Mention power distribution units (PDUs) and the majority of people would think of data centers. But PDUs are used in other settings as well. In manufacturing, PDUs are used in several areas. In development and test labs, they are used to provide reliable and high-quality power to a diverse mix of equipment. On the factory floor, they power up (or down) machines and other equipment used in production and testing lines.
Unwieldy management is a consequence of vendor and rack configuration diversity in data centers. Standards-based modular solutions can bring order to DCs and how they are operated, as a global shipper found out here
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Raritan’s Manufacturing Solution can provide secure, controlled local and remote access and control to hundreds/thousands of semiconductor manufacturing devices.
This application brief will address many of the power infrastructure challenges that are common in factories, production facilities, and large distribution centers. Provided will be real life, on-site experiences as well as an outline of steps required to overcome these costly challenges. In many cases, the implementation of affordable and easy-to-install modular technology has helped address these issues.
Want to dramatically reduce your CAPEX spend on your next data center buildout? Consider deploying hardwired rack power distribution units (rack PDUs).
Use Raritan’s PX iPDU Series to reliably distribute power for up to sixteen power supplies. The Cisco Nexus 7718 is an 18-slot chassis with 18 front-accessible vertical module slots and front-to-back airflow and an integrated cable management system.
Use Raritan’s PX iPDU Series to reliably distribute power for up to eight power supplies. The Cisco Nexus 7710 is a 10-slot chassis with 10 front-accessible horizontal module slots and front-to-back airflow and an integrated cable management system.
Use Raritan’s PX iPDU Series to reliably distribute power for up to four power supplies. The Cisco Nexus 7018 is an 18-slot chassis with 18 front-accessible horizontal module slots and side-to-side airflow and an integrated cable management system.