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A power distribution unit is a versatile component in your power infrastructure. Here are a few examples of PDU installations that meet specific rack design goals from adding more outlets to a UPS ...

A power distribution unit is a versatile component in your power infrastructure. Here are a few examples of PDU installations that meet specific rack design goals from adding more outlets to a UPS System to distributing power to multiple outlets and more.

For more information, visit; www.tripplite.com/pdus

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PDU Installation Diagrams - Tripp Lite PDU Installation Diagrams - Tripp Lite Presentation Transcript

  • You Need But Which PDU Installation is Right for You? Reliable Power Distribution
  • PDU Installation Options A Power Distribution Unit is a versatile component in your power infrastructure, and with Tripp Lite, there are multiple installation options to fit the needs of a wide range of applications. Here are a few examples that meet specific rack design goals— find the one that suits your application!
  • Applicable PDUs: All models 1. The PDU plugs into an outlet on the UPS system. 2. The PDU increases the total number of outlets powered by the UPS system. Add More Outlets to a UPS System UPS PDU
  • Applicable PDUs: Models with high- amperage plug or inlet 1. The PDU plugs into a high-amperage outlet on the UPS system. 2. The PDU spreads the high-amperage input among the multiple low- amperage outlets, allowing the UPS system to power multiple devices from a single outlet. Convert a Single High-Amperage Outlet to Multiple Low-Amperage Outlets UPS PDU
  • Applicable PDUs: All models 1. The PDU plugs into a wall outlet supported by facility UPS or generator power. 2. The PDU distributes power to equipment via multiple outlets. Distribute Facility UPS Generator Power to Multiple Outlets PDU
  • Applicable PDUs: Dual circuit models 1. Each PDU input cord plugs into an independent UPS, utility or generator power source. 2. The PDU distributes power to equipment with redundant power supplies, providing an independent power source for each power supply. (The PDU also works with equipment that does not have redundant power supplies.) Provide Independent Power Sources for Devices with Redundant Power Supplies PDU Redundant Power Supply Load
  • Applicable PDUs: All auto- transfer switch models 1. The primary input plugs into the primary UPS system, which must be an on-line UPS system. 2. The secondary input plugs into the secondary UPS system. Ideally, the UPS systems should be connected to separate circuits. 3. The PDU monitors voltage and frequency, automatically switching to the secondary input if the primary input deviates from the designated operating range (99-138V / 45- 65 Hz). Provide Redundant Power Sources for Devices without Redundant Power Supplies UPS PDU UPS
  • Applicable PDUs: All hot-swap models 1. The primary input plugs into an on-line UPS system. 2. The secondary input plugs into a wall outlet. 3. If the UPS system is taken offline for maintenance, repair or replacement, the PDU keeps the load powered by automatically switching from the primary input to the secondary input. When the UPS system is restored, the PDU will switch back to the primary input. Make Any On-Line UPS System Hot-Swappable UPS PDU
  • Applicable PDUs: All switched models 1. The PDU’s network interface connects to an Ethernet jack. 2. Remote users can switch each of the PDU’s outlets on or off via SNMP, Web or telnet. Benefits include rebooting locked devices to avoid costly service calls and turning off nonessential loads during blackouts to extend battery backup runtime for critical equipment. Control Individual Outlets Remotely PDU
  • For more information on PDUs, visit Tripp Lite for buying guides, product selectors, competitor cross-references and more. www.tripplite.com/pdus Or reach out to an Application Specialist for help on your specific setup and needs. 773.869.1773 upsapplications@tripplite.com Live Chat