Server Technology Switched PDU Expansion Module, 30A 208-240V 16xC13

Please note, the Server Tech CX-16V2C317 has been discontinued. For replacement options, please contact your Server Racks Online sales representative.

Switched PIPS 1-Phase 208-240V PDU Expansion Module

Server Technology CX-16V2C317 - Click to enlarge

Please call 1-866-722-5776 to order
Dimensions49.5"H x 1.75"W x 2.25"D

The Server Technology CX-16V2C317 Switched Cabinet CDU Expansion Module combines remote configuration and management with power distribution, power monitoring and environmental monitoring. Reboot a single or dual-power server with one command. Receive SNMP alerts when power or environmental conditions exceed thresholds. Assign users specific access rights to designated outlets or groups.

The CX-16V2C317 Sentry PIPS CDU combines all of the features of a Switched CDU with the ability to provide power monitoring per inlet/infeed. Power information per infeed includes current, voltage, power, apparent power, crest factor, reactance, power factor and accumulated energy.

This information replaces branch circuit monitoring devices typically installed in the power distribution panel or remote power panel (RPP) with higher accuracy and lower cost monitoring of each circuit attached to the CDU.

Only the CX-16V2C317 CDU products provide the flexibility needed for all data centers and remote sites; including support for 16/20/30/32-amp power input; 208-240V or European 230V configuration; UL 60950-1 branch circuit protection; EN 60950-1:2001; SSL & SSH security; and SNMP-based input current monitoring. For cabinets with mid-density servers, this cabinet distribution unit delivers unparalleled remote management solutions.

Server Technology CX-16V2C317 Specifications:

Height 49 in. (1257 mm)
Width 1.75 in. (44.4 mm)
Depth2.25 in. (57 mm)
Output Connections(16) IEC60320 C13;
Nominal Input Voltage208-240V, 50/60 Hz
Input ConnectionsIEC C20 Inlet,
Bottom Entry
Regulatory Approvals

US & Canada (cTUVs mark) to UL 60950-1:2007 and CAN/CSA 22.2 No. 60950-1-07

FCCClass A, Part 15
CISPR22 Class A

Question: would plugging a 110 v surge protector into a dongle plugged into PDU cause the fuses to blow in the PDU.
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. As this is a 208-240V Rack PDU, plugging 110V devices, even with an adapter, is not supported, highly problematic and a serious fire hazard. Beyond the simple hazards of plugging into the wrong voltage, the surge protector may be introducing additional problems by sensing an over-current condition. It is entirely possible this configuration would trip the fuse. Unfortunately, detailed product support is beyond the scope of this simple FAQ. For additional product support please contact Server Technology directly via the following page: