Version 2.2
USER’S
GUIDE
Power Distribution Unit
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Table of Content
Preface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
About this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Copyright Informa on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safety Instruc ons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Safety No ces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Introduc on the POWERTEK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Hardware Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Status LCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Ge ng Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Rack Moun ng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Making Connec ons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Connec ng Input Power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connec ng Output Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Connec ng EMD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Connec ng the Console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Connec ng to a LAN/WAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using LCM opera onal bu ons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Daisy Chaining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Using the (RCM) Residual Current Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Using the Console Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Using HyperTerminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Naviga ng through the Console Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Using the Web Interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Summary Overview-System Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Summary Overview-Alarm List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Summary Overview-Network Connec on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Power Management-Outlet Grouping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Power Management-Outlet Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Power Management-Inlet Configura on. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
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Table of Content
Power Management-Environment Monitoring .
Power Management-Schedule . . . . . . . . .
Network-TCP/IP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Management-Accessible IP Se ng. .
Network Management-Security . . . . . . . .
Network Management-Network Service . . . .
Network Management-SNMP Se ng . . . . .
Network Management-SNMP Trap Se ng . .
Se ngs-General Se ng . . . . . . . . . . . .
Se ngs-Change Password . . . . . . . . . . .
Se ngs-Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Se ngs-Import/Export . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Se ngs-Radius User . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Se ngs-Local User . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Log and No fica on-System Log . . . . . . . .
Log and No fica on-Event Log . . . . . . . . .
Se ngs-Configure SMTP Server . . . . . . . .
Se ngs-Email No fica on Se ng . . . . . . .
Log and No fica on-Inlet History Log . . . . .
Log-Outlet History Log . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Preface
About this Manual
Congratula ons to purchase a POWERTEK PDU. This user manual provides
detailed descrip ons of the hardware components and how to use the
product. Read this manual carefully and follow the instruc ons before install.
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Copyright Informa on
No part of this manual, including the products and so ware described in it,
may be reproduced, transmi ed, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or
translated into any language in any form or by any means, except
documenta on kept by the purchasers for backup purposes, without the
express wri en permission of the manufacturer.
Products and corporate names appearing in this manual may or may not be
registered trademarks or copyrights of their respec ve companies, and are
used only for iden fica on or explana on and to the owners' benefit,
without intent to infringe. All trademarks are the property of their respec ve
owners.
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Preface
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Safety Instruc ons
Follow these safety instruc ons to avoid injury to self and damage to the
POWERTEK PDU.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, install the unit in a temperaturecontrolled indoor area free of conduc ve contaminants. Do not place the
unit near liquids or in an excessively humid environment.
• Do not allow liquids or foreign objects to enter the unit.
• The unit does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Do not open the unit.
• Servicing, maintenance, and repair for this equipment must be performed
by qualified service personnel. Remove rings, watches and other jewelry
before servicing the unit.
• Before maintenance, repair or shipment, the unit must be completely
switched off and unplugged and all connec ons must be removed.
• Before plugging in the power cord of the device, make sure that the power
source ra ng matches the power rated indicated on the product labels.
• Use a harmonized and cer fied power cord when connect any device to
the outlets.
• The digital output only can connect switches, indicators, or other output
devices that are normally open or normally closed.
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Safety No ces
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Cau on:
This unit has been provided with a real me clock circuit.
There is a danger of explosion if the ba ery is incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with a 3V Lithium cell (CR1220) or
equivalent type. Discard used ba eries according to the
manufacturer's instruc ons.
Cau on:
Rack-Mounted Equipment – The unit is intended to be rackmounted, the Installa on Instruc ons shall contain wording
to address the following concerns when the unit is mounted
in a rack system.
A. “The equipment is to be installed in an environment with
maximum ambient temperature must not exceed 60°C.”
B. “The openings on the enclosure are for air convec on
hence protected the equipment from overhea ng. DO
NOT COVER THE OPENINGS.”
C. “Lay this equipment on a reliable surface when install. A
drop or fall could cause injury.”
D. “The equipment shall be installed according to
specifica on as nameplate. Make sure the voltage of the
power source when connect the equipment to the
power outlet. The current of load and output power of
loads shall be not over the specifica on.”
E. “This equipment must be connected to the reliable earth
before using.”
