Cisco BayTech DS Series Specifications

Remote Site Management Solutions
Bay Technical Associates
nd
200 N. 2 Street
Bay St. Louis, MS 39520
800-523-2702 * Fax 228-467-4551
International 228-467-8231
1.0 REMOTE SITE MANAGEMENT (SELLING THE CONCEPT IS EASY) ...............................................................3
1.1 Remote Site Management Solutions Pay for Themselves..................................................................................3
1.2 Remote Site Management Solutions Help Reduce Downtime............................................................................4
1.3 Remote Site Management Solutions Eliminate Costly Service Calls .................................................................4
1.4 Prepare Network Engineers for Onsite Visits......................................................................................................4
1.5 Who are the prospects? ......................................................................................................................................6
1.6 When is the best time to sell remote site management solutions? .....................................................................6
2.0 REMOTE SITE MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS OFFERED BY BAYTECH ...........................................................7
2.1 Power Control and Monitoring Solutions...........................................................................................................8
2.1.1 The Correct Questions for Product Selection...................................................................................................8
2.1.2 Sample Power Management Applications .....................................................................................................11
2.1.2.1 Data Center Power Management using the vertical RPC-27 with the DS-Series SNMP controller. ......11
2.1.2.2 Data Center Power Management using the horizontal RPC4-20 with the DS-Series SNMP controller. 12
2.1.2.3 Network Power Management with RPC3-15, RPC3-20 or RPC3A.........................................................13
2.1.2.4 High Current Application with the RPC5-15 and RPC5-20 .....................................................................14
2.1.3 Models Supplied by BayTech.........................................................................................................................15
2.1.3.1 RPC2 and RPC2A Remote Power Control ............................................................................................16
2.1.3.2 RPC2-MD01 Remote Power Control.......................................................................................................17
2.1.3.3 RPC3-15 and RPC3-20 Remote Power Control ....................................................................................18
2.1.3.4 RPC 3A 220 VAC Remote Power Control ..............................................................................................19
2.1.3.5 RPC4-15 and RPC4-20 Remote Power Control ....................................................................................20
2.1.3.6 RPC4A-20 Remote Power Control.........................................................................................................21
2.1.3.7 RPC5-15 and RPC5-20 Remote Power Control .....................................................................................22
2.1.3.8 RPC6-15 and RPC6-20 Remote Power Control .....................................................................................23
2.1.3.9 RPC6A-20 Remote Power Control..........................................................................................................24
2.1.3.10 RPC7 Vertical Mount Remote Power Control .......................................................................................25
2.1.3.11 RPC22 and RPC22A Remote Power Control.......................................................................................26
2.1.3.12 RPC27 and RPC28 Remote Power Control .........................................................................................28
2.1.3.13 RPS2 – Remote Power Sensor .............................................................................................................29
2.2 Console Access ..................................................................................................................................................30
Base Unit Selection .................................................................................................................................................30
2.2.1 The correct questions for product selection ...................................................................................................31
2.2.2 Sample Console Access Application..............................................................................................................32
2.2.2.1 Console Access application / SNMP Controller Application....................................................................32
2.2.3 DS-Series Models ..........................................................................................................................................33
2.2.3.1 Base Unit: DS3 .......................................................................................................................................33
2.2.3.2 Base Unit: DS6 .......................................................................................................................................33
2.2.3.3 Base Unit: DS6D ....................................................................................................................................33
2.2.3.4 Base Unit: DS9 .......................................................................................................................................34
2.2.3.5 Base Unit: DS9D ....................................................................................................................................34
2.2.3.6 Module: DS71 .........................................................................................................................................34
2.2.3.7 Module: DS71 -MD3 ...............................................................................................................................35
2.2.3.8 Module: DS72 .........................................................................................................................................35
2.2.3.9 Module: DS73 .........................................................................................................................................35
2.2.3.10 Module: DS74 .......................................................................................................................................36
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2.3 Console Access and Power Control in one unit..............................................................................................37
2.3.1 The correct questions for product selection ...................................................................................................38
2.3.2 Sample Application using the DS-RPC ..........................................................................................................39
2.3.3 DS-RPC Models .............................................................................................................................................40
2.3.3.1 Base Unit: DS2-RPC ..............................................................................................................................40
2.3.3.2 Base Unit: DS4-RPC ..............................................................................................................................40
2.3.3.3 Base Unit: DS4D-RPC ...........................................................................................................................40
3.0 PDU – POWER DISTRIBUTION UNITS ..............................................................................................................41
3.0.1 PDU-20 20 Amp Power Distribution Unit..............................................................................................41
4.0 TESTING LIVE UNITS..........................................................................................................................................42
4.1 Instructions for connecting to the DS3-IPS via the Internet and controlling the RPC27-20NC..................43
4.2 Instructions for using the DS-RPC via the internet .........................................................................................47
4.3 Instructions for connecting to the RPC3 via the internet. ..............................................................................50
4.3 Instructions for using the M6-DAC via the Internet.........................................................................................51
4.4 Instructions for connecting to the RPC5-15 via the Internet..........................................................................55
4.5 Instructions for connecting to the RPC2 via the Internet through the M6....................................................59
4.6 BayTech Demo Connections Chart...................................................................................................................62
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1.0 Remote Site Management (Selling the concept is easy)
1.0 Remote Site Management (Selling the concept is
easy)
In the next year there is expected to be a shortfall of 685,000 IT professionals in the United
States. This is just one reason customers all over the world have started installing tools
which help manage and monitor equipment remotely.
With remote site management solutions installed, customers will have faster response times
to network problems, reduce network down time and receive a return on investment. If these
points are made, customers will buy.
The list below summarizes reasons customers will purchase remote site management
solutions:
Pays for itself
Reduces network downtime
Eliminates costly service calls
Prepares technician for on-site
1.1 Remote Site Management Solutions Pay for Themselves
Below are real facts about how one BayTech customer justified the purchase of 900 units.
This customer continues to purchase BayTech solutions for every site. Return on investment
is the key.
• Customer paid $540,000 for 900 units.
• This customer uses the product an average of 28 times a day.
• Their average service call cost is $200.00 which equals $5600.00 /
day savings.
• The average response time to problems went from 4.25 hrs to 10
minutes
• Responses were made from a Central NOC
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• The return on investment is 96.5 days for this customer.
• The industry average network installation life is 7 years or 2555
days.
• This customer will save $13,768,000 in the next 7 years.
1.2 Remote Site Management Solutions Help Reduce Downtime
Companies with remote site management solutions will respond to network problems in
record time.
• One Minute Reboot versus Onsite Visit
• Remote Configuration of Network Equipment versus Onsite Visit
• Remote Flash/Image Upgrades versus Onsite Visits
1.3 Remote Site Management Solutions Eliminate Costly Service Calls
Service calls are expensive; with the shortage of network personnel, major service providers
are quoting several day turns on service calls.
With BayTech’s remote site management solutions installed, customers will not only realize
the cost savings of service call but also have a response time that is immediate.
Furthermore, the following facts will help justify the expense of these solutions:
• 91% of Onsite Service Calls Require a Reboot or ReProgramming of Network Equipment
• Driving is the Number One Time Consumer of Service Calls
• Building Entry is the Number Two Time Consumer of Service
Calls
1.4 Prepare Network Engineers for Onsite Visits
Using a remote site management solution to troubleshoot the network problem will provide
network engineers knowledge of which piece(s) of hardware are the problem.
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The network engineer will have the correct equipment in hand. This eliminates the need to
go onsite to troubleshoot only to find they did not bring the correct equipment.
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1.5 Who are the prospects?
Colocation facilities needing the ability to reboot locked servers and manage their power to
a circuit level. Companies like Exodus, Verio, Globix, Digex, or UUNET . The collocation
market was a 4 billion dollar market in 2000, this is expected to grow to 28.4 billion by the
year 2004.
Multi-location networks including: corporations, hospitals, city and state government,
schools, banks and universities. The need here is primarily to focus on remotely managing
the network either through remote power rebooting or console access to equipment.
Examples of customers that currently use our solutions are: Target, Wal-Mart, Lucent,
Airborne and Merrill Lynch. Network infrastructure is expected to grow by 7000% in the next
8 years.
ISP/ASP's
1.6 When is the best time to sell remote site management solutions?
Anytime would be the best answer for BayTech, however, there are target times which work
better.
The best time is when a customer is planning a new network or in the process of doing a
major upgrade or overhaul.
Customers are more reluctant to purchase the product if they just completed a major
overhaul or built a new network.
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Power Management and Monitoring - provides the ability to reboot or turn on/off
equipment, and monitor power, voltage, current and temperature.
Console Access – Intelligent internetworking equipment has a RS-232 console interface.
This interface is used for set-up, maintenance and trouble shooting of the equipment.
BayTech manufactures products that provide RS-232 console access to remote equipment.
Access can be accomplished through an Ethernet (Telnet), dial-up modem or local RS-232.
Console Access and Power Control – BayTech manufactures a product geared for remote
office applications which provide both console access and power control in a single solution.
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2.1 Power Control and Monitoring Solutions
2.1.1 The Correct Questions for Product Selection
How much current in AMPS is required?
Most customers know the rating of circuits installed in their equipment room or data center. It is prudent to get
the complete current requirement per circuit. This is done by adding the rated load of the individual
components.
Electrical code states that you cannot use, on a continuous base, more than 80% of the rated circuit. IE..
16amps on a 20-amp circuit. Customers, especially data centers follow this code.
What is the voltage of the site?
BayTech provides solutions for the following voltages: 115VAC, 220VAC or –48VDC
How many receptacles per circuit are required?
BayTech offers several models with different receptacle capacity. Typically a customer wants to have a few
extra, however, if the application uses the rated circuits capacity with 4 components, it does not make sense to
sell a unit with 21 receptacles.
