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120VAC 16-Outlet PDU with Automatic Transfer Switch, 20 Max. Amps, 12 ft. Cord Length

  • Item # 2GZR9
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  • Mfr. Model # PDUMH20ATNET
  • Catalog Page # 347
  • UNSPSC # 39121610
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Technical Specs

  • Item PDU with Automatic Transfer Switch
  • Phase 1
  • Voltage 120VAC
  • Number of Outlets 16
  • Mounting Style Horizontal Rackmount/1U
  • Max. Amps 20
  • Cord Length 12 ft.
  • Circuit Breaker No
  • Length 14-1/2"
  • Receptacle Type NEMA 5-15/20R
  • Plug Type NEMA 5-20P, NEMA L5-20P
  • Metered Nonmetered
  • Housing Material Steel
  • Power Indicator Yes
  • Color Black
  • Width 17-1/2"
  • Height 1-3/4"
  • Special Features Digital Current Monitoring Display indicates total PDU power consumption in amps. Auto Transfer Switching allows operation from secondary input source if primary input fails. Individual Outlet Control to power on, off, or cycle AC output to regain control of locked-up servers and other network devices. Installed SNMPWEBCARD enables remote power monitoring and control of power to each outlet.
  • Outlet Surge Protection No
  • GFCI Protected No
  • Standards UL Listed, Class A (Emissions), NOM (Mexico)
  • Includes Detachable C19 to NEMA L5-20P 12 ft. Power Cord, Two NEMA 5-20P Plug Adapters, Installable 1U mounting brackets,Digital Ammeter
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Customer Reviews


120VAC 16-Outlet PDU with Automatic Transfer Switch, 20 Max. Amps, 12 ft. Cord Length is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not to be trusted - Java web interface does not work and support will blame you - Every so often the descriptions and load groups will be lost (so keep documentation on it as you will need to put it back in) - restarting the webcard by reset will reset the PDU
Date published: 2015-08-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product, questionable documentation The unit seems to work well. Just installed in a new data center space. Network interface has some challenges. Main one was the document saying the access credentials to get started are "admin" and "admin". A web search uncovered the "root" and "TrippLite" credentials that should have been listed, with which I got into the RS-232 interface and set up some other accounts and passwords. The Web GUI requires Java. It does not work with the latest Java if you're on a Mac. Better have VMware handy and a Windows virtual machine as you'll need those. Oh, and the Java Applets aren't signed properly, so you will have to dial down your Java security settings. It's really too bad the interface isn't built with present web technology such as JQuery/AJAX/JavaScript. That'd work across browsers and avoid all this mess with Java. It'd result in a better interface, too. The command line interface via TELNET or SSH works reasonably well. I'm guessing that's what I'll use most often.
Date published: 2014-05-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOT reliable I wish I could experience the reliability of the other reviewer. Whenever I need to use the network connected features of this product I cross my fingers and hope it works.
Date published: 2013-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product I've been using these devices for a number of years and they've always provided good reliable service. Easy to install and configure, easy to use web GUI. And since every device in my data center runs through one, the SNMP capabilities allow me to see track my entire power utilization in one centralized place. One caveat. I'm normally a text-UI guy, but this one is so counter-intuitive that I exclusively use the web interface. I once shut down an entire PDU through the text UI when I was just trying to power cycle one device. That event was what taught me to disable the text UI and just go with the web.
Date published: 2013-09-05
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