CyberPower PDU41004 User Manual
Power Distribution Unit
USER'S MANUAL
Copyright © 2018 Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
K01-0000545-02
Table of Contents
Model List..................................................................1
Safety Precautions...................................................1
Introduction..............................................................2
Package Contents....................................................................2
1 U Models.............................................................................2
2U Models.............................................................................3
0U Models.............................................................................4
Product Features......................................................................5
1U 15A Models.....................................................................5
Technical Specifications.................................................5
1U 20A Models....................................................................6
Technical Specifications.................................................6
2U Models.............................................................................7
Technical Specifications.................................................7
0U 16/20A Models............................................................8
Technical Specifications.................................................9
0U 30/32A Models...........................................................10
Technical Specifications.................................................1 1
Installation Guide.....................................................12
Horizontal Installation............................................................12
For 1U Models.....................................................................12
For 2U Models....................................................................13
Vertical Installation ................................................................15
For 1U Models.....................................................................15
For 0U Models...................................................................15
Power Cord Direction Change - For 0U PDU...............19
Locking Power Cord - For IEC Type PDU......................20
Input Power Cord..............................................................20
Output Power Cord..........................................................20
Electrical Installation..............................................................20
Network Installation...............................................................2 1
Operation...................................................................22
Remote Management............................................................22
Local Management.................................................................22
LED Indicators.........................................................................23
Environmental Monitoring (optional).............................23
Device Reset............................................................................23
Unattended/Automatic Shutdown..................................23
Firmware Upgrade...................................................24
Troubleshooting.......................................................28
Conformance Approvals..........................................28
Customer Service & Warranty................................29
Product Registration.............................................................29
CyberPower International...................................................29
Limited Warranty...................................................................29
Appendix A-Hyper Terminal...................................30
Appendix B-Power Device Network Utility..........30
Overview....................................................................................30
Installation.................................................................................30
Launch Program.....................................................................32
Getting Started.......................................................................32
Advanced Settings................................................................33
Appendix C-PDU Daisy-Chain Function................34
Model List
Switched Metered by Outlet Series
1U
PDU81001
PDU81002
PDU81004
PDU81005
PDU81006
2U
PDU81003
PDU81007
PDU81008
PDU81009
0U
PDU81101
PDU81102
PDU81104
PDU81 1 05
PDU81404
PDU81405
Metered by Outlet Series
1U
PDU71001
PDU71002
PDU71004
PDU71005
PDU71006
2U
PDU71003
PDU71007
PDU71008
PDU71009
Switched Series
1U
PDU41001
PDU41002
PDU41004
PDU41005
PDU41006
2U
PDU41003
PDU41007
PDU41008
PDU41009
0U
PDU41101
PDU41102
PDU41104
PDU41105
PDU41404
PDU41405
2U
PDU31003
PDU31007
PDU31008
PDU31009
0U
PDU31101
PDU31102
PDU31106
PDU3 1 1 1 4
PDU31406
PDU31414
Monitored Series
1U
PDU31001
PDU31002
PDU31004
PDU31005
PDU31006
Safety Precautions
Read the following before installing or operating the Power
Distribution Units (PDU):
•
•
•
•
•
Use only the supplied hardware to attach the mounting brackets.
The PDU must be plugged into a three-wire, grounded outlet
on a circuit that is protected by a fuse or circuit breaker. For
15A PDU series, please use a 15A circuit protector. For 20A PDU
series, please use a 20A circuit protector. For 30A PDU series,
please use a 30A circuit protector. Connection to any other
type of power outlet may result in a shock hazard.
Do not use extension cords or adapters with this PDU.
Never install a PDU or associated wiring or equipment during a
lightning storm.
Ensure that the power cord, plug, and socket are in good
condition.
To prevent the risk of fire or electrocution, this PDU should be installed
in a temperature and humidity controlled indoor area free of conductive
contaminants. Do not install this PDU where excessive moisture or heat
is present.
1
Introduction
Package Contents
1U Models
PDU
Mounting Brackets:
2 short & 2 long
12 (Flat Head M4 x 8)
Bracket Mounting Screws
6 (M5 x 12) Rack Mounting
Screws/Washers
Cord Retention Tray
6 (M3 x 6)
Cord Retention Tray
Mounting Screws
Cable Ties:
Qty: 12 (NEMA outlet PDU)
Qty: 27 (IEC outlet PDU)
RJ45/DB9 Serial Port
Connection Cable
Users
Manu
al
Registration
PowerPanel
Card
Management Software
User's Manual, Registration Card, and Software Download Card
2
Introduction
Package Contents
2U Models
PDU
Mounting Brackets x 2
12 (Flat Head M4 x 8)
Bracket Mounting Screws
6 (M5 x 12) Rack Mounting
Screws/Washers
Cord Retention Tray x 2
12 (M3 x 6)
Cord Retention Tray
Mounting Screws
Cable Ties:
Qty: 24 (NEMA outlet PDU)
Qty: 30 (10 IEC outlet PDU)
Qty: 48 (16 IEC outlet PDU)
Users
Manu
al
RJ45/DB9 Serial Port
Connection Cable
Registration
PowerPanel
Card
Management Software
User's Manual, Registration Card, and Software Download Card
3
Introduction
Package Contents
0U Models
PDU
Mounting Brackets
with 6 (M4x5) Screws
6 (M5 x 12) Rack Mounting
Screws/Washers
6 (M3 x 6)
Cord Retention Tray
Mounting Screws
Cord Retention Tray
Cable Ties:
Qty. 30 (20 outlet PDU)
Qty. 36 (24 outlet PDU)
Qty. 63 (42 outlet PDU)
Users
Manu
al
RJ45/DB9 Serial Port
Connection Cable
Registration
PowerPanel
Card
Management Software
User's Manual, Registration Card,
and Software Download Card
The items below are only included with certain models
Power Cord 10ft IEC 320 C13/14
(PDU81004/ PDU71004/
PDU41004/ PDU31004)
Power Cord 10ft IEC 320 C19/20
(PDU81005/ PDU71005/
PDU41005/ PDU31005)
Adapter NEMA L5-20R to 5-20P
(PDU81002/ PDU81101/
PDU71002/ PDU41002/
PDU41101/ PDU31002/
PDU31101)
Check
Power Cord 10ft
IEC 320 C19 to NEMA L6-20P
(PDU81006/ PDU81104/
PDU71006/ PDU41006/
PDU41104/ PDU31006/
PDU31114)
Before using, please check to ensure the package contains all the
items shown above. If there are missing parts, please contact your local
CyberPower technical support team for assistance.
4
Product Features (1U 15A Models)
Front Panel Description
NEMA Type
IEC Type
Out
3
4
5
67
Serial
2
USB
Link
Enter
1
In / ENV
Tx/Rx
- Normal
- Warning
- Critical
Select
8
A. AC Inlet/ AC Power Cord - Used to connect PDU to utility
power or UPS.
B. AC Output Receptacles - Provides power for connected
equipment.
