Available with 8 inputs/outputs OR 16 inputs/outputs (WAGO and other connectors available)
NOTE: RTU build option not available on the 16 input/output version.
8 Amps per outlet @ 72 VDC
1 DB9 craft port
1 - 10BaseT LAN port
4 Phoenix connectors (8 input/output version) OR
8 Phoenix connectors (16 input/output version)
1 4-pin WAGO connector for unit power
Optional: 50-pin Amphenol connector for discretes/analogs/controls, 33.6 Telco modem for backup remote access, 1 RS485 expansion port for daisy-chaining additional switches, 1-Wire jack (RJ11) for external temp probe
Control Relay Commands:
On, Off and Reset (off-on)
Wire Gauge Supported:
Minimum - 24
Maximum - 12
Yes; supports HTTPS via SSL encryption
v1 and v2c
19" or 23" rack mountable; 1 RU
Upgradeable via LAN or serial
Yes, through from craft port, Telnet on TCP port 2002
32 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (0 to 60 degrees Celcius)
0 to 95% non-condensing
RoHS 5 Approved:
Family Name (for Ordering):
NetGuardian 216 with 8 or 16 switch
Ordering Part Number:
Basic PDU units are available from many different manufacturers, but there are a few that include more functionality than the rest. The Remote Power Switch AC can have both PDU and RTU functionalities in only one metal box.
The PDU functionality allows you to control power, while the RTU capabilities allow you to monitor discrete and analog alarm data from your important equipment.
For added environmental visibility, this rack-mounted power distribution unit also monitors the internal and external temperature, as well as current draw for each input power. This is especially critical at your unmanned sites, where you need to detect and respond to network issues remotely.
Discrete alarms: 16
Internal Temp Sensor: 1
There are specific specifications for this PDU, but some build options are available:
Build Options for the Remote Power Switch DC: 8 OR 16 DC power inputs / outputs
50-pin Amphenol connector for 16 discretes, 4 analogs, and 2 controls
33.6 Telco modem for backup remote access
1 RS485 expansion port for daisy-chaining additional switches
1-Wire jack (RJ11) for external temp probe
1 Internal temp sensor
A 66 block is a simple way to use wire-wrap connections with DPS RTUs. When telcos really want connections to stay in place, they use wire wrap. You'll simply punch down your alarm, analog, and/or control relay wiring to the 66 block, then connect the 66 block to the RTU using a standard amphenol cable (also available from DPS).
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