Datacel Metered ATS 2U, (16) C13, (2) C19, 2 x 32Amp, Inlet Monitoring, Environmental Monitoring with Circuit Breaker
The Datacel ATS is an intelligent power strip/Automatic Transfer Switch designed to measure the input current consumption and automatically email history reports to the supervisor for power usage reports.
Its also equipped with a console port for connecting an EMD (Environmental Monitoring Device) for sensing temperature and humidity along with two alarms that can be activated when either of the sensors show unusual values.
An Environmental Device (EMD) is connected to sensors for detecting temperature and humidity and two digital inputs can be connected to the PDU with the console port. The can also be connected to alarms or indicators and controlled through the web browser.
IPFIX001 (Flat Mounting Brackets) (x2)
IPFIX002 (APC Style Mounting Buttons) (x2)
IPFIX003 (Angled Mounting Brackets) (x2)
Quick Install Guide
Calculate the power consumption on an hourly basis and have an accumulation of daily activity
Intelligently turn on/off devices based on event occurrence or planned schedule.
Event notifications by pop-up/sending Trap or E-Mail for event notification
Up to 42 power outlets that can eb turned on or off in multiple ways, with easy monitoring of current consumption
Set over-current watchdog or each outlet (Threshold settings for over-current warnings and alerts)
Versatile sensors supported through EMD (Environmental Monitoring Device) inputs
Supports Secure Socket Layer V3 and Secure Shell V2 Protocols
Administrator and multiple users with password protection for double-layer security
Address specific IP security masks to prevent unauthorised access
User-friendly interface to display input and output status
Upgrade utility for easy firmware upgrade
Models available in 240V and 380V
ATS Operate/Release time 8-15ms
The Datacel PDU is a versatile product that can be connected to several different types of input and output devices. This makes it a useful tool for connecting devices to it and controlling their power on/off status through its user interface.
The Datacel PDU can also be attached to various output devices and their power status can be controlled remotely. It also supports an EMD, connecting with sensors for detecting environmental conditions. There are digital outputs for enabling devices with normally open or normally closed conditions.
The power strips have a varying number of outlets for connecting device such as workstations, servers and printers. Their power on/off status can be controlled remotely through the LAN or console ports.
PDUs are available with the following sockets:
220V/10A: IEC 320 C13, IEC 320 C13 (lock), SEV T13
220V/13A: UK BS1363
220V/15A: AS/NZS 3112
220V/16A: Schuko, UTE, IEC 320 C19, IEC 320 C13 (Lock), SEV T23
125V/15A: NEMA 5-15P
125V/20V: NEMA 5-20P
Users can control the output devices and manage the power status through mini USB port with a PC.
The PDU has an RJ-45 LAN Connection that enables users to monitor and manage the power outlets over the network. The PDU has a graphic user interface that allows users to control the device through a web browser.
The front panel of the Datacel PDU will display and LCD screen to provide information about the input and output power status. It shows the data of two outlets on one screen.
Power lead to be connected to the Data Centre Power source
Prevent excessive current flow to protect the system
Display input and output voltage
Different choice of mounting options
Using the RCM 'Residual Current Monitoring'
The Datacel PDU provides a Graphic User Interface that can be viewed from a web browser such as Internet Explorer. This enables users to access and control the device outlets and subsequently, its output devices remotely from the users desktop, Laptop, PDA or even the user's mobile phone.
Users can also set related settings for the residual current from the Inlet Configuration webpage. This allows users to set warnings and alerts if thresholds are breached.
The Datacel PDU is provided with a mini USB port that enables users to configure and control the hardware through the PC’s USB port (a driver is required). The Hyper Terminal is a console application in Windows that enables users to configure and control a device through command line parameters. Users can configure the device parameters and its outlets though simple numerical commands from a PC keyboard. Users can also use Telnet or any other console application for controlling the device in a similar manner.
Local User Profiles
Up to 8 Users can be assigned to the PDU, with variants levels of management and privileges depending on the user level selected.
User can manage all functions
Admin user cannot manage [User Management], [Outlet Grouping], FW Upgrade & Inlet/Outlet
Supervisor User can only manage [Power Monitoring], beside [Outlet Grouping], [Inlet/outlet upgrade] functions.
Cannot manage any function. Ready only