enlogic pdu in line meter user manual rev 62014
EN Series Power Distribution Unit
& EZ Series Energy Meter
Installation and Operation Manual
For more information, go to www.enlogic.com.
LT-00015-B5 April 2014
Table of Contents
PDU Safety Guidelines..................................................................................................................... 5
Section 1: Introduction
Enlogic Product Series .................................................................................................................... 6
Product Components....................................................................................................................... 6
Input Power Cord .............................................................................................................. 6
Outlets . ............................................................................................................................ 8
Connection Ports............................................................................................................... 8
OLED Display...................................................................................................................... 9
Menu, Reset, and Unit Status Button............................................................................... 11
Circuit Breakers................................................................................................................ 11
Section 2: Installation
Before Installation..........................................................................................................................13
Mounting.......................................................................................................................................13
Mounting the PDU in the Server Cabinet.......................................................................... 13
Connecting to a Power Source........................................................................................................13
Connecting the PDU to a Network .................................................................................................14
Connecting Using DHCP.................................................................................................... 14
Connecting with a Serial Connection................................................................................ 14
Connecting Environmental Sensors (Optional).................................................................................... 15
Section 3: Enlogic Web User Interface (Web UI)
Supported Browsers ......................................................................................................................16
Logging In to the Enlogic Web UI....................................................................................................16
Logging In........................................................................................................................ 16
Changing User Password.................................................................................................. 16
Logging Out..................................................................................................................... 16
Overview of the Enlogic Web UI.....................................................................................................16
Action Menus................................................................................................................... 17
PDU Explorer................................................................................................................... 17
Status Bar........................................................................................................................ 17
Logout button.................................................................................................................. 17
Data Panel....................................................................................................................... 17
Dashboard....................................................................................................................... 17
Renaming the PDU........................................................................................................... 17
Navigating the Action Menus..........................................................................................................17
User Administration......................................................................................................... 17
Device Configuration........................................................................................................ 19
System Administration..................................................................................................... 25
Help................................................................................................................................. 26
Navigating the PDU Explorer ..........................................................................................................26
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Section 4: SNMP
SNMP Configuration ......................................................................................................................30
Configuring Users for Encrypted SNMP v3 ......................................................................................30
Configuring SNMP Traps.................................................................................................................31
Configuring SNMP Trap Settings....................................................................................... 31
Configuring SNMP Traps................................................................................................... 32
Downloading the SNMP MIB..........................................................................................................32
Downloading the SNMP MIB:........................................................................................... 32
Section 5: The Command Line Interface
Logging in with HyperTerminal.......................................................................................................33
Logging in with SSH or Telnet..........................................................................................................33
CLI Commands and Prompts...........................................................................................................34
CLI Options...................................................................................................................... 34
‘E Code’ Messages........................................................................................................... 35
CLI Commands Table........................................................................................................ 35
Section 6: Environmental Sensors
Sensor Overview............................................................................................................................40
Adding Environmental Sensors.......................................................................................................41
Alarm Beacon Sensor Installation Instructions.................................................................. 41
Temperature & Humidity Sensor Installation Instructions................................................. 42
Sensor Input Hub Installation Instructions ....................................................................... 42
Door Switch Sensor Installation Instructions.................................................................... 42
Dry Contact Cable Installation Instructions....................................................................... 44
Spot Fluid Leak Sensor Installation Instructions................................................................ 44
Rope Fluid Leak Sensor Installation Instructions............................................................... 44
Detecting Environmental Sensors...................................................................................................45
Configuring Environmental Sensors................................................................................................46
Viewing and Managing Environmental Sensor Information.............................................................46
Editing the External Sensor Details................................................................................... 46
Monitoring the External Sensor........................................................................................ 47
Section 7: Daisy Chain & DNA–Dual Network Access
Daisy Chain Functionality...............................................................................................................48
Daisy Chain Setup...........................................................................................................................48
DNA Functionality..........................................................................................................................48
DNA Setup......................................................................................................................................49
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Configure DNA in the CLI.................................................................................................. 49
Configure DNA in the PCT................................................................................................. 49
Connect the PDUs for DNA............................................................................................... 49
Daisy Chain & DNA Commands in CLI............................................................................... 50
Appendices
Appendix A: EN Series Bracket Mounting Info.................................................................................52
Appendix B: EN Series Product Range for EMEA .............................................................................53
Appendix C: EN Series Product Range For North America ...............................................................54
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PDU Safety Guidelines
This document is intended for installers, maintenance professionals, and qualified users of Enlogic power distribution units
(PDUs). Keep this safety information for operation, installation, and maintenance of the PDU and accessory equipment. This
product complies with the latest safety requirements for equipment and accessories for use in a rack mounting environment.
Read and follow all safety information. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
• Electrical Hazard: this PDU contains high voltages. Repairs and service to this PDU should only be performed by
authorized service providers. This includes installation, testing, and maintenance of internal and external parts.
• There is a risk of electrical shock from ground conductor leakage. If the total leakage current exceeds 3.5 mA or
if leakage current of the connected load is unknown, connect the ground terminal of the PDU to a dependable ground/earth connection. The ground terminal on the PDU is an M5 screw hole with a maximum depth of 9mm.
• This equipment must be connected to an electrical supply with protected ground outlets and a branch circuit
breaker with the same current rating as the equipment. Test all outlets for proper polarity and grounding.
Failure to comply with this requirement may result in serious injury.
• This power distribution unit is intended for providing power to ITE equipment only. Do not connect secondary
power units to the outlets of the PDU.
CAUTION
• Make sure the utility power outlet is in good condition.
• Make sure the PDU power cord and plug are in good condition.
• Make sure the power input is disconnected before physically mounting or moving the location of this product. If
the PDU has detachable input power cords, only use power cords supplied by Enlogic.
• Internal parts of the PDU may get extremely hot during operation. Use care before handling.
• Changes and modifications to this equipment could void the warranty. Enlogic is not responsible for damage to this product resulting from accident, disaster, or misuse. Note: If the product is a switched model, power may
be present at a receptacle even when it is switched off.
Follow all local and national codes when installing the PDU. The PDU should be connected to a dedicated circuit protected by a
branch circuit breaker matching the PDU input plug type for your region:
Regions
Europe, International
Australia
North America/Japan
PDU Input Plug Type
Branch Circuit Breaker Required
IEC60320 C20 Inlet (Removable Power Cord)
CEE 7/4, CEE 7/5, CEE 7/7 Plugs
IEC60309 316P6 or 316P6W
IEC60309 332P6 or 332P6W
IEC60309 363P6 or 363P6W
IEC60309 516P6 or 516P6W
IEC60309 532P6 or 532P6W
IEC60309 563P6 or 563P6W
3-pin (2P+G)
3-pin (2P+G)
5-pin (3P+N+G)
5-pin (3P+N+G)
IEC60320 C20 Inlet (Removable Power Cord)
NEMA 5-20P or NEMA L5-20P
NEMA 6-20P or NEMA L6-20P
NEMA 6-30P or NEMA L6-30P
NEMA 5-30P or NEMA L5-30P
IEC60309 330P9 or 330P9W
NEMA L21-20P or NEMA L15-20P
NEMA L21-30P or NEMA L15-30P
CS8365
IEC60309 460P9 or 460P9W
IEC60309 520P6 or 520P6W
IEC60309 530P6 or 530P6W or NEMA L22-30
16A single-pole
16A single-pole
16A single-pole
32A single-pole
63A single-pole
16A three-pole
32A three-pole
63A single-pole
20A single-pole
32A single-pole
20A three-poles
32A three-poles
20A single-pole
20A single-pole
20A double-pole
30A double-pole
30A single-pole
30A double-pole
20A three-pole
30A three-pole
50A three-pole
60A three-pole
20A three-pole
30A three-pole
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Section 1: Introduction
This manual is intended to assist in the installation and setup the EN Series PDU. Refer to this manual to properly install and
operate the EN Series PDU. It is recommended that the user follows the procedures as outlined in this manual to assist in proper
installation and prevent damage to the PDU and associated equipment.
The Enlogic family of enterprise-grade rack PDUs includes comprehensive power management, watt-hour energy metering, and
environmental monitoring; all within the industry’s slimmest space-saving design. A large selection of standard and configurable
PDU options are available to meet your specific rack management application.
Enlogic Product Series
Product Series Type
Description
EN1000 Series
Metered
Metered PDUs with real time metering and network monitoring of power loads for
overload avoidance, capacity & load balancing, and energy use optimization.
EN2000 Series
Metered and Outlet
Switched
Remote outlet on/off switching for power-up sequencing, remote power cycling, and
outlet use management combined with all features of the EN1000 Series.
EN5000 Series
Outlet Metered
These outlet metered PDUs combine Individual outlet power and energy metering
with all features of the EN1000 Series.
EN6000 Series
Outlet Metered and
Outlet Switched
Comprehensive management solution includes switching features of the EN2000
Series and outlet metering features of the EN5000 Series.
EZ1000 Series
Inline Energy Meters
This energy metering device adds the Enlogic EN1000 series capabilities to any existing basic PDU or stand-alone equipment.
Product Components
Enlogic PDUs include the following components in various configurations:
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Input power cord
Outlets
Connection ports
OLED display
Reset button
Circuit Breakers (some models)
Input Power Cord
Most PDUs come with a power cord installed and ready to be plugged into an appropriate receptacle. Connect
the PDU to an appropriately rated branch circuit. Refer to the label on the PDU for appropriate input ratings and
ranges.
Input Power Cord Orientation
The Input Power Cord is factory set at the top of the PDU. This can be rewired to allow for a front-oriented power
cord.
DANGER
When rewiring the Input Power Cord, only use the wires
provided with Enlogic PDUs. Use of other wires is prohibited.
Rewiring must be completed by authorized service providers.
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1. Remove the back cover of the PDU (located near the top power cord) by removing the four (4) screws as shown.
Remove 4 Screws
& Back Cover
2. Loosen the Terminal Block screws. Remove the power cords from the terminal block.
Note: In 1-phase units, there are 3 wires. In 3-phase units, there are 5 wires.
Terminal Block Screws
3. Unscrew and remove the power cord.
Note: It may be necessary to use spanners to loosen the power cord.
Remove Input Power
Cord
4. Remove power cord cover and straight relief nut.
Strain relief nut
Power Cord Cover
5. Insert the power cord in the front of the PDU. Reassemble the straight relief nut.
Note: the distance between the power cord and PDU chassis must be at least 20mm.
Input Power Cord
Straight Relief Nut
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6. Reassemble the power cords to the terminal block as shown below:
3-Phase Wiring
1-Phase Wiring
Pin Description Wire Color
Pin
Description
Wire Color
L3
Line 3
Gray
N
Neutral
Blue
L2
Line 2
Black
L1
Line 1
Brown
G
Ground
Green/Yellow
N
Neutral
Blue
L1
Line 1
Brown
G
Ground
Green/Yellow
7. Reassemble the back cover and tighten four (4) screws. Reassemble the power cord cover.
The PDU is now rewired for front orientation and ready for use.
Back Cover
Power Cord Cover
Outlets
The number and type of outlets, outlet switching ability, and dimensions vary by model as shown Appendix B: EN
Series Product Range tables. Some PDU models have outlet-switching features to manage individual outlets:
The EN1000, EZ1000, and EN5000 Series do NOT have outlet switching features. Outlets are always On and there
are no outlet LED indicators. EN2000 and EN6000 Series PDUs are equipped with the outlet switching feature and
have a small LED for each outlet. When an outlet LED is lit, that the particular outlet is On. When an outlet LED is
not lit, the particular outlet is Off.
Connection Ports
There are 6 ports on all standard EN Series models, as shown below.
• USB: to connect the EN Series PDU to a USB flash drive to upload
firmware or download log files.
• Ethernet: to connect the EN Series PDU to a computer network
• Serial+Rs485-1: to connect EN and EZ models via RS232 protocol and
reserved for future upgrade (i.e. Daisy Chain function)
• Rs485-2: reserved for future upgrades
• Sensor-1: to connect to environmental sensors
• Sensor-2: to connect to environmental sensors
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OLED Display
The OLED Display is located on the front of the EN Series PDU above the connection ports. When a device powers
up, it takes a few minutes to fully load the software. When the software has completed loading, the OLED display
will show the Startup Menu. The menu buttons just below the OLED Display allow you to scroll through the display
and select the desired information item. The following is an example of the Single Phase OLED Menu:
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Menu, Reset, and Unit Status Button
These are all on the front of the PDU underneath the OLED Display. The are as follows:
1: Reset Button
2: Unit Status LED
3: Menu Buttons
1
2
3
Unit Status LED
LED State
Description
Solid Green
Normal Operation
Solid Red
Critical Alarm
Solid Orange
Warning Alarm
Blinking Orange
Disconnected from network
Green, Red, Orange blinking
Upgrading
Off
In USB Mode
Menu Buttons
The Menu Buttons allow a user to navigate through the OLED display. They are:
• Menu–Use this button as a “back” button to go to the previous menu screen.
• Scroll–Use this button to scroll through menu options.
• Select–Use this button to choose an option from a list.
Reset Buttons
The Reset Button is located in the small, recessed hole above the Menu buttons to prevent accidental reset.
By pressing a small pin into the Reset Button hole for 8 seconds, the PDU software with cycle through a soft
reboot without any loss of power to outlets.
Circuit Breakers
EN Series PDUs that are rated over 20A (North American) or 16A (international) have branch circuit breakers.
These circuit breakers trip when the current flowing through the breaker exceeds its rating. When a circuit breaker
trips, power is shut off to any outlets connected to it.
Enlogic PDU circuit breakers sit underneath a protective panel to prevent accidentally tripping the circuits. If a
circuit breaker is tripped, you can easily manually reset to the ON position for normal operation by pressing the
ON button(s), as shown below:
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Single-Phase Models
}
For single phase models, each circuit breaker is connected to like-colored outlets. For example, all white outlets
are connected to the white circuit breaker, and all blue outlets are connected to the blue circuit breaker.
}
Three-Phase Models
For 3-phase models, 3 colors are used to identify the 3 different input lines.
• In standard 400V 3-phase (Wye) configurations, the color of each circuit breaker and outlet correspond to the
appropriate input phase. The PDU is labeled to indicate the input phase associated with each circuit breaker
and outlets.
• In North America 208V 3-phase (delta) configurations, the color of the circuit breaker corresponds to the line
connections and will include a label of the two connected input phases (i.e., L1-L2, L2-L3, or L3-L1).
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Section 2: Installation
Before Installation
1. Prepare the installation site: make sure it is not exposed to extreme temperature or humidity. Make sure to allow
space around the Enlogic PDU for cabling and outlet connections.
Note: Enlogic PDUs are designed for maximum operating temperatures of 55–60°C (131–140°F). Refer to
each model’s technical datasheet for specific information.
2. Check the Branch Circuit Rating in the Safety Information section of this manual.
3. Unpack the Enlogic Series PDU. Each model comes with the items below. If something appears to be missing or
damaged, contact your regional Enlogic office.
• Quick Start Guide
• Safety Information Sheet
• Warranty Postcard
4. Use the information provided in the enclosed Warranty Card to register your product online at www.enlogic.com.
Mounting
Select mounting either with or without brackets, depending on the rack style. All Enlogic PDU mounting methods are quick and
convenient.
Mounting the PDU in the Server Cabinet
Enlogic PDUs are built with adjustable mounting pegs for easy, tool-less mounting in most rack enclosure designs.
For these racks, simply adjust the mounting pegs by hand-tightening the pegs into place at the appropriate heights
and secure into the rack.
For a list of racks that require a mounting bracket for proper installation, refer to Appendix A for a list of
compatibility rack manufacturers and installation requirements. (If the standard mounting pegs or mounting brackets
do not comply with your rack configuration contact Enlogic for assistance.) Installation of a bracket, if necessary, may
require a screwdriver.
1. The EN Series PDU comes with tool-less, adjustable mounting pegs for ease and convenience.
2. Determine where the EN Series PDU will be mounted inside the server cabinet.
3. If your rack does not require mounting brackets, skip to step 4. If using mounting brackets, attach the mounting
brackets to the server cabinet. The standard Enlogic mounting brackets are secured to the rack using a screwdriver.
4. Measure the distance between mounting holes in the server cabinet (or the holes in the mounting brackets used)
and adjust the mounting pegs on the back of the PDU accordingly.
Note: The mounting pegs on most Enlogic PDUs can be adjusted between 1472mm and 1584mm in length.
Mounting pegs are adjustable from between 554mm and 676mm on the EN1101, EN2101, and EN5101, and
EN6101 series PDUs.
5. With the adjustable pegs set to the correct position, insert the pegs into the server rack mounting holes or into the
mounting brackets and tighten the mounting pegs into place. .
6. Pull the power cord through the cabinet and tighten the mounting pegs. Proceed with connecting to a power
source.
Note: For specific mounting instructions for various rack manufacturers refer to Appendix A.
Connecting to a Power Source
Check the Branch Circuit Rating in the Safety Information section of this manual before beginning installation. Always follow local
and national codes when installing the PDU. The PDU should be connected to a dedicated circuit protected by a branch circuit
breaker matching the PDU input plug type. Note: When connecting the Enlogic PDU to a Power Source, make sure that you have
enough length in the PDU power cord to reach the PDU power source.
1. Turn the feed circuit breaker off.
2. Make sure that all circuit breakers on the Enlogic PDU are set to ON.
3. Connect each Enlogic PDU to an appropriately rated branch circuit. Note: Refer to the label on the PDU for the
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input ratings.
4. Turn the feed circuit breaker on. The OLED screen will display a status bar when the PDU operating system is
loading. When complete, the Main Menu will display on the OLED screen. Switched PDUs in the EN2000 series or
EN6000 series show a light corresponding to each outlet as it is powered up.
Connecting the PDU to a Network
The EN series PDU is Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) compatible. If the network does not use a DHCP server, see
the steps below for “Connecting with a Serial Connection”.
Connecting Using DHCP
The PDU automatically obtains an IP address via DHCP, when connected to a network. Login to the Web UI to
configure the PDU and assign a static IP address (if desired).
1. Connect a standard Ethernet patch cable to the Ethernet port on the EN Series PDU.
2. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the LAN.
3. Make sure the Ethernet port on the PDU shows a solid green light on the left and a flashing yellow light on the right
to indicate successful connectivity to the network.
4. Use the menu buttons to look up the IP address of the device on the OLED display by selecting Setup > Network >
IPv4 or IPv6 as applicable.
5. In a standard web browser, enter the PDU IP address and proceed to configure the PDU as shown in the Enlogic
Web UI Interface section.
Connecting with a Serial Connection
Alternatively, you may configure the network settings using the command line interface (CLI) with a serial
connection. Users can either connect serially using the optional Enlogic RJ45-DB9 Cable (SKU EA9119) or by
creating a unique pinout as described below.
1. Connect the RJ45 end of the serial cable into the port labeled “Serial” on the PDU.
2. Connect the DB9 end of the cable into the communications (COM) port on your comuter.
Note: You may need to use a DB9 serial to USB connection cable for this step to connect via USB if a DB9 serial port
is not available on your computer.
3. Open a communications program such as HyperTerminal or PuTTY.
4. Select the COM port. Set the communications port as follows:
• Bits per second: 115200
• Data bits: 8
• Parity: None
• Stop bits: 1
• Flow control: None
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5. Use the default initial login indicated below. Note that the username and password are both case sensitive:
• Username: admin
• Password: 12345678
6. The ENLOGIC> prompt appears after you have logged in.
7. To configure network settings, enter the appropriate net commands and press Enter. All commands are case
sensitive. You can type ? to access the commands.
• For the IPv4 DHCP configuration, configure this parameter.
• net tcpip dhcp
• Enter Y to validate and reboot the network management card.
• For the static IPv4 configuration, configure these parameters.
• net tcpip static x.x.x.x (ipaddress) x.x.x.x (netmask) x.x.x.x (gateway) Example: net tcpip static
192.168.1.100 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1
• Enter Y to validate and reboot the network management card.
Creating a Unique Pinout Connection
To create your own pinout connection for the RJ45 to Serial cable, make the wired connections as shown:
Pin Description
Pin
1
2
RS232 RX
2
3
RS232 TX
3
4
5
CONN 2
1
CONN 1
8
1
6
4
Ground
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
1
5
Refer to the Web UI section and Using the Command Line Interface section of this manual for more information
about managing the PDU.
Connecting Environmental Sensors (Optional)
To enable the EN Series device to detect Enlogic environmental conditions, connect one or more environmental sensors to the
PDU sensor port 1 or 2. The maximum distance for sensor cabling plugged into the device’s sensor port should not exceed 100
feet (30 m). The maximum number of sensor detection points should not exceed 6. Refer to the table below to determine how
many sensor detection points each sensor usess. For example, if using the 3 Temperature + 1 Humidity sensor (EA9105), 4 sensor
points are in use, so only 2 additional sensor points are available.
Sensor Description
Number of
Sensor Points
ENLOGIC SKU
Alarm Beacon
1
EA9101
Temperature Sensor
1
EA9102
Temperature and Humidity Sensor
2
EA9103
(3) Temperature + (1) Humidity Sensor
4
EA9105
n/a
EA9106
Door switch sensor
1
EA9109
Dry Contact Cable
1
EA9110
Spot Fluid Leak Sensor
1
EA9111
Rope Fluid Leak Sensor
1
EA9112
Smoke Sensor
1
EA9116
Sensor Input Hub (3 sensor inputs)
For more information about Enlogic’s environmental sensors, refer to the Installation sheet, included with each sensor.
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Section 3: Enlogic Web User Interface (Web UI)
The Enlogic Web UI is used to manage, control, configure, and administer Energy series PDUs and accessories.
Supported Browsers
The Enlogic Web UI is accessible from any of these browsers:
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Firefox (v14.0.1 or higher)
Internet Explorer® 8 (IE8 or higher)
Safari (v5.1 or higher)
Chrome (v23.0 or higher)
Logging In to the Enlogic Web UI
Logging In
1. Open a supported web browser and enter the ip address of the EN Series PDU. For example, 10.2.11.24
2. If username and password were configured during the Network Configuration Setup: enter the user name and
password in the appropriate fields. Press Login or Enter.
If username and password were NOT configured during the Network Configuration Setup: use the default
username, admin and password, 12345678. For security purposes, change the password upon login.
Changing User Password
After initial login, change the password:
1. Go to User Administration>Change Password.
2. The Change User Password window opens.
3. Enter the old password and then new password twice to confirm. By default, passwords must be between 8 and
32 characters. To customize password requirements for your organization, refer to the “Security” section of this
manual. Logging Out
Users should logout after each session to prevent unauthorized changes to the system.
1. Select the “logout” button in the top right corner of the screen.
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Action Menus
The action menus allow an administrator to navigate through the Enlogic Web UI easily and efficiently to manage
various tasks.
• User Administration: allows user to change the account password, add/remove users, and edit user roles
• Device Configuration: allows user to edit/view device, network, and security settings.
• System Administration: allows user to access tools to maintain the device, such as the event and data logs,
device information, and firmware maintenance.
PDU Explorer
The PDU Explorer to the left of the screen displays a menu tree that details the Enlogic device being accessed and
components connected to this PDU, such as inputs, outlets, and external sensors.
Status Bar
The name of the logged in user is viewed in the status bar at the bottom of the screen.
Logout button
The Logout button allows users to safely logout of their account for security reasons.
Data Panel
The data panel displays information about the PDU Explorer menu item selected, and provides access to some
features of the Web UI, depending on the menu. Each time a menu item is selected from the PDU Explorer, a new
tab is opened in the data panel. If multiple data tabs are open at once, navigate through them by selecting the
individual tabs. To close tabs, press the “x” button.
Dashboard
When you log in, the Dashboard is displayed by default. The dashboard provides an overview of the status of the
PDU (s) at this IP address.
Renaming the PDU
1. Select the folder of the PDU on the PDU Explorer.
2. Place your cursor in the value field for the PDU Name to edit the name or delete it and replace it with a new name.
Navigating the Action Menus
User Administration
The EN Series PDU comes with a standard Admin profile and a standard User profile. The Admin profile is
typically the system administrator and has the “Admin Role” with full operating permissions. The default User
profile includes the default “User Role” permissions. All other users must be added by the Admin user. Users
are defined by their unique login credentials and by their user role.
Before setting up users, determine the Roles that will be required. Each user must be given a Role. These Roles
define the permissions granted to the user.
Role
Admin
User
Default Permissions
Full permissions that cannot be modified or deleted
Limited permissions that can be modified or deleted. By default, these permissions are:
• Change Input Phase Setting
• Change Circuit Breaker Setting
• Switch Outlet
• Change Outlet Setting
• Change Own Password
• Change Event Settings
Customized
Permissions for user customized roles can be set as needed.
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Change Password
1. Go to User Administration>Change Password.
2. The Change User Password window opens.
3. Enter the old password and then new password twice to confirm. By default, passwords must be between 8 and
32 characters. Users
Add: To add a user, go to User Administration>Users,
1. Select New to create a new user profile.
2. Use the Settings tab to enter the following information:
• User Name (required)
• Full Name (required)
• Password(required)
Note: Set password requirements in the Device Configuration menu. By default, passwords must
be 8-32 characters in length, and to have at least one numeric character, and at least one special
character.
• Confirm Password
• Telephone Number (optional)
• Email Address (optional) This will be used to send emails for event actions. If not entered, event
emails will NOT be received.
3. Use the SNMPv3 tab to enable and configure SNMPv3 access and enter the desired settings:
• Select “Enable SNMPv3 access.” (Leave this box blank to restrict SNMP access).
• Choose a Security Level:
• NoAuthNoPriv: No authentication and no privacy.
• AuthNoPriv: Authentication and no privacy.
• AuthPriv: Authentication and privacy. This is the default.
• Set the pass phrases to be used for authentication and privacy.
• If you select “Use Password as Authentication Phrase” the authentication pass phrase is
identical to the user’s password.
• (optional) You may choose instead enter a new pass phrase for authentication in the fields
provided: Authentication Pass Phrase:, and Confirm Authentication Pass Phrase
• If you select “Use Authentication Pass Phrase as Privacy Pass Phrase” then the user’s
authentication pass phrase serves as their privacy pass phrase.
• (optional) You may choose instead to enter a new pass phrase for privacy in the fields provided:
Privacy Pass Phrase, and Confirm Privacy Pass Phrase.
4. Use the Roles tab to set admin or user privileges.
5. Use the Preferences tab to set units of measurement.
6. Select OK to save the new user profile.
Modify: To edit a user profile, go to User Administration>Users,
1. Select the user name.
2. Select Edit.
3. Make changes to the user profile. Select OK.
Delete: To delete a user profile, go to User Administration>Users,
1. Select the user name.
Note: To make multiple selections, press Shift+click to highlight multiple profiles.
2. Select Delete.
3. Select Yes to confirm the deletion. Select No to cancel.
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Roles
To change user roles, privileges, and settings, go to User Administration>Roles. To create a new role,
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Select New.
In the Settings tab. enter the Role Name and Description.
In the Privileges tab, select Edit.
Select the privileges to add to that user role. Set parameters if necessary.
Select OK.
Select Save.
To modify a custom user role,
1. Select the role.
2. Select the Edit button.
3. Edit the role name and privileges as needed. Select Save.
To delete a user role,
1. Select the role.
2. Select the Delete button.
3. Select Yes to confirm the change.
Device Configuration
Network Configuration
The EN Series PDU supports IPv4 with full featured network management and alerting capabilities. After you
select your Internet protocol option, you will be able to communicate via HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, Telnet, SNMP, FTP,
and Email for network communications. Note: IPv6 capabilities coming soon.
Using the System Administration > Device Information menu, you can configure the EN Series to accommodate
an organization’s environment and procedures. You can change network settings from this menu.
HTTPS and HTTP enable the access to the web interface. To force HTTPS for web access, go to Device
configuration > Security, and select Force Https for Web Access. Telnet and SSH enable the access to the
command line interface. By default, SSH is enabled, Telnet is disabled, and all TCP ports for supported services
are set to standard ports.
Network Services
SSH or Telnet may be used to access the Command Line Interface. You can configure these various access ports
via the Web UI to enable future management of the Enlogic Series PDU via Command Line Interface.
1. Go to Device Configuration > Network services, and then choose the access method you wish to enable: SSH, or
Telnet, as necessary.
2. When the Settings dialog box pops up for the selected access method, type the port number, check the Enable
box, and then click OK.
Network Service Notes:
• The system does NOT allow users to login in using HTTPS and SSH simultaneously.
• Only one (1) user is granted access to SSH/Telnet/FTP at a time.
• Serial connection takes priority over Telnet and SSH connections. While logged in through the serial
connection, Telnet and SSH access is not permitted.
• Only users with ‘Change Network Service’ privileges can change FTP/Telnet/SSH/SNMP/HTTP settings.
HTTP
By default, access to EN Series PDU uses HTTP port settings. To change the HTTP port settings:
1. Go to Device Configuration > Network Services > HTTP.
2. In the dialog box, enter a new port number in the corresponding field. Valid range is between 1 and 65535.
3. Select OK to save the changes.
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To require users to access the Web UI via HTTPS
1. Go to Device Configuration > Security > Force HTTPS for Web Access.
2. When this option is selected, a confimation dialog box will appear to apply the HTTPS settings.
3. Select Yes to confirm. This will reset the Network Card.
SNMP
Enabling SNMP communication allows the Enlogic Energy Series PDU to send events from an SNMP trap to you
and allows you to view and control the status of outlets. Refer to Section 4: SNMP for instructions on the use of
SNMP with the Enlogic Series PDU.
SSH
Enabling SSH allows for a user to login to the CLI using an SSH client (such as PuTTY) or change the TCP port for
the SSH service.
Notes:
• SSH and HTTPS are enabled at the same time but users CANNOT login in through HTTPS and SSH
simultaneously.
• It is not allowed two users to login in SSH/Telnet at the same time.
• Serial connection priority is higher than Telnet and SSH connection, Telnet and SSH is not available while
Serial connection is enabled.
Telnet
Enabling Telnet allows for a user to login to the CLI using a Telnet client (such as PuTTY) or change the TCP port
for the Telnet service.
FTP
Only Admin users can access FTP settings.
Network Configuration
To modify Internet Protocol (IPv4 or IPv6*) and Settings,
1. Go to Device Configuration > Network Configuration.
2. Select the desired options on the IP Protocol Tab.
3. If using IPv4, open the IPv4 tab and select either Static to manually assign the PDU IP address, or DHCP to set the
PDU Ip address to be auto-configured.
• Select Static to manually enter an IP address. Enter the following information: IP address, Net Mask,
Gateway, Primary DNS server, Secondary DNS server, DNS Suffix (optional)
• Select DHCP if you wish to auto-configure the PDU IP address. Select the “Specify DNS server
manually” checkbox if necessary. Then type the address of the primary DNS server and secondary
DNS server.
*IPv6 will be available with an upcoming firmware upgrade.
Security
Login Settings
User Blocking will lock you out of the system after a specified number of failed login attempts. To setup User
Blocking:
1. Go to Device Configurations > Security > Login Settings
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2. Select the Block user on login failure checkbox.
3. Set the Maximum number of failed logins.
4. Set the length of time that must pass before the user may attempt login again. Use the Block Timeout dropdown
menu provided.
5. Select OK to save the changes
Login limitations determine how long users are permitted to stay idle before being forced out of the system.
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Go to Device Configurations > Security > Login Settings
In the Login Settings dialog box, select the go to the Login Limitations.
Choose the Idle Timeout Period from the dropdown menu.
Select OK to save changes.
Password Policy
You may set a requirement for users to change their password at set intervals using the Password Aging Interval
policy. You may also specify criteria for passwords to ensure that your users enter strong passwords.
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Go to Device Configurations > Security > Password Policy
If desired, choose a password aging interval from the Password Interval dropdown menu.
If you wish to specify password criteria, select the Strong Passwords checkbox.
Set the minimum and maximum password length via the dropdown menus provided. Note that the minimum
password length cannot be below 8 characters and the maximum allowed is 32.
5. Select the checkboxes to force users to use specific types of characters within the password.
6. Select OK to save the changes.
Event Rules
Event rules are situations in which the EN Series PDU notifies and reacts to certain conditions. These rules can
be created to respond to various events.
An event rule has two parts:
1. Event: the situation where the PDU meets a certain condition (i.e., a temperature sensor exceeds the warning
limit.)
2. Action: the response to the event (i.e., send an SMTP message, SNMP trap.)
To create a new event rule, you must:
1. Go to Device Configuration > Event Rules.
2. Select the checkbox next to the Event Rules and Actions you want to setup.
3. Select OK.
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Data Log
The EN Series PDU maintains a data log of 2000 records.
The period of time visible in the data log at any one time depends on the time between data log entries. You
can configure the time range of each record from 1 to 1440 minutes. (As an example, if you chose a data log
interval of 10 minutes, the entire data log contains 2000 records with up to 13.89 days of data). Once the data
log reaches the maximum 2000 records, the oldest entries are overwritten by the newer entries.
1. Go to Device Configuration > Data Log.
2. Enter an interval number in the Log Interval field. Valid range is from 1 to 1440 minutes. The default time is 10
minutes.
3. Select OK to save the changes.
Date/Time
You can set the internal clock on the EN Series PDU manually, or link to a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server
and let it set the date and time:
1. Go to Device Configuration > Date/Time.
2. Select the appropriate time zone from the Time Zone dropdown list and then proceed to either step 3 or step 4.
3. To manually enter a custom date and time, select the User Specified Time button:
• Enter the date using the YYYY-MM-DD format or use the calendar icon to select a date.
• Enter the time in the three fields provided: The hour in the first field, minutes in the next field, and
seconds in the third field. Time is measured in 24-hour format. Enter 13 for 1:00pm, 14 for 2:00pm,
etc.
