PDU-8000 - Intellinet Network

PDU-8000 - Intellinet Network
Power Distribution Unit
(PDU-8000)
Rev.A
May 2006
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Preface
About this Manual
Congratulations on purchasing the PDU-8000. This user manual
provides detailed descriptions of the hardware components and how
to use the PDU-8000. Read this manual carefully and follow the
instructions while using the PDU-8000.
Copyright Information
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described in it, may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored
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backup purposes, without the express written permission of the
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Products and corporate names appearing in this manual may or may
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companies, and are used only for identification or explanation and
to the owners’ benefit, without intent to infringe. All trademarks are
the property of their respective owners.
Copyright © 2006. All rights reserved.
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Safety Instructions
Follow these safety instructions to avoid injury to self and damage
to the PDU-8000.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, install the unit in
a temperature-controlled indoor area free of conductive
contaminants. Do not place the unit near liquids or in an
excessively humid environment.
• Do not allow liquids or foreign objects to enter the unit.
• The unit does not contain any user-serviceable parts. Do not
open the unit.
• Servicing, maintenance, and repair for this equipment must
be performed by qualified service personnel. Remove rings,
watches and other jewelry before servicing the unit.
• Before maintenance, repair or shipment, the unit must be
completely switched off and unplugged and all connections
must be removed.
• Before plugging in the power cord of the device, make sure
that the power source rating matches the power rating of the
PDU-8000.
• Use a standard power cord when connecting any device to
the outlets of PDU-8000.
• The digital output only can connect switches, indicators, or
other output devices that are normally open or normally closed.
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Safety Notices
Caution:
This unit has been provided with a real time
clock circuit. There is a danger of explosion if
the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only
with a 3V Lithium cell (CR2032) or equivalent
type. Discard used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Caution:
Rack-Mounted Equipment – The unit is
intended to be rack-mounted, the Installation
Instructions shall contain wording to address
the following concerns when the unit is
mounted in a rack system.
A. “The equipment is to be installed in an
environment with maximum ambient
temperature must not exceed 50°C.”
B. “The openings on the enclosure are
for air convection hence protected the
equipment from overheating. DO
NOT COVER THE OPENINGS.”
C. “Lay this equipment on a reliable
surface when install. A drop or fall
could cause injury.”
D. “The equipment shall be installed
according to specification as
nameplate. Make sure the voltage of
the power source when connect the
equipment to the power outlet. The
current of load and output power of
loads shall be not over the
specification.”
E. “This equipment must be connected to
the reliable earth before using.”
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Table of Content
Preface ......................................................................... 2
About this Manual......................................................................... 2
Copyright Information .................................................................. 2
Safety Instructions ........................................................................ 3
Safety Notices ............................................................................... 4
Introduction the PDU-8000 ....................................... 6
Features ......................................................................................... 7
Package Contents .......................................................................... 8
Hardware Components.................................................................. 9
Getting Started ......................................................... 15
Attaching the Feet ....................................................................... 15
Attaching the Ears....................................................................... 15
Making Connections ................................................................... 16
Using the Console Menu .......................................... 21
Using HyperTerminal ................................................................. 21
Navigating through the Console Menu ....................................... 23
Setting the IP Address................................................................. 25
Using the Web Interface ............................................................. 26
Overview..................................................................................... 26
Modifying the Basic Settings...................................................... 27
Modifying Application Settings.................................................. 30
Appendix ................................................................... 33
Specifications.............................................................................. 33
Error codes .................................................................................. 34
Regulatory Information............................................................... 38
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Introduction the PDU-8000
Congratulations on purchasing the PDU-8000, an intelligent power
management system. The PDU-8000 provides the useful ability of
managing power for any combination of network equipment
connected to it. Users can control the power on/off for any device
connected to the PDU-8000, manually or remotely, using a console
or Ethernet connection. The PDU-8000 comes with eight power
outlets, each of which can be monitored and controlled through the
console or web interfaces. Users can also use the front panel to
operate the power outlets.
The PDU-8000 is also equipped with a console port for connecting
an EMD (Environmental Monitored Device) for sensing
temperature and humidity along with two alarms that can be
activated when either of the sensors shows unusual values. The
PDU-8000 is provided with two digital outputs which users can use
for connecting status indicators or digital switches.
