Western Telematic has expanded their NBB Series vertical mount switched PDUs to include both single and dual input 16/32Amp versions. The NBB-Series high amperage switched PDUs are specifically designed to provide secure, remote power control and reboot capabilities for high density rack enclosures.

All NBB Series models feature twenty remote switched IEC C13 outlets with four 16 Amp UL-489 circuit breakers. Each branch circuit breaker protects five IEC C13 outlets and supports up to 16 Amps across the five outlets. Single input models provide one 16Amp or 32Amp input while the dual input models provide two 16Amp or 32Amp inputs. Power to the 16Amp inputs is supplied through IEC C20 connectors with detachable cables (sold separately) while the 32Amp inputs feature attached IEC-60320 Commando 10 foot cables.

The NBB Series includes a robust selection of monitoring features, including event alarms and SNMP polling to help you keep tabs on vital network elements, avoid costly service calls and maximize up time. The metering and reporting features of the NBB Series include True RMS current metering of individual branches or the total system. Reports can specify kWh, kW, Amps, Volts or Temperature.

The NBB Series can also perform reboots and power shutdowns on individual outlets according to a user-defined schedule. The NBB Series can monitor the ping response from critical equipment and if a ping command fails it can automatically reboot the device.

The NBB Series can be configured and monitored via its convenient IP web browser interface, Secure Telnet, out-of-band dialup Modem or by any SNMP MIB based enterprise management software.

The NBB Series is built for vertical Zero U (0U) installations where rack space is limited. Mounting kits are available to fit a variety of rack and closet enclosures.

For remote power reboot control and monitoring where rack U space is limited, the NBB Series 0U vertical mount reboot switches are an ideal solution.

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