Unleash the power of remote management for your UPS and PDU devices. Control, monitor, and protect your equipment from anywhere, ensuring uptime and peace of mind.

Remote management empowers IT administrators and Managed Service Providers to ditch the on-site hustle and take comprehensive control of their entire infrastructure – all from a single remote application. While features in Windows Vista were early pioneers, today’s landscape extends far beyond, encompassing native tools and robust third-party solutions for virtually any platform, including macOS, Linux, and more.

Key Takeaways:

  • Centralized control: Manage UPS and PDUs remotely via web, SNMP, or other methods.
  • Enhanced visibility: Monitor power status, logs, and events for proactive maintenance.
  • Automated protection: Schedule shutdowns, trigger alerts, and remotely reboot devices.
  • Improved efficiency: Save time and resources with centralized power management.

Q: How can I remotely manage my UPS and PDU devices for better power control and equipment protection?

A: Utilize remote management features of your UPS and PDUs, allowing you to monitor, control, and automate tasks from anywhere. This empowers you to optimize power usage, prevent downtime, and ensure the health of your equipment.

Remote Management UPS

The Remote Management UPS allows for secure monitoring and control of an uninterruptible power device via a Web browser, command line interface or SNMP. Administrators can integrate UPS management software to remotely shut down equipment in the event of an outage. Options are available to configure and manage the individual UPS or to remotely communicate with multiple UPS units across a network. Additional features of UPS systems with remote capabilities vary but may include automatic event alerts for enhanced power management. Remote monitoring and control of both a power distribution unit (PDU) and a UPS can create a power management system for smarter energy consumption and equipment protection.

Monitor a PDU Remotely

A PDU distributes AC power to equipment using multiple outputs. It is often connected to the UPS. Today’s technology allows network managers to monitor a PDU remotely. PDUs are commonly used in data centres for electrical distribution to server racks and computers. Advanced switched power distribution devices allow for on-site or remote rebooting and control of individual outlets. PDU overload alerts can also be delivered. As with remote UPS control, the remote management of a power distribution device is performed through secure Web, SNMP, or another communication method.

Remote Power Management and Monitoring in Real-Time

Features such as energy metering and remote power management are now found on more advanced UPS units. Rack or tower UPS devices are available with intelligent features that will remotely reboot devices on the network. With PDU remote management, controlled shutdowns can be scheduled and sequential start-ups configured. A Comms Express representative has the knowledge to explain how a web-controlled UPS, PDU or power switch contributes to network efficiency.