C. Status Indicator - Indicates the condition of the PDU (eg.
load or environment status).
D. Multifunction LCD Readout - Displays various PDU
information such as power and load condition.
E. Ethernet Port – Used to connect PDU to the network.
F. ENVIROSENSOR/ Daisy Chain (In) Port (RJ45 modular port)
– Used for ENVIROSENSOR or chaining to previous PDU.
G. USB Port - Used to upgrade the firmware via a flash drive.
H. Serial Port (RJ45 modular port) - Used to connect to a PC
and control the PDU locally via SSH/Telnet.
I. Daisy Chain (Out) Port – Used for chaining to next PDU.
J. Select Button - Used to control the LCD screen and toggle
through the available information options.
K. Enter Button - Used to choose selected items, enter to next
level menu or return to previous menu.
L. Outlet Indicator (switched series only) – Indicates if the
outlet is providing power to connected equipment.
Rear Panel Description
A. Ground Stud - Use to ground the PDU.
Technical Specifications
Model Name
PDU81001
PDU71001
PDU41001
PDU31001
PDU81004
PDU71004
PDU41004
PDU31004
Input
Nominal Voltage
100-120V
100-240V
Frequency
Maximum Input Current
50/60Hz
12A UL (Derated)
10A CE/ 12A UL (Derated)
Plug Type
NEMA 5-15P
IEC 320 C14
Power Cord Type
SR (14 AWG)
Socket
Power Cord Length
12 ft/3.65 m
10 ft/3.05 m
Output
Nominal Voltage
Maximum Output Current
Outlet Type
100-120V
100-240V
12A UL (Derated)
10A CE/ 12A UL (Derated)
NEMA 5-15R
IEC 320 C13
Outlet Number
8
Management and Communications
Multifunction LCD Readout Voltage, Frequency, Load, Current, HW/FW Version, Network Information
Software
PowerPanel® Business Edition
Networking
Yes
Serial Port
RJ45
Sensor Capable
Optional
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
1.75" x 17.05" x 4.41"/ 44mm x 433mm x 112mm
Environmental
Humidity
0 to 95% Non-condensing
Altitude
11480 ft/3500 m
32oF to 131oF / 0oC to 55oC
Temperature
Safety Approvals
Certifications
UL 60950-1, FCC Class A
* All specifications are subject to change without notice.
5
UL 60950-1, CE, FCC Class A
Product Features (1U 20A Models)
Front Panel Description
NEMA Type
IEC Type
A. AC Inlet/ AC Power Cord - Used to connect PDU to utility
power or UPS.
B. AC Output Receptacles - Provides power for connected
equipment.
C. Status Indicator - Indicates the condition of the PDU (eg.
load or environment status).
D. Multifunction LCD Readout - Displays various PDU
information such as power and load condition.
E. Ethernet Port – Used to connect PDU to the network.
F. ENVIROSENSOR/ Daisy Chain (In) Port (RJ45 modular port)
– Used for ENVIROSENSOR or chaining to previous PDU.
G. USB Port - Used to upgrade the firmware via a flash drive.
H. Serial Port (RJ45 modular port) - Used to connect to a PC
and control the PDU locally via SSH/Telnet.
I. Daisy Chain (Out) Port – Used for chaining to next PDU.
J. Select Button - Used to control the LCD screen and toggle
through the available information options.
K. Enter Button - Used to choose selected items, enter to next
level menu or return to previous menu.
L. Outlet Indicator (switched series only) – Indicates if the
outlet is providing power to connected equipment.
Rear Panel Description
A. Ground Stud - Use to ground the PDU.
Technical Specifications
PDU81002
PDU71002
PDU41002
PDU31002
Model Name
PDU81005
PDU71005
PDU41005
PDU31005
PDU81006
PDU71006
PDU41006
PDU31006
100-240V
200-240V
Input
Nominal Voltage
100-120V
Frequency
50/60Hz
Maximum Input Current
Plug Type
16A CE, UL (Derated)
NEMA (L) 5-20P
(Adapter)
Power Cord Type
SR (12 AWG)
Power Cord Length
12 ft/3.65 m
IEC 320 C20
NEMA L6-20P
Socket
10 ft/3.05 m
12 ft/3.65 m
100-240V
200-240V
Output
Nominal Voltage
100-120V
Maximum Output Current
Outlet Type
16A CE, UL (Derated)
NEMA 5-20R
IEC C13
Outlet Number
8
Management and Communications
Multifunction LCD Readout Voltage, Frequency, Load, Current, HW/FW Version, Network Information
Software
PowerPanel® Business Edition
Networking
Yes
Serial Port
RJ45
Sensor Capable
Optional
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
1.75" x 17.05" x 4.41"/ 44mm x 433mm x 112mm
Environmental
Humidity
0 to 95% Non-condensing
Altitude
11480 ft/3500 m
32oF to 131oF / 0oC to 55oC
Temperature
Safety Approvals
Certifications
UL 60950-1,
FCC Class A
UL 60950-1, CE,
FCC Class A
* All specifications are subject to change without notice.
6
UL 60950-1,
FCC Class A
Product Features (2U Models)
Front Panel Description
NEMA Type
M
IEC Type
M
A. AC Inlet/ AC Power Cord - Used to connect PDU to utility
power or UPS.
B. AC Output Receptacles - Provides power for connected
equipment.
C. Status Indicator - Indicates the condition of the PDU (eg.
load or environment status).
D. Circuit Breaker – Provides overload protection.
E. ENVIROSENSOR/ Daisy Chain (In) Port (RJ45 modular port)
– Used for ENVIROSENSOR or chaining to previous PDU.
F. USB Port - Used to upgrade the firmware via a flash drive.
G. Serial Port (RJ45 modular port) - Used to connect to a PC
and control the PDU locally via SSH/Telnet.
H. Daisy Chain (Out) Port – Used for chaining to next PDU.
I. Ethernet Port – Used to connect PDU to the network.
J. Multifunction LCD Readout - Displays various PDU
information such as power and load condition.
K. Select Button - Used to control the LCD screen and toggle
through the available information options.
L. Enter Button - Used to choose selected items, enter to next
level menu or return to previous menu.
M. Outlet Indicator (switched series only) – Indicates if the
outlet is providing power to connected equipment.
Rear Panel Description
A. Ground Stud - Use to ground the PDU.
Technical Specifications
Model Name
PDU81003
PDU71003
PDU41003
PDU31003
PDU81007
PDU71007
PDU41007
PDU31007
PDU81008
PDU71008
PDU41008
PDU31008
PDU81009
PDU71009
PDU41009
PDU31009
Input
Nominal Voltage
100-120V
200-240V
Frequency
50/60Hz
Maximum Input Current
Plug Type
24A UL (Derated)
NEMA L5-30P
NEMA L6-30P
Power Cord Type
SR (10 AWG)
Power Cord Length
12 ft/3.65 m
Output
Nominal Voltage
100-120V
200-240V
Maximum Output Current
24A UL (Derated)
Maximum Output Current
20A (per bank)
Band Number
Outlet Type
2
NEMA 5-20R
Outlet Number
IEC C13
12 IEC C13/ 4 IEC C19
IEC C19
12+4
10
16
Circuit Breaker
Yes
Management and Communications
Multifunction LCD Readout
Voltage, Frequency, Load, Current, HW/FW Version, Network Information
Software
PowerPanel® Business Edition
Networking
Yes
Serial Port
RJ45
Sensor Capable
Optional
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
3.5" x 17.05" x 4.41"/ 88mm x 433mm x 112mm
Environmental
Humidity
0 to 95% Non-condensing
Altitude
11480 ft/3500 m
32oF to 113oF / 0oC to 45oC
Temperature
Safety Approvals
Certifications
UL 60950-1, FCC Class A
* All specifications are subject to change without notice.
7
Product Features (0U 16/20A Models)
Front Panel Description
NEMA Type
IEC Type
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
Enter
Select
- Normal
- Warning
- Critical
- Normal
- Warning
- Critical
Tx/RxLink
In / ENV
Enter
Select
Tx/RxLink
Out
In / ENV
USB
Out
USB
Serial
Serial
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
A. AC Inlet/ AC Power Cord - Used to connect PDU to utility
power or UPS.
B. Outlet Indicator (switched series only) – Indicates if the outlet
is providing power to connected equipment.
C. Status Indicator - Indicates the condition of the PDU (eg. load
or environment status).
D. Multifunction LCD Readout - Displays various PDU
information such as power and load condition.
E. Ethernet Port - Used to connect PDU to the network.
F. ENVIROSENSOR/ Daisy Chain (In) Port (RJ45 modular port)
- Used for ENVIROSENSOR or chaining to previous PDU.
G. USB Port - Used to upgrade the firmware via a flash drive.
H. AC Output Receptacles - Provides power for connected
equipment.
I. Serial Port (RJ45 modular port) - Used to connect to a PC
and control the PDU locally via SSH/Telnet.
J. Daisy Chain (Out) Port - Used for chaining to next PDU.
K. Select Button - Used to control the LCD screen and toggle
through the available information options.
L. Enter Button - Used to choose selected items, enter to next
level menu or return to previous menu.
8
Product Features (0U 16/20A Models)
Rear Panel Description
A. Bracket Screw Hole – Used to secure the Mounting
Brackets or Mounting Pegs.
Technical Specifications
Model Name
PDU81101
PDU41101
PDU31101
PDU81104
PDU41104
PDU31114
PDU81404
PDU41404
PDU31414
Input
Nominal Voltage
100-120V
200-240V
Frequency
50/60Hz
Maximum Input Current
Plug Type
Power Cord Type
16A UL (Derated)
16A CE
NEMA (L)5-20P
NEMA L6-20P
(Adapter)
IEC 309 16A
SR (12 AWG)
16A UL (Derated)
16A CE
NEMA L6-20P
IEC 309 16A
Socket
Power Cord Length
10 ft/ 3.05 m
Output
Nominal Voltage
100-120V
Maximum Input Current
Outlet Type
200-240V
16A UL (Derated)
16A UL (Derated)
16A CE
16A CE
NEMA 5-20R
21 IEC C13/ 3 IEC C19
18 IEC C13/ 2 IEC C19
24
21+3
18+2
Outlet Number
Management and Communications
Multifunction LCD Readout
Voltage, Frequency, Load, Current, HW/FW Version, Network Information
Software
PowerPanel® Business Edition
Networking
Yes
Serial Port
RJ45
Sensor Capable
Optional
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
65.5" x 2.2" x 1.9"/ 1665mm x 56mm x 48mm
35.5" x 2.2" x 1.9"/
902mm x 56mm x 48mm
Environmental
Humidity
0 to 95% Non-condensing
Altitude
Temperature
11480 ft/ 3500 m
o
o
o
32 F to 140 F/ 0 C to 60oC
32oF to 131oF/ 0oC to 55oC
Safety Approvals
Certifications
UL 60950-1, FCC Class A
* All specifications are subject to change without notice.
9
CE
FCC Class A
UL 60950-1, FCC Class A
CE, FCC Class A
Product Features (0U 30/32A Models)
Front Panel Description
NEMA Type
IEC Type
BANK 1 (20A)
BANK 1 (20A)
M
M
BANK 2 (20A)
BANK 2 (20A)
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
BANK 1
BANK 1
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
Enter
Select
- Normal
- Warning
- Critical
- Normal
- Warning
- Critical
Tx/RxLink
Tx/RxLink
In / ENV
Enter
Select
In / ENV
Out
Out
USB
USB
Serial
Serial
9
9
10
10
BANK 1
BANK 1
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
BANK 2
BANK 2
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
A. AC Inlet/ AC Power Cord - Used to connect PDU to utility
power or UPS.
B. Outlet Indicator (switched series only) – Indicates if the outlet
is providing power to connected equipment.
C. Status Indicator - Indicates the condition of the PDU (eg. load
or environment status).
D. Multifunction LCD Readout - Displays various PDU
information such as power and load condition.
E. Ethernet Port - Used to connect PDU to the network.
F. ENVIROSENSOR/ Daisy Chain (In) Port (RJ45 modular port)
- Used for ENVIROSENSOR or chaining to previous PDU.
G. USB Port - Used to upgrade the firmware via a flash drive.
H. AC Output Receptacles - Provides power for connected
equipment.
I. Serial Port (RJ45 modular port) - Used to connect to a PC
and control the PDU locally via SSH/Telnet.
J. Daisy Chain (Out) Port - Used for chaining to next PDU.
K. Select Button - Used to control the LCD screen and toggle
through the available information options.
L. Enter Button - Used to choose selected items, enter to next
level menu or return to previous menu.
M. Circuit Breaker – Provides overload protection.
10
Product Features (0U 30/32A Models)
Rear Panel Description
A. Bracket Screw Hole – Used to secure the Mounting
Brackets or Mounting Pegs.
Technical Specifications
PDU81102
PDU41102
PDU31102
Model Name
PDU81105
PDU41105
PDU81405
PDU41405
PDU31106
PDU31406
Input
Nominal Voltage
100-120V
200-240V
Frequency
50/60Hz
Maximum Input Current
Plug Type
24A UL (Derated)
NEMA L5-30P
32A CE
NEMA L6-30P
IEC 309 32A
Power Cord Type
SR (10 AWG)
Power Cord Length
10 ft/ 3.05m
Output
Nominal Voltage
100-120V
Maximum Output Current
200-240V
24A UL (Derated)
Maximum Output Current
Outlet Type
32A CE
20A (per bank)
21 IEC C13/ 3 IEC C19
NEMA 5-20R
Outlet Number
36 IEC C13/ 6 IEC C19
21+3
24
36+6
Circuit Breaker
Yes
Management and Communications
Multifunction LCD Readout Voltage, Frequency, Load, Current, HW/FW Version, Network Information
Software
PowerPanel® Business Edition
Networking
Yes
Serial Port
RJ45
Sensor Capable
Optional
Physical
Dimensions (H x W x D)
65.5" x 2.2" x 1.9"/ 1665mm x 56mm x 48mm
Environmental
Humidity
0 to 95% Non-condensing
Altitude
Temperature
11480 ft/3500 m
32oF to 140oF / 0oC to 60oC
32oF to 131oF/ 0oC to 55oC
UL 60950-1, FCC Class A
CE, FCC Class A
Safety Approvals
Certifications
* All specifications are subject to change without notice.
11
Installation Guide
Please use only the provided screws through the
entire installation process.
Horizontal Installation
For 1U Models
Step 1. Mounting Bracket Installation
Use the provided Mounting Bracket Screws (8) to attach the
SHORT Mounting Brackets (2) to the PDU.
If you plan on attaching the Cord Retention Tray to the PDU,
you will need to use the LONG Mounting Brackets (2).
Step 2. PDU Mounting
Use the supplied Washers (4) and Screws (4) to secure the
PDU to your existing rack system.
Note: You may also use the screw sets provided by the rack
to secure the PDU.
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Installation Guide
Step 3. Cord Retention Tray Installation (optional)
Adjust the length of the Cord Retention Tray till the
screw hole on the Tray and PDU are aligned. Attach the
Cord Retention Tray to the PDU with the 4 supplied
Cord Retention Tray Mounting Screws. Tighten the Cord
Retention Tray with the screw on it.
Use the provided Cable Ties to fasten each cord to the Cord
Retention Tray.
Note: If the PDUs are intended to install in a high temperature
environment, please use the Power Cords that could sustain
high temperature operation.
For 2U Models
Step 1. Mounting Bracket Installation
Use the provided Mounting Bracket Screws (8) to attach the
Mounting Brackets (2) to the PDU.
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Installation Guide
Step 2. PDU Mounting
Use the supplied Washers (4) and Screws (4) to secure the
PDU to your existing rack system.
Note: You may also use the screw sets provided by the rack
to secure the PDU.
Step 3. Cord Retention Tray Installation (optional)
Adjust the length of the Cord Retention Tray till the
screw hole on the Tray and PDU are aligned. Attach the
Cord Retention Tray to the PDU with the 8 supplied
Cord Retention Tray Mounting Screws. Tighten the Cord
Retention Tray with the screw on it.
Use the provided Cable Ties to fasten each cord to the Cord
Retention Tray.
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Installation Guide
Vertical Installation
For 1U Models
Step 1. Mounting Bracket Installation
Use the provided Mounting Bracket Screws (8) to attach the
SHORT Mounting Brackets (2) to the PDU.
Step 2. PDU Mounting
Use the supplied Washers (2) and Screws (2) to secure the
PDU to your existing rack system.
Note: You may also use the screw sets provided by the rack
to secure the PDU.
For 0U Models
Step 1. PDU Mounting
Align the Keyhole Mounts to the Keyhole Slots on the rack.
Insert and slide down to lock firmly into the place.
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Installation Guide
If there is no Keyhole Slot on your rack, please choose from
the following methods that is best for your rack deployment
to secure the PDU.
Use the supplied Washers and Rack Mounting Screws to
attach the Mounting Brackets to your existing rack system.
Align the Keyhole Mounts to the Keyhole Slots on the
Mounting Brackets. Insert and slide down to lock firmly into
the place.
Method 1
Method 2
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Installation Guide
Method 3
17
Installation Guide
Step 2. Cord Retention Tray Installation (optional)
Adjust the length of the Cord Retention Tray till the screw
hole on the Tray and PDU are aligned. Attach the Cord
Retention Tray to the PDU with the supplied Cord Retention
Tray Mounting Screws. Tighten the Cord Retention Tray with
the screw on it.
Use the provided Cable Ties to fasten each cord to the Cord
Retention Tray.
Note: If the PDUs are intended to install in a high temperature
environment, please use the Power Cords that could sustain
high temperature operation.
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Installation Guide
Power Cord Direction Change – For 0U PDU
Step 1. Remove the four screws from the power cord cover. Keep
the screws for later use.
Step 2. Rotate the power cord cover.
Step 3. Install the power cord cover back to the PDU with the four
screws.
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Installation Guide
Locking Power Cord - For IEC Type PDU
Input Power Cord
Step 1. Align and insert the Cable Tie from the upper side of the
Fixed Stand and fasten it as shown below.
Step 2. Align and insert the Cable Tie from the bottom side of the
Fixed Stand and fasten it as shown below.
Output Power Cord
Step 1. Align and insert the Cable Tie from the upper side of the
Fixed Stand and fasten it as shown below.
Electrical Installation
Step 1. Receptacle evaluation
Ensure that the plug type of your PDU unit matches the wall
receptacle type that you are using.
The PDU must be plugged into a three-wire, grounded wall receptacle
only. The wall receptacle must also be connected to an appropriate
branch circuit/main with fuse or circuit breaker protection. Connection
to any other type of wall receptacle may result in a shock hazard.
Step 2. Plug the PDU into a CyberPower UPS system (recommended)
or the wall receptacle.
Step 3. Attach equipment
It is extremely important not to exceed the PDUs maximum
current load (as outlined in the Specifications section). In
order to determine your total load, simply use the LCD screen
on the front of the PDU to monitor the load being attached.
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Installation Guide
Network Installation
Step 1 – Network Connection
Using an Ethernet cable, attach one end to the Ethernet
port on the front of the PDU, and the other end to a
network port.
Step 2 – Establish the PDU IP address
Assigning an IP address to the CyberPower PDU requires
the user to have an available IP address that is valid on the
respective network. If an available IP address is unknown,
contact the network administrator to obtain one.
DHCP is enabled by factory default. If the PDU does not receive
an IP address from the network's DHCP server, it will default to
192.168.20.177.
There are multiple methods for setting up the IP address on the
PDU. Please follow the instructions below for the method that is
appropriate for your application.
Please make sure the PDU is powered on during this process.
Option 1: Power Device Network Utility (recommended)
1. Download and install the Power Device Network Utility software
from www.cyberpower.com.
2. Open the Power Device Network Utility and select the PDU device
from the list and select Tools > Device Setup from the menu.
3. Configure the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway Address to
match your network settings.
4. Enter the user name and password of the PDU device at the
Authentication menu.
Note: The default username is “cyber” and the default password is
“cyber”.
Option 2: DHCP Server
1. Ask your administrator if there is DHCP server on the LAN.
2. Make sure the DHCP is Enabled.
3. Make sure the network connection is ready and power on the
PDU.
4. The PDU will obtain an IP address from the DHCP server
automatically.
Option 3: Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) Command
1. Obtain the MAC address from the sticker on the PDU.
2. Open a command prompt as an administrator and type the
following:
“arp -s [available IP address] [MAC address of PDU]”.
00-0c-15-80-00-01
Example: arp -s 192.168.20.240
IP Address
MAC Address
3. Use the Ping command to assign a size of 123 bytes to the IP.
* Type in “ping 192.168.20.240 -l 123” then press Enter.
* If the replies are received, your computer can communicate with
the IP address
Option 4: Hyper Terminal or Terminal Emulator
1. Use the included RJ45/DB9 serial port connection cable, attach one
end to the serial port on the front of the PDU, and the other end to
the PC/ server.
2. Open the Hyper Terminal software on your PC and select a name
and icon for the connection.
3. Setup the COM port settings using the values indicated in Appendix A.
4. Press Enter to enter the Authentication menu.
5. Enter the user name and password of the PDU device at the
Authentication menu.
6. Press 2 and Enter to access Network Settings to view the IP address.
Note: The default username is “cyber” and the default password is
“cyber”. For further information and configuration via Hyper
Terminal, see Appendix A- Hyper Terminal.
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Operation
Remote Management
The remote management function provides monitoring of the PDU
operational information, controlling outlets and utilizing SNMP
functionality.
Web
Remote management can be performed via web interface. To access
the web interface, please follow the instructions below:
1. Enter the IP address of the PDU into a web browser.
2. Enter the user name and password of the PDU device at the
authentication screen.
Note: The default username is “cyber” and the default password is
“cyber”.
For additional information about the features and functionality of
CyberPower Management Console, please refer to the Intelligent
PDU Web Interface User’s Manual available for download from
www.cyberpower.com.
Telnet and SSH
The CyberPower PDU provides Telnet and Secure Shell (SSH) as Remote
Management methods. Telnet uses user name and password as basic
security while SSH has a higher security level with encryption of the
transmitted packets including user name, password, and data. Configure
the Setting of Telnet and SSH on the Web Interface. The default user
name and password is cyber; cyber.
SNMP
The CyberPower PDU supports SNMPv1 and SNMPv3 protocols.
Download the CyberPower MIB file from www.cyberpower.com and
add it to an SNMP-supported management software. Default read/
write community is public/private for SNMPv1. SNMPv3 provides a
higher security level than SNMPv1 by encrypting the transmitted packet.
Configure the settings of the SNMPv1/SNMPv3 on Web Interface.
Local Management
LCD Operation
The LCD screen provides instant information, such as voltage, current
and power, for the PDU. In addition, users can use the interface
to configure each PDU parameters and control each outlet on the
Switched PDU. The LCD detects the installation orientation of the PDU
(horizontally or vertically), therefore automatically rotates the screen to
best fit the reading direction.
A. Scroll Mode: The PDU information will display in following order
automatically when “Scroll Mode On” is configured.
Device Information
Bank 1 Information (2U series)
Bank 2 Information (2U series)
Environment Status (Displays when the ENVIROSENSOR is connected)
Alert
B. Main Menu Map
Alert
Meter
Current
Log
Device
Bank
Outlet
Immediate On
Delay On
Immediate Off
Delay Off
Reboot
Delay Reboot
Color
Brightness
Direction
Screen off
Account (User Name
and Password)
Except TCP
To Default
Device
Control
Bank 1/2
Outlet 1-N
LCD
Setting
Reset
About
Reboot
Model Name
Serial Number
Network
Daisy Chain (Displays when
the PDUs are connected)
Hardware Version
Firmware Version
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Operation
LED Indicators
Indicator
Status
Green
Description
The PDU status is ok.
Status
Orange
Warning.
Tx/Rx
Red
Critical.
Off
The PDU power is off.
On (Green)
The PDU power is on.
Flashing
On
Reset finished.
Indicates the PDU is connected to the
LAN.
Indicates the PDU is not connected to
the LAN.
The outlet is on and providing power.
Off
The outlet is off.
On
LINK
Outlet
Receiving/transmitting data packet.
Off
Environmental Monitoring (optional)
CyberPower PDUs along with the environmental sensor
(ENVIROSENSOR) provide temperature and humidity monitoring
in a server closet and/or datacenter remotely. To connect the
PDU with ENVIROSENSOR, use the RJ45 Ethernet Cable included
with the ENVIROSENSOR. Plug one end into the Daisy Chain (In)/
ENVIROSENSOR port on the PDU and the other end into the RJ45
port on the ENVIROSENSOR (as shown in figure below). When the
PDU correctly connects to the ENVIROSENSOR, users can see the
temperature and humidity data via the Web Interface. For further
information regarding ENVIROSENSOR configuration, please refer
to the Intelligent PDU Web Interface User’s Manual.
Device Reset
•
•
To locally reset all the settings to default, use Reset function in
the LCD screen.
To remotely reset all the settings to default, log in to the Web
interface, enter the Reset page and apply the function.
Unattended/Automatic Shutdown
PowerPanel® Business Edition (Client) software automatically
initiates a graceful shutdown on the connected computer's
operating system. PowerPanel must be installed on every computer
or server for which the shutdown is to take place. The computer will
receive a message from the PDU, and will perform the shutdown
according to the instructions provided, including shut downs at
exact times and dates.
Step 1. Computer Configuration
1. Install PowerPanel® Business Edition Client on every computer
or server that will be part of the shutdown process (Follow the
instructions in the PowerPanel® Business Edition User Manual).
2. Configure the settings in PowerPanel® Business Edition Client.
See the PowerPanel Business® Edition User Manual for detailed
instructions.
Step 2. PDU Configuration
Verify that the IP address of all computers that will be part of the
shutdown process, are included in the Client List on the web interface.
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Operation
Step 3. Notification
Notifying the computers of potential outlet shutdown can be
accomplished using the following functions:
•
•
•
Outlets Control Menu: Performing the task of turning off or
rebooting outlets.
Scheduling Menu: Setting the PDU to perform the task of
turning off or rebooting outlets. The notification will occur
prior to the scheduled date/time.
Outlet Overload: In the event of PDU overload, notification will
be sent prior to the PDU shutting down.
Firmware Upgrade
By upgrading the Firmware, you can obtain new features and updates/
improvements to existing functionality. To ensure the firmware is
kept up to date, please regularly visit our website to see if there is
any updated firmware version available. There are three methods for
upgrading the PDU firmware. Please follow the instructions below for
the method that is appropriate for your application. There are two
files to update in order to upgrade the firmware version:
* cpsmpdumafw_XXX.bin
* cpsmpdumadata_XXX.bin
Note that the XXX is not part of the file name but is where the
version number in the filename is given.
Prior to performing a firmware update, please:
• Download the latest firmware from www.cyberpower.com.
• Extract the downloaded firmware file to your local “C:\” drive.
Note:
1. The FTP service needs to be enabled before attempting to
execute a firmware upgrade.
2. Please do not turn the PDU off when performing the firmware
upgrade. PDU outlets will remain powered on while the firmware
update takes place. Only the PDU LCD screen will reboot.
3. The PDU LCD screen will reboot during the firmware update
process. This DOES NOT cause the PDU outlets to reboot.
Option 1: Single Device Upgrade
Use the following steps to upgrade the firmware.
