The ePowerSwitch 4 IEC offers numerous usages to control, manage and monitor any device. The configuration of the sockets via the integrated webserver is flexible and comfortable.
The main field of application are server racks and patch panels. Through the power outlet on the front panel any PC or server may be included in the monitoring at any time.
Each power outlet can be switched on/off and restarted via IP or RS232 interface. This can be done by the web interface, a KVM switch, SNMP, or any serial interface. They can also be switched single or as individually created group of outlets. The sequential on and off switching of each outlet prevents resulting peak loads within the IT environment.
The power outlets are equipped with extremely robust HiAmp relay for high inrush currents. Individual delays (1-255 seconds when you next switch, 1-3600 seconds when restarting) can be configured for the switching process.
The monitoring of connected devices is realized through the use of a ePowerSwitch Master. It can monitor up to 40 IP addresses with ping or scan commands and send a message (SNMP trap, e-mail, syslog) in case of a crash automatically. If the monitored IP devices are powered by the ePowerSwitch they can be automatically restarted.
With the ePowerSwitch 4 IEC flexible and affordable solutions for power management of servers or other devices are possible. Commissioning and configuration of the connected devices is done in a few minutes. The areas of application are not only limited to the IT environment.
The management and control of the device using the integrated web server through the web browser is quite simple. Moreover, it is possible to send switching commands via a connected KVM switch or a terminal console.
All current ePowerSwitch devices use a nonce (cryptographic nonce) and a hash function for authentication so the access can not be reconstructed or manipulated. To support fully encrypted transmission of data corresponding devices are available (eg. ePowerSwitch 8XM or VizioGuard).
The administrator can create up to 40 user accounts with different rights via the web interface. Access to the webserver is protected by 32-character user names and passwords. In addition, up to 40 users may simultaneously access the ePowerSwitch and all connected xBus peripherals.
Grouping of power outlets
The grouping of power outlets allows a server with redundant power supplies or multiple devices to be turned on/off with a command sent through a web browser or by SNMP.
Up to 32 rules can be configured to monitor analog values and digital inputs. Pre-programmed actions will be triggered on alarm state which will switch eg. relay or sockets. Optional e-mails, SNMP traps or syslog messages can be sent.
Timer and scheduler
The device offers the possibility to automatically operate the power outlets by a timer and/or a scheduler function. Individual power poweroutlets but also groups will be turned on/off at defined times. It is also possible to automatically send e-mail, SNMP traps and syslog messages with the scheduler. By using a Internet connection the option to trigger an action on remote ePowerSwitch devices is given.
Up to 32 characters long names can be set to all devices and sensors connected. This unique identification simplifies the programming of rules, groups and the associated actions.
An intuitive interface and context-sensitive online help allow administrators to quickly enable various and powerful features of the system. Detailed instructions and explanations are listed in the operating instructions.
- Control of 4 IEC power outlets.
- Remote power management over IP or RS-232.
- Remote triggering of actions on other ePowerSwitch or VizioGuard devices.
- Monitoring of 4 IP devices with automatic reboot in case of lock-up.
- Wake on LAN (WoL).
- Soft shutdown of a server with shutdown capabilities.
- 1 administrator account and 40 users accounts with concurrent access.
- Digest Authentication with MD5 cryptographic hashing.
- Scheduler with NTP Real Time Clock.
- Free definable labels for the device, power outlets, accounts and rules.
- Inrush current relays.
- Easy and fast configuration, occupies only 1U of rack space.
- Status LEDs for power input and power outlets.
- Log file, Emails, SNMP Traps and Syslog messages
- Online help.
- Firmware update over LAN.
|Input||1 power inlet (SCHUKO, FR, UK, CH) |
Nominal voltage: 230V / 50Hz
Max. current: 10A
|Output||4 IEC320 power outlets |
Nominal voltage: 230V / 50Hz
Max. current/outlet: 10A
|Network standards||IEEE 802.3, 10/100 Mbit/s|
|Network protocols||TCP/IP, HTTP|
|Network connection||RJ45 for UTP CAT5|
|Max. network cable length||100 m|
|Terminal connection||RS232, SUB-D 9 female|
|Connection bus||RS485, RJ45|
|LED||Power, Network, Socket|
|Operating temperature||0°C to +40°C|
|Operating humidity||10% to 80%|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||478 x 49 x 73|
|Approvals||CE, EN55022, EN55024, RoHS|
|Guarantee||2 years repair/replace|
- ePowerSwitch 4 IEC370 KB
The ePowerSwitch 4 IEC is a logical further development of the ePowerSwitch 4. With it’s 1U in height and the 4 IEC320 outlets on the front panel it is ideally suited for server racks and patch panels. The device provides a fast and direct access to put servers or computers directly into monitoring.
- 1 IEC320 input
- 4 IEC320 inputs
- Integrated webserver