The device is designed to remember the configuration of each outlet
and inlet and is also able to measure the input and output current
consumption.
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Features
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Eight power outlets that can be turned on or off in multiple
ways, with easy monitoring of current consumption
Versatile sensors supported through EMD (Environmental
Monitoring Device) inputs
Active extended devices via digital outputs
Monitor and manage connected devices and sensors
remotely
Control the PDU-8000 manually, or remotely through
console or network
Intelligent turn on/off devices based on event occurrence or
planned schedule
Comprehensive
power
management
and
flexible
configuration through web browser, NMS, Telnet, SNMP, or
HyperTerminal (console)
Configurable user security control
User-friendly interface to display input and output status
Detailed data-logging for statistical analysis and diagnostics
Upgrade utility for easy firmware upgrade
Event notification through SNMP trap or Email alerts
Daily history report through Email
Supports Secure Socket Layer V3 and Secure Shell V1
protocols
Administrator and multiple users with password protection
for double-layer security
Address-specific IP security masks to prevent unauthorized
access
Available in 110V and 220V models
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Package Contents
Make sure the PDU-8000 package has the following items. If any of
items is missing or damaged, contact your nearest service center or
vendor.
1. PDU-8000
2. Ears (x2)
3. U-type handles (x2)
4. U-type handle screws (x4)
5. Ear screws (x6)
6. Feet screws (x4)
7. Software CD
8. Feet (x4)
9. Quick Install Guide
10. Power cord
11. Serial cable
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Hardware Components
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with the PDU-8000 front
and rear panels. The following sections provide descriptions about
the front and rear panel components and how to use them.
Front Panel
Component
Description
1. Output power status
indicator (A ~ H)
Displays output current, power
status, and remote control status
for each power outlet A through
H.
2. Input power
consumption indicator
Displays percentage
power consumed.
3. Status indicator
Displays input current, voltage,
frequency, and error code.
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of
input
Component
Description
4. Remote control button
Enables users to manually control
power and enable remote control
configuration for each power
outlet A through H.
5. Reset Button
Enables users to reset the PDU8000 in case the system locks up.
6. Operation mode DIP
switch
Sets the mode of operation for the
PDU-8000.
S1 off, S2 off: Normal operation
(default mode)
7. Serial (CONSOLE)
port
Enables users to configure the
PDU-8000 using the serial port.
Users can also connect an optional
EMD to this port.
8. Ethernet (LAN) port
Enables users to configure the
PDU-8000 through a LAN or
WAN.
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Status Indicators
The front panel of the PDU-8000 has several LED indicators
that provide information about the input and output power
status. The following table describes these status indicators.
Status Indicator
Output power status
indicator (A ~ H)
Description
Displays status of each power
outlet (A ~ H) as follows:
1. Current level indicator:
Displays the amount of current
being drawn by the connected
output device through the
power outlet.
2. Outlet power indicator:
Displays the outlet power
status.
– Grey: power off
– Green: power on
3. Remote control indicator:
Displays the remote control
status of each outlet.
– Grey: remote control is enabled.
– Red: remote control is disabled.
4. Control
button:
Allows
manual control of each power
outlet. Press repeatedly to
switch between remote control
and power on/off mode. See
Using the Control Buttons on
page 12.
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Status Indicator
Description
Input power consumption
indicator
Displays input power consumed
by the output devices connected to
the PDU-8000 outlets. The power
consumption is displayed as a
percentage value.
Input power status
indicator
Displays input voltage (Volts),
input current (Ampere), and
frequency (Hz), sequentially on
the 7-segment switching display.
This indicator also shows system
errors in the form of an error code
such E01, E02, E03, and so on.
Refer to Error codes on page 34
under the appendix for a list of all
errors codes.
Using the Control Buttons
Users can turn on power manually for each of the eight output
devices with the control buttons provided under each status
indicator A through H. Each button allows users to set the
remote control function as well as turn power on/off for each
outlet manually.
The control button has two modes of operation. Press the button
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repeatedly to switch between Remote Control mode and Power
On/Off mode. When users press the control button, the PDU8000 switches modes as follows:
Original
State
Remote
Control Mode
Power
On/Off Mode
After switching modes, users need to press the control button
again within 5 seconds to change the mode status.