1. Open a command prompt window and navigate to “C:\”.
2. Login to the PDU with FTP command, type
- C:\>ftp
- ftp> open 192.168.22.126 21 (for example: 192.168.22.126
is the current IP of the PDU and 21 is the default ftp
port for the PDU)
- Connected to 192.168.22.126.
- 220 CyberPower FTP Server Ready.
- User (192.168.22.126:(none)):cyber
- 331 User name okay, need password.
- Password:
- 230 User logged in, proceed.
- ftp>
3. Upload the cpsmpdumafw_XXX.bin, type
- ftp > bin
- ftp > put cpsmpdumafw_XXX.bin
4. Upgrade complete, type
- ftp > quit
5. The system will reboot after you type "quit". This reboot will take
approx. 30 seconds.
6. Login to the PDU via FTP again, type
- C:\>ftp
- ftp> open 192.168.22.126 21 (for example: 192.168.22.126
is the current IP of the PDU and 21 is the default ftp
port for the PDU)
- Connected to 192.168.22.126.
- 220 CyberPower FTP Server Ready.
- User (192.168.22.126:(none)):cyber
- 331 User name okay, need password.
- Password:
- 230 User logged in, proceed.
- ftp>
7. Upload cpsmpdumadata_XXX.bin, type
- ftp > bin
- ftp > put cpsmpdumadata_XXX.bin
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Firmware Upgrade
8. Upgrade complete, type
- ftp > quit
9 . The system will reboot after you type “quit”.
Note: You can check to see if the firmware upgrade is successful
by checking the “Firmware version” on the [System->About]
screen via web UI.
Option 2: Single or Multiple Device Upgrade (recommended)
Use the following steps to upgrade the firmware.
1. Download the Upgrade and Configuration Utility from
www.cyberpower.com.
2. Open Upgrade and Configuration Utility from Start > All
Programs > CyberPower Upgrade and Configuration Utility.
3. Wait for search to finish (Shown in Figure 1).
Figure 1
4. Check the checkbox to select devices listed in the Operation
View (Shown in Figure 2).
Figure 2
5. Make sure Account and Password are valid on selected devices
(Shown in Figure 3).
Figure 3
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Firmware Upgrade
6. Select Upgrade Firmware.
7. Click Browse to locate and select the firmware and data file to be
updated (Shown in Figure 4).
Figure 4
8. Click OK in the Upgrade Firmware confirmation window (Shown
in Figure 5).
Figure 5
9. The upgrade progress bar will show in Last Action column
(Shown in Figure 6).
Figure 6
10. The result of firmware upgrade will show in Result column
(Shown in Figure 7).
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Firmware Upgrade
Figure 7
Note: If you don’t want to wait for the firmware upgrade, you can
stop action by choosing Abort in the Action menu. However,
it’s not recommended because Abort action may cause the
device to malfunction.
Option 3: Use a USB Flash Drive
Use the following steps to upgrade the firmware.
1. Download the latest firmware from www.cyberpower.com.
2. Extract the file to the root directory of a USB flash drive with
FAT32 format. Please note that the two files below should be
available in order to complete the firmware upgrade process:
* cpsmpdumadata_xxx.bin
* cpsmpdumafw_xxx.bin
3. Plug the USB drive into the PDU USB port and press Enter button
on the PDU LCD screen to enter Main Menu. The USB option will
be displayed.
Main Menu
Alert
Meter
Control
Sensor
Setting
About
USB
4. Select USB and press Enter button to enter Firmware Upgrade
menu.
5. Select Main and Yes to start the upgrade process.
USB
Main
USB
USB
Firmware
Upgrade
Main
Return
Firmware
Upgrade
Confirm?
Yes
No
Firmware
Upgrade
Processing
Firmware
Upgrade
Success
6. The PDU will reboot after the process is completed.
Note: You can check to see if the firmware upgrade is successful
by checking the “Firmware version” on the [System->About]
screen via web UI.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
PDU outlets do
1. Breaker tripped
not provide power 2. Power cord is not
to connected
properly plugged
equipment
in
Amperage
displayed on
LCD screen
Overload
exceeds the units
capability
Circuit breakers
have tripped
Solution
Reset Breaker, check
the plug to insure its
connected correctly. If the
problem remains, contact
technical support.
The load indicator shows
red when overload. Reduce
the load on the PDU until
the overload is gone. If the
problem remains, contact
technical support.
1. Sustained overload
2. Excessive ambient Reset Breaker.
or internal
If the problem remains,
temperatures
contact technical support.
3. Faulty breaker
Conformance Approvals
FCC Warning
WARNING!! Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
WARNING!! This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class A Digital Device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, 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.
Notice: (1) An unshielded-type power cord is required in order
to meet FCC emission limits and also to prevent interference to
the nearby radio and television reception. It is essential that only
the supplied power cord by used. (2) Use only shielded cables to
connect I/O devices to this equipment.
Note: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED
MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH MODIFICATIONS
COULD VOID THE USER’S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE
EQUIPMENT.
The Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the
Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulation.
Cet appareil numerique de la class A respecte toutes les exigencies
du Reglement sur le materiel brouilleur du Canada.
European Union
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product
may cause radio interference in which case the user may be
required to take adequate measures.
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Customer Service & Warranty
Product Registration
Thank you for purchasing a CyberPower product. Prompt product
registration entitles coverage under the Limited Warranty and also allows the
opportunity to be notified of product enhancements, upgrades, and other
announcements.
Registration is quick and easy at www.cyberpowersystems.com/registration (for
USA and Canada) or www.cyberpower.com/registration (for all other regions).
Cyber Power International
Feel free to contact our Tech Support department with installation,
troubleshooting, or general product questions.
Cyber Power Systems, Inc.
Web: www.cyberpower.com
For USA and Canada:
4241 12th Ave East, Suite 400 Shakopee, MN55379
Toll-free: (877) 297-6937
For all other regions:
Please visit our website for local contact information.
Limited Warranty
Read the following terms and conditions carefully before using the
CyberPower PDU series. By using the Product, you consent to be bound by
and become a party to the terms and conditions of this Limited Warranty. If
you do not agree to the terms and conditions of this Warranty, you should
return the Product for a full refund prior to using it.
Who Is Providing This Warranty?
CyberPower Systems, Inc. provides this Limited Warranty.
What Does This Warranty Cover?
This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship in the Product
under normal use and conditions.
What Is the Period of Coverage?
For USA and Canada, CyberPower provides a 3-Year warranty to the original
purchaser who owns the Product. For other regions, please contact your
local CyberPower sales team for more information.
Who Is Covered?
This warranty only covers the original purchaser. Coverage ends if you sell or
otherwise transfer the Product.
How Do You Get Service?
1. You can use the contact information mentioned above for instructions.
2. When you contact CyberPower, identify the Product and the Purchase
Date.
3. You must provide a purchase receipt (or other proof of the original
purchase) and provide a description of the defect.
What Will We Do To Correct Problems?
