Model PX2-5453

    Raritan Dominion PX PX2-5453 - power control unit - 2900 VA

    Specs

    Power Device

    • Voltage Required
      AC 120 V
    • Input Voltage Range
      AC 100 - 120 V
    • Power Output Connectors Details
      20 x power NEMA 5-20
    • Output Voltage
      AC 120 V
    • Max Electric Current
      30 A
    • Power Capacity
      2900 VA
    • Frequency Required
      50/60 Hz
    • Circuit Protection
      circuit breaker

    Interface Provided

    • Qty
      1
    • Connector Type
      4 pin USB Type A, 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9), RJ-12, RJ-45

    Networking

    • Remote Management Interface
      Ethernet 10/100, RS-232
    • Remote Management Protocol
      HTTP, HTTPS, SNMP 2, SNMP 3, SSH, Telnet

    Miscellaneous

    • Rack Mounting Kit
      included
    • Features
      LED display, voltage monitoring, current meter, cascadable
    • Color
      black powder coat
    • Height (Rack Units)
      0 m
    • Color Category
      black

    Environmental Parameters

    • Min Operating Temperature
      41 °F
    • Max Operating Temperature
      140 °F
    • Humidity Range Operating
      5 - 95%

    Header

    • Brand
      Raritan
    • Product Line
      Raritan Dominion PX
    • Model
      PX2-5453
    • Packaged Quantity
      1
    • Compatibility
      PC

    Cable Details

    • Type
      power cable
    • Length
      10 ft

    Dimensions & Weight

    • Width
      2 in
    • Depth
      2.6 in
    • Height
      60.6 in

    General

    • Manufacturer
      Raritan

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