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Introduction the POWERTEK
The POWERTEK PDU, is an intelligent power strip designed to measure the
input and individual outlet current consump on and auto email history
report to supervisor for power bill charge. At the same me, provides the
useful ability of managing power for any combina on of network equipment
connected to it. User can control the power on/off for any device connected
to the PDU remotely, using a console or Ethernet connec ons.
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It's also equipped with a console port for connecing an EMD (Environmental
Monitoring Device) for sensing temperature and humidity along with two
alarms that can be ac vated when either of the sensors shows unusual
values.
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Features
• To calculate the power consump on on hourly basis, and have an
accumula on of daily
• Provide detail data-logging for sta s cal analysis and diagnos c then auto
email daily history report
• Daisy-chaining can cascade up 4 power strips
• Sequen al power-up on the outlets / Allows users to configure the
sequence in which power is turned on or off for each outlet
• Intelligently turn on/off devices based on event occurrence or planned
schedule
• Event no fica on by pop-up/Sending Trap or E-Mail for events no fica on
• Upto 42 power outlets that can be turned on or off in mul ple ways, with
easy monitoring of current consump on
• Set over-current watchdog for each outlet (Threshold se ngs for overcurrent warnings and alerts)
• Versa le sensors supported through EMD (Environmental Monitoring
Device) inputs
• Comprehensive power management and flexible configura on through
web browser, NMS, Telnet, SNMP V1,2,3 , or HyperTerminal (console)
• Support Secure Socket Layer V3 and Secure Shell V2 protocols
• Administrator and mul ple users with password protec on for doublelayer security
• Address-specific IP security masks to prevent unauthorized access
• User-friendly interface to display input and output status
• Upgrade u lity for easy firmware upgrade
• Models available in 240V and 380V
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Introduction the POWERTEK
Package Contents
Make sure the POWERTEK PDU package has the following items. If any of
items is missing or damaged, contact your nearest service center or vendor.
POWERTEK PDU
IPFIX001 (x2)
IPFIX002 (x2)
IPFIX003 (x2)
Screws (x6)
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Hardware Components
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The following sec ons provide descrip ons about the front panel
components and how to use them.
Component
Descrip on
1.
Inlet
Power lead to be connected to the
Data Centre power cource
2.
Breaker
Prevent excessive current flow
to protect the system
3.
Status LCD
Display input and output voltage
4.
Moun ng Op ons
Different choice of moun ng op ons
Status LCD
The front panel of the POWERTEK PDU has LCD that
provide informa on about the input and output power
status. It shows the data of 2 outlets in one page. Using
Select bu on to switch to previous / next page.
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Getting Started
This sec on provides informa on about se ng up the POWERTEK PDU,
connec ng power, and connec ng devices to it before users start using it for
power management. Read this sec on carefully to learn how to connect
various devices to the POWERTEK PDU.
Rack Moun ng
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The POWERTEK PDU can be installed in most
standard racks. A er a aching the ears to each
side of the device, posi on the device in the
rack and align the holes in the ears (moun ng
brackets) with the hole in the rack.
IPIX001
IPIX002
IPIX003
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Making Connec ons
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The POWERTEK PDU is a versa le product that can be connected to several
different types of input and output devices. This makes it a useful tool for
connec ng devices to it and controlling their power on/off status through its
user interface.
Also can be a ached to different no. of output devices whose power status
can be controlled remotely. It also supports an EMD (Environmental
Monitoring Device) connec ng with sensors for detec ng environmental
condi ons as well as digital outputs for enabling devices with normally open
or normally close condi ons. Moreover, it supports a serial port (console) and
Ethernet (LAN/WAN) connec on that lets users control the PDU outputs
remotely.
Daisy Chain
USB
IN
Network
Enviroment
EMD
OUT
Reset
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Getting Started
The following procedure describes the basic steps needed to set up the
POWERTEK PDU:
1. To set up the hardware, connect power to the power inlet and output
devices to the power outlets. Connect devices with normally open or
normally close condi ons to the digital output ports, and an EMD to the
console port.
2. To configure the Power Strip, users can use the console or LAN port.
Connect the device to a console and a LAN to enable its configura on
through the console or browser menu.
3. A er connec ng to a console, use a console applica on such as Telnet or
HyperTerminal to access the console menu. Select the TCP/IP submenu
under the Network Management to set up the IP address and select the
General Se ng submenu under the System Management to set up the
system date/ me. This IP address will be used while accessing the web
interface to configure the POWERTEK PDU parameters.