How many circuits per rack or enclosure is planned?
Most remote location equipment rooms have one circuit connected to a UPS.
Data centers or co-location companies typically run 2 or more circuits to the rack or enclosure. These circuits
come from different power sources and require a unit for each circuit.
Does the customer need current, voltage, power and temperature monitoring?
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Not all BayTech products offer current, voltage, power and temperature monitoring. You will need to refer to the
product chart when specifying these features.
What type of access is needed to the power solution?
Ethernet, Dial-up modem, Local RS-232
Will the customer use the BayTech DS-Series SNMP controller?
SNMP management is provided for the RPC product line through the DS-Series with SNMP installed. Typically,
customers will use the RPC models with an RS-232 interface to connect to this controller.
Models with the Ethernet interface built-in do not support SNMP.
SNMP monitoring with the DS-Series:
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How will the solution be mounted? BayTech offers horizontal and vertical power solutions. Vertical solutions
use no rack space (a premium in today’s world), horizontal solutions mount in 19” spaces, 23” optional
mounting is available.
Vertical ZeroU
Mounting
Horizontal 1-U
Mounting
What type of power plug is required? The standard US power plugs are indicated below. For international
version please contact BayTech.
Nema 5-15P
IEC320 C13
IEC320 C14
Nema 5-20P
Nema L5-20P
IEC320 C19
IEC320 C20
Nema L5-30P
115VAC Options
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2.1.2 Sample Power Management Applications
Most power management applications can be specified in different ways. The applications below indicate some of
the more standard configurations.
IMPORTANT: Do not hesitate to contact a BayTech applications engineer for recommendations.
SNMP applications require the DS-Series SNMP controller. The largest controller can handle up to 32 RPC’s. The
more strips a customer connects to a DS-Series controller, the lower the average cost per receptacle. Refer to the
product chart for units that can be used with the DS-Series controller.
2.1.2.1 Data Center Power Management using the vertical RPC-27 with the DS-Series SNMP controller.
Synopsis – Customer is in a data center
environment, needs power control and
management of several racks or enclosures.
Using rack space is not an option so the
solution should be vertically mounted.
Features – Control of 120 receptacles,
current, voltage, power and temperature
reporting per circuit. Vertically mounted using
no rack space.
SNMP control and trap reporting – With
the DS-Series, NOC’s have complete control
of the RPC’s. Traps based on preset current,
power, voltage and temperature are
generated. Traps are also generated on
receptacle and user activity.
Local and Telnet Interface – The DS-Series
supports Telnet and access for remote
control and has a RS-232 console port for
onsite access or use with an external modem
for dial back-up
Reboot or turn on/off individual
receptacles – all receptacles are individually
controlled. For equipment with dual power
supplies, group SNMP commands can be
sent to generate reboots over multiple strips.
Unused receptacles can be turned off to
avoid overloading circuits.
Temperature measurement – RPC’s have
an internal temperature sensor, which can be
used to detect temperature swings in an
enclosure. SNMP traps are sent to a central
NOC.
BayTech components:
DS-Series SNMP controller
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2.1.2.2 Data Center Power Management using the horizontal RPC4-20 with the DS-Series SNMP controller.
Synopsis – Customer has a rack of equipment
and needs power control and management.
Solution should be expandable for future growth.
Features – Control of 8 receptacles, current,
voltage, power and temperature reporting per
circuit. Solution is expandable to 8 strips or 64
receptacles.
SNMP Control and trap reporting – The DSSeries controller shown provides complete
control and monitoring of the RPC’s connected.
SNMP traps based on current, voltage, power
and temperature can be generated and sent to a
central NOC
Reboot of turn on/off all or individual
components – Each receptacle can be
individually controlled. Group SNMP commands
can be generated for equipment with multiple
power supplies connected across multiple strips.
Current, Voltage and Power measurement per
circuit – True RMS measurement will provide
accurate readings per circuit. Preset Thresholds
generate audible alarms and SNMP traps when
reached.
Temperature measurement – SNMP traps are
generated based on temperature thresholds.
Local and Telnet control – The DS-Series
controller also supports Telnet access for remote
control and RS-232 console access for onsite
control or modem dial back-up.
BayTech components:
DS-Series SNMP controller –
FYI…….
All BayTech 20 amp 115VAC power products are
available with 5-20P or L5-20P power plugs. This
should be specified at time of order.
1234-
(1) DS3-IPS
(1) DS72 Network/RS232 module
(1) DS74
(1) RPC4-20
The RS-232 console port of any BayTech product
can be used for onsite access or with an external
modem for dial back-up.
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2.1.2.3 Network Power Management with RPC3-15, RPC3-20 or RPC3A
The RPC3-15, RPC3-20 and RPC3A are perfect stand
alone units providing power control for up to 8 devices.
Each RPC has it’s own IP and accessible via Telnet.
The RPC also has a local RS-232 console port for
onsite access or use with a modem for dial back-up.
Features – Control of 8 receptacles through direct
IP connection, current monitoring per circuit.
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•
•
•
•
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Status
LED’s
Network
Interface
RS-232
Interface
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•
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Network Access Via TCP/IP (TELNET)
Programmable Receptacle Names
8-115 or 230 VAC Receptacles
Turn on/off Individual or All Receptacles
Reboot Power For Individual or All Receptacles
Retains Receptacle Status during power loss
10BASE-T Ethernet Control Port
EIA232 Control Port for Local Access or Dial
Back-up With External Modem
Secure Password Protection
RPC3-15 , 15 Amp(115VAC)
RPC3-20 , 20 Amp (115VAC)
RPC3A , 10 Amp (230VAC)
RS-232
Interface
8 Nema 5-15R
Receptacles
Status
LED’s
Network
Interface
15 or 20
(115VAC)
Amp Input
IEC320 C-13
Outputs
(220VAC)
IEC-320 C14
Input
FYI…….
All BayTech 20 amp 115VAC power products are available with 5-20P or L5-20P power plugs. This
should be specified at time of order.
The RS-232 console port of any BayTech product can be used for onsite access or with an external
modem for dial back-up.
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2.1.2.4 High Current Application with the RPC5-15 and RPC5-20
RPC5-15 15 Amp Breaker
RPC5-20 20 Amp Breaker
20 Amp Input
From High
Power
Equipment such
as routers or
switches
20 Amp
Output
Synopsis – Customer has 2 Cisco 6520 switches, which use up to 16 amps per power supply when fully
loaded. Customer needs the ability to reboot the switches when they lock up.
Features – Control of higher power equipment such as large routers and switches or servers. The
RPC5-20 provides In-band access via Telnet and supports up to 20 amps per receptacle.
Access and Control – The RPC5-20 has an Ethernet interface for Telnet access and a RS-232
interface for onsite access. The RS-232 interface can be connected to an external modem for dial backup.
FYI - Any of the four inputs power the logic of the RPC, power can be lost to all but one and the RPC
will remain active.
This version of the RPC is available in five different models.
RPC5-15 115VAC 15Amp Ethernet and RS-232 interface
RPC5-20 115VAC 20 Amp Ethernet and RS-232 interface
RPC6-15 115VAC 15 Amp RS-232 interface
RPC6-20 115VAC 20 Amp RS-232 interface
RPC6A-20 220VAC 20 Amp RS-232 interface, current, voltage and temperature monitoring
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2.1.3 Models Supplied by BayTech
1
6
8
6
8
115 VAC
NEMA 5-15P
NEMA 5-15R
N
N
Y
1U
N
10A
IEC320/C14
IEC320 C13
N
N
Y
1U
N
NEMA 5-15P
NEMA 5-15R
Y
N
Y
1U
N
NEMA 5-15R
N
Y
15A
115 VAC
C
20A
NEMA 5-15P
Y
1U
Y
20A
NEMA 5-20P/L5-20P
NEMA 5-15R
N
Y
Y
1U
Y
10A
IEC320 C14
IEC320 C13
N
Y
Y
1U
Y
15A
NEMA 5-15P
NEMA 5-15R
N
N
Y
1U
Y
NEMA 5-20R
N
N
Y
1U
Y
CVPT
20A
20A-US
10A-INT
NEMA 5-20P/L5-20P
IEC320 / C14
IEC320 C13
N
N
Y
1U
Y
15A
NEMA 5-20P
NEMA 5-15R
N
Y
Y
2U
Y
NEMA 5-15R
N
Y
Y
2U
Y
1U
N
RPC3-20
1
8
8
115 VAC
C
RPC-3A
1
8
8
208 VAC
C
115 VAC
CVPT
115 VAC
CVPT
RPC4-15
15A
NONE
1
1
8
8
RPC4-20
RPC4A20US
1
1
8
8
208 VAC
RPC10-15
1
10
10
115VAC
CVPT
115VAC
CVPT
20A
NEMA L5-20P
NEMA 5-15R
N
Y
Y
RPC10-20
1
8
10
8
10
SNMP Support with DS-SERIES
208 VAC
Required Rack Space
6
RS232 Access
6
NONE
Ethernet Access
1
NONE
Intertal Modem
115 VAC
Type of Output Receptacles
6
Type of Power Plug
6
Total Amps
Voltage
1
Monitoring Features
Number Of Receptacles
RPC3-15
Number Of Controllable Receptacles
RPC-2A
RPC-2
MD01
Number Of Power Inputs
Model Number
RPC-2
C= Current
Reporting
V=Voltage
Reporting
P=Power
Reporting
T=Temp
Reporting
RPC5-15
4
4
4
115 VAC
NONE
15A
IEC320 C14
RPC5-20
4
4
4
115 VAC
NONE
20A
IEC320 C19
NEMA 5-20R
N
Y
Y
1.5U N
RPC6-15
4
4
4
115VAC
NONE
15A
IEC320 C14
NEMA 5-15R
N
N
Y
1.5U Y
NEMA 5-20R
N
N
RPC6-20
4
4
4
115VAC
NONE
20A
IEC320 C19
Y
1.5U Y
RPC6A-20
4
4
4
208VAC
CTVP
20AUS
IEC320 C19
IEC320 C20
N
N
Y
1.5U Y
RPC-7
1
12
12
115 VAC
CT
15A
NEMA 5-20P/L520P
NEMA 5-15R
N
Y
Y
NEMA 5-15R
N
N
0U
N
RPC-22
1
12
12
115 VAC
CVPT
20A
NEMA 5-20P/L520P
Y
0U
Y
RPC-22A
1
12
12
208 VAC
C
10A
SPECIFY
IEC320 / C13
N
N
Y
0U
Y
RPC-27
1
20
21
115 VAC
CVPT
20A
NEMA 5-20P/L520P
NEMA 5-15R
N
N
Y
0U
Y
115 VAC
CVPT
30A
A Side- 60A
B Side- 60A
A Side- 60A
B Side- 60A
NEMA L5-30P
NEMA 5-15R
N
N
Y
0U
Y
1A1B
10 (a) 10 (b)
N
Y
1A1B
10 (a) 10 (b)
N
N
Y
Y
2U
2U
Y
Y
RPC-28
RPC-35
RPC-36
1
1A1
B
1A1
B
20
10
10
10
10
21
10
10
10
10
NONE
-48VDC
NONE
-48VDC
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2.1.3.1 RPC2 and RPC2A Remote Power Control
Status LED’s indicate power state
RS232 Control Port
6 Power Receptacles
Function: The RPC-2 remote power switch provides a
means to turn on, turn off, or reboot connected equipment,
from a remote location or local terminal . The unit contains
six individual relay controlled AC power receptacles that are
controlled by sending a short character string (command) to
the EIA-232 control port.
