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New colour PDUs unveiled by Server Technology

27 Aug 2013

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Server Technology colour PDUs

Server Technology is now offering its rack mount data centre colour power distribution units in black, white, blue, red and green. The colour PDUs, which aids in the identification and differentiation of data centre power feeds and equipment, include a plate label, network interface, band for the power cord, and colour dot for PDU-linked equipment.

"Our new color PDUs provide real value to our customers for power feed identification. For example, a customer might have two UPSes for redundancy, with an A and B feed. If one of the power sources goes down, you want to be able to easily identify which power supply goes to which UPS," said Server Technology President Brandon Ewing."


Server Technology's new colour PDUs are available on any basic, metered, smart or switched product, horizontal or vertical, without any additional cost to the product or extra time to the delivery schedule.




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