KWX-ATS16A1H1 PDUeXpert 1U 2x Oulets 16A Metered Automatic Transfer Switch

KWX-ATS16A1H1 1U  Rack mount Automatic Transfer Switch. It provides A and B  IEC60309 16A Commando inputs  and  1 x  IEC 60309  16A (2P+E) output . Serial/internet, Total  Power Monitoring. The switch provides the necessary flexibility, with embedded multithreading inner core RTOS (Real Time Operating Systems), the software supports multitask and multiuser access. RTOS software also supports various TCP/IP protocols, including HTTP, HTTPS, SSL, SNMP, TELNET, SSH, SMTP etc

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KWX-ATS16A1H1 Rack mount Automatic Transfer Switch, is a new generation of Intelligent Automatic Transfer Switch. It provides  1U  16A   1Port  plug: IEC60309 16A input  230V   (2) IEC 309 16A (2P+E)output  serial/internet, Total ATS Current Monitoring. It combines network power distribution and environmental monitoring technology. It delivers consistent power, to single-corded equipment, KWX-ATS16A1H1 has a dual input power cords supplying power to the connect load. In the event where the primary power source becomes unavailable, the KWX-ATS16A1H1 will flawlessly source power from the secondary source without interrupting critical loads. This high speed transfer rate ensures that the transfer is transparent to the sensitive equipment. KWX-ATS16A1H1, provides remote power consumption of total current load and voltage.   Receive SNMP-based or email alerts when power or environmental surroundings go above the thresholds. Assign access rights to user groups or individuals.

  • Rack mount Automatic Transfer Switch
  • 1U  32A   1Port  plug: IEC60309 32A input  230V   (2) IEC 309 16A (2P+E)output  serial/internet
  • Total ATS Current Monitoring
  • Combines network power distribution and environmental monitoring technology
  • Seamlessly switch power to the secndary source when primary source is interrupted.
  • Provides remote power consumption of total current load and voltage
  • Receive SNMP-based or email alerts when power or environmental surroundings go above the thresholds.
  • Assign access rights to user groups or individuals.