4. A er connec ng to LAN, open a browser from a PC in the network and use
the POWERTEK's IP address specified through the console menu to open
the web interface for system configura on.
The following sec ons provide instruc ons about how to make various
connec ons.
Connec ng Input Power
The POWERTEK PDU has different IEC
309 power inlets for supplying and
managing power for the output devices.
For each inlet, connect the power cord to
the power inlet and plug the other end
into a power outlet as shown:
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Connec ng Output Devices
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The Power strips can have different number of outlets for connec ng devices
such as worksta ons, servers, and printers. Their power on/off status can be
controlled remotely through the LAN and Console ports. Connect the power
connectors of the devices to each of the power outlets through L with the
power cords supplied with the devices as shown:
The POWERTEK PDUs are available in the following sockets:
220V/10A: IEC 320 C13, IEC 320 C13 (Lock), SEV T13
220V/13A: UK BS1363
220V/15A: AS/NZS 3112
220V/16A: SCHUKO, UTE, IEC 320 C19, IEC 320 C13 (Lock), SEV T23
125V/15A: NEMA 5-15P
125V/20A: NEMA5-20P
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Connec ng EMD
An Environmental Monitoring Device (EMD) that is connected to sensors for
detec ng temperature, humidity, and two digital inputs can be connected to
the POWERTEK PDU with the console port. The EMD can also be connected
to alarms or indicators and controlled through the web browser.
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1. Connect the EMD to the console port as shown:
A er connec ng to EMD, open a browser from a PC in the network and
enable environmental sensor, then the temperature and humidity status is
automa cally displayed on the System Overview page.
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Connec ng the Console
Users can control the output devices and manage the power status through
mini USB port with a PC.
Refer to on page 21 to learn how to use the console with a console applica on
such as HyperTerminal or Telnet.
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Connec ng to a LAN/WAN
The POWERTEK PDU has an RJ-45 LAN connec on that enables users to
monitor and manage the power outlets over the network. The POWERTEK
PDU has a graphic user interface that allows users to control the device
through a web browser. Connect the device to a free port on the router using
an Ethernet cable as shown. Users can control the device from PC, laptop,
mobile phone, or PDA which is connected to the router network. Refer to
page 22 for details about how to control the POWERTEK PDU through the
web.
Daisy Chain
USB
IN
Network
Enviroment
EMD
OUT
Reset
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Using LCM opera onal bu ons:
The following sec ons describe the LCM func onal opera on of the PDU.
Front View
Daisy Chain
USB
IN
Network
Enviroment
EMD
OUT
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Reset
The PDU has four bu on to launch par cular applica ons and display the on-screen.
No. Icon Bu on
Descrip on
Down Press the Down bu on to navigate through the menu op ons.
Up
Press the Up bu on to navigate through the menu op ons.
Set
Press the Set bu on to access the menu op ons and confirm user selec on.
ESC Press the ESC bu on to cancel any configura on or leave to up menu.
There are two kinds of LCM opera on screen for the single and three phase as
shown following.
User can configure the LCM Direc on, Daisy Chain, RS485 Terminal Resistor, Inlet
Energy, Outlet On/Off of this PDU from this LCM. Regarding to turn on/off outlet, if
this PDU has support network func on, user can set the whole outlet configura on
from Outlet Control webpage. The Outlet Control page displays.
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Main Menu Screen
of Single Phase PDU
Main Menu Screen
of Three Phase PDU
IP:
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
IP:
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
Input:
XXX.XV
Input:
L1: XXX.X V
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LCM Direc on Screen
Daisy Chain Screen
LCM Direction
LCM Direction
Daisy Chain:
Daisy Chain:
XX
Setting: XX
Master 01
Setting :
Master 01
RS485 Terminal Resistor Screen
RS485 Terminal
Resistor: XXX
RS485 Terminal
Resistor: XXX
Inlet Screen
Inlet:
XX.XX/XX.XX A
XXX.X V
XXXX.X/XXXX.X W
Inlet Info.
