The innovative PDU RPCM will help hosting providers attract new clients
RCNTEC will demonstrate its innovative remote power control module Resilient Power Control Module (RPCM) to hosting providers from Russia and around the world on November 9th at the international conference - WHD.moscow.
The device is reminiscent of a Swiss Army knife in the world of power management systems in that it simultaneously brings together an incredible array of functions and features, such as high density sockets per 1U, remote power management for each socket, configurable power supply quality at inputs, automatic transfer switch (ATS) functionality without interruptions to the operation of the equipment connected to it with the option to automatically switch back to the primary power source during restoration, short circuit (SC) protection on each output, capability to set limits of consumption at each output to safeguard against fire hazards, input overload protection through consumer disconnection in a user-defined order, electric power meters with consideration for active and reactive power, configurable sequence and delay during device activation following a complete power outage, and indication of properly connected grounding.
Hosting providers that render collocation services will be better able to organize power management for their clients, decrease interference, as well as stand out within the collocation services market thanks to the possibility of accounting for power consumed even for the smallest client installations.
Clients who place their infrastructure on leased premises in data processing centers will be able to get a detailed understanding of their equipment’s power consumption. They will save significantly thanks to the ability to select more advantageous tariff plans at their data centers. At the same time, they will be able to effectively manage the electric power of their equipment remotely and use the power reserve infrastructure in Tier 3 data centers (ATS function) without having to acquire more expensive equipment with two power supplies. Clients will also be able to control electric power and grounding parameters. And thanks to short circuit protection, which each RPCM socket is equipped with, an SC on one of the devices located on a remote premise will not lead to hours of downtime requiring an urgent on-site visit to the data center by engineers.
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