Remote Control Mode
1. Press the control button once. The remote control indicator
starts flashing red.
2. Now press control button again within 5 seconds and hold
for more than 5 seconds. The remote control indicator starts
flashing red at a faster speed and then inverts its original
state.
For instance, if remote control indicator is enabled (grey) before
users press the control button, it turns on (red) after step 2,
indicating that remote control is disabled.
Power On/Off Mode
1. Press the control button twice. The outlet power indicator
starts flashing green.
2. Now press control button again within 5 seconds and hold
for more than 5 seconds. The outlet power indicator starts
flashing green at a faster speed and then inverts its original
state.
For instance, if outlet power indicator is off (grey) before users
press the control button, it turns on (green) after step 2,
indicating that outlet power is turned on.
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Rear Panel
220V AC model
110V AC model
Rear panel components
Component
Description
1. Input power
Connect to a power outlet.
2. Breaker
Prevents excessive current flow to
the system.
3. Power outlet (A ~ H)
Connect a device to each power
outlet to supply power to it.
4. Dry contact port
This is Currently not supported by
the PDU-8000.
5. Digital output
Connect to digital outputs that are
normally open or normally close.
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Getting Started
This section provides information about setting up the PDU8000, connecting power, and connecting devices to it before
users start using it for power management. Read this section
carefully to learn how to connect various devices to the PDU8000.
Attaching the Feet
The PDU-8000 comes
with four feet or spacers
that are attached to the
bottom. Use the four
screws provided with the
feet to attach the feet to
the bottom of the PDU8000 as shown:
Note: Users do not need to attach the feet if users are going to
install the PDU-8000 in a rack.
Attaching the Ears
The PDU-8000 is designed
to be placed in a rack
arrangement and comes
with two ears that help
users to move the device
easily. Attach each ear with
the three screws provided
in the package as shown:
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Making Connections
The PDU-8000 is a versatile product that can be connected to
several different types of input and output devices. This makes it
a useful tool for connecting devices to it and controlling their
power on/off status through its user interface.
The PDU-8000 can be attached to eight output devices whose
power status can be controlled remotely or manually. It also
supports an EMD (Environmental Monitored Device) or sensors
for detecting environmental conditions as well as digital outputs
or devices with normally open or normally close conditions.
Moreover, the PDU-8000 supports a serial (console) and
Ethernet (LAN/WAN) connection that lets users control the
PDU-8000 outputs remotely.
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The following procedure describes the basic steps needed to set
up the PDU-8000:
1. To set up the hardware, connect power to the power inlet and
output devices to the power outlets. Connect digital outputs
to the digital I/O ports, and an EMD to the console port.
2. To configure the PDU-8000, users can use the console or
WAN port. Connect the PDU-8000 to a console and a WAN
to enable its configuration through the console or browser
menu.
3. After connecting to a console, use a console application such
as Telnet or HyperTerminal to access the console menu.
Select the System Group submenu under the PDU-8000
Configuration to set up the IP address and the system
date/time. This IP address will be used while accessing the
web interface to configure the PDU-8000 parameters.
4. After connecting to WAN, open a browser from a PC in the
network and use the PDU-8000 IP address specified through
the console menu to open the web interface for system
configuration.
The following sections provide instructions about how to make
various connections.
Connecting Input Power
The PDU-8000 has an
IEC C20 power inlet for
supplying and managing
power for the output
devices. Connect the
power cord to the power
inlet and plug the other
end into a power outlet as
shown:
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Connecting Output Devices
The PDU-8000 has eight power outlets for connecting devices
such as workstations, servers, and printers. Their power on/off
status can be controlled manually as well as remotely through
the LAN and Console ports. Connect the power connectors of
the devices to each of the power outlets A through H with the
power cords supplied with the devices as shown:
Connecting Digital Outputs
The PDU-8000 provides two digital outputs to which users can
connect switches, indicators, or other output devices that are
normally open or normally close. Users can control the digital
outputs remotely through the console or over the LAN.
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Connecting EMD
An Environmental Monitored Device (EMD) that is connected
to sensors for detecting temperature, humidity, water level, and
so on can be connected to the PDU-8000 with the console port.