4. To synchronize the PDU time with a selected server, select the “Synchronize with NTP Server” button:
• Enter the IP address of the primary NTP server in the First Time Server field.
• Enter the IP address of a secondary NTP server. Optional.
5. Select OK to save the changes.
SMTP Email
The EN Series PDU can be configured to send alerts or event messages via email using SMTP settings. This
requires the SMTP settings to be configured with an IP address for the SMTP server and a valid email address.
To set the SMTP server settings,
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Go to Device Configuration > SMTP Email.
In the Server Name field, enter the IP address (or name) of the mail server.
In the Port field, enter the port number for the SMTP. The default is 25.
In the Sender Email Address field, enter an email address to send the reports.
In the Number of Sending Retries field, enter the number of email retries. The default is 3 retries.
In the Time Interval Between Sending Retries field, enter the time interval between emailretries in minutes. The
default is 6 minutes.
7. If the SMTP server requires password authentication, select the Server Requires Authentication checkbox and
complete the User name and Password fields.
8. Test the SMTP to ensure it works properly. Enter an address into the Recipient Email Addresses field and select
the Send Test Email button.
9. Select OK.
10.Make sure the email is sent successfully.
Server Reachability
1. Go to Device Configuration > Server Reachability.
2. From here, you can create a new server, edit a current server, delete or refresh a server.
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To setup the PDU with the ability to Ping the server IP/hostname and receive status updates:
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Go to Device Configuration > Server Reachability.
Select New.
Enter an IP Address/Hostname. Select the Enable Ping Monitoring checkbox.
Change the Number of Successful Pings, Number of Unsuccessful Consecutive Pings, and Wait Time, if desired.
5. Select OK.
6. (
) To configure the server to send notifications (SMTP Message, SNMP Trap, or both) go to Device
Configuration > Event Rules.
USB
To make the PDU accessible through the USB port on the unit, you must:
1. Go to Device Configuration > USB Settings.
2. Select the Enable USB Access Checkbox.
LDAP Server Settings
To setup LDAP to access the Active Directory (AD) and provide authentication when logging into the PDU via the
Web Interface:
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Go to Device Configuration > LDAP.
Select the LDAP Enable checkbox.
Use the drop down menu to chose the Type of LDAP Server. Either Open LDAP or Microsoft Active Directory.
Enter an IP Address / Hostname of the domain controller/Active Directory (AD) Server.
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i.e.: domain1.mydomain.com
5. Enter a Port.
Note: For Microsoft, this is typically 389.
6. Select the Bind DN checkbox.
7. In the Bind DN field, enter in the account to be used to access AD.
i.e. CN=myuser,CN=Users,DC=EMEA,DC=mydomain,DC=com
8. Enter the password in the Bind Password and Confirm Password fields.
9. In the Base DN for Search field, i.e. DC=subdomain,DC=mydomain,DC=com
10.In the Login Name Attribute field, enter sAMAccountName (typically)
11.In the User Entry Object Class field, enter person.
With these LDAP settings configured, the Bind is complete.
Securing LDAP Settings (SASL)
However, with the above settings, passwords are sent in plain text. To enhance security, select the SASL option
in the LDAP Settings dialog box. This means that the PDU starts the bind process: the server replys with a key,
the PDU encrypts the password with this key and sends the encrypted text to server. Once this is done, the
server decrypts the password to perform authentication. To set SASL:
1. Make sure the Authentication Name field is the same as user name of the authenticated user.
Typically, the user name is the same as the Bind DN name, i.e., myuser.
2. In the Authentication Domain field, enter the Full Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the AD server.
i.e. domain1.mydomain.com
Refer to the following example for a correctly configured LDAP Settings dialog box:
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Once LDAP is configured, the PDU must understand for which group authentication occurs. A role must be created on
the PDU to reference a group within Active Directory (AD).
1. Within the Active Directory, create a group for the users that you wish to be PDU administrators.
i.e. PDUAdmins
2. Within the Web Interface, go to User Administration > Roles. Enter the Role Name that was created in AD.
i.e. PDUAdmins
3. Enable role privileges as needed.
4. LDAP authentication is ready to use. To test this, log out and back in as a user without Admin privileges.
Note: Be sure to login without a domain name.
System Administration
View/Save/Clear Event Log
1. Go to System Administration>View Event Log.
2. The View Event Log window opens.
3. Select an option from the following buttons:
• Refresh Log
• Clear Log
• Save Log
• Launch in New Window
4. Select Close when finished.
View /Save/Clear Data Log
1. Go to System Administration>View Data Log.
2. The View Data Log window opens.
3. Select an option from the following buttons:
• Refresh Log
• Clear Log
• Save Log
• Launch in New Window
4. Select Close when finished.
Firmware Maintenance
Update Firmware
View Firmware Update History
Connected Users
The EN Series device allows you to view connected users and user statuses on the Enlogic Web UI. Additionally,
ONLY users with Admin privileges can disconnect other user privileges.
1. Go to System Administration > Connected Users.
2. In the Connected Users dialog box, a list shows the connected users and the following information:
• User Name: The login name of each connected user.
• IP Address: The IP address of each user’s host. Not shown via a serial connection.
• Client Type: The interface that the user is connected through:the Web Interface, Telnet, FTP, or SSH.
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• Idle Time: The length of time (in 00h:00m:00s) that a user has been idle.
3. To disconnect a user, select the user name and press the Disconnect button. Select Yes at the confirmation prompt
to disconnect the user. Select No to keep the user logged in. Note: Only users with Admin privileges can disconnect
other users.
4. Select Close.
Diagnostics
Download Diagnostic Information
To Download PDU DIagnostic information, such as system information, outlet power status, network
information, etc:
1. Go to System Administration > Diagnostics > Download Diagnostic Information.
2. Click the Download Diagnostic Information button, shown below.
3. A file will open in a new window. (Filename: http://<ip address>/info/diaginfo.txt)
PDU Configuration File
To upload or download the Configuration file:
1. Go to System Administration > PDU Configuration File.
2. Download the current configuration file as a .ini file.
3. Select the new .ini file to upload. Make sure it is the same SKU number as the current model.
Device Information
Go to System Administration > Device Information to view specific information about the PDU, such as:
• PDU Information: SKU, Serial Number, Rating, Function Type, IP Addresses, Firmware Version
• Outlets: Outlet Number, Operating Voltage, Rated Current
• Circuit Breakers: CB Labels, Type, Rated Current, Protected Outlets
Network Card Reset
To reboot the Network Management Card (NMC) from the Web UI, a user must have ‘ network card reset’
privileges:
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Go to System Administration > Network Card Reset.
At the Reset Device dialog box, select OK.
A message and countdown dialog box show the remaining time until reset is complete.
When the reset is complete, the Login page opens. Proceed with login as required.
Help
Selecting the Help button from the Web Interface will redirect to www.enlogic.com. From here, go to www.enlogic.
com/manual to access the latest version of the User Manual. For additional information, select the Contact Us tab
and contact your regional support team.
Navigating the PDU Explorer
The PDU Explorer to the left of the screen displays a menu tree that details the Enlogic device being accessed and components
on or connected to this PDU, such as inlets, outlets, and environmental sensors.
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The list of connected PDUs will be displayed as folders in the dashboard. Each PDU folder contains the following
contents:
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pdu1
Input Phases
Circuit Breakers
External Sensors
Outlet Power Management (not available for EN1000 & EN2000 models)
Each content item can be viewed, managed, and edited from this section.
PDU
The PDU page displays the following attributes of the PDU. These can all be edited by selecting the “Value” cell
of each category setting.
• PDU Settings: PDU name, PDU location, PDU Coldstart Delay, Outlet State on Startup
• PDU Energy: Reset Energy, Reset Outlet Energy
• PDU Attribute: MAC Address, Rating, Resettable Energy Meter, Active Power Value, Active Power Status
Input Phases
Editing Input Phase Settings
To change the Input Phase settings and alarm notifications,
1. Select Status, Setting link. Note: this link is “Normal” by default.
2. In the Input Phase Current Phase Alarm Setting dialog boxes, change the fields as needed:
• Lower Critical (A)
• Lower Warning (A)
• Upper Warning (A)
• Upper Critical (A)
• Reset Threshold (A)
• Alarm State Change Delay (samples)
3. Select Save when finished.
Circuit Breakers
Viewing Circuit Breaker Data
Some models of Enlogic PDUs have two circuit breakers, others have six circuit breakers, and customized
models may have any number. To view details about each circuit breaker on the PDU click “Circuit Breakers” on
the PDU Explorer to open the Circuit Breakers Data Panel. If a circuit breaker is tripped, an alarm will be displayed
on the dashboard and on the Status setting of the Circuit Breakers Data Panel. Note: this does not apply to EN1000
and EZ1000 models.
The below information will be displayed for each circuit breaker on the Circuit Breakers Data Panel:
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Circuit ID: given automatically by the system.
Status, Setting:
Current, RMS (A): RMS current in amps
Rating (A): The circuits amp rating. This information is also found in the System Administration > Device Information > Circuit Breakers tab.
• Remaning Capacity (A) = Rating(A) minus Current, RMS (A)
• Input Phases: Indicates the input phase the circuit breaker is on. L1 indicates that the circuit breaker
is on input line 1.
• Connected Outlets: Indicates the outlets that are connected to each individual circuit breaker. These
cannot be edited.
Setting Circuit Breaker Alarms
The EN Series PDU will send alert notifications when a circuit breaker amperage crosses above or below the
settings you specify in the Circuit Breaker Alarms configuration:
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1. Choose the Circuit Breaker from the PDU Explorer.
2. In the data panel, click the Status, Setting linke of the circuit breaker to configure. The Circuit Breaker Current
Alarm Setting dialog will display.
3. Select and enter the appropriate thresholds in amps and then click Save.
• Lower Critical (A)
• Lower Warning (A)
• Upper Warning (A)
• Upper Critical (A)
• Reset Threshold (A)
Example when a reset threshold is useful…The current critical threshold for the input phase is set
to 19 amps (A). The current draw rises to 20A, triggering a Current Critical alert. The current then
continues to fluctuate between 18.1A and 20A. With the reset threshold set to 1A, the pdu continues
to indicate that the current on the input phase is above critical. Without a reset threshold (that is, the
reset threshold is set to zero), the pdu would de-assert the condition each time the current dropped to
18.9A, and re-assert the condition each time the current reached 19A or higher. With the fluctuating
current, this could result in a number of repeating SNMP traps, and/or an emailaccount full of repeating SMTP alert notifications.
• Alarm State Change Delay (samples)
If enabled, the PDU asserts any warning or critical condition only after a specified number of consecutive samples that cross a particular threshold are generated. This prevents a number of threshold
alerts from being generated if the measurements return to normal immediately after rising above an
upper threshold or dropping below a lower threshold.
4. Repeat steps 1 - 3 for all circuit breakers.
External Sensors
The External Sensors section of the PDU Explorer displays connected sensors and the following information
about the sensor:
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ID
Type
Status, Setting
Value
Serial No.
Aisle
Name
Description
Location
Action
Outlet Power Management
With the EN Series PDU you can customize each outlet and view all circuit breaker to outlet associations
through the Enlogic Web UI. On certain EN Series models, outlets can be remotely turned on/off.
Naming an Outlet
1. In the PDU Explorer, expand the Outlets Power Management folder by clicking the icon.
2. Select the outlet to name. In the data panel, select the value field for the Outlet Name.
3. Delete the default name and type the new name.
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4. Press Enter.
