Cyberex Power Distribution Unit Slim Series Highlights

  • Two 42 circuit panelboards placed conveniently within your rack line-ups
  • Comprehensive system monitoring provides ultimate flexibility for collecting and managing power data
  • Top or bottom entry with bottom exit provides flexible installation options
  • Remote monitoring interfaces to building management system using Modbus, web server, and SNMP traps
  • PDU with 320 x 240 high resolution display capable of monitoring and storing data from up to 15 other Slim PDUs
  • Efficient high isolation, copper wound transformers increases performance and significantly reduce EMI and RFI noise
  • Spacious cable management and landing area simplifies frequent wiring changes and ease of installation
  • Easy maintenance access ensures safe and trouble-free repair in minimum time
  • Compact footprint maximizes valuable floor space
  • ETL listed to both UL 60950 and UL 891. Suitable for Installation inside or outside IT–Designated spaces


Breakthrough Technology

Circuit Management

Rely on Cyberex’s circuit management solutions to monitor and alert your staff of potential problems before they occur.  Understanding load profiles is the key to proactively managing your data center distribution system and avoiding unnecessary downtime.

  • Branch circuit management – Up to four (4) 42 circuit panel boards (168 poles)
  • Sub-feed circuit management – Up to thirty two (32), 3-wire or twenty four (24), 4-wire sub feed breakers 
  • Main feed circuit management – Up to four (4) sources in multi-fed can be monitored: phases, neutral and ground

Advanced Communication

  • Communicate valuable system data to building management systems (BMS) or local display
  • Protocols available: Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, BACNET, SNMP trap alarms, Web server

Monitoring system parameters including:

Voltage-current (RMS), MIN Current, MAX Current, kW (power), kVA-load, Power Factor (PF), and Total harmonic distribution (THD) are just a few functions.

Configuration system warnings and alarms including:

Over/under current, over/under voltage, over kW, over THD, low PF, and phase loss are just a few of the warnings and alarm functions.

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