The EMD can also be connected to alarms or indicators and
controlled through the PDU-8000. Connect the EMD to the
console port as shown:
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Connecting the Console
Users can control the output
devices and manage the power
status through a console or
serial connection with a PC.
Use the serial cable provided in
the PDU-8000 package to
connect the COM port of the
PC and the CONSOLE port of
the PDU-8000 as shown.
Refer to Using the Console
Menu on page 21 to learn how
to use the console with a console application such as
HyperTerminal or Telnet.
Connecting to a WAN
The PDU-8000 has an RJ-45
LAN connection that enables
users to monitor and manage
the power outlets and digital
outputs over the network.
The PDU-8000 has a graphic
user interface that allows
users to control the device
through a web browser.
Connect the PDU-8000 to a
free port on the router using an Ethernet cable as shown. Users
can then control the PDU-8000 from PC, laptop, mobile phone,
or PDA which is connected to the router network. Refer to on
page 26 for details about how to control the PDU-8000 and its
output devices through the web.
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Using the Console Menu
The PDU-8000 is provided with a serial port that enables users
to configure and control the system through PC’s RS-232 serial
(COM) port. Use the serial cable provided to connect the
console port to PC’s COM port as described in Connecting the
Console on page 20. This section describes how to use a console
application to control the PDU-8000 and configure its settings
such as its IP address, outlet control parameters, access control
table, and trap receivers table.
Using HyperTerminal
HyperTerminal is a console application in Windows that enables
users to configure or control a device through command line
parameters. Users can configure the PDU-8000 parameters and
its outlets through simple numerical commands from PC
keyboard. Users can also use Telnet or any other console
application for controlling the device in a similar manner.
Follow these steps to start HyperTerminal and communicate
with the PDU-8000
1. To start HyperTerminal, click
Start, Programs, Accessories,
Communications, and
HyperTerminal from the
Windows Start button.
2. A New Connection opens. Type
a name for the connection in the
Name field and select an icon for
the connection. Click OK when
done.
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3. From the Connect using drop-down
box, select the COM port that users
have connected to the PDU-8000.
Click OK when done.
4. The Properties window opens.
Click Restore Defaults to use the
default settings. Make sure that the
Bits per second =”9600”, Data Bits
= “8”, Parity = “None”, Stop bits =
“1” and Flow Control = “None”.
Click OK when done.
5. Press any key. The PDU-8000 Configuration Utility Main
menu opens and users are prompted for a password. Type
the default password (admin) and press Enter to continue.
+=========================================================+
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[ PDU-8000 Configuration Utility Main menu ]
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Enter Password: *****
The main menu options are displayed
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[ PDU-8000 Configuration Utility Main menu ]
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1. PDU-8000 Configuration
2. Outlets Control
3. Access Control Table
4. Trap Receiver Table
5. Reset Configuration To Default
6. Restart
0. Exit
Please Enter Your Choice =>
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Navigating through the Console Menu
Follow these steps to navigate through the console menu to
modify settings:
• To select a submenu, type the number corresponding to the
submenu and press Enter. For example, to select the PDU8000 Configuration menu, type 1 and press Enter.
Submenus may have further nested menus which can also be
accessed by typing the appropriate number.
• To modify a menu option, select the option with its
corresponding number and then type the new values for the
option. For instance, to change the system date, first select
the System Date option by typing 4 from the System Group
and press Enter. Then type the date in the specified format
(dd/mm/yyyy) and press Enter to save the changes.
• Type 0 (zero) to return to a previous or higher-level menu.
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[ System Group Configuration Menu ]
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Version
: PDU-8000 System v1.00 (2M)(SN)
Ethernet address
: 00 E0 D8 00 7F 61
1. Ip Address
: 10.0.34.51
2. Gateway Address
: 10.0.32.1
3. Network Mask
: 255.255.240.0
4. System Date (dd/mm/yyyy) : 09/01/2006
5. System Time (hh:mm:ss)
: 08:02:57
0. Return to previous menu
Please Enter Your Choice =>
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The console menu consists of the following submenus:
• PDU-8000 Configuration: This is the primary menu
consisting of various submenus such as the system submenu
for setting the IP address, date, and time, the control
submenu for setting the administrator user name, password,
and access protocols, the parameter submenu for setting
identifying information, and the Email submenu for
configuring the Email settings. This menu also provides the
option under the control group submenu to enable input
phase detection which allows the PDU-8000 to turn off
outlet power if there is a phase mismatch.
