Tripp Lite PDU Metered 16 C13 2 C19 Outlets 208/240V 5.8kW L6-30P 2URM TAA

Mfg.Part: PDUMH30HV6 | CDW Part: 6255800 | UNSPSC: 39121017
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  • TAA Compliant Single-phase PDU allows real-time current metering to ensure proper load balance/detect problems that cause downtime
  • 16 C13 and 2 C19 208/240V outlets distribute AC power to connected equipment
  • Digital ammeter for on-site load monitoring helps prevent power overloads
  • 1.8 m cord w/ NEMA L6-30P single-phase input connects to AC power source
  • Metered PDU installs in 2U of rack space using the incl. mounting brackets
  • power distribution unit
  • 2 Year Tripp Lite Warranty
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  • TAA Compliant Single-phase PDU allows real-time current metering to ensure proper load balance/detect problems that cause downtime
  • 16 C13 and 2 C19 208/240V outlets distribute AC power to connected equipment
  • Digital ammeter for on-site load monitoring helps prevent power overloads
  • 1.8 m cord w/ NEMA L6-30P single-phase input connects to AC power source
  • Metered PDU installs in 2U of rack space using the incl. mounting brackets
  • power distribution unit
  • 2 Year Tripp Lite Warranty
This metered PDU provides real-time monitoring of load levels via its built-in digital current metering. Ideal for network IT applications, small computer rooms and other equipment rack applications, the PDUMH30HV6 features 16 C13 and two C19 208/240V outlets in two separately breakered load banks, which distribute AC power to rack equipment. The banks can be individually monitored to ensure proper load balance and make any necessary upgrades before the PDU becomes overloaded. Plug-lock insert sleeves are included to prevent connected cables from becoming accidentally dislodged.

A digital ammeter reports the load for each outlet bank separately, so you can balance loads across both built-in 20A breakers. Add the two load-bank current values together to determine total input current. Monitoring amperage helps ensure load levels remain well below maximum capacity with no danger of overload that could lead to costly downtime or damaged equipment. Maintaining proper load levels can keep your TCO (total cost of ow