Power distribution units

The FLX Series of rack power distribution units by Leviton has 12 input plug options, meeting NEMA and IEC 60309 standards and output power ranging from 2.0 to 12.5 kW.

09/06/2012


The FLX Series of rack power distribution units by Leviton has 12 input plug options, meeting NEMA and IEC 60309 standards and output power ranging from 2.0 to 12.5 kW. Courtesy: LevitonLeviton’s selection of FLX Series Rack Power Distribution Units (PDUs) offer simplified configurations with discreet part numbers for easier selection and ordering, and faster delivery. The FLX Series offers a variety of options to meet many different applications and power requirements. The series has 12 input plug options, meeting both NEMA and IEC 60309 standards, and output power ranging from 2.0 to 12.5 kW. Additionally, each PDU features an option for branch level metering, which displays amps, volts, and watts and includes a gravity sensor that auto-inverts the display depending on PDU orientation. Each U.S.-made PDU includes UL-rated breakers for branch circuit protection and grounding studs to provide reliable grounding. The FLX Series has a durable 18-gauge cold-rolled steel construction and has been rigorously tested for temperature, humidity, vibration, and shock conditions.

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