Power Distribution Units
Racks and Enclosures
Backup Power UPS
Rack-Mounted Power Distribution
Eaton Enclosure Power Distribution Units (ePDU)
Effectively distribute power to 4 to 45 receptacles in high-density
The plug-and-play architecture organizes power distribution, simplifies
cable management, and lets you add and change IT equipment without an
electrician. With this tiered product family, you can select the desired
combination of features and power rating for each application
||Eaton Basic ePDUs
Designed for reliable and cost effective power distribution, Basic
ePDUs have the form factor and receptacle choices to meet the needs
of the demanding data center architect. With power levels ranging
from 1.4 kW all the way to 17 kW, Eaton has the right Basic ePDU
for any application.
Eaton FlexPDU & HotSwap MBP
The Eaton FlexPDUs are designed to increase power distribution
from a single UPS and provide more flexibility.
The Eaton HotSwap Maintenance Bypass enhances availability by
providing service continuity in all situations and facilitates
hot-swappable battery replacement.
||Eaton Managed ePDUs
Eaton Managed ePDUs allow you to monitor and control critical factors
such as voltage, current and power factor. This level of information
allows you to make the right decision when it comes to enegy consumption
in your data center. Integrated with Eaton's management software,
you can control these units from any computer on the network server.
||Eaton Monitored ePDUs
Eaton Monitored ePDUs provide remote monitoring the current draw
of individual sections via Ethernet or Serial communication. This
capability, combined with state-of-the-art software allows you to
aggregate the information from thousands of ePDUs in one location.
All Monitored ePDUs also include the Easy-Read digital LED ammeter
for easy start-up and provisioning of servers.
||Eaton Advanced Monitored ePDUs
Designed for high-density, mission-critical server applications,
the Advanced Monitored ePDU provides maximum power for both standard
and blade servers. Employing multiple configurations, the Easy-Read
LCD screen and remote power management with distinctly colored circuits,
the ePDU ensures easy management and monitoring down to the outlet
Eaton Switched ePDUs
Designed for data centers needing remote site management, the
switched ePDU provides remote power monitoring of both voltage
and current. The current is also displayed on a local two-digit
current meter. These units also monitor both temperature and humidity.
The Switched ePDUs employ multiple configurations, available in
0U and 2U rack mount, and 42” or 66” vertical lengths. They also
provide individual on/off/reboot control of up to 36 receptacles.
The control interface is highly customizable with multiple functions
and flexibility to send either SNMP traps or e-mail alerts.
||Eaton RE ePDUs
Remote emergency power off ePDUs allow immediate and complete 'power
off' control from one button. These ePDUs are hardwired and the
power off switch can be housed anywhere in the datacenter for quick
and easy access, should the need for immediate shutdown arise.
||Eaton eATS ePDUs
Designed for switching non phase synchronized AC power sources,
the automatic transfer switch ePDUs intelligent circuitry monitors
both inputs, providing a fast switch transfer from primary to secondary
source power critical equipment without interruption. These ePDUs
assure the highest level of redundancy to mission critical applications.
Eaton Rack Power Module (RPM)
The Eaton RPM simplifies data center power distribution by delivering
up to 36 kW of power in a 3U cabinet. Connect directly from a
three-phase UPS (such as the Eaton BladeUPS), or other utility
source, to power secondary power distribution devices such as
the Eaton ePDU. Twelve pole positions distribute power to completely
customizable input and output configurations and voltages.
- Provides plug-and-play primary distribution of power from
a three-phase input source to secondary power distribution devices
- Serves data center loads with various voltages, power cord
configurations and layouts
- Distributes three-phase power to 12 poles, grouped into two
sets of six poles, with choice of output receptacle types
- “Power Equalizer” LED display gives quick visual indication
of each circuit’s load, reducing possibility of overloads and
breakers tripped off line
- Load information available from the front of the rack, no
need to check individual power strips in the rear of the cabinet
- Branch circuit monitoring option allows easy load monitoring
over the network
- Installs in only 3U of space in EIA 19” rack or enclosure
(or wall-mounted), all hardware included
- Enables customer installation and changes without the services
of a licensed electrician