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    Single Phase Hot Swap PDU,1.9kW

    Manufacturer: Tripp Lite
    Manufacturer #: PDUB20
    SKU: 25369844
    $271.15
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    Additional Features:<ul><li>Hot-swap PDU System</li><li>2U mounting brackets</li><li>User manual with warranty information</li></ul>
    Amps:16A
    Color:Black
    Cord Length (Feet):10 ft.
    Dimensions:3.42 x 17.32 x 3.03
    Material:Metal
    No. of Outlets:8 Outlet
    Plug Configuration:NEMA 5-20P
    Receptacle Configuration:(4) NEMA 5-15/20R; (4) NEMA 5-15R
    Voltage (Volts):100; 120; 127
    Watts:1920 W
         
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    Product Detail:
    • Manufacturer Tripp Lite
    • Manufacturer # PDUB20
    • Color Black
    • Dimensions 3.42 x 17.32 x 3.03
    • Voltage (Volts) 100; 120; 127
    • Type Power Distribution
    • UNSPSC 39121610
    • Additional Features
      • Hot-swap PDU System
      • 2U mounting brackets
      • User manual with warranty information
    • Amps 16A
    • Cord Length (Feet) 10 ft.
    • No. of Outlets 8 Outlet
    • Plug Configuration NEMA 5-20P
    • Receptacle Configuration (4) NEMA 5-15/20R; (4) NEMA 5-15R
    • Watts 1920 W
    • Material Metal
    • SKU Spec Sheet
      PDUB20 Spec Sheet
    • ECCN EAR99
    • Country of Origin CN - China
    Product Overview:
    1.9kW Single-Phase Hot-Swap PDU, 120V 20A Outlets (4-5-15R, 4-5-15/20R) 2 5-20P, 10ft & 6ft Cords 2U Rack-Mount
    Tripp Lite's Hot-swap PDU systems enable live-replacement of standard UPS systems for maintenance with no interruption of connected server or networking loads. Dual input power cables support PDU connection to separate Utility and UPS power sources. Manual transfer switch with lighted status indicators controls the source of power to connected equipment between Utility and UPS. Set the switch to UPS during normal operation and connected equipment will receive full-time conditioned power from the UPS. Set the switch to Utility to momentarily power connected equipment from the Utility line cord and bypass the UPS while the UPS system is removed and replaced with a fresh one. Once the new UPS is up and running with all data and electrical connections restored, set the switch back to the UPS setting to once again provide fully-conditioned UPS power to connected equipment.