DPI 32amp/250V Front End PDU w/ IEC 309 P+N+G connector
DPI 100-127v PDU with Fixed Nema L5-15P line cord
The new IBM Distributed Power Interconnect (DPI) is a cost-effective solution for xSeries customers looking for an efficient power distribution product for the rack environment. This high-density PDU is ideal for extending and enhancing the levels of availability while supporting even the most power-demanding servers. While primarily designed for xSeries servers, it also supports mid-range and high-end server products. It is a rack-based product that can: speed installation; save money; decrease amount of cabling required; increase solution...
DPI 63amp/250V Front End PDU w/ IEC 309 P + N connector
DPI Single-phase Front-end PDUs provide a front-end wiring box to allow connection of multiple DPI Universal Rack models to higher-current single-phase circuits. These modular, front-end PDUs provide three single-phase output circuits from one single-phase (100V-240V at 30amp or 200V-240V at 60amp) input circuit.
DPI 30amp/250V Front-end PDU w/ NEMA L6-30P
This 30amp high-voltage (200-220V) front-end power distribution unit (PDU) option can serve as a line-cord consolidator, accepting multiple feeds from the universal rack PDUs and delivering them from the rack as a single line cord. It is unique because it
Ultra Density Enterprise PDU, C19/C13, black
IBM Ultra Density Enterprise PDUIBM Ultra Density Enterprise PDU models are engineered to stringent specifications in order to efficiently and cost effectively deliver power to the most power-dense IBM System x and BladeCenter environments. Designed with nine IEC-320-C19 receptacles on the front, three IEC-320-C13 on the rear panel, and individual breakers per load group, these units are well equipped to meet the requirements of your most power-demanding and highest availability systems.- Input cable connection, C19 outlets, and breakers on...
Enterprise C19 PDU
These Enterprise PDUs are ideal for extending and enhancing the levels of availability while supporting even the most power-demanding servers. Primarily designed for xSeries servers, they also support mid-range and high-end server products. The new DPI Enterprise PDUs will complement the current DPI PDUs. The new models also deploy the same modular approach to power distribution as current PDUs, but do not include detachable line cords due to the power levels. There are versions for nearly every region worldwide. These PDUs are highly...