Version:
Vx.XXX
Type: X-Phase
XX/XX A
Total Power Screen
Total Power:
XXXXX.X W
Total Energy:
XXXXX.X kwh
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Clear Inlet Energy Screen
Clear Outlet Energy Screen
Clear All the
Inlet Energy:
Clear All the
Inlet Energy:
Clear All the
Outlet Energy:
Clear All the
Outlet Energy:
XXXX.X
XXXX.X
XXXX.X
XXXX.X
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Save Energy
Save Energy:
Save Energy:
XX
XX
Control All the Outlet Screen
Control All the
Outlet: XX
Control All the
Outlet: XX
Outlet ON/OFF Screen
Outlet 01 & 02:
XX.XX/XX.XX A
XXX.X V
XXXX.X/XXXX.X W
Outlet 01& 02:
Relay 01: XX
Relay 01: XX
Version:
Vx.XXX
Relay 02: XX
Relay 02: XX
Outlet n & n+1:
XX.XX/XX.XX A
XXX.X V
XXXX.X/XXXX.X W
Outlet n&n+1:
Relay n: XX
Relay 01: XX
Version:
Vx.XXX
Relay n+1: XX
Relay 02: XX
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2. For each POWERTEK PDU that you add to the
chain, use Network cables to connect it to the parent
POWERTEK's Daisy-Chain Port. If there are 4
POWERTEK PDU named A, B, C and D. The output
Daisy-Chain port of PDUA is connected to input
Daisy-Chain port of PDU B, the output Daisy-Chain
port of PDU B is connected to input Daisy-Chain port
of PDU C and the output Daisy-Chain port of PDU C is
connected to input Daisy-Chain port of PDU D to form
a linear structure as illustrated in the following figure.
Daisy-chain
Daisy Chain:
Master 01
Daisy Chain:
Master 01
Daisy Chain:
Master 01
Slave 01
Slave 02
Slave 03
Choose Master
or Slave PDU
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Using the (RCM) Residual Current
Monitoring:
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When residual current device is triggered, besides
LCM keep flashing will display the “WARNING”
signal as shown following.
User can set the related se ng of residual current from Inlet Configura on
webpage as shown following.
1. Alarm threshold se ng range for 3mA to 50mA, Threshold default se ng
is 20mA, when residual current greater than or equal to threshold value,
alarm is trigger.
2. When DC residual current greater than or equal to 5mA, alarm is trigger.
3. When AC residual current greater than or equal to 20mA, alarm is trigger.
4. When alarm threshold value se ng less than or equal to 5mA, If DC
residual current or AC residual are ac ve, alarm is trigger.
5. When alarm threshold value se ng less than or equal to 20mA, If AC
residual current is ac ve, alarm is trigger and DC residual current will be
ignore.
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Using the Console Menu
The POWERTEK PDU is provided with a mini USB port that enables users to
configure and control the system through PC's USB port (Need to install
driver). Use the USB cable to connect the console port to PC's USB port as
described in on page . This sec on describes how to use a console applica on
to control the device and configure its se ngs such as its IP address, outlet
control parameters, access control table, and trap receivers table.
Using HyperTerminal
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HyperTerminal is a console applica on in Windows that enables users to
configure or control a device through command line parameters. Users can
configure the device parameters and its outlets through simple numerical
commands from PC keyboard. Users can also use Telnet or any other console
applica on for controlling the device in a similar manner.
Follow these steps to start HyperTerminal and communicate with the device:
1. To start HyperTerminal, click Start, Programs, Accessories,
Communica ons, and HyperTerminal from the Windows Start bu on.
2. A New Connec on opens. Type a name for the connec on in the Name
field and select an icon for the connec on. Click OK when done.
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Naviga ng through the Console Menu
Follow these steps to navigate through the console menu to modify se ngs:
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• To select a submenu, type the number corresponding to the submenu and
press Enter. For example, to select the PDU Configura on Se ngs menu,
type 1 and press Enter. Submenus may have further nested menus which
can also be accessed by typing the appropriate number.
• To modify a menu op on, select the op on with its corresponding number
and then type the new values for the op on. For instance, to change the
system date, first select the System Date op on by typing 1 from the Day
and Time Group and press Enter. Then type the date in the specified
format (dd/mm/yyyy) and press Enter to save the changes.
• Type 0 (zero) to return to a previous or higher-level menu.
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Using the Console Menu
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1. From the Connect using drop-down box, select the COM port that users
have connected to the POWERTEK PDU. Click OK when done.