• Outlets Control: Enables users to control all power outlets
and configure each outlet’s name, location, and other
parameters.
• Access Control Table: Enables users to set up a list of users
who can access and control the power outlets.
• Trap Receiver Table: Enables users to set up a list of users
who will be alerted with a trap message if an unusual event
is triggered on the PDU-8000 system.
• Reset Configuration to Default: This option sets all system
settings to their factory default values.
• Restart: Enables users to restart the PDU-8000.
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Setting the IP Address
Follow these steps to set up the IP address of the PDU-8000:
1. Using the steps described under Navigating through the
Console Menu on page 23, navigate to the System Group
under the PDU-8000 Configuration menu.
2. Select the IP Address item and set the IP address. This
address lets users access the PDU-8000 in a TCP/IP network
(LAN/WAN). Contact the system administrator for
assistance if users are not sure about what IP address to
choose.
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[ System Group Configuration Menu ]
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Version
: PDU-8000 System v1.00 (2M)(SN)
Ethernet address
: 00 E0 D8 00 7F 61
1. Ip Address
: 10.0.34.51
2. Gateway Address
: 10.0.32.1
3. Network Mask
: 255.255.240.0
4. System Date (dd/mm/yyyy) : 09/01/2006
5. System Time (hh:mm:ss)
: 08:02:57
0. Return to previous menu
Please Enter Your Choice => 1
Once users have set the IP address, users can use the web
interface to modify all other settings. See page 26 for more
information.
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Using the Web Interface
The PDU-8000 provides a graphic user interface that can be
viewed from a web browser such as Internet Explorer. This
enables users to access and control the PDU-8000 outlets and
subsequently, its output devices remotely from users’ desktop,
laptop, PDA, or even users’ mobile phone. This section provides
instructions about how to use the web interface to configure and
control the PDU-8000 remotely.
Overview
Start a web browser such as Internet Explorer from the host PC
or laptop and enter the IP address of the PDU-8000 in the
address bar. For details about setting the IP address of the
system, see Setting the IP Address on page 25. You will be
prompted to enter a Username and Password. Click Go and the
main status page of the PDU-8000 web interface is displayed.
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The main page shows a graphic representation of the PDU-8000
outlets and inputs status as described below:
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The left pane shows the various menus and submenus for the
PDU-8000. Click any menu to display the menu options,
expand the menu items, and modify the menu options as
required.
The front panel displayed in the right pane shows the status
of the outlets, input power, and input current. Click
anywhere on the front panel to see detailed information
about the PDU-8000 input and output status.
Notes:
• Each menu page provides online help to assist users in
configuring the PDU-8000. Click the icon at the top of
each page to view the help.
Modifying the Basic Settings
The System menu enables users to configure the PDU-8000
system parameters such as the administrator name, password, IP
address, date, time, and so on. Some of these settings have been
described here for users’ reference.
Setting the Date and Time
Click Date & Time under
System to view and modify the
system date and time. This menu
page displays the current PDU8000 date and time. Select one of
the options to configure the date
and time by setting it manually, synchronizing with a
computer’s time, or synchronizing it with an NTP server.
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Note: When users change the system date and time, it affects
various other system settings such as schedule, e-mail, traps, and
logs.
Adding Users
Click Multi-Users under
System to create a list of
users who can access and
control the PDU-8000.
Users can add other users
who can only view the
PDU-8000 status or change
the outlet status of the
PDU-8000.
Click Add New to add a new
user to the list and specify the
user name, password, and the
outlet privileges for each user
using the drop-down boxes.
The new user gets added to the
list on the Multi-User page. If
users want to modify or delete
a user entry, click Edit or
Delete for the appropriate user
in the list.
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Changing Event Alert Settings
The PDU-8000 sends email or SNMP trap alerts to specified
users when specific events occur. Use the following steps to set
the alerts:
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Click Trap Receivers
under System to set up a
list
of
users
or
workstations who will be
alerted with an SNMP
trap message. Use this
menu page to specify the
IP addresses of up to 8
trap receivers, community
information, type of trap, severity of trap, and description of
the events that cause the traps.