Setting All Outlet Default States Upon Startup of EN2000 and EN6000 Series PDUs
The EN2000 and EN6000 Series PDUs allow the user to determine the initial power status of the entire bank of
outlets upon PDU power up.
1. Select the PDU folder from the PDU Explorer.
2. Select the Setup button.
3. In the PDU settings dialog box, chose a selection from the Outlet State On PDU Startup dropdown menu:
• On: this will turn all outlets on upon initial startup
• Off: this will turn all outlets off upon initial startup
• Last Known: this will restore all outlets to the last known power states before the device was shut
down
Setting the Outlet Default State for Individual Outlets on EN2000 and EN6000 Series PDUs
The EN2000 and EN6000 Series PDUs allow you to determine the initial power status of an individual outlet
upon power up.
1. Expand the Outlets folder. Select the individual outlet from the PDU Explorer.
2. Select an option from the dropdown in the State on Startup Row:
• On: this will turn an outlet on upon initial startup
• Off: this will turn an outlet off upon initial startup
• Last Known: this will restore outlets to the last known power states before the device was shut down
Switching an Outlet On or Off on EN2000 and EN6000 Series PDUs
(This is only applicable to outlet-switched PDUs).
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• Outlets on the switched PDU models in the EN2000 series and the EN6000 series are easily switched
on, switched off, or power cycled. This action does require that the Switch Outlet permission is
enabled in the user profile. (By default, admins and standard users have this permission).
Select the Outlet Power Management Folder from the Enlogic PDU Explorer.
In the Outlet Power Management Panel, select the outlet that must be switched on, switched off, or reboot.
Select the desired Power Control from the dropdown menu.
Select Apply.
Setting the Outlet Power On/Off Delay for EN2000 and EN6000 Series PDUs.
(This is only applicable to outlet-switched PDUs).
When the PDU is turned ON, outlets will consecutively power on from Outlet 1 to the highest available outlet
number. With the EN6000 series PDUs.
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Select the Outlet Power Management Folder from the PDU Explorer.
Select the outlet(s) for which to set a delay.
Using the Power Control dropdown menu, select the control: On Delayed or Off Delayed.
Select Apply.
To configure the length of delay, select the Outlet name from the PDU Explorer.
In the On Delay or Off Delay row, enter the length of delay (in seconds) in the Value column.
To Edit the length of reboot duration of individual outlets,
1. Select the outlet from the Outlet Power Control Folder.
2. Enter a value (between 5 and 60 seconds) in the Reboot Duration row.
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Section 4: SNMP
SNMP or Simple Network Management Protocol can be used to manage the EN Series PDU(s) remotely.
SNMP Configuration
1. Go to Device Configuration > Network Services > SNMP.
2. In the General Tab of the SNMP Settings dialog, select the enable box in the SNMP v1/v2c field to allow
communication with an SNMP manager.
3. Complete the Read Community String and Write Community String in the corresponding fields. (Typically, the Read
Community and the Write community are public.)
4. Select the enable checkbox in the SNMP v3 section, to allow for secure communication with an SNMP manager
using SNMP v3 protocol.
5. Complete the MIB-II System Group section by entering the sysContact, sysName, and sysLocation.
6. Select OK to save the changes.
Configuring Users for Encrypted SNMP v3
SNMP v3 protocol allows for encrypted communication. To enable SNMP v3 for a user, you must have SNMP Setting Privileges:
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Go to User Administration > Users
Highlight the user that requires the SNMPv3 permissions.
Select the Edit button.
Select the SNMPv3 tab to enable and configure SNMPv3 access and enter the desired settings:
• Select the“Enable SNMPv3 access” checkbox. (Leave this box blank to restrict SNMP access).
• Choose a Security Level from the dropdown menu:
• NoAuthNoPriv: No authentication and no privacy. This is the default.
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• AuthPriv: Authentication and privacy.
• Either select “Use Password as Authentication Phrase” or enter a new unique password to be
used for authentication and then enter the new pass phrase again for confimration in the Confirm
Authenticatinon Pass Phrase field.
• Either select “Use Authentication Pass Phrase as Privacy Pass Phrase,” to use the user’s authentication
pass phrase as their privacy pass phrase, or enter a new pass phrase for privacy in the fields provided:
Privacy Pass Phrase, and Confirm Privacy Pass Phrase.
Configuring SNMP Traps
The EN Series PDU keeps an internal log of all events. These events can be used to send SNMP traps to a third party manager. To
setup the PDU to send SNMP traps.
Configuring SNMP Trap Settings
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Go to Device Configuration > Network Services > SNMP
Click the Traps tab in the SNMP Settings dialog box.
Select the enable the System SNMP Trap Event Rule checkbox.
Enter an IP address or host name, a port, and a community name in the fields provided.
• IP Address is the address to which traps are sent by the SNMP system agent.
• Port is the communication port number.
• Community is the group representing the PDU and SNMP management stations.
5. Select OK to save and exit.
Note: For SNMP Trap Settings to take effect, you must set the Rule Settings as follows:
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Configuring SNMP Traps
1. Go to Device Configuration > Event Rules.
2. Select the desired Event Actions by selecting the checkbox in the Event Action Setting Menu Tree.
3. The “Send SNMP Trap” check box MUST be selected for each corresponding event.
Note: Deselect this box to configure the rule without sending SNMP traps.
4. Select Save after all Event Rules had been configured.
Downloading the SNMP MIB
To use an SNMP manager, the EN Series PDU requires the SNMP MIB file. The MIB file describes the SNMP functions and shows
the custom objects that describe the system at the individual and outlet level. Download the MIB file from the Enlogic Web UI.
Downloading the SNMP MIB:
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Go to Device Configuration > Network Services > SNMP or go to System Administration > Device Information.
In the PDU Information tab, right click the “Download” link for the PDU-MIB.
Select “Save target as”, and save the file to the desired location.
Import the file into the SNMP Manager.
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Section 5: The Command Line Interface
The Command Line Interface (CLI) is an alternate method used to manage and control the PDU status and parameters, as well as
basic admin functions. Through the CLI a user can:
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Reset the PDU
Display PDU and network properties
Configure the PDU and network settings
Switch outlets on/off
View user information
The CLI can be accessed over a serial connection using a program such as HyperTerminal, or through a Telnet or SSH client such
as PuTTY.
Logging in with HyperTerminal
To login through HyperTerminal, set the COM settings to the following parameters:
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Bits per second: 115200
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
For more information on logging in through HyperTerminal, refer to the “Conneting with a Serial Connection” instructions on
page 14 of this manual (Section 2).
Logging in with SSH or Telnet
1. Ensure SSH or Telnet has been enabled: go to Device Configuration > Network Service > Telnet (or SSH). Select the
Enable Telnet (or SSH) Access checkbox. Select OK.
2. Open an SSH or Telnet client (PuTTY).
3. Enter the IP address with the Host Name field. Select the connection type: SSH or Telnet.
• For Telnet, enter 23 in the Port field.
• For SSH, enter 22 in the Port field.
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4. Select Open.
5. Enter your Username. Press Enter.
6. Enter your password. Press Enter.
7. You are now logged into the Telnet or SSH. Refer to the CLI Commands table below for available commands.
Note: Telnet/SSH connection is not available when serial connection is enabled.
CLI Commands and Prompts
CLI Options
To display a list of available options in the CLI, enter ‘?’. This will display the 4 main categories of command options
available: sys, net, usr, dev.
ENLOGIC>?
sys
PDU system configure and setting
net
PDU net application configure and setting
usr
PDU user operation
dev
PDU device setting
To display a list of options available for one of the menus (either sys, net, usr, or dev), enter the menu command
and press enter. (Note: You can also enter the menu command with ‘?’ to show a list of commands.) For example,
to see the system options available:
ENLOGIC>sys?
sys: local system setting
usage:
sys [date/time/ntp] [2012-09-11/14:16:20/121.100.61.4]
sys [ver/def/rst]
sys upd [lan/ser]
sys conf
sys log del [event/data]
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‘E Code’ Messages
An E Code appears after a command is entered. The E Code represents success or failure of an executable
command. The following table describes the E Codes:
E Code
Description
E000
Success
E801
Reboot Required to Implement Change
E802
Failure
E803
Command Not Found
E804
Parameter Error
E806
Authorization Failure
E80a
User does not exist
E80b
SKU does not exist
E80e
Privilege Error
CLI Commands Table
The following is a list of executable commands available in the CLI. The commands are divided into 4 main
categories: System (sys), Network (net), User (usr), and Device (dev).
System Commands
Command
Description
Example
sys (or sys?)
Displays system options
ENLOGIC>sys
E800
sys: local system setting
usage:
sys [date/time/ntp] [2012-09-11/14:16:20/133.100.11.8]
sys [ver/def/rst]
sys upd [lan/ser]
sys conf
sys log del [event/data]
sys date
Displays current date
ENLOGIC>sys date
E000
Date:2013-01-11
Time:10:58:01
sys time
Displays current time
ENLOGIC>sys time
E000
Date:2013-01-11
Time:10:58:01
sys date yyyy-mm-dd
Sets date
ENLOGIC>sys date yyyy-mm-dd
E000
Date:2013-04-10
Time:11:03:18
sys time hh:mm:ss
Sets time
ENLOGIC>sys time hh:mm:ss
E000
sys ntp
Sets link to network clock for
automatic date/time keeping
ENLOGIC>sys ntp
sys ntp 133.100.11.8
result : E000
sys ver
Displays version information of the
PDU operating system
ENLOGIC>sys ver
E000
Firmware Version 6.d0
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Command
sys config start
Description
Example
Uploads the configuration file via
the serial connection
ENLOGIC> sys config start
E801
PDU will enter into configure file upload mode after reboot.
System Reboot now, Are you sure?(Y/N):
*Must use hyperterminal as serial
connection tool.
Jump to system space ...
Enter Configure Upload Mode with Ymodem Protocol ...
Exit Automatically if idle mode lasts 30 Seconds
CCCCCCCCCCCCC
After following the screen
instruction to press “Y” to continue,
(after send config file completed)
select the file in the hyperterminal
Do you want to apply configure file now?(Y/N)
browser and make sure that transfer
protocol is “Y modem”.
ENLOGIC> sys def
E800
Press reset button 8 seconds to finish PDU configuration recover
Press any key to cancel ...
sys def
Restores PDU to factory default
sys rst
ENLOGIC> sys rst
Reboots the NMC card
*Command does not affect switched E801
System Reboot now, Are you sure?(Y/N):
outlets
sys upd lan
Updates firmware
To update via LAN
*Must update via LAN or Serial
connection. To update via LAN, the
firmware bin file must be uploaded
via FTP.
To update via Serial
sys upd ser
ENLOGIC> sys upd lan
E801
system will enter upgrade mode after reboot
System Reboot now, Are you sure?(Y/N):
ENLOGIC> sys upd ser
E801
system will enter upgrade mode after reboot
System Reboot now, Are you sure?(Y/N):
Enter PDU Serial upgrade mode
Waiting for upgrade file to be sent
Make sure transfer with Y modem protocol
PDU will enter system operation if idle mode lasts 60 Seconds
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC
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sys log
Shows status of data logging
ENLOGIC> sys log
E000
Data logging is running
sys log del
Deletes event log or data log
ENLOGIC> sys log del
E000
Data logging is running
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Network Commands
Command
Description
Example
net (or net?)
