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CPI Mobile App Suite Part 3 of 4: eConnect PDU Selector

February 28, 2014

CPI Enterprise Power Management

eConnect App Selector

When you need to select a power distribution unit (PDU) for your data center, the many different types of plugs, outlet combinations and functionalities can get overwhelming.

The eConnect PDU Selector tool from Chatsworth Products’ (CPI) new Mobile App Suite makes this selection process so simple, you only go through two easy steps:

Step 1: Select your requirements – functionality, input voltage, maximum input amps, input plug, outlet combination, or form factor.

Step 2: The selector will give you a part number, along with a basic description and cut sheet with details about the features and benefits. You then have the option to email your results to yourself or your customer, CPI’s Technical Support, or Distributor for ordering and verification.  

“We live in a mobile world, so we designed this tool for users to quickly and easily configure an eConnect PDU on the fly,” says Anderson Hungria, senior product manager of Power, Electronics and Software at CPI.

Coming Next Week

Next week, we’ll show you how the CPI Mobile App Suite also helps you easily generate a bill of material for your needs. The CPI Mobile App Suite is a free suite of four unique tools that can be downloaded to Apple- and Android-powered phones and tablets. Find out more.

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