2. The Proper es window opens. Click Restore Defaults to use the default
se ngs. Make sure that the Bits per second =”9600”, Data Bits = “8”, Parity
= “None”, Stop bits = “1” and Flow Control = “None”. Click OK when done.
3. Press any key. The device Configura on U lity Main menu opens and users
are prompted for a password. Type the default password (admin) and press
Enter to con nue.
Enter Password: *****
The main menu op ons are displayed
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Using the Console Menu
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The console menu consists of the following submenus:
• IPv4 Group:
Type 1 and press Enter, then input new
IP address and press Enter. The IP
Address has been updated.
Type 2 and press Enter, then input new
Gateway address and press Enter. The
Gateway Address has been updated.
Type 3 and press Enter, then input new
Network Subset and press Enter. The
Network Subset has been updated.
• IPv6 Group:
Type 1 and press Enter, then input new
IPv6 address and press Enter. The IPv6
Address has been updated.
• Date and Time Group:
Type 1 and press Enter, then input
System Date and press Enter. The
System Date has been updated.
Type 2 and press Enter, then input new
System Time and press Enter. The
System Time has been updated.
Type 3 and press Enter, then input [1]
for Enable / [0] for Disable “NTP” and
press Enter. The NTP control se ng
has been updated.
Type 4 and press Enter, then input NTP Server and press Enter. The NTP Server
has been updated.
Type 5 and press Enter, then input Time Zone and press Enter. The Time Zone
has been updated.
Type 6 and press Enter, then input [1] for Enable / [0] for Disable “Daylight
Saving Time” and press Enter. The “Daylight Saving Time” se ng has been
updated.
• System Contact: Input and click enter to update System Contact.
• System Name: Input and click enter to update System Name.
• System Loca on: Input and click enter to update System Loca on.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
The POWERTEK PDU provides a graphic user interface that can be viewed
from a web browser such as Internet Explorer. This enables users to access
and control the device outlets and subsequently, its output devices remotely
from users' desktop, laptop, PDA, or even users' mobile phone. This sec on
provides instruc ons about how to use the web interface to configure and
control the PDU remotely.
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Summary Overview-System Overview
Start a web browser such as Internet Explorer from the host PC or laptop and
enter the IP address of the Power Strip in the address bar. For details about
se ng the IP address of the system, see on page 33. You will be prompted to
enter a Username and Password. Click Go and the main status page of the
POWERTEK PDU web interface is displayed.
The default se ngs are:
DHCP: Enabled
IP Address: 192.168.1.250
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.10
User Name: admin
Password: admin
The main page shows a graphic representa on of the Power Strip outlets and
inputs status as described below:
• The panel shows the various menus and submenus. Click any menu to
display the menu op ons, expand the menu items, and modify the menu
op ons as required.
• The right panel shows the current status of the Power strip.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Summary Overview-Alarm List
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The “Alarm List” page shows the list of Alarms, which were set by user.
POWERTEK PDU will follow the rules of alarm to send out no fica on to user.
Summary Overview-Network Connec on
The Network Connec on page shows a list of user's connec ons.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Power Management-Outlet Grouping
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This page shows the group list and let user enable Outlet Group.
User can add/delete/modify the group list. The group list is up to 8 groups.
Take Group_1 for example, I have set Outlet_1 of PDU_A, Outlet_3 of PDU_B
and Outlet_4 of PDU_C into Group_1. When I set ac on to Outlet_3 of
PDU_B and apply, Ac on will apply to all PDUs of Group1.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Power Management-Outlet Control
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This page let user trigger ac on by drop-down list. A er you select an ac on
and click "Apply", server will accord to the instruc on to complete the task
remotely.
Click "See Details" to open the page as shown:
In this page, you can set "How many seconds delay" when Power ON/OFF
Delay ac on are triggered.
You can also set the seconds of "Reboot Dura on".
A er set, you can click "Apply" to apply to this Outlet or click "Apply to All
Outlet" to make this se ng apply to all Outlets.
Take Outlet4 for example (Set Power ON/OFF
Delay=3 seconds /Reboot Dura on=10
seconds) , when you select Ac on "Off Delay"
and click Apply. Outlet4 will power off a er 3
seconds.
If you select Ac on "Power Cycle Immediate"
and click Apply, Outlet4 will reboot and this
procedure will cost 10 seconds.