Access: The EIA-232 control port can be connected to any
BayTech data switch or terminal server for remote control.
Control: The RPC-2 supports commands for both
receptacle control, and status. These commands include:
on, off, config, reboot and status. The unit provides a
response to a command indicating that the command was
acknowledged and completed.
In the event of a power failure to the RPC, the unit retains
the most current operational status for each outlet in nonvolatile memory. When the RPC regains power, it restores
each outlet to those status settings. For example: if Outlets
1 and 2 are ON, and the remaining outlets are OFF when a
power loss occurs, when AC power is restored, Outlets 1
and 2 are placed in the ON position. The power-up routine
to each receptacle is performed sequentially to minimize
power surges.
Features
•
RPC2 6-Nema 5-15R 115VAC 15A Receptacles
•
RPC2A 6-IEC320 C13 220VAC 10A Receptacles
•
Turn on/off Individual or All Receptacles
•
Reboot Power For Individual or All Receptacles
•
Retains Receptacle Status During Power Loss
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EIA232 Control Port
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Secure Password Protection
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15 Amp Power Rating
•
User Definable Receptacle Names
Specifications:
POWER RECEPTACLES: RPC2: Six receptacles Nema 515R, RPC2A Six receptacles IEC320 C13
Circuit Breaker: RPC2 125V, 15 Amp, RPC2A 240VAC,
10Amp
EIA-232 CONTROL PORT: Eight pin modular(RJ-45)
connector.
SECURITY: Password protection
DEFAULT LOGICAL NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle
1,...Outlet 6 for receptacle 6. Programmable up to 10
characters per receptacle.
ENVIRONMENT: Operating temperature range: 0 to 70° C
Storage temperature range: -40 to 80° C Humidity: 5 to
95% RH
DIMENSIONS: 16.73"w x 5.25"d x 1.72"h
INDICATORS: One green power LED and six red LEDs
indicate receptacle on/off status
MOUNTING: 19" rack-mount or desk top
WARRANTY: One year--parts & labor
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2.1.3.2 RPC2-MD01 Remote Power Control
Status LED indicate the state of power
Internal Modem
6 power receptacles
Function:The RPC-2 MD01 remote power switch with
internal modem allows you to turn on, turn off or reboot
connected equipment. The unit contains six individual
relay controlled AC power receptacles that are controlled
by sending a short character string (command).
Features
•
6- Nema 5-15R 115VAC Receptacles
•
Built in Modem
•
Programmable Receptacle Names
•
Turn on/off Individual or All Receptacles
•
Reboot Power For Individual or All Receptacles
•
Retains Receptacle Status during power loss
•
EIA232 Control Port
•
Secure Password Protection
•
15 Amp Power Rating
Specifications:
POWER RECEPTACLES: Six receptacles Nema 5-15R
Circuit Breaker: 125V, 15 Amp
MODEM(MD01): V.22bis(2400 bps), 4 pin modular(RJ-11)
Access: The RPC2-MD01 has an internal 2400 bps
modem, or an EIA-232 control port.
EIA-232 CONTROL PORT: Eight pin modular(RJ-45)
connector.
Control: The RPC-2 MD01 supports commands for
receptacle control and status. These commands include:
on, off, config, reboot and status. The unit provides a
response to indicate that the commands were
acknowledged and completed.
SECURITY: Password protection
In the event of a power failure to the unit itself, the RPC-2
MD01 retains the most current operational status for each
outlet in non-volatile memory. When the RPC regains
power, it restores each outlet to those status settings. For
example: if Outlet 1 and Outlet 2 are ON and the
remaining outlets are OFF when a power loss occurs,
Outlet 1 & 2 will be placed in the ON position. The powerup routine to each receptacle is performed sequentially to
minimize power surges.
ENVIRONMENT: Operating temperature range: 0 to 70° C
Storage temperature range: -40 to 80° C Humidity: 5 to
95% RH
FYI: The Ring Detect Reset (RDR) feature will
automatically cycle power on the internal modem of the
RPC if an incoming call is detected and not answered
within 5 or 6 rings.
WARRANTY: One year--parts & labor
DEFAULT LOGICAL NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle
1,...Outlet 6 for receptacle 6. Programmable up to 8
characters per receptacle.
DIMENSIONS: 16.73"w x 5.25"d x 1.72"h
INDICATORS: One green power LED and six red LEDs
indicate receptacle on/off status
MOUNTING: 19" rack-mount or desk top
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2.1.3.3 RPC3-15 and RPC3-20 Remote Power Control
Status
LED’s
Network
Interface
RS-232
Interface
15 or 20
Amp Input
8 Nema 5-15
R receptacles
Features
•
Monitor AC TRUE RMS current
•
Warns of over-current conditions with audible signal
•
RPC3-15 15 amp total support
•
RPC3-20 20 amp total support
•
Eight Nema 5-15R 115VAC receptacles
•
Control receptacles via an EIA-232 port or Ethernet
10BaseT connection
•
Reboot, Turn on/off individual or all receptacles
•
Receptacle logical names
Function: Now you can know the current load for all circuits in Specifications:
your data centers. The RPC3-20 reports TRUE RMS AC
Current for connected equipment. The overload audible alarm Power Plug: RPC3-15 5-15P ,
RPC3-20 - 5-20P, Optional L5-20P (Twist Lock)
sounds when the preset threshold is exceeded.
The RPC-3 remote power switch, with network access,
provides the means to turn On/Off, or reboot equipment
connected through the RPC. The RPC has eight individually
(relay) controlled AC power receptacles that are easily
controlled by sending commands via Telnet, or via the unit's
EIA-232 control port
Power Receptacles: Eight receptacles Nema 5-15R 15Amp
Control: The unit supports commands for both receptacle
control, status and configuration. Commands include: on, off,
reboot, config and status. The unit provides a response to
indicate the commands were acknowledged and completed.
Humidity: 5 to 95% RH
Circuit Breaker: RPC3-15 15 Amp, RPC3-20 20 Amp
EIA-232 Serial Port: One eight pin modular (RJ-45) connector.
Network Interface: Ethernet, IEEE 802.3 compliance,
With Multiple user support, customers who co-locate servers or 10BaseT (twisted pair RJ-45);supports TCP/IP & Telnet
other equipment with other companies can provide power
LOGICAL NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle 1, Outlet 2 for
control to specific devices connected to the RPC3.
receptacle 2,…Outlet 8 for receptacle 8. Programmable up to
10 characters per receptacle.
Access: The unit provides a 10BASE-T(twisted pair, RJ-45)
Ethernet interface. Network users access the unit by launching
Operating Temperature Range: 0 to 65 degrees C
a Telnet session from their workstations. The unit also has a
RS-232 port for configuration, onsite access or use with an
Storage Temperature Range: -40 to 80 degree C
external modem for dial back-up.
In the event of a power failure to the unit itself, the RPC-3
retains the most current operational status for each outlet in
non-volatile memory. When the RPC regains power, it restores
each outlet to those status settings. For example, if Outlet 1
and Outlet 2 are ON and the remaining outlets are OFF when a
power loss occurs, Outlet 1 & 2 will be placed in the ON
position automatically when power is restored.
DIMENSIONS: 16.73"w x 6.17"d x 1.72"h
WEIGHT: 4 lbs, 8 oz
INDICATORS: Power receptacle status, CX connection status
and diagnostics, RX & TX activity link
MOUNTING: 19" -or- 23" rack-mount or desktop, rack mount
kit are optional.
Warranty: One year - parts & labor
The power-up routine to each receptacle is performed
sequentially to minimize power surges.
