Sentry Switched PDUs for remote power management & web reboot

By: Server Technology  05/12/2011
Keywords: environmental monitoring, Data Center, power distribution

Sentry Switched PDUs for remote power management & web reboot

Control network access to remote sites and data center equipment with IP-based remote power management. The SentryTM family of Switched cabinet power distribution units (CDUs) enables network access for remote power management to reboot servers and network gear individually or as a selected group. Additional solutions for the data center equipment cabinet can be integrated, including input current monitoring, pass-thru console port access and environmental monitoring.

Keywords: Data Center, environmental monitoring, Equipment Cabinet, power distribution, Power Distribution Units, Switched Pdus,

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