Remote Power Switch (AC): Overview

Remote Power Controller 100 (AC Power Version)
AC Version of the Remote Power Switch
Click here for the DC Version

Using any PC on your network, you can operate controls, check temperature at the site, and keeps tabs on power consumption - all without rolling a single truck.

One feature that makes this power switch special is SNMP compatibility.

To control several devices at one location use the expansion port on the back of the unit to daisy chain many Remote Power Controllers together. Linked switches will act as a single unit, making them easy to control using the web interface.

For added environmental visibility, the Remote Power Controller also monitors internal and external temperature, as well as current draw for each input. This is especially critical at your unmanned sites, where you need to detect and respond to network issues remotely.

Here's What This Power Controller Can Do For You:

  • Switch on/off and reboot equipment, right from your desk chair
  • Drastically cuts down on expensive truck rolls - Quickly pays for itself
  • Available with 2 AC Inputs + 3 AC Outputs each OR 1 AC Input + 8 AC Outputs
  • Built-in D-Wire Sensor port to monitor an external sensor
  • 2 Build Options: RTU version with 16 discretes, 4 analogs & 2 controls OR only AC switching power
  • SNMP-compatible - Send SNMP traps and/or receive email notifications
  • Cascade several units together as one logical device using the base unit's IP address
  • Enable/disable remote access to the unit for on-site troubleshooting
  • Secure web browsing (via SSL encryption) for security-conscious organizations
  • Built-in temperature monitoring to track changing environmental conditions
  • Monitors current draw - See how much power is flowing into each input
  • RoHS 5/6 compliant

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