What is a Switched Rack PDU?
Switched rack PDUs provide load metering combined with controlled on/off switching by individual outlets for remote power recycling, delayed power sequencing of equipment and outlet use management.
What PDU does a switch use?
A switched rack PDU is a power management unit that can be mounted on an industry-standard rack and has the capability to toggle power on and off for individual power outputs remotely. Putting it all together, a switched rack PDU combines the strengths of a rack PDU with those of a switched PDU.
What is difference between PDU and power strip?
At its most basic level, a power distribution unit, or PDU, serves the same function as a power strip. It allows you to put electrical outlets where they are needed. PDUs are a much more advanced piece of equipment and offer a lot of ‘smart’ options that can be extremely valuable in many environments.
Can I plug a power strip into a PDU?
So, you can connect most equipment to a PDU or power strip with jumpers using a mix of IEC 60320 C13 (matches C14) or C19 (matches C20) outlets.
Why APC switched rack PDU’s?
With Industry leading reliability, manageability, and security, APC Switched Rack PDU’s provide advanced load management plus on/off outlet level power cycling and sequencing control. Includes horizontal, vertical, and toolless-mount varieties.
What are the features of ap7920?
AP7920 Features. Switched Rack Power Distribution Units (PDUs) provide advanced load monitoring combined with remote on/off switching control of individual outlets for power cycling, delayed power sequencing, and outlet use management.
How many outlets does the ap7921 have?
Overview sheet for the AP7921 a horizontal Switched Rack Power Distribution Unit that has eight IEC C13 outlets and an IEC C20 inlet. North American Safety Approval for Device Management, Access and Environmental Management, Rack Power Distribution and PDU products.
What are the security features of the PDU 9000 series?
9000 series PDUs include APC Network Management card with security features including secured interfaces and a modified password policy providing peace of mind. Full-featured network management interfaces that provide standards-based management via Web, SNMP, and Telnet.