If you select Ac on "Power Cycle Delay" and
click Apply, Outlet4 will reboot and this
procedure will cost 16 seconds.(Include 3
seconds for "Power ON Delay", 3 seconds for
"Power Off Delay" and 10 seconds for "Reboot
Dura on").
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Power Management-Inlet Configura on
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This page let user configure Inlet load. You can set the condi on of "Cri cal"
and "Warning". (The value of "Cri cal" must be larger then "Warning").
When Inlet Power is over the condi on you set, the light of status will become
correspond color.(Red means "Cri cal", Yellow means "Warning" and Green
means "Normal") And you will receive the no fica on mail if you have set in
Email No fica on.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Power Management-Environment Monitoring
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This page show the status of EMD and let user set the alarm configura on.
You can set the "Alarm Condi on" of "Cri cal" and "Warning". (The value of
"Cri cal" must be larger then "Warning") It will follow the Email No fica on
rule you set to send out mail.
POWERTEK PDU support 2 digital input of EMD. And you can set 2 alarms for
EMD sensors. There are 3 op ons(Normal Open/Normal Close/Disable) of
EMD sensor. If you set "Normal Open", the EMD sensor will become
"Warning"(Yellow light) when closed.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Power Management-Schedule
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This page shows the Schedule list and let user add/delete/modify the
Schedule Outlet Ac on list. The ac on list is up to 8.
Click "+" to add a schedule Outlet Ac on, the page as shown:
There are 3 kinds of "Scheduled Outlet Ac on".
(One Time/Daily/Weekly)
The behavior of "Ac on"/"Group" will follow the rule of "Outlet
Control"/"Outlet Grouping".
No ce: If you have set any se ngs with "Group" func on and you modify the
group list, due to the safety concern, you have to reset all se ngs you set
before.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Network-TCP/IP
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This page let user enable DHCP and set IP address manually.
Network Management-Accessible IP Se ng
This page let user add/delete/modify accessible IP list.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Network Management-Security
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This page let user enable DHCP and set IP address manually.
Network Management-Network Service
This page let user set SSH/SSL/Ping/RADIUS Se ng. If user want to add
Radius User(from Se ngs menu), they have to "Enable RADIUS" in this page
first.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Network Management-SNMP Se ng
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This page let user set the SNMP Agent.
Network Management-SNMP Trap Se ng
This page let user add/delete/modify SNMP trap se ng.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Se ngs-General Se ng
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This page let user set General Se ngs.
Se ngs-Change Password
This page let user change password.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Se ngs-Maintenance
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This page let user set Reset/Upgrade/Reboot.
Se ngs-Import/Export
This page let user import/export XML file to restore/download the
configura on.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Se ngs-Radius User
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This page let power admin to Add/Delete/Modify Radius users.
You have to Enable RADIUS and set ready in Network Service. Then you can
add a Radius User and set outlet control for this user. The Grouping &
Schedule func on also support radius user.
NOTE: If there are 2 users with same name both existed in Local User &
Radius User, Local user will become a priority in POWERTEK PDU.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
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Se ngs-Local User
This page shows the user list and admin can add/delete/modify it. The list is up
to 8 users. There are 4 kinds of privilege for the user account, the defini on as
below:
Privilege
Power Admin
Defini on
User can be management all func on.
Admin
Admin user cannot management [User
Management], [Outlet Grouping], [FW Upgrade &
Inlet/Outlet Upgrade], [Reset Default] func on, and
the other s ll can management.
Supervision
Supervision user only manage [Power Monitoring]
beside [Outlet Grouping], [Inlet/outlet upgrade]
func on.
User
Cannot manage any func on. Read only.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Log and No fica on-System Log
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This page shows the system log
Log and No fica on-Event Log
This page shows the warnings and alarms history log.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Se ngs-Configure SMTP Server
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This page let user configure SMTP server.
Se ngs-Email No fica on Se ng
This page let user set Email no fica on se ng. Click "+" to set a new se ng.
Input "Receiver Address", select "Email Type"/"Event Level" and
"Descrip on", then click "Apply" to save se ng. You can send a test mail to
confirm the se ng is correct or not through clicking "Send Test". A er set
well, you will get a no fica on email when event has been triggered.
USER’S GUIDE
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Version 2.2
Using the Web Interface
Log and No fica on-Inlet History Log
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This page shows the inlet history log. You can set the log interval in General
Se ng under System Management.
Log-Outlet History Log
This page shows the outlet history log.
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