rackmount managed PDUs
Nuno Vieira - nfsi telecom
nuno.vieira at nfsi.pt
Thu Sep 25 11:51:51 CDT 2008
the right url is http://www.apanet.pl/en/produkty_ippc24.html
----- "Nuno Vieira - nfsi telecom" <nuno.vieira at nfsi.pt> wrote:
> We use APANET powerswitches, and we are quite happy with them.
> 24 ports units, around 600 EUR per unit.
> Nuno Vieira
> nfsi telecom, lda.
> nuno.vieira at nfsi.pt
> Tel. (+351) 21 949 2300 - Fax (+351) 21 949 2301
> ----- "Justin M. Streiner" <streiner at cluebyfour.org> wrote:
> > As much as I hate to tear people away from the Intercage/Atrivo
> > debacle
> > and semi-tangential rants, I'll take one for the team and do it :)
> > I have an opportunity coming up to rebuild an existing machine room
> > space
> > to an extent. It's not a total gut-and-refit, but I'll at least
> > to
> > put in some new infrastructure. That said, I'd be interested in
> > hearing
> > about peoples' experiences with various rackmountable managed PDUs.
> > I have some Tripp Lite PDUMH30NETs that work well and are reasonably
> > priced, but they have a few quirks (no RS-232 console port, web
> > interface
> > seems to be a little shaky with Firefox, etc) that would become more
> > annoying when scaled up to several rows of new rack footprints.
> > also
> > open to using managed vertically mounted PDUs. The plan is for each
> > footprint to have "A" and B" feeds, so two PDUMH30NETs would take
> > 4U
> > per footprint, which is a bit much...
> > I don't need to worry about distributing DC power - just AC.
> > This site will be lights-out most of the time, so robust remote
> > management
> > capabilities are a must.
> > Any thoughts/insight are greatly appreciated.
> > jms
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