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    Single-Phase Monitored, 200-240V

    Manufacturer: Tripp Lite
    Manufacturer #: PDUMNV20HV
    SKU: 25273474
    $458.19
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    Additional Features:<ul><li>Rackmount PDU</li><li>Plug retention plates</li><li>Rack mounting brackets</li><li>Owner's manual</li></ul>
    Amps:20
    Color:Black
    Cord Length (Feet):10 ft.
    Dimensions:70 x 2.19 x 2.65
    Material:Metal
    No. of Outlets:24
    Plug Configuration:NEMA L6-20P; IEC-320 C20
    Receptacle Configuration:(20) C13; (4) C19
    Voltage (Volts):200; 208; 220; 230; 240
         
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    Product Detail:
    • Manufacturer Tripp Lite
    • Manufacturer # PDUMNV20HV
    • Color Black
    • Dimensions 70 x 2.19 x 2.65
    • Voltage (Volts) 200; 208; 220; 230; 240
    • Type Power Distribution
    • UNSPSC 39121610
    • Additional Features
      • Rackmount PDU
      • Plug retention plates
      • Rack mounting brackets
      • Owner's manual
    • Amps 20
    • Cord Length (Feet) 10 ft.
    • No. of Outlets 24
    • Plug Configuration NEMA L6-20P; IEC-320 C20
    • Receptacle Configuration (20) C13; (4) C19
    • Material Metal
    • ECCN EAR99
    • Country of Origin CN - China
    Product Overview:
    3.2-3.8kW Single-Phase Monitored PDU, 200-240V Outlets (20-C13, 4-C19), C20/L6-20P, 0U Vertical, 70 in., TAA
    Tripp Lite Monitored PDU / Power Distribution Unit offers real-time remote monitoring of voltage, frequency and load levels via built-in network connection. PowerAlert interface supports custom notification of user-specified remote conditions via email, PowerAlert Console Launcher, SNMP, Telnet or SSH interface. PDU output current consumption in amps is displayed via front panel lighted digital display and can be monitored remotely to warn of potential overloads before critical IT mains breakers trip.