Centralize power for multiple devices at once with a power distribution unit (PDU), which distributes power to rack-mounted and/or freestanding computers, network equipment, servers and data centers and helps IT managers and other users monitor aggregate power consumption to help regulate and stabilize usage. Look for accessories, including replacement modules and power supplies, to keep PDUs running smoothly.
From computer workstations to printers, servers, routers and other network devices, we know your office has a lot of machines that must run continuously and reliably to help your employees do their best work. Ensure your PDU offers enough power distribution for your office by selecting a model that features enough outlets and offers variable power output levels (from 120V to 240V or 360V) to suit your business's needs. For a variety of other computer upgrades, consider computer parts and upgrades.
To gain quick access to and control over outlet power supplies, keep an eye out for remote outlet control features that allow IT managers and other users to turn off outlets that aren't in use to help prevent overloads or recycle extra power to locked-up equipment, helping to minimize costly downtime and eliminate travel time to equipment. Enhance your network's functionality with additional power supplies.
Avoiding overloaded circuits is a priority. That's why it's important to look for alarms, including both network and visual alarms, that alert users to possible problems and overload situations, so they may be resolved before any network interruptions or downtime occur. Customizable thresholds make it easy to customize alarms to suit individual concerns.
Before selecting the PDU that's right for your office or data center, consider the installation and mount type. Many PDUs are rack-mountable, allowing for easy mounting on a data rack along with other equipment, and come in horizontal, vertical and tool-free mount varieties that accommodate versatile installation styles.