New Product Release Integrated Intelligent Power

New Product Release Integrated Intelligent Power
New Product Release
Integrated Intelligent Power
Distribution.
i-PDU has been developed to seamlessly integrate with Cooper B-Line’s i-BOX and
i-PAL systems (access control and environmental monitoring system) providing the
ability to set-up, manage and control an intelligent power distribution solution using
standard IP network addressable technology.
Once an i-BOX has been configured on the network
and the i-PDU has been connected the system offers
the benefit of real time, bi-directional communications
with each i-PDU connected. Importantly this provides
not only the ability to accurately monitor and record
the power consumption values of each i-PDU but
allows the system administrator to control the
operation of each and everyone of the individual iPDU sockets.
The i-PDU can be configured to perform users configurable outlet start up sequences. This
soft start functionality also includes the provision to allow optimised start up using pre set
time delays or current draw thresholds.
The i-PDU contains a precise measuring device that samples for KWH readings 4,000
times per second, readings are reported at scheduled intervals to the centralised
database.
Features of i-PDU
Seamless integration to i-BOX using the same central management software
platform (free of charge updates may need to be installed).
 12 x Individually fused outlets.
10 x IEC-60320 C13 +
2 x IEC-60320 C19.
 Up to 4 i-PDU’s connected to one i-BOX.
 13amp / 16amp & 32 amp versions.
 Plug and Play connection.
 Fully configurable sequential start-up.
 Mains filtered.
 Protected and monitored on/off switch.
 2 x 20 Character display.
Individual Socket status: on / off / fuse failure and fault
KWH display / Voltage / Current / Firmware and software version.
 Standalone configuration function buttons.
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Alarm Settings and Reporting
 Fuse failure
 Socket change status on/off
 Alarm Maximum Voltage/Current
 Pre-Alarm Maximum Voltage/Current
 Low-Alarm Voltage/Current
 Change-Alarm Sudden increase
Voltage/Current
 Daily, weekly, monthly reports
 Selectable start and end date
 Average and peak KWH used
 Group PDU’s by Circuit and or Client
Main configuration Screen for i-PDU
The Main i-PDU sensor screen provides a clear overview of the current status of the iPDU. A real time graph is provided for an instant visual analysis of the recent transactions
with each i-PDU having it’s own text label.
The i-PDU transaction logging is fully configurable as follows:
Reporting Frequency: This is how often the live reading on the sensor is transmitted to
the PC.
Read Frequency: This is how often the i-Box unit interrogates the sensor for a reading.
Store Frequency: This is how often the readings are stored on the local database; note
that when the i-BOX is connected to the PC software readings are also stored to the PC
hardware at intervals as set on the reporting frequency. Each i-BOX can store locally a
maximum of 5,000 readings; this can be expanded to 16,000 with additional memory.
Storage at the PC is only limited by the size of the hard disk.
Maximum-Alarm/Pre-Alarm/Minimum-Alarm/Change-Alarm: Can be defined for both
voltage and current. Once the reading exceeds these limits it will trigger an alarm and the
appropriate transaction will appear on the main screen, providing the sensor’s type, alarm
description, i-BOX name and sensor ID. These alarms can be configured to transmit
SNMP traps or email/SMS via a SMTP server.
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Details Screen for i-PDU
The status of the sockets is displayed on the left hand side. Each status has a unique
colour.
 Colour green means that the socket is switched on.
 Colour red indicates that the socket is switched off.
If there is a fuse failure in any of the sockets, it will become amber and the appropriate
transaction will appear in the main screen. There is a space in front of every socket to
enter a brief description of the equipment connected to that particular socket.
Delay Start-up: This column includes the number of seconds before a socket is activated
when the PDU is switched on. If the input value is zero, the socket will not be switched on.
(Range: 0s → 254s)
Delay/Current: This column indicates the upper limit of the current in the unit before a
particular socket is switched on. For example if the input value for a particular socket is 5,
it will not be switched on until the current in the unit has dropped down to 5 amps or less.
The fields will be highlighted yellow if configuration details require updating to the i-PDU.
All you need to do is to press the save button to synchronize the database.
Smart Start: It is possible to configure the sockets in the order that you wish them to start
with perhaps less delay between ports utilising the current sensing feature, as this will
automatically delay the next socket until the current has been sensed to be below the
configured threshold.
Normal Current: This shows the normal amount of current consumed by each device.
This value is determined by the user and is merely for user’s information as a reference to
the expected current.
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Permit to work & Date/Time: The last two columns display the last explanation of why a
socket was switched on or off. The user is forced to complete a pop up window with the
reason why the socket status has been manually changed; this transaction is stored on the
server software with time/date stamp and operator responsible.
Overall delay: This is the period that the mains supply has to be continuously present
before the first socket delay timer starts. By setting individual i-PDU’s with a sequenced
start-up will avoid surges of power on equipment connected to i- PDU’s fed from the same
power circuit. This avoids multiple attempts for mains to return and the surges this can
cause.
Threshold Current: This is the maximum current you can obtain from the PDU.
Auto Setup: Restores the default start-up values.
Pressing the End delay button will terminate any delay time and all the sockets in the unit
will be switched on. Reset Power button will bring the value of total power back to zero.
States to be indicated on PDU relay LED:
1. Normal: Power switched on, power sensed – LED on solid
2. Fault Feedback: Power switched off, power sensed –0.5 sec on / off flash
for 3 seconds, off 2 seconds
3. Fuse Fault: Power switched on, power not sensed – 80 ms seconds on/off
flash
4. Socket Off: Power switched off, power not sensed – LED off.
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Technical Specifications & Part Codes
Material Mild Steel Housing
Finish
Painted Black RAL9005
Unit O/A Dimensions
1350mm High x 90mm Wide x 60mm Deep
Unit Weight
5.2kg
Supplied individually
boxed
1550mm x 150mm x 150mm
Packaged Size
6.35kg
Packaged Weight
Order
Code
Description
Lead Time
IBOXPDU1612WC1316U
i-PDU Intelligent PDU.
 220 / 230v A/C 50 Hz.
 Max rating 20Amps.
 12 x Individually fused outlets.
10 x IEC-60320 C13 + 2 x IEC-60320 C19.
 Individual outlet status LED.
 On / Off Switch.
 Fitted with 3m power supply lead terminated
with a UK 3-pin BS1363 plug.
 Integrated i-BOX power supply outlet.
 Local PDU status screen.
 Supplied with I-BOX power supply lead and
sensor port connection lead.
7 - 10
Working
Days
IBOXPDU1612WC1316C
i-PDU Intelligent PDU.
 220 / 230v A/C 50 Hz.
 Max rating 20Amps.
 12 x Individually fused outlets.
10 x IEC-60320 C13 + 2 x IEC-60320 C19.
 Individual outlet status LED.
 On / Off Switch.
 Fitted with 3m power supply lead terminated
with a 16Amp Commando plug.
 Integrated i-BOX power supply outlet.
 Local PDU status screen.
 Supplied with I-BOX power supply lead and
sensor port connection lead.
7 - 10
Working
Days
Compliance WEEE Directive.
RoHS Compliant
CE Approved
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