The Knurr DI-STRIP 035351081 is a Basic Rack PDU with (24) NEMA 5-20R ("t-slot") receptacles, 30amp L5-30P locking input. Knurr DI-STRIP Rack PDU meets a broad range of power distribution requirements for IT and other applications. These basic models offer output distribution in a robust package.
Knurr DI-STRIP is designed especially to handle the growing number of electronic components that can be housed within network cabinets and server racks, the space saving product line is available with a range of capabilities to support critical network equipment. This Rack PDU includes an input power cord with appropriate input plug connection and branch protection; basic rack mounting provisions are also provided.
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Knurr 035351081 Features:
Multiple configurations and input power options available, including international compatibility.
The addition of the Basic Rack PDU Expansion Unit allows for growth.
3m power supply cable offers room for movement.
Reliable and robust solution.
Worldwide approvals and certification.
Full-length brass busbar on Standard models enhances operational reliability.
Standard system extruded casing, and High-Power system heavy duty casing provide durability.
Lowest Total Cost of Ownership
Simple and quick installation on the rack’s extrusion requires minimal space and reduces installation time.
Knurr 035351081 Specifications:
43.2 in. (1097 mm.)
1.7 in. (44 mm.)
3.3 in. (85 mm.)
16 lbs. (7 kg.)
32°F ─ 131°F (0°C ─ 55°C) for altitudes 6,500 ft (2000 meters) above sea level.
4°F ─ 140°F (-20°C ─ 60°C)
5 ─ 95% non-condensing, non-corrosive
6500 ft (2,000 m max.), without power derating when operated within the temperature specified.
The units are able to withstand an electrostatic discharge compliant to EN61326-1, EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3
Max Continuous Amps
Input Cord Length
10 ft. (3 m.)
(24) NEMA 5-20 T-Slot
CSA tested to UL 60950-1 Information Technology Equipment ROHS Compliant
*Formulas used to calculate the kW: For single-phase: input voltage x max continuous amps = watts For three-phase: input voltage x max continuous amps x 1.73 = watts