Outlet-Metered & Switched PDU

Demonstrably fewer IT failures with switched and outlet-metered PDUs

Within active PDUs, a distinction can be made between switched and outlet-metered (measuring per port) PDUs. These power strips are also often referred to as intelligent PDUs. Read more detailed information about these terms.

Protect your IT and AV installation with GUDE’s intelligent power distribution strips. Choose the right PDU with integrated switching and measuring functions.

The right PDU for every application

1. Switched PDU

This PDU has a switching function that can be used to switch connected devices on and off. An integrated watchdog enables an automated and fail-safe switching sequence (self-healing function). The quality of the integrated switching relays plays a key role in the trouble-free operation of the PDU. Ideally, so-called high inrush relays are used here.

2. Metered PDU

This PDU has a measuring function that can be used to measure the consumption of the connected devices. These can be measurements of electrical quantities such as voltage, current, phase angle, power factor, frequency, active, apparent and reactive power. The measurement of fault current, which is important for operational safety, can also be recorded. In addition, it is possible to configure limit values for the measured quantities, which, if exceeded, result in an immediate alarm via e-mail. There are three types of current measurement:

Unit-Metered PDU (input side)
The measurement is performed at the input or per bank of the PDU

Outlet-metered PDU (output side)
The measurement is made in relation to each output of the PDU, i.e. per connected load.

Inline-metered PDU (intermediate)
The measurement is made inside the PDU. It is placed before the distribution to provide passive PDUs with metering functionality.

 

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