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Click Email Notification
under System to set up a
list of up to 8 users who
will be alerted with an
email. Use this menu to
specify the mail server,
user account, DNS, and
other
information
necessary to set up a mail
server for sending mail alerts. Use the Email Receivers
Table to add the Email addresses. (Note: Mail Server, DNS
server, and User’s email must be inputted correctly in order
to receive email notification)
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Modifying Application Settings
The following sections describe how to use the Power
Management and Environment menus to control the system
input and output ports, as well as view the status of the EMD.
Setting Control Options
Click Contorl under Power Management to display the control
options for the power and
digital outputs.
The Contorl page shows
a graphical representation
of the rear panel along
with
a
tabular
representation of the
status of each power outlet A through H and digital outputs.
Hover the mouse cursor over the inlet or any of the outputs and
click to configure them as follows:
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Inlet: Specify what action is taken by the PDU-8000 when
the inlet voltage is not within limits. Users can set which
power outlets and digital outputs are to be turned on or off
when the inlet voltage is not of acceptable value.
Power Status of Outlet: Configure the parameters to
identify the outlet, specify its power on/off delay, and output
current threshold. Users can also manually turn the outlet
on/off from this menu page.
Digital Output Status: This menu page shows the status of
the both digital outputs and lets users specify which digital
output is toggled when events occur. Users can also
manually change the status of both digital outputs from this
menu page.
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Setting up a Schedule
Click Schedule under
Power Management to see
a list of schedules for
turning power outlets on or
off as desired. For instance,
users may want to turn on
all the servers and the
administrator’s workstation
every Monday morning.
Users can setup the schedule for a certain time of day or it can
be scheduled weekly. The Schedule menu enables users to do
this automatically by setting up an entry in the Schedule.
Click Add New to add a new
schedule. Specify the type of
schedule, date, and time using
the drop-down menus. Select the
appropriate outlets that users
want to control and specify if
users want to turn the outlets on
or off.
Status
Click
Status
under
Environment menu to see
the status of the EMD
connected to the PDU8000. The menu page
displays the temperature
and humidity of the
environment sensor, as well
as the open/close conditions of the EMD alarms.
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Configuration
Click
Configuration
under
Environment
menu to configure the
EMD connected to the
PDU-8000. This menu
enables users to set up
the sensor names, high
and low set points,
calibration offsets for
the sensors, as well as alarm names and normal conditions.
Users can also specify which EMD events and alarm conditions
cause which power and digital outlets to be turned off.
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Appendix
Specifications
Power Input/Output
PDU-8000 – 110V model
• AC Input: IEC C20 inlet, 15
Amp, 100 ~ 125VAC, 50/60Hz
• AC Output: NEMA 5-15R
outlet, 15 Amp, 100 ~ 125 VAC,
50/60Hz
• Load: 15 Amp for each outlet
PDU-8000 – 220V model
• AC Input: IEC C20 inlet, 15
Amp, 200 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60Hz
• AC Output: IEC C13 outlet, 10
Amp, 200 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60Hz
• Load: 10 Amp for each outlet or
15 Amp total
Dimensions and Weight
Size - 1U rack:
436(W) x 270(D) x 44(H) mm
17 (W) x 10.6 (D) x 1.7 (H) inches
Weight Approx:
8.4lbs (3.8kg)
Operating Environment
Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C
Humidity
10 ~ 80% non-condensed
Warranty
Two Years
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Error codes
Description
Error code
Network link down
Parameters checksum error
Input voltage over threshold high (Volt)
Input voltage over threshold low (Volt)
Outlet A current over threshold (Amp)
Outlet B current over threshold (Amp)
Outlet C current over threshold (Amp)
Outlet D current over threshold (Amp)
Outlet E current over threshold (Amp)
Outlet F current over threshold (Amp)
Outlet G current over threshold (Amp)
Outlet H current over threshold (Amp)
Input source abnormal (for 110V model)
Input source abnormal (for 220V model)
Input current sensor value abnormal
Input source phase incorrect (see note below)
E01
E02
E03
E04
E05
E06
E07
E08
E09
E10
E11
E12
E13
E14
E15
E16
Note: PDU-8000 detects the phase of the input source
automatically. If the phase is opposite to that of the outlet phase,
the outlet is turned off. The corresponding error code is
displayed on the input power status indicator on the front panel
with the error code and a message is displayed in a pop-window
from the internet browser. The log is updated with information
about this event. To prevent this condition from occurring, select
the Control Group submenu under the PDU-8000
Configuration Menu and set the Input Phase Detection item
to Disabled.