Displays the network options
available
ENLOGIC> net
E800
net: network configuration command
usage:
net [telnet/ssh/ftp/http/] [open/close]
net [mac/tcpip [dhcp/static ipaddr netmaskaddr gatwayaddr]]
net telnet
net ftp
net ssh
net http
Displays status of the desired
communication link
ENLOGIC> net ftp
E000
FTP Port: 21
FTP is running
net telnet open/close
net ftp open/close
net ssh open/close
net http open/close
Enable (open) or disable (close)
network services
To open HTTP
ENLOGIC> net http open
E801
WEB protocol is changed, Please reboot to validate
System Reboot now, Are you sure?(Y/N):
To close FTP
ENLOGIC> net ftp close
E000
net tcpip
Shows the current IP address
ENLOGIC> net tcpip
E000
IPv4 Addr: 10.2.55.21
net tcpip dhcp
Sets the PDU to use DHCP IP
addressing
ENLOGIC> net tcpip dhcp
E801
Network is reconfigured, Please reboot to validate
System Reboot now, Are you sure?(Y/N):
net tcpip static
Sets the PDU to use static IP
addressing
ENLOGIC> net tcpip static 192.168.1.49 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1
E801
Network is reconfigured, Please reboot to validate
System Reboot now, Are you sure?(Y/N):
*Must specify IP address, net mask,
gateway address
net mac
Displays the mac address
ENLOGIC> net mac
E000
MAC Addr: C8-45-44-58-24-23
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Device Commands
Command
Description
Example
dev (or dev?)
Displays dev options
ENLOGIC> dev
E800
dev: device setting
usage:
dev [usb/daisy] [open/close]
dev [outlet] [status/idx]
dev usb
Displays status of USB port
ENLOGIC>dev usb
E000
USB is open
dev daisy
Displays number of PDU units in the
daisy chain
ENLOGIC> dev daisy
E000
daisychain unit number : 2
dev usb open
Opens (activates) the USB port
dev usb close
Closes (deactivates) the usb port
ENLOGIC>dev usb open
E000
dev outlet status
Shows the status of switched outlets ENLOGIC>dev outlet status
either closed (outlet switched on) or E000
Relay Outlet Status
open ( switched off)
Outlet# 1:Open Outlet# 2:Close Outlet# 3:Open Outlet# 4:Open
Outlet# 5:Open Outlet# 6:Open
dev outlet PDU-id
outlet-index off/on
Switches individual outlet on or off
To switch PDU 1, outlet 10 off
ENLOGIC> dev outlet 1 10 off
E000
To switch PDU 2, outlet 4 on
ENLOGIC> dev outlet 2 4 on
result : E000
dev sensor
dev beacon on/off
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Lists the sensors connected to the
PDU
ENLOGIC> dev sensor
Sensor Count:2
name type SN
T1
Temp A23MB1142
RH
HUMI A23MB1155
Turns the beacon on or off
ENLOGIC> dev beacon on
E000
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User Commands
Command
Description
Example
usr
Shows current user login
information
ENLOGIC> usr
E000
User : admin
usr?
Shows user command options
ENLOGIC>usr?
user: user information and setting
usage:
usr [list][unlock name]
usr list
Shows all local user information
ENLOGIC> usr list
E000
Usr
Password
Role
==================================================
admi
********
admin
user
********
user
John
*********
admin
Jane
**********
user
Note: Refer to the Daisy Chain and DNA section of this manual for a list of commands for use in Enlogic DNA mode.
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Section 6: Environmental Sensors
The EN Series PDU can monitor environmental conditions with Enlogic’s environmental sensors. Environmental Sensors are
connected to the EN Series PDU through the RJ45 connection or through the Sensor Input Hub which can connect up to three
additional environmental sensors. The following environmental sensors are available:
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Alarm Beacon
Temperature Sensor
Temperature and Humidity Sensor
(3) Temperature + (1) Humidity Sensor
Sensor Input Hub
Door Switch Sensor
Dry Contact Cable
Spot Fluid Leak Sensor
Rope Fluid Leak Sensor
Smoke Sensor
Sensor Overview
For detailed specifications of each environmental sensor refer to Appendix C of this manual.
Sensor
SKU
Description
Alarm Beacon
9101
Enlogic’s Alarm Beacon is designed to create a visible alarm notification of a
trouble condition (or other user-defined situation) in an effort to notify personnel
quickly and efficiently. The Alarm Beacon can be extended (up to 30.5 m) using a
standard RJ-45 coupling.
Temperature Sensor
9102
The temperature sensor monitors the temperature in the Data Center (or Network
Closet) and transfers the information to the control center.
Temperature and
Humidity Sensor
9103
The Temperature and Humidity Sensor Monitors the temperature and Relative
Humidity in the Data Center and transfers the data to the control center.
3-Temperature +
1-Humidy Sensor
9105
The (3) Temperature and (1) Humidity Sensor Monitors 3 temperature probes and 1
Relative Humidity probe in the Data Center and transfers the data to the control center.
Sensor Input Hub
9106
Allows 3 environmental sensors to be connected through one port.
Door Switch Sensor
9109
Enlogic’s Door Switch Sensor is designed to send an alarm or notification signal
when the door on which is installed had been opened more than 10mm. This
provides added security.
9110
Enlogic’s Dry Contact Cable is designed to monitor conditions such moisture
detection, motion, door sensor, and access through external dry contact sensors.
This allows for convenient control of vital datacenter and IT equipment with
minimal effort quickly and efficiently. The dry contact cable can be extended (up
to 30.5 m) using a standard RJ-45 coupling.
Spot Fluid Leak Sensor
9111
Spot fluid sensor monitors a remote location for the presence of any liquid with
resistivity of less than 2M Ohms per cm (including distilled water) and transfers
the data to the control center. Note: Always place the spot fluid sensor on the
provided insulator sheet to avoid shorting the contacts. The Spot fluid sensor can
short when the sensor is placed on a metal surface, or other material that may be
conductive and grounded (such as cement floor that is wet).
Rope Fluid Leak Sensor
9112
The Rope Fluid Leak Sensor monitors for early detection of liquid with a resistivity of less than 2M Ohms per cm (including distilled water) in the monitored area
along the entire length of the rope.
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Adding Environmental Sensors
Enlogic Environmental Sensors allow users and administrators to monitor, report, and alarm specific conditions in and around a
PDU, Inline Meter, and server rack. Conditions such as temperature, humidity, leak, and switches are vital aspects of maintaining
an efficient-working data center atmosphere.
Enlogic PDUs and Inline Meters are designed to collect a maximum of 6 environmental sensor measurements each. For example,
the 3 Temperature & 1 Humidity sensor (model EA9105) collects 4 sensor measurements. The 1 Temperature & 1 Humidity
sensor (model EA9103) collects 2 sensor measurements. All other Enlogic sensors collect 1 sensor measurement each.
Note: The 3 Temperature & 1 Humidity sensor (model EA9105) can only be plugged directly into the Sensor 1 or Sensor 2 port on
the PDU or Inline Meter. It is not recommended to plug EA9105 directly into the Sensor Hub (model EA9106).
1. Plug the environmental sensor into the PDU through the RJ45 connection or the Sensor Input Hub.
Note: It may take between 1-3 minutes (depending on model and configuration) for PDU to recognize the sensor.
2. Log in to the Enlogic Web UI. The sensors should be identified and displayed.
3. Identify each sensor through the serial number in the External Sensors section of the Enlogic Web UI.
4. Make sure that the EN Series PDU begins to automatically manage sensors. If the sensors are not auto managed,
refer to the Managing Environmental Sensors section of this manual.
5. Select the Setup button to configure the sensor name, description, location, and alarm setup. Refer to the
Configuring Environmental Sensors section of this manual for more information.
Alarm Beacon Sensor Installation Instructions
EA9101
1. Attach the Alarm Beacon to the top of the rack using the attached magnet or M5 screws.
2. Connect the network cable (EW00133) to the Alarm Beacon. Thread this cable down through the rack.
3. Plug the other end of the network cable into the Sensor 1 or Sensor 2 port on the PDU/Inline Energy Meter or the
Sensor Hub (model EA9106).
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Temperature & Humidity Sensor Installation Instructions
EA9102, EA9103, & EA9105
1. Secure the sensor box to the perforated rack enclosure door by threading a cable tie through the recessed channel
in the sensor box and through the door.
Note: There are two recessed channels on the back of the sensor box which also includes a magnet to help secure
the sensor.
2. Secure the RJ45 cable along the desired path to the PDU using the remaining cable ties.
3. For the 3 Temperature & 1 Humidity sensor (model EA9105) only: Secure the two additional temperature probes
near the top and the bottom of the perforated rack enclosure door using the cable ties.
4. Use the RJ45 Quick Disconnect Coupler and an Ethernet cable to extend the length of the sensor input cable and/or
to serve as an easy disconnect point for rack door removal. Refer to the EN Series User Manual for instructions on
how to create custom cord lengths using the RJ45 Quick Disconnect Coupler.
Note: Use either the 1.8m Ethernet cable included with the Enlogic sensor or any other CAT5 or CAT6 Ethernet cable
with a standard RJ45 plug.
5. Plug the sensor cable (or the connected Ethernet cable) into the Sensor 1 or Sensor 2 port on the PDU/Inline
Energy Meter or the Sensor Hub (model EA9106). It may take 1-3 minutes (depending on the model and
configuration) for the PDU recognize the sensor.
Note: Only plug the 3 Temperature & 1 Humidity sensor (model EA9105) directly into the Sensor 1 or Sensor 2 port.
It is not recommended to plug this sensor into the Sensor Hub (model EA9106).
6. The Enlogic sensor is now installed and ready for use.
Sensor Input Hub Installation Instructions
EA9106
1. Secure the sensor box to the perforated rack enclosure door by threading a cable tie through the recessed channel
in the sensor box and through the door.
Note: There are two recessed channels on the back of the sensor box which also includes a magnet to help secure
the sensor.
2. Secure the RJ45 cable along the desired path to the PDU using the remaining cable ties.
3. For the 3 Temperature & 1 Humidity sensor (model EA9105) only: Secure the two additional temperature probes
near the top and the bottom of the perforated rack enclosure door using the cable ties.
4. Use the RJ45 Quick Disconnect Coupler and an Ethernet cable to extend the length of the sensor input cable and/or
to serve as an easy disconnect point for rack door removal. Refer to the EN Series User Manual for instructions on
how to create custom cord lengths using the RJ45 Quick Disconnect Coupler.
Note: Use either the 1.8m Ethernet cable included with the Enlogic sensor or any other CAT5 or CAT6 Ethernet cable
with a standard RJ45 plug.
5. Plug the sensor cable (or the connected Ethernet cable) into the Sensor 1 or Sensor 2 port on the PDU/Inline
Energy Meter or the Sensor Hub (model EA9106).
Note: Only plug the 3 Temperature & 1 Humidity sensor (model EA9105) directly into the Sensor 1 or Sensor 2 port.
It is not recommended to plug this sensor into the Sensor Hub (model EA9106).
Door Switch Sensor Installation Instructions
EA9109
Top Door Mounting Option
1. Attach the Door Switch assembly to the top of the rack using the Adhesive backed mount and cable ties.
2. Attach the Switch Sensor to the top corner of the rack (on the side that the rack door will close) using double-sided
tape. Secure the cable to the top of the rack using cable ties.
