Power-monitoring system for data centers

The ePDU G3 offers power monitoring for enhanced accuracy and efficiency.

04/15/2015


Eaton offers management capabilities for data centers and colocation facilities with its ePDU G3 platform, featuring 1% revenue-grade power monitoring for enhanced accuracy and efficiency through its ePDU G3 managed models. This provides the ability to measure energy consumption and control power at the outlet level. ePDU G3 managed models are designed to allow data center and IT managers to precisely measure power consumption at all outlets for full-power utilization. ePDU G3 managed and metered input models offer a hot-swap network meter module so that users can replace the module without shutting down servers. therefore maintaining business continuity and enhancing serviceability.

Eaton

www.eaton.com



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