TRIPP LITE 1.9Kw Single-Phase Switched PDU Power Distribution Unit (PDUMH20NET2LX) 8 Outlets 20 Amps
Model Number: PDUMH20NET2LX
TRIPP LITE 1.9Kw Single-Phase Switched PDU Power Distribution Unit (PDUMH20NET2LX) 8 Outlets 20 Amps is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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The PDUMH20NET2LX 1.9kW Single-Phase Switched PDU provides advanced network control and remote power monitoring with the ability to turn on, turn off, reboot or lock out power to each outlet. By reducing the frequency of on-site visits, these advanced remote capabilities can save you money and reduce downtime. The 1U PDU features eight switched NEMA 5-15/20R outlets with an included cord retention bracket to prevent cables from becoming accidentally disconnected. A 12-foot cord with NEMA L5-20P plug and 5-20P plug adapter connects the PDU to a compatible AC power source, generator or protected UPS. The built-in javan-free HTML5-based LX Platform network interface enables full remote access for PDU status monitoring and email notifications via secure web browser, snap, telnet or SSH. It supports 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing for optimum communication with an Ethernet network. Optional envirosense2 modules (sold separately) provide a variety of environmental monitoring capabilities. Protocols supported include IPv4, IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, SNMPv1, SNMPv2, SNMPv3, telnet, SSH, FTP, DHCP and NTP. A digital ammeter allows you to monitor the total load in real time to ensure it remains well below maximum capacity with no danger of overload. The single-phase PDU installs in 1U of space in EIA-standard 19-inch racks. You can also mount it vertically in 0U of rack space or on a wall or under a counter with the included brackets and user-supplied screws.
|4.25 x 17.5 x 1.75 inches
|Item model number
|4.3 4.3 out of 5 stars 21 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
|Date First Available
|October 9, 2017
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This is the third TrippLite product I've purchased from Amazon. All three arrived with packaging material that looked like the item had been dropshipped, but from weeks or months ago, which seemed weird, but innocuous. The first was a rackmount enclosure, which arrived in incredibly poor condition. The second was a UPS that didn't work, and I had to RMA a replacement from TrippLite. The third is this PDU, which arrived bare, without mounting brackets or a serial cable. I opened a support ticket to get those, but I guess I forgot to mention that I needed the screws that go with the mounting brackets, so now I get to reopen that support ticket. To be fair, the support process from TrippLite is very easy and everyone I've spoken with on their team are courteous and eager to help. It's just...I was expecting to have installed this PDU two weeks ago, and I don't understand why Amazon can't keep these products stocked correctly.
You know what would be great for a network-connected device that requires time-consuming and detailed configuration? How about the ability to back up and restore that configuration? If you think that's a pretty important feature, look elsewhere, because this device doesn't have it. The web and console UI are remarkably slow and feel like a throwback to the 90's in their design and responsiveness. I suppose you could painstakingly script the configuration, but why bother when you can just buy something else? Rated two stars instead of one because it does actually work, more or less.
So glad they updated their PDU15NET model to using an LX card. No more strict Java RTE issues. Requires a serial connection for pulling IP and network information if using DHCP, but once you have that information it's easy to log on and control/configure.
I have worked in many data centers and closets for many different companies over the past 3 decades and APC was always the PDU that was used. I was really hoping Tripp Lite would be giving them a run for their money by now, but APC is still the leader (even after they got bought out). APC's support is still way better. I prefer to spend a little more on something that's easier to use and keeps up with technology. Specifics: I was unable to access it via a browser (due to Java requirement). I attempted to contact support on-line, which led to an e-mail that directed me to make a phone call. The person on the phone had me download an application to manage it. Supposedly the newest versions use HTML5, but there is no upgrade option. I was able to reach it once with the app, but I wasn't able to configure users for it. I reached out to support again; no response. After it got a different IP address, I was unable to access it via the app. I don't have time to mess around, so I decided to send it back.