Eaton Switched ePDU

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Switched ePDUs give control to the Data Centre manager – the ability to remotely shut off or restart equipment, and ensure that it starts up in the correct sequence with the correct delays, together with an overall monitoring for load balancing and overall load information.

  • Switched, 0U, 1 x IEC60309 (16A), 20x C13 & 4 x C19

    £467.23 £560.67 Inc VAT.

    Two key trends have emerged in the data centre: the demand from today’s IT equipment for more power, and the increasing cost of that power. Couple these with the worldwide growth in demand for datacentres and IT servers, and it is clear that data centre managers are facing growing pressure to manage and optimise their available power for growth, at the same time as managing the increasingassociated costs.To help them achieve this, they need an accurate view of the power and energy being consumed in the data centre – from row to rack, and... More Info

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  • Switched, 0U, 1 x IEC60309 (32A), 20 x C13 & 4 x C19

    £500.45 £600.54 Inc VAT.

    Two key trends have emerged in the data centre: the demand from today’s IT equipment for more power, and the increasing cost of that power. Couple these with the worldwide growth in demand for datacentres and IT servers, and it is clear that data centre managers are facing growing pressure to manage and optimise their available power for growth, at the same time as managing the increasingassociated costs.To help them achieve this, they need an accurate view of the power and energy being consumed in the data centre – from row to rack, and... More Info

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  • Switched, 0U, 3Ph, 1 x IEC309 (16A) In, 21 x C13 & 3 x C19

    £601.61 £721.94 Inc VAT.

    Two key trends have emerged in the data centre: the demand from today’s IT equipment for more power, and the increasing cost of that power. Couple these with the worldwide growth in demand for datacentres and IT servers, and it is clear that data centre managers are facing growing pressure to manage and optimise their available power for growth, at the same time as managing the increasingassociated costs.To help them achieve this, they need an accurate view of the power and energy being consumed in the data centre – from row to rack, and... More Info

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