Intelligent module monitors for data center circuit overloads

Jan. 17, 2014
New from Snake Tray.

Snake Tray has announced the availability of its new "IT-addressable" current monitoring power reception module. The module allows data center managers the ability to observe the current of four independent power receptacles, either numerically displayed on the device or offsite using HTML protocol.

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Via the module, data center managers can easily set alarm criteria for circuit overloads. The new equipment integrates with all Snake Tray cable trays or can be mounted on cabinets and racks.

Snake Tray is a manufacturer of cable management and power/data distribution solutions for markets worldwide. All products are made in the USA and uniquely designed to save on labor and materials, the better to decrease the total cost of construction, says the company. For further information, call 800-308-6788 or email [email protected].

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