CyberPower will inspect and examine the Product. If the Product is
defective in material or workmanship, CyberPower will repair or replace it at
CyberPower's expense, or, if CyberPower is unable to or decides not to repair
or replace the Product (if defective) within a reasonable time, CyberPower
will refund to you the full purchase price you paid for the Product (purchase
receipt showing price paid is required).
Who Pays for Shipping?
We pay when we send items to you; you pay when you send items to us.
What Are Some Things This Warranty Does Not Cover?
1. This Warranty does not cover any software that is damaged or needs to be
replaced due to the failure of the Product or any data that is lost as a result
of the failure or the restoration of data or records, or the re-installation of
software.
2. This Warranty does not cover or apply to: misuse, modification, operation
or storage outside environmental limits of the Product or the equipment
connected to it, nor for damage while in transit or in storage, nor if there has
been improper operation or maintenance, or use with items not designed
or intended for use with the Product, such as laser printers, appliances,
aquariums, medical or life support devices, etc.
What are the Limitations?
1. This Warranty does not apply unless the Product and the equipment that
was connected to it were connected to properly wired and grounded outlets
(including compliance with electrical and safety codes of the most current
electrical code), without the use of any adapters or other connectors.
2. The Product must have been plugged directly into the power source and
the equipment connected to the Product must be directly connected to the
Product and not "daisy-chained" together in serial fashion with any extension
cords, another Product or device similar to the Product, surge suppressor, or
power tap. Any such installation voids the Limited Warranty.
3. The Product and equipment connected to it must have been used properly
in a suitable and proper environment and in conformance with any license,
instruction manual, or warnings provided with the Product and the equipment
connected to it.
4. The Product must have been used at all times within the limitations on the
Product's VA capacity.
5. The sole and exclusive remedies of the Initial Customer are those provided by
this Warranty.
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Appendix A-Hyper Terminal
Hyper Terminal software can be used for basic PDU configuration.
In order for Hyper Terminal to interact with the PDU, the PC/server
must be connected directly to the PDU via the serial port with the
included RJ45/DB9 serial port connection cable. It utilizes a textbased interface and menu system. Navigation through the interface
is done by typing the number of the menu option and pressing the
Enter key. Setup the COM port settings using the following values.
*
*
*
*
*
Bits per second: 9600
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
Note: The session will timeout and logout after 3 minutes of
inactivity. Menu options are shown below:
[Main Menu]
1. Outlet Manager (Switched PDU Series Only)
2. Network Settings
3. System Configuration
4. Account Settings
5. Configure System to Default
6. Logout
[Outlet Manager]
1. Outlet Control
2. Outlet Configuration
[Network Setting]
Physical MAC Address: 00-0C-15-40-08-A9
1. System IP: 192.168.24.20
2. Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
3. Default Gateway: 192.168.24.254
4. DHCP: Enabled
5. Http Port: 80
6. Http Access: Enabled
[System Configuration]
1. Date (mm/dd/yyyy) : 11/11/2011
2. Time (hh:mm:ss): 17:17:25
3. Name:PDU20SW8FNET
4. Contact: Administrator
5. Location: Server Room
[Account Setting]
1. Administrator
2. Viewer (Web Only)
[Configure System to Default]
Sure to Configure System to Default
1. Yes
2. No
Appendix B-Power Device Network Utility
Overview
The CyberPower Power Device Network Utility is an easy-to-use
interface which is used for establishing IP addresses on CyberPower
PDU devices.
Installation
Step 1. Download the Power Device Network Utility software from
www.cyberpower.com.
Step 2. Select Next in the software wizard (Shown in Figure 1).
Figure 1
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Appendix B-Power Device Network Utility
Step 3. Choose an installation directory. Select Next (Shown in
Figure 2).
Figure 2
Step 4. Select Install to confirm the settings and install (Shown in
Figure 3).
Figure 3
Step 5. Select Finish to finalize the installation (Shown in Figure 4).
Figure 4
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Appendix B-Power Device Network Utility
Launch Program
To launch the Power Device Network Utility and get started, select
Programs from the Start menu in Windows and locate the new
folder and icons for Power Device Network Utility. Select Power
Device Network Utility from the program folder (Shown in Figure 5).
Figure 5. Power Device Network Utility
Getting Started
The Power Device Network Utility scans the network for devices with
MAC addresses that match CyberPower network hardware. Once
found, the device(s) can then be figured with a specific IP address,
subnet mask, and gateway address. This allows the device(s) to function
properly on the network and interface with CyberPower Management
Console.
Step 1. Select the appropriate PDU device from the Equipment List
(Shown in Figure 6).
Figure 6. Equipment List
Note: If the PDU does not appear on the list, click the Refresh button to
rescan the network. If it still does not appear, ensure that the PDU
is turned on and was installed correctly.
Pressing Stop will cancel the scan/refresh process.
Note: If your computer has a software firewall installed, you may
see a Windows Security Alert message (Shown in Figure 7).
In Windows XP SP2, the default firewall alert message is shown
as Figure 7. You need to allow the Power Device Network Utility
access through the firewall. Click Unblock to allow access.
Figure 7. Windows Security Alert
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Appendix B-Power Device Network Utility
Step 2. Assign a valid IP Address to the PDU
Option 1: Assisted Setup (recommended)
With the appropriate device selected from the Equipment
List, open the Network Settings menu (Shown in Figure 8)
[Tools=>Device Setup]. In the Device Network Setting Menu, enter
a valid IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address to setup the
PDU device.
Figure 8. Network Setting Menu (Device Setup)
Note: The DHCP option is not available for all power devices.
Step 3. Authentication
Enter the user name and password of the PDU device at the
Authentication menu (Shown in Figure 9).
Note: The default username is “cyber” and the default password is
“cyber”.
Figure 9. Authentication screen
Advanced Settings
Timeout Settings
The Timeout Setting (Shown in Figure 10). [Edit=>Timeout Settings]
is used to specify the wait time when scanning for network PDU
devices. When there are many devices on the local network, it may
take extended periods of time to locate all the devices. The timeout
function is used to limit the search time.
The default setting is 3 seconds. Valid values are 3 to 60 seconds.
Figure 10. Timeout Setting
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New LCD PDU Daisy-Chain Function Introduction
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recognized by serial number and their order within the daisy-chain.
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Note:
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the daisy-chain function, the firmware version of the
within
the daisy-chain.
connected PDUs needs to be the same (v1.07 or above).
Note: To perform the daisy-chain function, the firmware version of
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ummary
PDU
Log does daisy-chain
System
What functions
on the Web pages
support?
Device
Statustable:
Please find
in below
Status Records
Identification
Outlet Status
Energy Records
Summary
Device Manager
Graphing
Device Status
Outlet Manager
Outlet Control
Outlet Status
Outlet Schedule
PDU
Device Manager
Manager
How to switch between Outlet
Host and
Guest PDUs on the Web interface?
unctionality supported Outlet
by daisy-chained
Control PDUs will have the Host/ Guest #
rop down menu displayed on the Web interface (as shown below).
