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Ask the Engineer - How do I get 120V from a 208V circuit?

Posted by Robert Faulkner on Jul 13, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Originally posted February 22, 2013, Updated July 13, 2018

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Topics: PDU, rack PDU, How To, single phase PDU

Average Power Density Vs. Peak Power Density

Posted by Josh Schaap on Jun 11, 2018 2:06:00 PM

Originally posted March 1, 2016, Updated June 11, 2018

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Topics: PDU, data center PDU, data center environmental monitoring, Industry Trends and Solutions

What is a PDU?

Posted by RJ Tee on Aug 21, 2017 1:54:50 PM

 

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Topics: Rack power distribution, Power Distribution Unit, PDU

Fast Mover PDUs | Server Technology

Posted by RJ Tee on Feb 1, 2017 10:10:00 AM

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Topics: PDU, Fast Movers, colocation

Data Center Power Market Is Poised For Growth

Posted by RJ Tee on Jan 20, 2017 8:50:00 AM

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Back in the early days of information technology, data centers were almost embarrassingly wasteful entities. But this was a different time, before the necessary technology was available to accurately track and manage power consumption over time.

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Topics: PDU, data centers, datacenter, PDUs, green, clean energy

Get Ahead with StartUp Stick

Posted by Robert Faulkner on Aug 14, 2015 5:00:00 AM

Over the years, we have heard many data center personnel state that DHCP cannot and will not be used for infrastructure pieces like cabinet PDUs. All Server Technology CDUs are shipped with DHCP enabled so that the user can setup the DHCP server to provide IP settings based on MAC address. For those installations where that is not a viable solution, Server Technology has developed the StartUp Stick for quick mass-deployment. Now, instead of walking the floor with a crash-cart and writing scripts to handle the initial network configuration, you can sit in the comfort of your office using our simple spreadsheet configuration tool and then walk the floor with this simple tool instead.

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Topics: CDU, SPM, PDU, IT

On a Budget? Here’s How to Get More Rack Power Cheaply and Safely

Posted by Eric Giacomini on Jan 13, 2015 4:49:00 PM

Like most data centers, your server racks are becoming increasingly dense as you adopt cutting-edge new technologies. This is creating the need for more power in your data center. Your challenge, therefore, is to increase power to each individual rack safely and affordably.

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Topics: density, PDU, Power, power distribution, Server Technology, three phase, natural gas

Introducing Fast Movers with Server Technology

Posted by Andy Szeto on Sep 8, 2014 3:00:00 PM

What are Server Technology Fast Movers? With a 30-year legacy, our desire to meet our customers' ever changing data center power distribution requirements resulted in thousands of designs across multiple product lines. Sorting through this dizzying array to find that right one for your needs is like car shopping. Do I want a base model or tons of features? A compact or full-size? 2WD, AWD or 4WD? Colors? To help relieve some of that anxiety, our product managers identified the Fast Movers consisting of not just popular PDUs, but units with quick turnaround, typically shipping in 2-5 days, and you still get to pick your color.

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Topics: HDOT, PDU, Server Technology, Fast Movers, turnaround, inventory

Upgrade Your Power Distribution With HDOT Alt. Phase PDUs

Posted by Travis Irons on Aug 22, 2014 9:24:00 AM

Challenge:

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Topics: HDOT, power consumption, Data Center, PDU, power efficiency, Server Technology, high density outlet technology, cost-effective, three phase, phase balancing, Alternating phase, 3 phase

The Secret to Safe, Affordable Three Phase Power Distribution

Posted by Travis Irons on Aug 21, 2014 8:44:00 AM

Up until now, you were able to power your servers and applications using a 30A single phase, 208V power distribution unit (PDU) that contained two 20A circuit breakers. This power cord feeding this PDU contained two power wires and a ground wire. In order to properly distribute 30A of power without overloading any branch, you needed two 20A branches with an equal quantity of outlets per branch.

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Topics: power density, PDU, Server Technology, power usage efficiency, 30A, Alternating phase, single phase

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