groups and assign user group access to specific outlets groups.
Metered PDUs provide local visual monitoring capability through a built-in LED meter that displays real-time power data. Metered PDUs are a cost-effective alternative for providing more intelligence than basic PDUs.These units are available in three-phase and single-phase.
Monitored PDUs enable remote monitoring at an aggregate, device-level via an Ethernet port, generating a smaller quantity of information to simplify management.
Smart PDUs offer a higher level of monitoring at the device or outlet-level via an Ethernet port. Smart PDUs offer the ability to configure outlets into up to six groups and assign user group access to specific outlets groups.
Switched PDUs combine total monitoring with outlet-level switching that enables users to remotely control individual receptacles, allowing equipment to be restarted or remotely shut down. Switched PDUs offer the ability to configure outlets into up to six groups and assign user group access to specific outlets groups.