3. Attach the Magnetic Sensor to the rack door using double-sided tape.
4. Thread the sensor connection cable through the rack. Secure the cable with cable ties. Plug the cable into a sensor
port on the PDU.
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Door Switch Assembly
Switch Sensor
Magnetic Sensor
Connection cable
plugged into PDU
5. Log into the Web Interface, Telnet, or Serial to manage the Door Sensor alarm and notification settings. The sensor
is designed to alarm if the door is opened more than 10mm.
Inside Door Mounting Option
1. Attach the Door Switch assembly to the top of the rack using the Adhesive backed mount and cable ties.
2. Attach the Switch Sensor to the inside of the rack (on the side that the rack door will close) using 4 screws
(FS00041). Secure the cable to the top of the rack using cable ties.
3. Attach the Magnetic Sensor to the rack door using screws.
4. Thread the sensor connection cable through the rack. Secure the cable with cable ties. Plug the cable into a sensor
port on the PDU.
5. Log into the Web Interface, Telnet, or Serial to manage the Door Sensor alarm and notification settings. The sensor
is designed to alarm if the door is opened more than 10mm.
Door Mounting Option
1. Attach the Door Switch assembly to the top of a door jamb using the Adhesive backed mount and cable ties.
2. Attach the Switch Sensor to the door (on the side that the rack door will close) using the 4 screws (FS00041).
Secure the cable to the top of the rack using cable ties.
3. Attach the Magnetic Sensor to the rack door using screws. (See below.)
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4. Thread the sensor connection cable through the rack. Secure the cable with cable ties. Plug the cable into a sensor
port on the PDU.
5. Log into the Web Interface, Telnet, or Serial to manage the Door Sensor alarm and notification settings. The sensor
is designed to alarm if the door is opened more than 10mm.
Dry Contact Cable Installation Instructions
EA9110
1. Attach the open wire leads on the dry contact cable to a dry contact sensor.
Refer to instructions for the dry contact sensor for this step.
2. Connect the RJ-45 jack of the Enlogic Dry Contact Cable to a sensor port on the PDU,Inline Energy Meter, or Sensor
Hub (model EA9106).
3. Go to the Enlogic Web UI to setup specific conditions to monitor and alarm for this sensor.
Spot Fluid Leak Sensor Installation Instructions
EA9111
1. Place the fluid sensor on the surface to be monitored. Secure the cable using cable ties and/or adhesive mounts.
Note: The Spot Fluid Leak Sensor uses electronic circuits to detect the presence of liquid. Certain materials, such as metal
surfaces or cement floor, may activate a false leak signal. To avoid this occurrence, place the sensor on the installation pad,
(provided). The installation pad is best installed on a clean, dry surface.
2. Plug the RJ-45 cable into a sensor port on the Enlogic PDU, Inline Energy Meter, or Sensor Hub (model EA9106)
3. Go to the Enlogic Web UI to setup specific conditions to monitor and alarm for this sensor.
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Rope Fluid Leak Sensor Installation Instructions
EA9112
Note: The wire mount, shown here, is for installation on the
floor or ground surface. This MUST be used in the detection
area.
If mounting to a cabinet or wall, use the adhesive-backed
mount (provided). The adhesive-backed mount in the
detection area may prevent or delay leakage notification.
1. Connect the RJ-45 jack on the Rope Fluid Leak Sensor assembly to a sensor port on the Enlogic PDU, Inline Energy
Meter, or Sensor Hub (model EA9106).
2. Thread the Rope Fluid Leak Sensor cable (EW00253) through the rack and along the desired path of detection.
Note: Up to 5 Rope Fluid Leak Sensor Cables can be connected to lengthen the detection zone. These can be
purchased through Enlogic.
3. Secure the Rope Fluid Leak Sensor cable to the rack and ground using the cable ties and/or adhesive mounting
strips provided.
Detecting Environmental Sensors
The sensor serial number is listed in the Enlogic Web UI when the sensor is detected. To identify each detected environmental
sensor:
1. Expand the PDU folder to show all components and groups.
2. Select External Sensors to view the External Sensors page the right pane.
3. Confirm that the serial number on the sensor device matches the number in the sensor table.
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Configuring Environmental Sensors
To configure the sensor name, location, alarms, notifications, and details, open up the Web UI:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Expand the PDU folder to show all components and groups.
Select External Sensors to view the External Sensors page the right pane.
Select the sensor to configure.
Select Setup.
In the Setup dialog box, enter a sensor name, description, and location.
Enter a new name in the Name field.
If the selected environmental sensor has alarm or threshold settings available, set the Alarm Setup by selecting the
sensor and selecting Edit. Select OK to set the new Alarm threshold.
8. Select OK to exit the sensor setup. Repeat this process for additional sensors.
Viewing and Managing Environmental Sensor Information
Readings of the environmental sensors are available in the Enlogic Web UI when they are connected properly.
The main Dashboard page shows the information for managed environmental sensors only. The External Sensors page shows the
information for both of managed and unmanaged sensors.
To view managed environmental sensors:
1. Open the Dashboard.
2. View the External Sensors section on the Dashboard page to see:
• Number of managed sensors
• Number of unmanaged sensors
• Information of each managed sensor: sensor name, location, and measurement.
To view managed and unmanaged sensors:
1. Expand the PDU folder to show all components and groups.
2. Select External Sensors to view the External Sensors page the right pane.
3. Detailed information for each connected sensor is displayed:
• ID
• Type
• Status, setting
• Value
• Serial number
• Aisle
• Name
• Description
• Location
• Action
Editing the External Sensor Details
1.
2.
3.
4.
Expand the PDU folder to show all components and groups.
In the External Sensor section, select the sensor to edit.
Select Edit in the Action field.
Enter new data in the following fields:
• Aisle (Hot or Cold)
• Name
• Description
• Location
5. Select Save.
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Monitoring the External Sensor
You can view the sensor details, including name, location, value, status, etc. The external sensor status can be viewed using the
Enlogic Management Software. From the Dashboard, go to the External Sensors section, or expand the PDU folder and select the
desired external sensor to view details. The sensor details are also available using the basic Web Interface.
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Section 7: Daisy Chain & DNA–Dual Network Access
Daisy-Chain Functionality
In daisy chain mode (also known as QNA: Quad Network Access), up to four (4) PDUs can be connected via one (1) IP address.
This allows users to gather information and data of all daisy-chained PDUs from the master PDU.
The daisy chain functionality reduces network services cost for PDUs. For example, a standard network switch used in a data
center may contain 24 ports. Without using the daisy chain function, each port would supply network services to one (1) PDU.
However, if using the daisy chain features of Enlogic, a typical network switch with 24 ports can supply network services for up to
96 PDUs.
Daisy-Chain Setup
To connect up to 4 PDUs of the same SKU through a single IP address:
1. Configure the PDU that will be first in line on the Daisy Chain.
Note: Refer to the Network Configuration section of this manual for more information.
2. After the initial PDU is configured, connect an Ethernet cord from the Rs485-2 port on the configured PDU to the
Serial+Rs485-1 port on the second PDU in the daisy chain line.
3. Repeat step 2, connecting PDUs from the Rs485-2 port to the Serial+Rs485-1 port for up to 4 PDUs.
Note: The total length of the Ethernet cords connecting the PDUs must be less than 15 m (49 ft).
4. By default, the Daisy Chain command is enabled in the PDU configuration file and default mode of the PDU is QNA.
Go to the web interface (or management software) to manage and control the PDUs in the Daisy Chain.
DNA (Dual Network Access) Functionality
Enlogic DNA allows for secure access of PDU data and statistics on 2 separate, private networks. DNA must be used with a
redundant power delivery design including two rack PDUs for each IT rack. PDUs used in DNA applications must be the same SKU.
How it Works
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Using Enlogic DNA, the landlord and tenant maintain two separate private networks that do not overlap.
Enlogic DNA works using a redundant power delivery design (i.e., two rack PDUs for each IT rack).
Each PDU is separately connected to the Tenant or Landlord’s private communications network.
The two PDUs are connected with a data communications bus to allow PDUs to share user-defined information.
Each PDU acts like a master PDU to report PDU data to both networks.
Power Source A
Tenant PDU 1
Power Source B
Tenant PDU 2
Landlord (or Facilities Management)
LAN Network
(with limited permissions/access to
power and environmental data)
Information from both PDUs
RS485 Daisy Chain
shares information between PDUs
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DNA Setup
To setup DNA mode on two PDUs, the user must (1) configure the PDUs for DNA Mode (using CLI or Enlogic PCT) and then
(2) connect the LAN Network cords and Ethernet cords between PDUs
To Configure DNA Mode in the CLI
1. Login to the CLI and enter the command ‘dev daisy dna’.
2. The following message will appear:
E801
System Reboot now, Are you sure? (Y/N)
3. Enter Y to confirm reboot.
4. After reboot, the PDU will be setup to DNA Mode.
5. Repeat this process for the second PDU.
To Configure DNA Mode in the PCT
1. O
pen the Enlogic PCT tool. Select the region.
2. Create a new conf.ini file by selecting the new button(
). Or edit an existing conf.ini file by selecting the load
button ( ).
3. Go to Config Settings>Device Configuration>Daisy Mode.
4. Be default, this is set to QNA (Daisy Chain) Mode. Select DNA. Select OK.
5. Save the new conf.ini file. Follow the steps below to upload the new Configuration file using the PCT.
Note: the new Configuration can also be uploaded to the PDU using a USB, through the web interface, or the
Enlogic software.
To upload the new Configuration file using the PCT:
1. In the PCT Tool, go to Firmware Maintenance>Update Firmware.
2. Select the IP Address range of the PDUs to be configured for DNA. Select Discover.
Note: The Read Community String must be the same as the PDUs.
3. When the PDUs are in the list, select the check box next to the IP Addresses.
4. Select the button next to the Config section and browse to the newly created conf.ini file.
5. Enter the username and password for those PDUs. Select Upload.
6. When the Configuration file is uploaded, the PDUs will reboot.
7. Both PDUs are now setup in DNA Mode.
To Connect the PDUs for DNA Setup
After the PDUs are configured for DNA:
1. Connect an Ethernet cable from the Landlord LAN Network to the Ethernet port of the first PDU. This will have
limited access/permissions.
2. Connect an Ethernet cable from the Tenant LAN Network to the Ethernet port of the second PDU. This will have
full access to both PDUs.
3. Connect an Ethernet cable from the Serial+Rs485-1 port on first PDU to the RS485-2 port on the second PDU.
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4. Connect another Ethernet cable from the Rs485-2 port on the first PDU to the Serial+Rs485-1 port on the second
PDU, as shown below:
5. In DNA mode, the default account username is ‘landlord’ and password is ‘12345678’. This account is configured for
proper access and control in DNA mode.
6. To enable this account, login to the CLI with admin credentials.
7. Enter the command ‘dev daisy dna init’.
8. The following message will appear to confirm the landlord account is enabled: E000
9. DNA is now configured and enabled.
Daisy Chain & DNA Commands in CLI
The following is a list of executable commands available in the CLI for Enlogic DNA use only
DNA Commands
Command
Description
Example
dev daisy dna
Changes mode from daisy chain to
DNA
ENLOGIC> dev daisy dna
E001
System Reboot now, Are you sure?(Y/N):
dev daisy qna
Changes mode from DNA to daisy
chain
ENLOGIC> dev daisy qna
E001
System Reboot now, Are you sure?(Y/N):
dev daisy dna init
Enable preconfigured user account
(landlord role) for DNA mode
ENLOGIC> dev daisy dna init
E000
OR
E80E (error shown if command used when PDU is not in DNA
mode)
OR
E802 (users's record is out of range: error shown when the 16th
user account or role is existing)
Note: This command can only be
used when the PDU is in DNA mode.
dev daisy dna init create
Replaces the 16th configured user
account and role to landlord in DNA
mode
Note: This command can only be
used when the PDU is in DNA mode.
