Server Technology CDU Mid-Density Metered Power Distribution (C-48VD2-C20)
Please note, the ServerTech C-48VD2-C20 PDU has been discontinued. For replacement options, please contact your Server Racks Online sales representative.
Server Technology's (C-48VD2-C20) CDU Mid-Density Metered Power Distribution INT'L ONLY Increasing power demands and density in the equipment cabinet requires new functionality from your cabinet PDU. Server Technology's (C-48VD2-C20) Sentry CDU product family uniquely meets these demands. Server Technology's (C-48VD2-C20) Sentry Cabinet Power Distribution Unit (CDU) is an intelligent PDU with local LED input current monitoring, allowing network engineers to utilize the CDU's True RMS Power Monitor to precisely measure the current (in amps) that network devices are drawing on the power circuit. As new servers and devices are added to the power drop, immediately observe its impact on the cumulative current draw. This allows the engineer to safely load each circuit to its maximum allowable load capacity without the danger of overloading the power circuit.
Server Technology's (C-48VD2-C20) Features:
Branch Circuit Protection: The Sentry CDU Family meets the new UL 60950-1 requirement for branch circuit protection. Attention! The Sentry CDU products meet the above criteria by providing overcurrent protection with UL-listed Bussman SC fuses for each branch circuit.
Cabinet Power Distribution: Reliable single & three-phase power distribution for all the devices in your equipment cabinet. Choose a single or dual power feed model to run all power cables to one side of the cabinet -- leaving the other side open for data cable management
Branch Current Monitoring: The CDU's exclusive True RMS current monitoring is critical to preventing overloads in high-density computing environments. LED digital displays on the CDU enclosure report the input current of each phase or branch circuit.
Button Mounting: All CDUs are also compatible with new button & "keyhole" style mounting for cabinets. Several cabinet manufacturers are now using this method for installing power distribution units in the cabinet.