The PX-3000 Series Inline Power Meters simplify management of power usage and environmental conditions in the data center while allowing you to monitor the power on dedicated circuits. There is no need to remove or re-cable IT equipment. Just wire the inline meter into existing circuits and get real-time remote power monitoring, including current (amps), voltage, power (kVA, kW) and energy consumption (kWh) to +/– 1% accuracy. Plus they're sensor ready to support rack temperature and humidity monitoring.
Real-time remote circuit-level/line-level power monitoring of current (amps), voltage, power (kVA, kW), power factor and energy consumption (kWh) with ISO/IEC +/- 1% billing-grade accuracy
The PX-3000 series is available in 1U and 0U form factors with AC terminals, IEC C20/C19, Clipsal, and NEMA plugs & recptacles. Available in 1, 2, 3, and 4 circuit models, 100V Single to 415V three phase.
Optional sensor ports for plug-and-play environmental sensors that allow you to monitor temperature, humidity, airflow and other environmental conditions.
Support for plug-and-play environmental sensors that allow you to monitor temperature, humidity, airflow, and other environmental conditions.
Monitor power on single and three phase lines coming into each rack, make informed capacity planning decisions, and efficiently utilize power resources with 1% billing grade accuracy.
Users can define thresholds and receive alerts via SNMP, email, and syslog when thresholds are crossed for both power and environmental events.
Directory services support providing advanced authorization options, including permissions, LDAP/S, RADIUS and Active Directory®. 256-bit AES encryption and strong passwords keep you safe.
Built-in connectivity for environment sensors, serial, KVM, USB, wired or wireless network, and asset management tagging makes this the smartest Inline Meter controller available today.
See power consumption at the rack and get alarms for unbalanced loads based on user-adjustable thresholds. Load balance lines and circuits and increase efficiency.
End users can choose the frequency at which they monitor power and the amount of data they gather to fine tuning power visibility.