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Belden in-cabinet mounted power distribution units (PDUs) and environmental monitors and sensors are designed from high-quality components to support all your mission-critical applications. A key component of our data center ready solution (DCRS), Belden PDUs allow configuration of integrated and optimized hosting systems, including fiber/copper connectivity and cabling, cabinets, cable management and airflow management. They are designed to facilitate seamless integration into Belden racks and cabinets, and include multiple mounting options for maximized airflow and cable management in high-density servers or switch hosting applications. Paired with our extensive line of environmental monitors and sensors, which include alarm thresholds, reporting functionality and built-in intuitive web interface for remote access. Belden has everything you need to precisely monitor, analyze and log key parameters, enabling you to identify current fluctuations and quickly troubleshoot potential problems.
PDU can be mounted Horizontally or Vertically
Power Distribution Type
Circuit breaker (Amp/Qty)
De-Rated Power (kW)
Thermal Circuit Breaker
Black powdercoat finish
Update and Revision
Revision Number: 0.23 Revision Date: 12-15-2021
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