Power distribution units

HP’s Remote Monitoring Power Distribution Units (PDUs) control energy consumption, manage space constraints, and provide bill-back information.

11/13/2013


HP’s Remote Monitoring Power Distribution Units (PDUs) control energy consumption, manage space constraints, and provide bill-back information. Courtesy: Hewlett-PackardHP’s Remote Monitoring Power Distribution Units (PDUs) are designed for IT and facility managers tasked with keeping a tight watch over energy consumption, managing space constraints, and providing highly accurate bill-back information. HP Remote Monitoring PDUs feature billing-grade accuracy of 99% for precisely allocating data center expenses. In addition, the built-in remote capabilities simplify and allow for remote power monitoring and management of the PDU and individual load segments from anywhere on the network. Ranging from 2.8 to 22 kVA, with available single and 3-phase models, the HP PDUs come in a new slim profile design for easy maintenance activities in the rear of the rack. To reduce data center cooling costs, the HP Remote Monitoring PDUs can operate at temperatures to 60 C. The HP Remote Monitoring PDUs are designed for HP racks but will work in a large variety of third-party racks as well.

Hewlett-Packard 

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