The Aten NRGence PE5342TG 0U 42 AC outlets is an intelligent PDUs that contains in IEC configuration and provides secure, centralized, intelligent, power management of data center IT equipment (servers, storage systems, KVM switches, network devices, serial data devices, etc.), as well as the ability to monitor the center’s health environment via sensors. It features 1 x IEC 60309 IEC 32A input x 36 x IEC320 C13 and 6 x IEC320 C19 outlets. PE5342TG will automatically discover all PE devices within the same intranet, offers Remote real-time bank power measurement. supports TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, HTTPS, SSL, DHCP, SMTP, NTP, DNS, Auto Sense, Ping, SNMP V1,V2&V3 with 2-level account and password security, IP/MAC filters, SSL 128-bit data encryption, RADIUS.
• 0U 42-Outlet thin form factor eco PDU
• Bank level metering
The ATEN NRGence™ PE5342TG eco PDU is thin form factor intelligent PDU that contain 42 IEC outlets. The lightweight thin form factor PDUs’ 5.6 cm width fits tight into server racks, providing more space in the rack to increase air flow and cooling efficiency. This also means faster maintenance thanks to easier access to equipment installed behind PDUs.
NRGence™eco PDUs offers real-time power measurement–allowing you tomonitor the power status of devices attached to the PDUs, at the PDU and Bank level, from practically any location via a TCP/IP connection.
With the combination of ATEN eco PDUs and eco Sensors, an administrator’s data center is equipped with real time monitoring, measurements and analysis that can produce reports of power usage, PUE, RCI and RTI to meet the ISO 50001 requirements. With these critical indexes, you can generate customized reports about your data center that include energy saving suggestions. Following these suggestions allows you to optimize energy usage to save energy without harming your IT equipment’s reliability. eco Sensors provides you with an easy method for managing multiple devices, offering an intuitive and user-friendly Graphical User Interface that allows you to configure a PDU device and monitor power status of the equipment connected to it.