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2.1.3.4 RPC 3A 220 VAC Remote Power Control
Features
RS-232
Interface
Status
LED’s
IEC320 C-13
Outputs
Network
Interface
IEC-320 C14
Input (220VAC)
The RPC-3a remote power switch, with network access,
provides the means to turn On/Off, or reboot equipment
connected through the RPC. The RPC has eight
individually (relay) controlled AC power receptacles that
are easily controlled by sending commands via Telnet, or
via the unit's EIA-232 control port
•
Network Access Via TCP/IP (TELNET)
•
Multiple Username and Password Support
Per Receptacle
•
Programmable Receptacle Names
•
8-IEC320 C13 230 VAC Receptacles
•
Turn on/off Individual or All Receptacles
•
Reboot Power For Individual or All
Receptacles
•
TRUE RMS Current Monitoring
•
Overload Audible Alarm
•
EIA232 Control Port
•
Secure Password Protection
•
10 Amp Power Rating
NOTE: When ordering this product please specify
the country it is being used in. This will determine
the power cord shipped.
Specifications:
POWER RECEPTACLES: Eight receptacles IEC320
C13 220VAC
Circuit Breaker: 230V, 10 Amp
KNOW BEFORE THE BREAKER TRIPS - With True
NETWORK INTERFACE: Ethernet; IEEE802.3
RMS current measurement and current reporting the
RPC will report how much current in AMPs the attached compliant 10BASE-T
EIA-232 CONTROL PORT: Eight pin modular(RJ-45)
equipment is drawing. Further more, the RPC has an
connector.
overload audible alarm that will sound when a preset
SECURITY: Password protection login procedure
threshold is reached. Typically, alarming is done when
LOGICAL NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle 1,...Outlet 8 for
80% of the circuits capacity is used.
receptacle 8. Programmable up to 8 characters per
MULTIPLE USER/PASSWORD SUPPORT - With
receptacle.
Multiple user support, customers who co-locate servers ENVIRONMENT: Operating temperature range: 0 to 70°
or other equipment with other companies can provide
C Storage temperature range: -40 to 80° C Humidity: 5
power control to specific devices connected to the
to 95% RH
RPC3.
DIMENSIONS: 16.73"w x 5.25"d x 1.72"h
INDICATORS: (1) Power LED, (2) 8 red receptacles
COMMAND CONTROL - The unit supports commands
LEDs, (3) link integrity, (4) network activity and (5) cx
for both receptacle control, status and configuration.
status.
Commands include: on, off, reboot, config and status.
MOUNTING: 19" rack-mount or desk top -- rack-mount
The unit provides a response to indicate the commands ears optional
were acknowledged and completed.
WARRANTY: One year--parts & labor
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2.1.3.5 RPC4-15 and RPC4-20 Remote Power Control
Features
Status Leds
RS-232 Control Port
8 – Nema 5-15R
Receptacles
15/20 Amp
Input
Function and Control: The RPC-4 has eight individually
(relay) controlled AC power receptacles that are easily
controlled by sending commands via the unit's EIA-232
control port Note: For control with a Cisco terminal
server, the RS-232 console port can be jumper
configured to connect directly to a Cisco RJ45 Aux or
terminal server port.
•
SNMP Support with DS-Series
•
8 Nema 5-15R 115 VAC Receptacles
•
Turn on/off Individual or All Receptacles
•
Reboot Power For Individual or All Receptacles
•
Retains Receptacle Status during power loss
•
EIA232 Control Port
•
Secure Password Protection
•
15 Amp Power Rating RPC4-15 (shown in
picture)
•
20 Amp Power Rating RPC4-20
•
True RMS Current Reporting
•
Overload Audible Alarm
Specifications:
RPC4-15 Power Plug: Nema 5-15P
RPC4-20 Power Plug: Nema 5-20P, Optional L5-20P
(Twist Lock)
POWER RECEPTACLES: Eight Nema 5-15R
receptacles
EIA-232 CONTROL PORT: Eight pin modular(RJ-45)
connector.
KNOW BEFORE THE BREAKER TRIPS - With True
SECURITY: Password protection login procedure
RMS current measurement and current reporting the
RPC will report how much current in AMPs the attached LOGICAL NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle 1,...Outlet 8 for
receptacle 8. Programmable up to 8 characters per
equipment is drawing. Further more, the RPC has an
receptacle.
overload audible alarm that will sound when a preset
ENVIRONMENT: Operating temperature range: 0 to 70°
threshold is reached. Typically, alarming is done when
C Storage temperature range: -40 to 80° C Humidity: 5
80% of the circuits capacity is used.
to 95% RH
Access: The RPC4’s have a RS-232 port for control
DIMENSIONS: 16.73"w x 5.25"d x 1.72"h
and access. This port can be connected to any terminal INDICATORS: (1) Power LED, (2) 8 green receptacles
server or and external modem.
LEDs
MOUNTING: 19" rack-mount or desk top -- rack-mount
The power-up routine to each receptacle is performed
ears provided. Optional 23”
sequentially to minimize power surges.
WARRANTY: One year--parts & labor
During normal operation, the RPC-4's circuit breaker
status is "ON". If the circuit breaker status is "OFF," that
indicates the circuit breaker has been tripped.
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2.1.3.6 RPC4A-20 Remote Power Control
Features
Status Leds
Port
RS-232 Control
8 – Detachable
Receptacles
20 Amp
Input
Function and Control: The RPC-4 has eight individually
(relay) controlled AC power receptacles that are easily
controlled by sending commands via the unit's EIA-232
control port Note: For control with a Cisco terminal
server, the RS-232 console port can be jumper
configured to connect directly to a Cisco RJ45 Aux or
terminal server port.
•
SNMP Support with DS-Series
•
8-IEC320 C13 230 VAC Receptacles
•
Turn on/off Individual or All Receptacles
•
Reboot Power For Individual or All Receptacles
•
Retains Receptacle Status during power loss
•
EIA232 Control Port
•
Secure Password Protection
•
20 Amp Power Rating
•
True RMS Current Reporting
•
Overload Audible Alarm
NOTE: When ordering this product please specify the
country it is being used in. This will determine the
power cord shipped.
Specifications:
POWER RECEPTACLES: Eight Nema 5-15R
receptacles
EIA-232 CONTROL PORT: Eight pin modular(RJ-45)
KNOW BEFORE THE BREAKER TRIPS - With True
connector.
RMS current measurement and current reporting the
SECURITY: Password protection login procedure
RPC will report how much current in AMPs the attached LOGICAL NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle 1,...Outlet 8 for
equipment is drawing. Further more, the RPC has an
receptacle 8. Programmable up to 8 characters per
overload audible alarm that will sound when a preset
receptacle.
threshold is reached. Typically, alarming is done when
ENVIRONMENT: Operating temperature range: 0 to 70°
80% of the circuits capacity is used.
C Storage temperature range: -40 to 80° C Humidity: 5 to
95% RH
Access: The RPC4’s have a RS-232 port for control and DIMENSIONS: 16.73"w x 5.25"d x 1.72"h
access. This port can be connected to any terminal
INDICATORS: (1) Power LED, (2) 8 green receptacles
server or and external modem.
LEDs
MOUNTING: 19" rack-mount or desk top -- rack-mount
The power-up routine to each receptacle is performed
ears provided. Optional 23”
sequentially to minimize power surges.
WARRANTY: One year--parts & labor
During normal operation, the RPC-4's circuit breaker
status is "ON". If the circuit breaker status is "OFF," that
indicates the circuit breaker has been tripped.
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2.1.3.7 RPC5-15 and RPC5-20 Remote Power Control
Features
Front and rear view of RPC 5 15 amp.
Rear view of RPC 5 20 amp.
Function: The RPC5 is designed for high current
applications such as large routers , switches or servers.
The RPC-5 has four individually (relay) controlled AC
power receptacles that are easily controlled by sending
on, off or reboot commands via Telnet, or via the unit's
EIA-232 control port.
The RPC-5's EIA-232 port can be connected to an
external modem for dial-up access in the event the
network is down.
Control: The unit supports commands for receptacle
control, status, and configuration. Commands include:
on, off, reboot, config and status. The unit provides a
response to indicate the commands were acknowledged
and completed.
The RPC5 supports multiple users for collocation.
•
Network Access Via TCP/IP (TELNET)
•
Individual inlet for each outlet
•
Multiple Username and Password Support
•
Programmable Receptacle Names
•
4-115 VAC Receptacles
•
15 Amps per receptacle (RPC5-15 )
•
20 Amps per receptacle (RPC5-20)
•
Turn on/off Individual or All Receptacles
•
Reboot Power For Individual or All
Receptacles
•
Any Inlet powers the units logic
•
10BASE-T Ethernet Control Port
•
EIA232 Control Port for local access or dial
backup
•
Secure Password Protection
Specifications:
POWER RECEPTACLES: RPC5-15 Four Nema 5-15R
receptacles, RPC5-20 Four Nema 5-20R receptacles
Circuit Breaker: 125V, 15/20 Amp
NETWORK INTERFACE: Ethernet; IEEE802.3
compliant 10BASE-T (twisted pair, RJ-45).
EIA-232 CONTROL PORT: Eight pin modular(RJ-45)
connector.
SECURITY: Password protection login procedure
LOGICAL NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle 1,...Outlet 4 for
receptacle 4. Programmable up to 8 characters per
receptacle.
ENVIRONMENT: Operating temperature range: 0 to 70°
C Storage temperature range: -40 to 80° C Humidity: 5
to 95% RH
DIMENSIONS: 16.73"w x 5.25"d x 1.72"h
INDICATORS: (1) Power LED, (2) 4 red receptacles
LEDs, (3) link integrity, (4) network activity and (5) cx
status.
MOUNTING: 19" rack-mount or desk top -- rack-mount
ears optional
WARRANTY: One year--parts & labor
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2.1.3.8 RPC6-15 and RPC6-20 Remote Power Control
Features
Status Leds
RS-232 Control Port
20 Amp Input
20 Amp Output
Function: The RPC6 is designed for high current
applications such as large routers , switches or servers.