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Common Event Description
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
(22)
(23)
(24)
(25)
(26)
(27)
(28)
(29)
(30)
(31)
(32)
(33)
“PDU-8000 cold boot”
“PDU-8000 warm boot”
“Network link up”
“Network link down”
“PDU-8000 restart”
“PDU-8000 parameters reset to default”
“Parameters checksum error”
“PDU-8000 firmware upgraded”
“History log cleared”
“Event log cleared”
“History log interval changed”
“PDU-8000 time changed by user”
“PDU-8000 time changed by NTP server”
“PDU-8000 time changed by RTC”
“Cannot connect to mail server”
“Incorrect mail receiver”
“Incorrect mail server name/IP address”
“Mail send error/unknown error”
“Mail sent”
“Input voltage over threshold high”
“Input voltage under threshold low”
“Input voltage return to normal”
“OutletA current over threshold”
“OutletB current over threshold”
“OutletC current over threshold”
“OutletD current over threshold”
“OutletE current over threshold”
“OutletF current over threshold”
“OutletG curent over threshold”
“OutletH current over threshold”
“OutletA current return to normal”
“OutletB current return to normal”
“OutletC current return to normal”
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(34)
(35)
(36)
(37)
(38)
(39)
(40)
(41)
(42)
(43)
(44)
(45)
(46)
(47)
(48)
(49)
(50)
(51)
(52)
(53)
(54)
(55)
(56)
(57)
(58)
(59)
(60)
(61)
(62)
(63)
(64)
(65)
(66)
(67)
(68)
“OutletD current return to normal”
“OutletE current return to normal”
“OutletF current return to normal”
“OutletG current return to normal”
“OutletH current return to normal”
“OutletA power has been turned on”
“OutletB power has been turned on”
“OutletC power has been turned on”
“OutletD power has been turned on”
“OutletE power has been turned on”
“OutletF power has been turned on”
“OutletG power has been turned on”
“OutletH power has been turned on”
“OutletA power has been turned off”
“OutletB power has been turned off”
“OutletC power has been turned off”
“OutletD power has been turned off”
“OutletE power has been turned off”
“OutletF power has been turned off”
“OutletG power has been turned off”
“OutletH power has been turned off”
“All outlets have been turned on”
“All outlets have been turned off”
“Digital output 1 has been turned on”
“Digital output 2 has been turned on”
“Digital output 1 has been turned off”
“Digital output 2 has been turned off”
“EMD temperature not over high set point”
“EMD temperature over high set point”
“EMD temperature not under low set point”
“EMD temperature under low set point”
“EMD humidity not over high set point”
“EMD humidity over high set point”
“EMD humidity not under low set point”
“EMD humidity under low set point”
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(69)
(70)
(71)
(72)
“EMD alarm-1 not active”
“EMD alarm-1 activated”
“EMD alarm-2 not active”
“EMD alarm-2 activated”
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Regulatory Information
FCC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following conditions:
• This device may not cause harmful interference; and
• This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
WARNING! The use of a shielded-type power cord is required
in order to meet FCC emission limits and to prevent interference
to the nearby radio and television reception. It is essential that
only the supplied power cord be used. Use only shielded cables
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to connect I/O devices to this equipment. Users are cautioned
that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the authority to
operate the equipment.
CE
This device complies with the EMC directive of the European
Community and meets or exceeds the following technical
standards:
• EN 55022 – "Limits and Methods of Measurement of
Radio interference Characteristics of Information
Technology Equipment." This device complies with the
CISPR Class B standard.
• EN 55024 – "Electromagnetic compatibility – Generic
immunity standard, Part 1: Residential and light
industry."
UL
The product is qualified per UL (Underwriters Laboratory) 1950
Third Edition and CAN/CSA C22.2 No.950-M95 Third Edition,
for the use in Information Technology Equipment, including
Electric Business Equipment. The UL Recognition or the CSA
certification is maintained for the product life. The UL and CUL recognition mark or CSA monogram for CSA certification
appears on the drive.
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