Western Telematic, WTI Rack Mount PDU, Outlet Metered, Switched, 1U, Single 20 Amp Input, 100-240V AC, (8) IEC 320 C13 Outlet
Current: 20A (16A Derated)
Connector: (2) IEC C20
Current: 20A (16A Derated)
Outlets: (8) IEC C13
WTI’s VMR series metered PDUs can help you keep an eye on your data center, and let you know when your equipment is acting up before things get completely out of hand. Knowing is only half the battle, the VMR also allows you to reboot outlets when an attached device ceases to respond, disable outlets to reduce current consumption or switch on cooling devices to lower rack temperature.
The VMR includes a robust selection of monitoring features, including event alarms, outlet-specific metering, and SNMP polling to help you keep tabs on vital network elements, avoid costly service calls and maximize uptime.
Reboot Local & Remote Equipment
Servers, routers, and other electronic equipment sometimes lock-up, often requiring a service call to a remote site just to flip the power switch to perform a simple reboot. The VMR gives you the ability to remotely reboot and switch equipment from anywhere; just point your browser to the IP address of any VMR unit, enter the secure user name and password, and you’re just a click away from remote power On, Off or Reboot!
Easy to Configure, Easy to Use
The VMR can be configured remotely via TLS, or locally via the serial console port. Easy to master, user-friendly menus and commands allow you to assign a location name, set system parameters and view plug status. Outlets can be switched on, off, rebooted or set to user-defined default status using plug numbers or names.
Versatile Alarm Functions for Automatic Reboot and Power Switching
In addition to performing on-demand power switching, the VMR also includes a powerful assortment of alarm functions, which can automatically reboot or switch outlets when high rack temperatures, open circuit breakers, power supply irregularities, unresponsive network elements, and other significant events and conditions are detected. When alarm functions are triggered, the VMR can provide notification via email, SNMP trap or SYSLOG message. Each alarm can be customized to select triggers and response actions to fit your application.
Security and Co-Location
The VMR also includes a formidable array of security, authentication and co-location features to ensure that access to critical command and configuration functions is thoroughly protected from unauthorized access. In addition to password protection, the VMR also supports HTTPS, SSHv2, SNMPv3, TLS, IPSec, OpenVPN as well as popular authentication protocols such as LDAP, Active Directory, Kerberos, RADIUS, and TACACS+.
The VMR’s user account directory provides four different access levels; Administrator, SuperUser, User and View Only. Each account level enables the user to access a different set of command, view or configuration capabilities. Higher-level users can be granted access to all command, status and configuration functions, while lower-level users can be limited only to control functions or status display capabilities.
Supports DUO Technology Radius 2FA
DUO is a cloud-based two-factor authentication (2FA) service that corroborates the identity of each logon to ensure that users are actually who they claim to be. When a user enters an account name and password to logon to the VMR, DUO then re-authenticates the user’s identity via mobile phone or other devices. This effectively shifts access protection from a perimeter-based approach that relies on the privacy of the user’s logon credentials, to an application based security solution that requires additional interaction from the user before access is granted.
SAN Certificate Support
In order to help simplify configuration and setup of SSL communication, VMR Series Products now support Subject Alternative Names (SAN). SAN is an extension to SSL X.509, that allows a selection of additional hostnames (DNS names, IP Addresses, Email Address and URIs,) to be protected by a single SSL Certificate. Subject Alternative Names allow you to perform virtual hosting of multiple SSL sites on a single IP address and eliminate the hassles involved in configuring multiple IP addresses on your server.
Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP)
Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP) simplifies day 0 onboarding of VMR units and in many cases, eliminates the need to have an engineer present during the initial set up. If configuration information is not detected during bootup, Zero-Touch Provisioning will be activated and the device will contact a DHCP server and then download a configuration script and perform a firmware update without user intervention. This drastically reduces service interruptions due to human error and cuts the time required to set up newly installed VMR Series products.