The RPC6 has four individually (relay) controlled AC
power receptacles that are easily controlled by sending
on, off or reboot commands via the unit's EIA-232 control
port.
Access: The RPC6’s EIA-232 port can be connected to
an external modem for dial-up access in the event the
network is down.
Control: The unit supports commands for receptacle
control, status, and configuration. Commands include:
on, off, reboot, config and status. The unit provides a
response to indicate the commands were acknowledged
and completed.
•
Individual inlet for each outlet
•
Multiple Username and Password
Support
•
Programmable Receptacle Names
•
4-115 VAC Receptacles
•
15 Amps per receptacle (RPC6-15 )
•
20 Amps per receptacle (RPC6-20)
•
Turn on/off Individual or All
Receptacles
•
Reboot Power For Individual or All
Receptacles
•
Any Inlet powers the units logic
•
EIA232 Control Port for local access or
dial backup
•
SNMP Support with DS-Series
Specifications:
POWER RECEPTACLES: RPC6-15 Four Nema 5-15R
receptacles, RPC6-20 Four Nema 5-20R receptacles
Circuit Breaker: 125V, 15/20 Amp
EIA-232 CONTROL PORT: Eight pin modular(RJ-45)
connector.
SECURITY: Password protection login procedure
LOGICAL NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle 1,...Outlet 4 for
receptacle 4. Programmable up to 8 characters per
receptacle.
ENVIRONMENT: Operating temperature range: 0 to 70°
C Storage temperature range: -40 to 80° C Humidity: 5
to 95% RH
DIMENSIONS: 16.73"w x 5.25"d x 1.72"h
INDICATORS: (1) Power LED, (2) 4 red receptacles
LEDs, (3) link integrity, (4) network activity and (5) cx
status.
MOUNTING: 19" rack-mount or desk top -- rack-mount
ears optional
WARRANTY: One year--parts & labor
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2.1.3.9 RPC6A-20 Remote Power Control
Features
Status Leds
RS-232 Control Port
20 Amp Input
20 Amp Output
Function: The RPC6 is designed for high current
applications such as large routers , switches or servers.
The RPC6 has four individually (relay) controlled AC
power receptacles that are easily controlled by sending
on, off or reboot commands via the unit's EIA-232 control
port.
Access: The RPC6’s EIA-232 port can be connected to
an external modem for dial-up access in the event the
network is down.
Control: The unit supports commands for receptacle
control, status, and configuration. Commands include:
on, off, reboot, config and status. The unit provides a
response to indicate the commands were acknowledged
and completed.
•
Individual inlet for each outlet
•
Multiple Username and Password
Support
•
Programmable Receptacle Names
•
4-220VAC Receptacles
•
US-20 Amps per receptacle
•
International-10 Amps per receptacle
•
Turn on/off Individual or All
Receptacles
•
Reboot Power For Individual or All
Receptacles
•
Any Inlet powers the units logic
•
EIA232 Control Port for local access or
dial backup
•
SNMP Support with DS-Series
Specifications:
POWER RECEPTACLES: RPC6A-20 Four IEC320 C19
receptacles
POWER INPUT: Four L6-20P non detachable power
cords 7ft’
Circuit Breaker: 220Vac, 20 Amp
EIA-232 CONTROL PORT: Eight pin modular(RJ-45)
connector.
SECURITY: Password protection login procedure
LOGICAL NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle 1,...Outlet 4 for
receptacle 4. Programmable up to 8 characters per
receptacle.
ENVIRONMENT: Operating temperature range: 0 to 70°
C Storage temperature range: -40 to 80° C Humidity: 5
to 95% RH
INDICATORS: (1) Power LED, (2) 4 red receptacles
LEDs, (3) link integrity, (4) network activity and (5) cx
status.
MOUNTING: 19" rack-mount or desk top -- rack-mount
ears optional
WARRANTY: One year--parts & labor
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2.1.3.10 RPC7 Vertical Mount Remote Power Control
Features
The above view is two units stacked with the front view on top
and the rear view on bottom. This is not one unit.
Function: Now you can know the current load for all
circuits in your data centers. The RPC7-20 reports TRUE
RMS AC Current for connected equipment. The overload
audible alarm sounds when the preset threshold is
exceeded.
•
Monitor AC TRUE RMS current
•
Warns of over-current conditions with
audible signal
•
20 amp total support, 15 amps per
receptacle
•
Twelve 115VAC receptacles
•
Control receptacles via an EIA-232 port or
Ethernet 10BaseT connection
•
Turn on/off individual or all receptacles
•
Toggle power on individual or all
receptacles
•
Circuit breaker trip status
•
Retains receptacle status after power loss
•
Receptacle logical names
Specifications:
Power Plug: 5-20P, Optional L5-20P (Twist Lock)
Power Receptacles: Twelve Nema 5-15R receptacles
Circuit Breaker: 120V 20Amp
EIA-232 Serial Port: One eight pin modular (RJ-45)
The RPC7-20 , with network access, provides the means connector.
Network Interface: Ethernet, 10BaseT LOGICAL
to turn On/Off, or reboot equipment connected through
NAME: Outlet 1 for receptacle 1, Outlet 2 for receptacle
the RPC. The RPC has twelve individually (relay)
2,…Outlet 12 for receptacle 12. Programmable up to 16
controlled AC power receptacles that are easily
characters per receptacle.
controlled by sending commands via Telnet, or via the
Operating Temperature Range: 0 to 40degrees
unit's EIA-232 control port
Storage Temperature Range: -40 to 80 degree
Humidity: 5 to 95% RH
With Multiple user support, customers who co-locate
DIMENSIONS: 1.75"w x 3.75.d x 44"h
servers or other equipment with other companies can
WEIGHT: 10lbs
provide power control to specific devices connected to
INDICATORS: Power receptacle status, CX connection
the RPC3.
status and diagnostics, RX & TX activity link
Access: The RPC7 supports Telnet via Ethernet or has MOUNTING: Vertical with mounting kit
an RS-232 ports for local access or us with and external Warranty: One year - parts & labor
modem for dial backup.
Control: The unit supports commands for both
receptacle control, status and configuration. Commands
include: on, off, reboot, config and status.
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2.1.3.11 RPC22 and RPC22A Remote Power Control
Power and Alarm
Indicators
Status LED indicate
the state of power to
the respective
receptacle.
Twelve fully
controllable
receptacles. Default is
on, in the event of a
unit failure these
receptacles fail on
RS-232 Control port for use with
BayTech’s DS-SERIES products or
any terminal server
20 Amp Input with RPC22
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Features
RPC-22 (20 amp 115 VAC)
RPC-22A (10 amp 230 VAC)
•
True RMS current, voltage and power monitoring.
•
Supports up to 12 per strip for co-location environments.
•
User Name and password authentication.
•
Individual or collective control of the receptacles.
•
Programmable unit ID and receptacle names.
•
Voltage monitoring feature (not available on RPC-22a)
Note: These units are vertically mounted units. The photos
shown depict them sideways for a better view of the unit itself.
Function: The RPC-22 remote power switch
provides the means to turn On/Off, or reboot
equipment connected through the RPC. The RPC
has twelve individually (relay) controlled AC
power receptacles.
The RPC22’s allow you to monitor current,
voltage, power and temperature. When used with
the DS-Series SNMP controller multiple RPC22’s
can report alarms based on preset threshold.
Access: The RPC-22's EIA-232 port can be
connected to the DS-Series SNMP controller, any
terminal server or external modem for dial-up
access.
Control: The unit supports commands for both
receptacle control, status and configuration.
Commands include: on, off, reboot, config and
status. The unit provides a response to indicate
the commands were acknowledged and
completed.
Power Plug: 5-20P, Optional L5-20P (Twist Lock)
Interface 9600 bps, EIA-232, eight-pin RJ45 connector.
Environment Operating temperature range is from 0 to
40 degrees Celsius. Storage temperature range is from 40 to 80 degrees Celsius. Humidity tolerance is from 5 to
95 percent RH.
Dimensions 1.75"w X 1.75"d X 56"h
Indicators Green power LED, green receptacle status
LED and red trip alarm LED
Mounting Vertical aligned on standard rack
Warranty One year on parts and labor
Specifics for 22:
Power Receptacles Twelve NEMA 5-15 receptacles
110V AC (+10%), 50/60 Hz, 20 Amps
Circuit Breaker 110V AC 20-Amps
Control The RPC-22A is controlled by simple
commands of ON, OFF and REBOOT. Access the units
internal menu through a serial connection either through
any of BayTech's DS Series data switches, or through
any terminal.
Specifics for 22A:
Power Receptacles Twelve IEC-320 receptacles 230V
AC (+10%), 50/60 Hz, 10-Amps
Circuit Breaker 230V AC 10-Amps
Control The RPC-22A is controlled by simple
commands of ON, OFF and REBOOT. Access the units
internal menu through a serial connection either through
any of BayTech's DS Series data switches, or through
any terminal.
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2.1.3.12 RPC27 and RPC28 Remote Power Control
Function: The RPC27 and RPC28 provide more
controllable receptacles then anything on the market.
Used with the DS-Series SNMP controller the RPC’s
provide receptacle level rebooting and on/off set
commands. SNMP traps can also be generated
based on preset current, voltage, power and
temperature thresholds.
To avoid overloading circuits unused receptacles
can be turned off.
Power and Alarm
Indicators
Status LED indicate
the state of power to
the respective
receptacle.
Access: The RPC’s have a RS-232 control port for
use with the DS-Series SNMP controller, any terminal
server or external modem.
