SERVER TECHNOLOGY | CWG-16H1A454
Sentry Switched POPS CDU With PIPS, Outlets: (16) NEMA 5-20R, Input: 100 - 120 Volt, 50/60 Hz, 20 Amp, Input Cord: IEC 60320/C20 Power Inlet

MFR PART #  CWG-16H1A454
PART #  558612
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Features

  • Medium density- Single power infeed, (16) NEMA 5-20R outlets per 2U enclosure
  • High Power Distribution- 120V, 20A and 30A power input feed options
  • Remote power management- Power cycle individual power outlets, or groups of power outlets, to remotely reboot servers and network devices, anywhere in the world. Or, power-o unused power receptacles
  • Input current monitor- Precisely measure the aggregate current draw (in amps) on each power circuit. On-site verification of the input current with the LED digital display and remote verification via browser or serial screen
  • IP access and security- Web interface, SSL, SSH, Telnet, SNMP, FTP, SNTP, Syslog, LDAP, LDAPS, RADIUS, TACACS and RS-232 access
  • Traps and alerts- Provide automated SNMP-based alarms and email alerts for power and environmental conditions
  • Environmental monitoring - Each switched CDU supports two temperature and humidity probes and reports conditions thru the web interface
  • Add an expansion module - Connect the switched expansion CDU (CXG) to a master unit (CWG) for power management of separate power circuits from a single IP address
  • Power-up sequencing- Prevent an in-rush power overload
  • Per outlet power sensing and control: Power monitoring and information per individual outlet/device. Information includes: Current load (A), voltage (V), power (kW), apparent power (VA), Crest Factor and Power Factor per outlet. Using our grouping technology, using clustering power information is available per device, groups of devices (application), individual CDU or cabinet. kW and kW-hour power information that can be utilized for billing, power monitoring, trending and power reports
  • Network Access and Per Outlet Control- Individual or group outlet network access power control to cycle power and reboot any selected server(s) or other network device(s). Use TCP/IP (HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, Telnet, SNMP) or RS-232 to communicate with each sentry Cabinet PDU and rectify locked-up network devices. Reduce Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) a failing server by controlling individual power outlet receptacles to reboot any selected server or other device
  • Establish efficiency ratings - PUE and DCIE - Power information generated can be used to calculate PUE and DCIE, these power ratings have been established by the Green Grid to gauge efficiency; Control conditions for alarm notification - conditions for SNMP traps can be regulated for status, changes, load, temperature and humidity
  • HTTP/HTTPs web configuration and control- Use the sentry web interface t

Specifications:

Number of Outlets 16
Type RACK MOUNT PDU

Spec Sheet

Spec Sheet