Eaton unveils its G3 Universal Input Rack PDU

Intelligent power management company Eaton this week released its G3 Universal Input Rack PDU (G3 UPDU), which it said can be easily deployed into a single data centre or a global data centre network across multiple locations – saving time, reducing costs and simplifying power management.

Features include support for 5 kVA single-phase through 23 kVA three-phase power, the ability to be paired with any one of 12 detachable input cords with 12 different plugs, and toolless mounting buttons that offer multiple mounting options to fit different rack layouts and power needs, helping make space for other equipment.

“Operators can manage the G3 UPDU via web browser or SNMP integration into DCIM,” the company said. “They can also utilize monitoring software like Eaton’s Intelligent Power Manager (IPM), Visual Power Manager (VPM) or Visual Capacity Optimization Manager (VCOM), as well as third-party management systems.”

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