Outlet Schedule
Status Records
Log
Energy Records
Graphing
System
Identification
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Summary
PDU
Log
System
Identification
Appendix
C-PDU Daisy-Chain
Function
Outlet Status
Energy Records
Device Status
Status Records
Device Manager
Graphing
Outlet Manager
How to switch
between
Outlet
ControlHost and Guest PDUs on the Web
interface? Outlet Schedule
Functionality supported by daisy-chained PDUs will have the Host/
How to switch between Host and Guest PDUs on the Web interface?
Guest
# drop down menu displayed on the Web interface (as
Functionality supported by daisy-chained PDUs will have the Host/ Guest #
shown
below).
drop down menu displayed on the Web interface (as shown below).
Can I upgrade the firmware version of the Guest PDUs through
the Host PDU?
Yes, you can upgrade the firmware using the Upgrade and
Configuration Utility, FTP (network connection required), or USB
port. Once the Hostcompletes the PDU firmware upgrade, it will
trigger its Guest PDUs to upgrade the firmware automatically. It
takes about 5 minutes for the Guest PDUs to upgrade, regardless of
Can
upgradeof
the
firmware
theI number
PDUs
in theversion
series.of the Guest PDUs through the Host PDU
Yes, you can upgrade the firmware using the Upgrade and Configuration Utilit
FTP (network connection required), or USB port. Once the Host completes th
PDU
firmware
upgrade,
it will
triggercable
its Guest
PDUs to upgrade
thePDU
firmware
What
will happen
if an
Ethernet
is disconnected
in the
automatically.
daisy-chain?It takes about 5 minutes for the Guest PDUs to upgrade,
regardless of the number of PDUs in the series.
For example, if four PDUs are connected and the cable connecting
Guest
1 and
2 is disconnected,
then Guest
2 and 3 will
no longer
be
What
will
happen
if an Ethernet cable
is disconnected
in the
PDU daisy-chai
detected
byifthe
PDU.
An event showing
that Guest
2 andGuest
3
For
example,
fourHost
PDUs
are connected
and the cable
connecting
1 and
removed will
beGuest
recorded
PDU.be
Meanwhile,
Guest
2
isare
disconnected,
then
2 andin3the
willHost
no longer
detected by
the Host
PD
An
event
showing
Guest
2 and 3 are
removed
will
recorded
in the Hos
and
3 will
createthat
a new
daisy-chain
where
Guest
2 be
becomes
a Host
PDU.
Guest 2 Guest
and 3 will
a new
daisy-chain where Guest 2
and Meanwhile,
Guest 3 becomes
1 to create
the new
Host.
becomes a Host and Guest 3 becomes Guest 1 to the new Host.
Ethernet
Host
Guest #1
Guest #2
Host
Guest #3
Guest #1
In the above example, if the disconnected Ethernet cable is re-connected, wil
In the above example, if the disconnected Ethernet cable is rethe role of the PDUs stay the same?
connected, will the role of the PDUs stay the same?
Yes, when the disconnected cable between Guest 1 and 2 is re-connected,
Yes, when
the
disconnected
between
Guest
2 and 3
will
revert to theircable
previous
roles. Guest 1 and 2 is re-
connected, Guest 2 and 3 will revert to their previous roles.
What happens if one PDU in the daisy-chain is powered off?
For example, if four PDUs are connected and Guest 1 is powered off, an event
What happens
if one
PDU
in the
daisy-chain
powered
off?Host PDU.
showing
that Guest
1, 2 and
3 are
removed
will be is
recorded
in the
Guest
2 and 3 will
not create
daisy-chain.
For example,
if four
PDUs another
are connected
and Guest 1 is powered
o, anthe
event
thatthe
Guest
2 and
3 are removed
be
Does
Hostshowing
PDU record
logs1,of
the Guest
PDUs and will
itself?
recorded
in PDU
the Host
PDU.
2 and
will not
create
another to it.
Yes,
the Host
records
theGuest
logs from
all 3Guest
PDUs
daisy-chained
daisy-chain.
Will the Logs of the Guest PDUs recorded in the Host PDU be cleared if the
Guest PDUs are removed from the Host PDU?
Does
the Host
record
logs ofeven
theafter
Guest
itself?
No,
the Logs
of thePDU
Guest
PDUs the
will remain
thePDUs
Guestand
PDUs
are remove
Yes, the Host PDU records the logs from all Guest PDUs daisy-
Does the Host PDU record the Status Records of the Guest PDUs and itself?
chained to it.
Yes, the Host PDU records the Status Records for all the PDUs in the
daisy-chain.
Willthe
the
LogsRecords
of the Guest
in the
Host
PDU
be be cleare
Will
Status
of thePDUs
Guestrecorded
PDUs logged
in the
Host
PDU
if the
Guest
PDUs are removed
from
Host PDU?
ifcleared
the Guest
PDUs
are disconnected
from the
Hostthe
PDU?
No,once
the Logs
of the
Guest
will remain
even
after the
Guest
Yes,
the Guest
PDUs
arePDUs
removed,
the Status
Records
logged
in the Host
PDUs
PDU
willare
be removed.
cleared. As long as the Host PDU does not connect to other PDUs
the Status Records of the disconnected PDU can be displayed when it is
re-connected to the Host PDU. If the35
Host PDU connects to different PDUs, th
Status Records of the removed PDU will be entirely cleared.
Appendix C-PDU Daisy-Chain Function
Does the Host PDU record the Status Records of the Guest PDUs
and itself?
Yes, the Host PDU records the Status Records for all the PDUs in
the daisy-chain.
Will the Status Records of the Guest PDUs logged in the Host
PDU be cleared if the Guest PDUs are disconnected from the Host
PDU?
Yes, once the Guest PDUs are removed, the Status Records logged
in the Host PDU will be cleared. As long as the Host PDU does not
connect to other PDUs, the Status Records of the disconnected
PDU can be displayed when it is re-connected to the Host PDU. If
the Host PDU connects to dierent PDUs, the Status Records of the
removed PDU will be entirely cleared.
Are the Guest PDUs able to connect to the network when they are
daisy-chained?
Yes, even when the PDUs are daisy-chained, the Guest PDUs are
able to connect to the network directly. Note that a Guest PDU will
require having its own Ethernet cable connected to the network.
What will happen if a 5th PDU is added to a daisy-chain?
The maximum number of PDUs that can be connected in one daisychain is 4. The daisy-chain functionality will not work until the fifth
PDU is removed.
What is the maximum recommended length of the Ethernet cable
to daisy-chain the PDUs?
50 ft (15 m)
Troubleshooting
Problem
The PDUs are
connected but the
daisy-chain function
is not working.
I cannot set the
EnergyWise
configuration on a
Guest PDU.
Possible Cause
- The firmware
version does not
support daisychain.
- The PDUs have
dierent firmware
versions.
Solution
Check the firmware
version of each PDU
and upgrade it to
v1.08 or above.
Only the Host PDU
supports
EnergyWise.
N/A
I cannot set the WoL Only the Host PDU
for Guest PDUs.
supports WoL.
N/A
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