One always-on
receptacle for use
with external
controller
Control: The RPC’s accept on, off, reboot
commands for the whole strip, multiple receptacles or
individual receptacles. Configuration is menu driven
for setting thresholds and user information and
receptacle names.
Twenty fully
controllable
receptacles. Default is
on, in the event of a
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
SNMP Support with DS-Series
controller
20 controllable Receptacles plus one
always on.
Reboot or Turn ON/OFF all
receptacles
True RMS current monitoring with
overload alarm buzzer and indicator
LED.
Up to 9 users plus administrator with
capability of assigning receptacles to
users.
User Name and password
authentication.
Individual or collective control of the
receptacles.
Programmable unit ID and receptacle
names.
Voltage monitoring feature
Temperature monitoring
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BayTech’s DS-SERIES products or
any terminal server
20 Amp Input with RPC27
30 Amp Input with RPC28
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2.1.3.13 RPS2 – Remote Power Sensor
Specifications
Function: The RPS2 is a dual side power
sensing unit. The input and output for the RPS2 is
20 Amp 115 VAC . The RPS2 measures and
Power Input: (2) Non detachable
reports :
Nema L5-20P
Power Output: (2)Nema L5-20R power
• True RMS Current
receptacles
Interface: RS-232 interface with RJ45 connector
• TrueRMS Voltage
Indicators: Power and status indicator LEDs
Mounting: Floor mount
• True Power in VA
Dimensions 8.25"w X 5"d X 2.59"h
• Teperature
Access: The communications interface for the
RPS2 is RS-232 serial. This interface can be used
with BayTech’s DS-Series SNMP Controller or
with any terminal server or modem.
Monitor: When used with the DS Series SNMP
controller the RPS2 will report SNMP traps based
on preset conditions for current, voltage, power
and temperature.
The DS Series can handle as many as 32
RPS2’s.
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2.2 Console Access
The DS Series can give network administrators console access to up to 32 devices, including routers, switches,
servers, CSU/DSUs, or BayTech's RPC series remote power management solutions.
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Use a single phone line to access all
RS-232 consoles
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Use a single Ethernet connection to
access all RS-232 consoles
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Have a user-friendly menu driven
interface to equipment
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Use a scalable solution for growth
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Access equipment consoles
independantly of the network
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Conserves IP addresses to power
management equipment
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Modular in design
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Field expadable
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Standard 19" rack mountable (23"
optional)
Build your own custom solution.
The DS-Series is modular in design with several chassis sizes. The modules installed determine how the unit is
accessed and how many RS-232 devices can be controlled.
Modules available include an Ethernet (Telnet) Host module, dial-up host module, RS-232 Host module and the 4
port RS-233 peripheral module.
Base Unit Selection
Base unit selection is determined by the number of modules needed, which in turn is determined by how many
devices are going to be controlled by it. For Dial-up and Ethernet console access in the same unit use the dual host
units. For more ports and only dial-up or local RS232, the single host units are recommended.
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2.2.1 The correct questions for product selection
How many current and future RS-232 devices will the customer connect?
The DS-Series is available in 5 different models. The model selected depends on how many RS-232 devices the
customer needs to connect and how the customer will access the unit. The table below explains the capabilities of
the 5 models. The DS74 module has four ports.
Model #
DS3IPS – Single Host Unit
DS6 – Single Host Unit
DS6D – Dual Host Unit
DS9IPS – Single Host Unit
DS9D – Dual Host Unit
Minimum RS232 Ports with
one DS74
4
4
4
4
4
Maximum
RS232 Ports
8 w/2 DS74’s
20 w/5 DS74’s
16 w/4 DS74’s
32 w/8 DS74’s
28 w/7 DS74’s
How will the customer access the unit?
Ethernet (Telnet), Dial-up, or local RS-232. The table below list the module part#’s needed for access.
Model#
Dual host units can
have two of the
following installed
DS72TP
DS71-MD3
DS71
Support
Ethernet (Telnet), RS-232
Port for local access or
use with external modem
for dail back-up
Internal 33.6kbps modem
and RS-232 port for local
access
RS-232 port for local
access or use with
external modem for dial
backup
What are the voltage requirements for the DS-Series unit?
The DS-Series are available in 115VAC, 220VAC and –48VDC. Power requirements should be specified at time of
order. 115VAC is standard, 220VAC and –48VDC are optional and cost more.
Voltage
220VAC
-48VDC
Ordering and Cost
Option4 – $30.00
Option1 – $80.00
How will the DS-Series be mounted?
The DS-Series ships with a 19” rackmount kit. 23” is available and should be specified at time of order.
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2.2.2 Sample Console Access Application
The DS-Series primary function is providing access to multiple RS-232 ports at a single location. The DS-Series
can also be used as an SNMP controller for multiple RPC’s
2.2.2.1 Console Access application / SNMP Controller Application
Synopsis: Customer needs In-band Telnet access
to 12 RS-232 ports.
Features: The DS-Series through a single IP
address provides access to 12 RS-232 devices.
These devices can range from servers to routers.
Menu Driven Interface: When the customer
Telnets to the DS-Series a numbered menu
appears with the device names connected to the
DS-Series. The names are programmable. Once
the customer is finished with a particular device the
menu is easily brought up and the customer can
either log off or select another device.
Username and Password: The host modules for
the DS-Series supports multiple user names and
passwords.
Additionally, usernames and passwords can be
assigned to individual ports. This allows users to
only see ports assigned to their username.
Expandable Solution: The model select in this
application allows the customer to expand by 8
more devices.
External Modem Support: The host module
selected for this application has a local RS-232
port for onsite access or use with an external
modem.
BayTech components:
(1) DS6
(1) DS72
(3) DS74’s
By adding 2 more DS74’s this unit can handle up to
20 RS-232 devices.
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2.2.3 DS-Series Models
2.2.3.1 Base Unit: DS3
Handles 8 RS-232 Ports
Power Input
Current Draw
Number of Module Slots
Number RS232 Devices
Supported
Host Modules Supported
Rack Space
Standard 115VAC
Optional 220VAC, -48VDC
800ma max
3
8 with 2-DS74's
1
1u 19" standard
23"optional
$159.00
2.2.3.2 Base Unit: DS6
Handles 20 RS-232 Ports
Power Input
Current Draw
Number of Module Slots
Number RS232 Devices
Supported
Host Modules Supported
Rack Space
115VAC
Optional /220VAC,-48VDC
800ma max
6
20 with 5-DS74's
1
1-1/2 u 19" standard
23"optional
$199.00
2.2.3.3 Base Unit: DS6D
Handles 16 RS-232 Ports
Power Input
115VAC
Optional 220VAC, -48VDC
Current Draw
Number of Module Slots
Number RS232 Devices
Supported
Host Modules Supported
Rack Space
1 amp max
6
16 with 4-DS74's
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2.2.3.4 Base Unit: DS9
Handles 32 RS-232 Ports
Power Input
Current Draw
Number of Module Slots
Number RS232 Devices
Supported
Host Modules Supported
Rack Space
115VAC
Optional 240VAC, 48VDC
800ma max
8
32 with 8-DS74's
1
2 u 19" standard
23"optional
$299.00
2.2.3.5 Base Unit: DS9D
Handles 28 RS-232 Ports
Power Input
Current Draw
Number of Module Slots
Number RS232 Devices
Supported
Host Modules Supported
Rack Space
115VAC
Optional 240VAC, 48VDC
1amp max
9
32 with 8-DS74's
2
2u 19" standard 23"
Optional
$350.00
2.2.3.6 Module: DS71
The DS71 host communication module provides an
RS-232 interface that controls user access to the DSSeries data switch base unit and all other installed DSSeries modules.
The DS71 is a system data controller that directs
operations between the base unit, system modules and
externally connected devices.
$199 .00
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2.2.3.7 Module: DS71 -MD3
The DS71-MD3 is a 33.6kbps modem interface for the
DS-Series product line. The DS71-MD3 has a menu
interface for easy programming and device selection.
The RS-232 port on the DS71-MD3 is used to access
equipment attached to the DS-Series while onsite, and
to program the features of the DS-Series.
The DS71-MD3 supports a time guard disconnect for
reliable binary transfers. It also has a programmable
disconnect timer for automatic disconnection when
there is no activity.
The DS71-MD3 has built-in lightning protection and a
ring detect reset circuit which will power reset the
modem if it fails to answer in 5-6 rings.
$395 .00
2.2.3.8 Module: DS72
The DS-72 network module provides an
Ethernet Telnet interface to the DS-Series. Through a
single IP address remote users can Telnet to the DSSeries and communicate with any of the RS-232
devices connected to the unit.
The DS-72 also has a local RS-232 port for
configuration and access as well as dial backup with
an external modem.
$350.00
2.2.3.9 Module: DS73
The DS73 network communication module supports
remote access to TCP/IP Ethernet networks by using
the DS-Series Data Switch with a modem module.
Remote users can dial into the DS-Series unit and
connect to network hosts from anywhere at anytime.
PPP Protocol
Remote workstations and PCs connect to the DS73
using a dial-up PPP session. This offers dial-up users
a low-cost IP network link suitable for remote access to
the network
$395.00
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2.2.3.10 Module: DS74
Four Ports Per Module
The DS74 peripheral communication module expands
the DS-Series host module peripheral communications
to 4 individual channels per module.
User Interface/Configuration
The DS74 has four EIA-232 ports, which use eight pin
modular connectors. Using a host communications
module you can select serial configuration for baud
rate, word size, stop bits and parity for each port of the
DS74.
$99.00
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2.3 Console Access and Power Control in one unit
With the rich feature set of our RPC and DS Series in one easily installable unit, full control of your remote site is
easier than ever.
The modular design of the data switch side allows for customizable configuration that will suit your individual needs.
