Power distribution units with fast turnaround
The ePDU is Eaton's third-generation platform of power distrbution units (PDU)and have a fast turnaround of outlet and cord plug configurations to give data centers and colocation facilities flexibility with their distribution needs.
The ePDU is Eaton's third-generation platform of power distrbution units (PDU). They are designed for fast turnaround of outlet and cord plug configurations. This provides the flexibility for data centers and colocation facilities to quickly address their specific power distribution needs. The ePDU G3 is built with a strong and lightweight aluminum chassis.
Network connected ePDU G3 models can daisy chain with other PDUs so four devices can share one network port and IP address, reducing network connection costs. Additionally, the ePDU G3 features a IEC outlet grip designed to eliminate the common and often costly problem of plugs falling out of IEC outlets due to bumps or vibrations. This can protect data center and information technology (IT) managers from incurring additional expenses related to purchasing special power cords or cable trays, which can increase PDU costs up to 50 percent.
Eaton ePDU G3 models EMI319-10 and EMI320-10 offer customization capabilities for 400-volt power distribution, ideal for optimizing energy efficiency in three-phase data centers and colocation facilities. Engineered for smaller data center deployments and medium-to-high-density IT equipment in computer rooms, Eaton ePDU G3 model EMI200-10 offers 120- and 208-volt distribution from the new Eaton 9PX SP split-phase uninterruptible power system (UPS).
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