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A Little-Known eConnect PDU Feature You Should Know About

May 27, 2014

As you may know, Chatsworth Products’ (CPI) eConnect® PDUs have been uniquely designed to meet the quality, connectivity and configuration standards that you know and trust from CPI.

But few people know about a feature that can quickly help data center professionals detect when a server gets unplugged or goes offline: the low-load alarm.

Low-load alarms give users the ability to set a low voltage threshold, so an alarm is triggered when there’s a voltage disruption on your servers. 

Many manufacturers are more concerned with the power overload aspect of a PDU, but eConnect features alarms for both sides of the spectrum. 

Here’s what CPI’s Sr. Product Manager of Power, Electronics & Software, Anderson Hungria, says about low-load alarms:

 
Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist 
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