If you need to gain console access to your equipment via modem, local RS232, Ethernet or any combination of the
three, there is a solution for you.
The four fully controllable receptacles on the RPC side allow total control of the power flow to your equipment. Turn
on, turn off, or reboot any device plugged into it from anywhere in the world.
A user-friendly menu driven interface gives you the ability to manage receptacles, gain console access to your
equipment, and perform all of the administrative functions available in the unit.
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Console access and power management in
one unit
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Modular design for easy customization
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Network access via TCP/IP (TELNET)
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Dial-up Access with Internal Modem
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EIA232 control port for onsite access
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Turn on/off individual or all receptacles
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Reboot power for individual or all
receptacles
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Programmable receptacle names
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Secure password protection
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LED receptacle indicators
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115 VAC 15 amp and 240 VAC 10 amp
options
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19" or 23” rack mount
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2.3.1 The correct questions for product selection
The DS-RPC has 4 power receptacles and is rated at 15amps; some of the models provide access to more than
four consoles. To expand the power receptacles your customer will need to use a product like the RPC4.
How many current and future RS-232 devices will the customer connect?
The DS-RPC is available in 3 different models. The model selected depends on how many RS-232 devices the
customer needs to connect and how the customer will access the unit. The table below explains the capabilities of
the 3 models. The DS74 module has four ports.
Model #
DS2-RPC– Single Host Unit
DS4-RPC– Single Host Unit
DS4D-RPC – Dual Host Unit
Minimum RS232 Ports with
one DS74
4
4
4
Maximum
RS232 Ports
4 w/2 DS74’s
12 w/3 DS74’s
8 w/2 DS74’s
How will the customer access the unit?
Ethernet (Telnet), Dial-up, or local RS-232. The table below list the module part#’s needed for access.
Model#
Dual host units can
have two of the
following installed
DS72TP
DS71-MD3
DS71
Support
Ethernet (Telnet), RS-232
Port for local access or
use with external modem
for dail back-up
Internal 33.6kbps modem
and RS-232 port for local
access
RS-232 port for local
access or use with
external modem for dial
backup
How will the DS-Series be mounted?
The DS-Series ships with a 19” rackmount kit. 23” is available and should be specified at time of order.
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2.3.2 Sample Application using the DS-RPC
Synopsis: Customer needs In-Band console
access and power control of equipment at a
remote branch.
Features: The DS-RPC provides both functions
in one unit. The model selected for this
application provides four RS-232 consoles and
four power receptacles, which are accessed in
controlled through a Telnet connection.
Additionally, the network interface module has a
RS-232 port for onsite access or use with an
external modem for dial backup.
Menu Driven Interface: When the customer
Telnets to the DS-Series a numbered menu
appears with the device names connected to the
DS-Series. The names are programmable. Once
the customer is finished with a particular device
the menu is easily brought up and the customer
can either log off or select another device.
Username and Password: The host modules for
the DS-Series support multiple user names and
passwords. Additionally, usernames and
passwords can be assigned to individual ports.
This allows users to only see ports assigned to
their username.
BayTech components:
(1) 1-DS2-RPC
(2) 1-DS72
(3) 1-DS74
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2.3.3 DS-RPC Models
2.3.3.1 Base Unit: DS2-RPC
The DS2-RPC has 2 module slots and 4
power receptacles.(supports up to 4 RS-232
devices)
$295.00
2.3.3.2 Base Unit: DS4-RPC
The DS4-RPC has 4 module slots and 4 power
receptacles. (Supports up to 12 RS-232 devices)
$350.00
2.3.3.3 Base Unit: DS4D-RPC
The DS4D-RPC has 4 module slots and 4
power receptacles, it also supports two
host modules.
(supports up to 8 RS-232 devices)
$375.00
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3.0 PDU – Power Distribution Units
3.0.1 PDU-20 20 Amp Power Distribution Unit
Features
Function:
The PDU-20 is a rack mountable power distribution
unit designed for simple AC power distribution. The
maximum load for the PDU-20 is 20 amps across its 10
receptacles. PC board design adds greatly to the PDU20’s reliability by eliminating wire/solder connections.
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Complete PC board
distribution
eliminates wires
coming loose from
receptacles
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20 amp max load
with L520 twistlock
plug
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10 Nema 5-15R
receptacles
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20 Amp resettable
breaker
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Power LED
indicator
Specifications
Power Plug: 5-20P, Optional L5-20P (Twist Lock)
Power Receptacles Twelve NEMA 5-15 receptacles
110V AC (+10%), 50/60 Hz, 20 Amps
Circuit Breaker 20 amp resettable breaker
Environment Operating temperature range is from 0 to
40 degrees Celsius. Storage temperature range is from 40 to 80 degrees Celsius. Humidity tolerance is from 5 to
95 percent RH.
Dimensions 16.75"w X 1.75"d X 1.75"h
Indicators Red power indicator LED
Mounting Standard rack mount
Warranty One year on parts and labor
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4.0 TESTING LIVE UNITS
We have installed several live units for testing. These
units are installed in our corporate headquarters and
can be reached from anywhere and anytime.
Below is a picture of the demo units installed as
they are in our facility. Click on a unit to visit its
home page.
Feel free to use this as a learning tool –or- to show
potential customer while you are presenting BayTech
solutions.
This has proven to be an invaluable tool.
This document provides the instructions necessary to
demonstrate BayTech’s RPC power control units, DSSeries data switch and M-Series DAC. Specifically,
these instructions are broken down into five groups:
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4.1 Instructions for connecting to the DS3-IPS via the Internet and
controlling the RPC27-20NC
In this exercise you will connect via the Internet to the DS3IPS. There are two RPC27’s
connected to the DS3-IPS. When you are finished you will have experienced the DS-Series
interface as well as the RPC27’s. You will also learn how to reboot all or individual receptacles
on an RPC27.
Possible live application: You have an email server in a remote location which is locked. You need to
reboot it
What you will need: Any Telnet software (client) should work. Windows supplies a Telnet client with 95,98,NT and
ME. To access this go to the START menu, click RUN. It should look like:
A. Type [TELNET 209.205.132.26] and hit enter, if you made it through you firewall you will see the following:
B. The username is “admin”, type this and hit enter. You should see the following:
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C. From this menu you can see the various RPC27’s. Type “1” and hit enter. You should see this:
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D. The username is “admin” the password is “bta”, enter these at the appropriate prompt an hit enter. You
should see the following:
DISCUSSION: Before proceeding lets discuss what you see in the screen.
1. Average Power, Apparent Power, True RMS Voltage, True RMS Current, Maximum
detected, Internal Temperature: All of the listed items are measured continuously and
reported when you display the screen. If you use the DS-Series SNMP controller these
items are reported when they exceed the specified threshold.
2. Outlet Circuit Breaker: This is reported “Good” when the breaker is okay, it would be
reported “Fail” if the breaker tripped. The logic of the RPC27 is fused so it will still be alive
even when the breaker trips.
3. 1)…EMAIL SERVER : This is the server causing problems, notice you can individually
name all outlets.
4. Locked: The RPC27 provides the option to lock individual receptacles, this is important if
there is equipment that should never be rebooted or turned off.
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E. The task is now to reboot the locked “EMAIL SERVER” . From the RPC-27> command
prompt type [reboot 1] and hit enter. You should see the following screen:
F. Type “y” and hit enter. You do have the option to disable this confirmation.
G. The “EMAIL SERVER” will be rebooted and the menu will reappear.
H. Type five semicolons in a row to get back to the main menu, type “T” and hit enter to log
off the unit.
NOTE: The five semicolons are the attention string for the unit.
Summary: Simply, by being able to perform the above task you have the ability to reboot
equipment from anywhere, anytime.
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4.2 Instructions for using the DS-RPC via the internet
In this exercise you will connect via the internet to the DS2RPC. This unit has 4 RS-232 ports for console access,
and 4 power receptacles for rebooting the equipment attached to the RS232 ports. When you are finished you will
have send how to access and control the DS-RPC.
Possible application: I am a bank and have 220 branch offices, I just did a software update and three of the routers
locked, I need to reprogram and reboot these routers.
What you will need: Any Telnet software (client) should work. Windows supplies a Telnet client with 95,98,NT and
ME. To access this go to the START menu, click RUN. It should look like:
A. Type [TELNET 209.205.132.25] and hit enter, if you made it through you firewall you will see the
following:
NOTE: This unit does not have a password assigned.
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B. The menu indicates the Router is on port 3 of the four RS232 ports. There is not a live router on this
port. There is a loop back connecter, which allows you to see your keystrokes. Select option 3 of the
menu and hit enter. You should see the following after you type a few characters.
DISCUSSION: You are in full duplex communications with port 3, if this was a live device you would be
able to do remotely what you could do onsite through this console port.
To get back to the main menu you will type five semicolons. The main menu will appear.
C. Now we want to reboot the router. Menu option 5 provides access to the power control section of
the DS2RPC. Select this option and hit enter. You should see the following:
D. Type [reboot 3] hit enter, answer “y” to the question. Your router is rebooted.
E. Type five semicolons to get back to the main menu, hit ‘t’ and enter to logout.
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NOTE: The five semicolons are the attention string for the unit.
Summary: In most cases you would have reselected the routers console port to watch it reboot. Simply, by being
able to perform the above task you have the ability, through a single product’ access the console port of 4 devices
and reboot those 4 devices. This can be done from anywhere, anytime.
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4.3 Instructions for connecting to the RPC3 via the internet.
Possible Application(s): You have collocated servers in a internet data center, one of the servers is locked. You
need to reboot it. You also need to add another server but think you might exceed your circuits capacity. You need
to know how much current you are drawing on that circuit.