Note: The PDU allows for 16 user
accounts/roles. In DNA mode, if
16 user accounts/roles exist, use
this command to force/create the
landlord role/account and overwrite
the 16th account/role.
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E000
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Appendix A: EN Series Bracket Mounting Info
When mounting your EN Series PDU, refer to the table below for specific mounting requirements and to see if a separate bracket
kit is required for proper mounting.
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Manufacturer
Models
Separate Bracket Kit
Required?
Note
APC
Netshelter SX
No
Mount Enlogic PDU directly in rack
Chatsworth
Terraframe
Yes
Mount using Chatsworth Power Strip Lashing Bracket, part
number 35086-C02 for 42U rack or 35086-Cxx for others
Chatsworth
Globalframe
Yes
Mount using L-shape PDU brackets that are included with rack.
Note: mount up to 2 rack PDUs
Cisco
R-Series
No
Mount Enlogic PDU directly in rack
Cooper
Delta3
Yes
Mount using Cooper part number PDUMTGBRKT
Dell
PowerEdge
No
Mount Enlogic PDU directly in rack
Eaton
Paramount
Yes
Mount using Eaton part number PDUBRCKT
Eaton
Vantage S2
No
Mount Enlogic PDU directly in rack
Emerson
DCF Rack
No
Mount Enlogic PDU directly in rack
Emerson
DCM Rack
No*
Bracket kit not required, but more advanced mounting options
are available with Emerson full-height PDU mounting brackets
HP
G2 Series
Yes
Mount using Enlogic part number EA9120
HP
100 Series
Yes
Mount using Enlogic part number EA9120
HP
Intelligent Series
Rack
Yes
Mount using Enlogic part number EA9120
Knürr
Miracel®
Yes
Mount using PDU mounting brackets included with Miracel
rack.
Knürr
DCM
Yes
Mount using small bracket inlcuded with rack; more advanced
mounting options with Emerson full-height PDU mounting
brackets
Panduit
Net-Serv Cabinets
Yes
Mount with Panduit part number SVPDUB
Rittal
TS8
Yes
Mount with Enlogic part number EA9120
Schroff
Varistar
Yes
Contact Schroff for mounting bracket options
Wrightline
Paramount
Yes
Mount Enlogic PDU using Eaton part number PDUBRCKT
Wrightline
Vantage S2
No
Mount Enlogic PDU directly in rack
Wrightline
Vantage
Yes
Mount with Eaton part number 4PRPWRBRKT
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Appendix B: EN Series Product Range for EMEA
EN2000, EN5000, and EN6000 Series
3-Phase
1-Phase
Input
Circuit
Max
Power
Total
Outlets
Chassis
Depth
(L x W x D),
mm
Outlet Configuration
ENLOGIC SKU
Max
Chassis
Depth at
Breaker,
mm
PDU
METERED
OUTLET
SWITCHED
OUTLET
METERED
EN2000
EN5000
OUTLET
METERED
OUTLET
SWITCHED
EN6000
16A
3.84kVA
12
(12)C13
1065 x 55 x 50
n/a
EN2101
EN5101
EN6101
32A
7.68kVA
22
(18)C13
(4)C19
1730 x 55 x 50
62
EN2105
EN5105
EN6105
32A
7.68kVA
24
(20)C13
(4)C19
1826 x 55 x 50
62
EN2113
EN5113
EN6113
32A
7.68kVA
24
(24)C13
1730 x 55 x 50
62
EN2103
EN5103
EN6103
32A
7.68kVA
32
(32)C13
1826 x 55 x 50
80
EN2102
EN5102
EN6102
32A
7.68kVA
22
(18)C13
(2)BS1363
1730 x 55 x 50
62
EN2105x2109
EN5105x5109
EN6105x6109
32A
7.68kVA
24
(20)C13
(2)C19
(2)BS1363
1826 x 55 x 50
62
EN2113x2118
EN5113x5118
EN6113x6118
32A
7.68kVA
22
(18)C13
(2)C19
(2)Schuko
1730 x 55 x 50
62
EN2105x2108
EN5105x5108
EN6105x6108
32A
7.68kVA
24
(20)C13
(2)C19
(2)Schuko
1826 x 55 x 50
62
EN2113x2116
EN5113x5116
EN6113x6116
32A
7.68kVA
22
(18)C13
(2)C19
(2)French
1730 x 55 x 50
62
EN2105x2106
EN5105x5106
EN6105x6106
32A
7.68kVA
24
(20)C13
(2)C19
(2)French
16A
11.52kVA
24
(18)C13
32A
23.04kVA
24
(12)C13
32A
23.04kVA
24
(24)C13
(2)C19
1826 x 55 x 50
62
EN2113x2115
EN5113x5115
EN6113x6115
(6)C19
1730 x 55 x 50
n/a
EN2110
EN5110
EN6110
(12)C19
1826 x 55 x 50
80
EN2111
EN5111
EN6111
1826 x 55 x 50
80
EN2112
EN5112
EN6112
Chassis Depth
(L x W x D), mm
Max
Chassis
Depth at
Breaker,
mm
1065 x 55 x 44
n/a
EN1101
3-Phase
1-Phase
EN1000 Series
ENLOGIC
SKU
Input
Circuit
Max
Power
Total
Outlets
16A
3.84kVA
24
(24)C13
32A
7.68kVA
36
(30)C13
(6)C19
1730 x 55 x 44
56
EN1105
32A
7.68kVA
42
(36)C13
(6)C19
1826 x 55 x 44
56
EN1113
Outlet Configuration
PDU METERED
32A
7.68kVA
36
(30)C13
(4)C19
(2)BS1363
1730 x 55 x 44
56
EN1105x1109
32A
7.68kVA
42
(36)C13
(4)C19
(2)BS1363
1826 x 55 x 44
56
EN1113x1118
32A
7.68kVA
36
(30)C13
(4)C19
(2)Schuko
1730 x 55 x 44
56
EN1105x1108
32A
7.68kVA
42
(36)C13
(4)C19
(2)Schuko
1826 x 55 x 44
56
EN1113x1116
32A
7.68kVA
36
(30)C13
(4)C19
(2)French
1730 x 55 x 44
56
EN1105x1106
(4)C19
(2)French
32A
7.68kVA
42
(36)C13
16A
11.52kVA
42
(36)C13
32A
23.04kVA
36
32A
23.04kVA
32A
23.04kVA
1826 x 55 x 44
56
EN1113x1115
(6)C19
1730 x 55 x 44
n/a
EN1119
(24)C13
(12)C19
1730 x 55 x 50
80
EN1120
42
(30)C13
(12)C19
1826 x 55 x 50
80
EN1111
48
(48)C13
1826 x 55 x 44
74
EN1112
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Appendix C: EN Series Product Range for North America
EN2000, EN5000, and EN6000 Series
ENLOGIC SKU
Input
Circuit
Input
Plug
Total
Max
Power, Outlets
Outlet Configuration
kVA
Chassis Depth
(L x W x D), in
Max Chassis
Depth at
Breaker, in
PDU
METERED
OUTLET
SWITCHED
3-Phase
415V
3-Phase
208V
1-Phase
208V
1-Phase
120V
EN2000
OUTLET
METERED
OUTLET
METERED
OUTLET
SWITCHED
EN6000
EN5000
20A
L5-20P
1.9
12
(12) 5-20R
41.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
n/a
EN2251
EN5251
EN6251
20A
L5-20P
1.9
12
(12)C13
41.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
n/a
EN2201x8001
EN5201x8001
EN6201x8001
30A
L5-30P
2.9
18
(18) 5-20R
59.0 x 2.16 x 1.97
2.44
EN2252
EN5252
EN6252
20A
L6-20P
3.3
12
(12)C13
41.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
n/a
EN2201
EN5201
EN6201
30A
L6-30P
5.0
16
(12)C13
(4)C19
59.0 x 2.16 x 1.97
2.44
EN2253
EN5253
EN6253
30A
L6-30P
5.0
24
(20)C13
(4)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
2.44
EN2241
EN5241
EN6241
20A
L15-20P
5.8
24
(18)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
n/a
EN2260
EN5260
EN6260
20A
L21-20P
5.8
24
(18)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
n/a
EN2260x8001
EN5260x8001
EN6260x8001
30A
L15-30P
8.6
24
(18)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
3.15
EN2262
EN5262
EN6262
30A
L21-30P
8.6
24
(18)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
3.15
EN2262x8001
EN5262x8001
EN6262x8001
50A
CS8365
10.0
24
(18)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
3.15
EN2263
EN5263
EN6263
50A
CS8365
14.4
15
(3)C13
(12)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 2.16
3.35
EN2282
EN5282
EN6282
60A
IEC309-460P
17.3
15
(3)C13
(12)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 2.16
3.35
EN2281
EN5281
EN6281
20A
IEC309
11.5
24
(18)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
n/a
EN2261
EN5261
EN6261
30A
IEC309
17.3
24
(12)C13
(12)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
3.15
EN2291
EN5291
EN6291
3-Phase
415V
3-Phase
208V
1-Phase
208V
1-Phase
120V
EN1000 Series
54
Input
Circuit
Input
Plug
Max
Power,
kVA
Total
Outlets
20A
L5-20P
1.9
12
20A
L5-20P
1.9
12
30A
L5-30P
2.9
20A
L6-20P
3.3
30A
L6-30P
5.0
28
(24)C13
Chassis Depth
(L x W x D), in
Max Chassis Depth
at Breaker, in
ENLOGIC SKU
(12) 5-20R
41.9 x 2.16 x 1.73
n/a
EN1251
(12)C13
41.9 x 2.16 x 1.73
n/a
EN1201x8001
24
(24) 5-20R
68.11 x 2.16 x 1.73
2.20
EN1252
24
(24)C13
41.9 x 2.16 x 1.73
n/a
EN1201
(4)C19
59.0 x 2.16 x 1.73
2.20
EN1253
Outlet Configuration
PDU METERED
30A
L6-30P
5.0
42
(36)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.73
2.20
EN1241
20A
L15-20P
5.8
42
(36)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.73
n/a
EN1260
20A
L21-20P
5.8
42
(36)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.73
n/a
EN1260x8001
30A
L15-30P
8.6
42
(36)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
2.44
EN1262
30A
L21-30P
8.6
42
(36)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
2.44
EN1262x8001
50A
CS8365
10.0
42
(36)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
2.67
EN1263
50A
CS8365
14.4
18
(6)C13
(12)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
3.15
EN1282
60A
IEC309-460P
17.3
18
(6)C13
(12)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
3.15
EN1281
20A
IEC309
11.5
42
(36)C13
(6)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.73
n/a
EN1261
30A
IEC309
17.3
42
(30)C13
(12)C19
71.9 x 2.16 x 1.97
3.15
EN1291
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Enlogic Systems Europe, Ltd.
Enlogic Systems Asia Pacific, Ltd.
Wildwood
Missouri USA 63040
[email protected]
Worcester
United Kingdom WR1 2PG
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