Important: the RPC3 with multiple user name and password support is geared toward customers who co-locate
equipment with other companies. The idea behind the multiple user and password is to provide multi-company
support within a single RPC3.
RPC3 Username and Password Table (with assigned receptacles)
User Name
Password
Assigned Receptacles
company1
cp1
1
company2
cp2
2
company3
cp3
3
company4
cp4
4
sysop
sysop
5,6,7,8
admin
BTA
Full Access
Note: When logging in as anyone other than the “admin” you will be directed straight to the outlet control menu with
your assigned receptacles. The admin will have the entire menu for configuration purposes.
What you will need: Any Telnet software (client) should work. Windows supplies a Telnet client with 95,98,NT and
ME. To access this go to the START menu, click RUN. It should look like:
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A. Type [TELNET 209.205.132.23] and hit enter, if you made it through you firewall you will see the following:
B. You are “company1” , your username is “company1” and your password is “cp1” . Type these at the
appropriate prompt. You should see the following screen:
Discussion: Since you only have one receptacle assigned, only one is shown. You will also notice the “True
RMS current” reading. In a live situation this would show the current draw of the attached equipment.
C. The task is now to remote “YOURSERVER”. From the RPC-3> prompt type [reboot 1] , hit “y” to the “are
you sure questions”, your server is rebooted.
D. Type [logout] and hit enter to end the session.
4.3 Instructions for using the M6-DAC via the Internet
In this exercise you will connect via the Internet to the M6-DAC. This unit has 8 RS232 ports for console access expandable up
to 20 RS232 ports. One of the important things to note with the M series, is it’s ability to have concurrent sessions.
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What you will need: Any Telnet software (client) should work. Windows supplies a Telnet client with 95,98,NT, and ME. To
access this, go to the START menu, and click RUN. It should look like this
A.
Type [Telnet 209.205.132.21] and hit enter, if you made it through the firewall you will see the following:
B. When prompted, type “BTA" and hit enter (this is case sensitive)
The V72TP’s main menu you will appear.
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Note: All Ports are labeled with the corresponding equipment that is connected, but you can look at the following chart to help
see which serial ports connect to which device.
M Series V75 (module slot 1)
Serial Port 1
Serial Port on the DS71-MD3 module in the DS4D-RPC
Serial Port 2
Serial Port on the DS72 module in the DS4D-RPC
Serial Port 3
Serial Port on the DS72 module in the DS2-RPC
Serial Port 4
Serial Port on the DS72 module in the DS3-IPS
M Series V74 (module slot 2)
Serial Port 1
Serial Port on the RPC-2
Serial Port 2
Serial Port on the RPC5-15
Serial Port 3
Serial Port on the RPC3-15
Serial Port 4
Serial Port on the RPC4-15
A.
This menu shows all of the pieces of Bay Tech equipment that are housed in this rack. By selecting any one of the
eight ports, you can access that piece of equipment. Lets connect to the RPC4-15. Type 8 and hit enter.
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B.
You are now in the RPC4-15 menu. We can now issue a command that will reboot all 8 outlets on the unit. Type
“reboot” at the prompt.
C.
Type “y” and hit enter. All of the outlets will be rebooted. You can watch the timer count down from 10 as they are
turned off, then back on.
D.
Type five colons (:) in a row to return to the M6 main menu
NOTE: The five colons are the attention string for the unit.
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4.4 Instructions for connecting to the RPC5-15 via the Internet
In this exercise you will connect to the RPC5-15 via the Internet. With its 4 input receptacles and 4 output receptacles (each
rated at 15 AMPs) you have more power per outlet capability. Each outlet is also equipped with its own circuit breaker.
What you will need: Any Telnet software (client) should work. Windows supplies a Telnet client with 95,98,NT, and ME. To
access this, go to the START menu, and click RUN. It should look like this
A.
Type [Telnet 209.205.132.21] and hit enter, if you made it through the firewall you will see the following:
Note: Users have the ability to set username and passwords for the RPC5-15, but there is not one set at this time.
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B.
By typing 1 at the selection prompt. You will be brought to the Outlet Control screen.
What you see: From this screen you can see a number of things, the Internal Temperature, each outlet, the power status of
each outlet, and the status of the circuit breaker.
C.
From here you now have the ability to control outlets. Type “help” at the prompt, you can see all the options.
D.
Hit enter again to exit the help menu.
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E.
When you want to check the temperature of the unit, you can type “TEMP” at the RPC5 prompt, and it would show you
the current ambient temperature of the entire unit.
This unit shows an ambient temperature of 30.0 C
F.
In this same menu you can type either turn on, off or reboot any or all of the four receptacles. Type “reboot” and hit
enter.
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G. The unit will prompt you to confirm that you want to reboot. Type “y” and hit enter.
H.
When you are finished, you can type “logout” to close out the telnet session.
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4.5 Instructions for connecting to the RPC2 via the Internet
through the M6.
What you will need: Any Telnet software (client) should work. Windows supplies a Telnet client with 95,98,NT, and ME. To
access this, go to the START menu, and click RUN. It should look like this
A.
Type [Telnet 209.205.132.21] and hit enter, if you made it through the firewall you will see the following:
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B. When prompted, type “BTA" and hit enter (this is case sensitive)
The V72TP’s main menu you will appear.
Note: All Ports are labeled with the corresponding equipment that is connected, but you can look at the following chart to help
see which serial ports connect to which device.
M Series V75 (module slot 1)
Serial Port 1
Serial Port on the DS71-MD3 module in the DS4D-RPC
Serial Port 2
Serial Port on the DS72 module in the DS4D-RPC
Serial Port 3
Serial Port on the DS72 module in the DS2-RPC
Serial Port 4
Serial Port on the DS72 module in the DS3-IPS
M Series V74 (module slot 2)
Serial Port 1
Serial Port on the RPC-2
Serial Port 2
Serial Port on the RPC5-15
Serial Port 3
Serial Port on the RPC3-15
Serial Port 4
Serial Port on the RPC4-15
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E.
This menu shows all of the pieces of Bay Tech equipment that are housed in this rack. By selecting any one of the
eight ports, you can access that piece of equipment. Lets connect to the RPC2. Type 5 and hit enter. Hit enter again
and you will see this menu:
F.
Now you see the main menu screen of the RPC2. From here you have the ability to issue on, off and reboot commands
to and or all of the 6 receptacles. Lets try rebooting the server on receptacle 4. Type “reboot 4” and hit enter
G. You’ll see that there is no confirmation for this process and as soon as you hit enter it will reboot receptacle 4.
H.
To return to the main menu of the M6 that you connected to in beginning, you can type 5 semicolons (;) and it will send
you back.
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Summary: You noticed on the chart there are several usernames and passwords assigned to this unit. You
can go back and try any of these. The current reading tells you whether or not you can install more equipment
on this RPC3.
4.6 BayTech Demo Connections Chart
Use the BayTech Demo Connections Chart below as a reference when connecting to the units. The chart is divided
into five columns:
•
Unit/Module: The Demo Units available. DS and M Series units are listed with thier modules. The RPC
units are listed with thier respective host ports. IP addresses and or phone numbers are listed for TELNET
or dial-up connections.
•
Connected To: The device the peripheral module DS and M Series) or RS232 host (RPC Series) is
connected to. This could be an RPC or a module in either a DS or M Series unit.
•
Strip (RPC 27): The RPC 27 that the unit is plugged into. There are 2 RPC 27 strips hanging rack side of
the demo units.
•
Receptacle: The receptacle on the RPC 27 that the unit is plugged into.
•
Misc Information: Miscellaneous Information about the product
Unit / Module
Connected To
Strip (RPC27) Receptacle Misc. Information
Console Port 4 V75
1
13
Changed attention character to
(commas),
1
12
Changed attention character to
(quotation marks)”
1
11
Changed attention character to
(colons):
Port 4 V74
2
14
Port 3 V74
2
13
Port 2 V74
2
12
DS3
DS72 SNMP IP:(209.205.132.26)
DS74
1. RPC27-20NC
Console from Port 1
DS74
2. RPC27-20NC
Console from Port 2
DS74
Empty
DS2-RPC
DS72 IP: (209.205.132.25) ·
Console Port 3 V75
DS74: No Connection
DS4D-RPC
DS71-MD3: No Connection
DS72 IP: (209.205.132.24) ·
Serial Port 2 on V75
DS74:No Connection
Empty
RPC4-15
Onboard serial host
RPC3-15
Onboard serial host
Ethernet Port IP: (209.205.132.23)
RPC-5
Onboard serial host
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Ethernet Port IP: (209.205.132.22)
RPC-2
Onboard serial host
Port 1 V74
2
11
2
10
M6
V71: No Connection
V72TP IP: (209.205.132.21)
Attention Character is the (semicolons);
V93 Phone: (228) 467-4384
V75
1. DS71-MD3
DS4D-RPC
2. DS72 (209.205.132.24)
DS4D-RPC
3. DS72 (209.205.132.25)
4. DS72 SNMP(209.205.132.26)
DS2-RPC
DS3-IPS
V74
1. RPC2
Port 1 V74
2. RPC5
Port 2 V74
3. RPC3-15
Port 3 V74
4. RPC4-15
Port 4 V74
Empty
RPC27-20NC
Onboard serial host
Console Port 2 DS74 N/A
on DS3-IPS
wall
Console Port 2 DS74 N/A
on DS3-IPS
wall
RPC27-20NC
Onboard serial host
Ethernet Hub
1. V72 (209.205.132.21)
1
10
2. RPC5 (209.205.132.22)
3. RPC3 (209.205.132.23)
4. DS72 (209.205.132.24)
5. DS72 (209.205.132.25)
6. DS72 SNMP
(209.205.132.26)
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