Aviosys IP Power 9258 Outlet is a state of the art Power Distribution Unit (PDU) and Remote Power Control (RPC) system. The various applications of the 9258 Outlet includes: Power Management, Server Management, Internet Controllable Power Timer, System Integration, Remote Power Control in Remote locations, & etc. The 9258 Outlet allows you to control up to 8 separate devices via the local (LAN) and wide (WAN/Internet) area network. When integrated with iMCA System, you can not only remotely control the power of your devices from virtually anywhere, but also create virtual connections with any sensors registered in the iMCA System such as temperature, humidity, vibration, flood, air flow, PIR detectors, GAS detectors, etc. You can easily create and execute any number of automation scenarios based on time schedule or sensor information, without having to deal with any cryptic codes or learning a scripting language. Ideal for small to medium size projects where remote power control required. When used with the iMCA System and its state sensors it is useful for quick visual monitoring of states of various objects like doors/windows open/closed etc...
Specification and Features
Support multiple electric power outlet : For UK, Australia , France and German
CNT Technology - For quick and Easy setup, just plug and play
Password Base64 encryption for internet protection.
Separated LED indicates the state of each switch.
Maximum rated voltage of each 4 outlet : 250V AC, 24V DC
Maximum rated currency of each 4 outlet : 15A AC/DC
Maximum rated currency of Individual outlet : 6A AC
Action delay: Max 10ms
Working temperature: 0~ 70°
HOW TO BUY?
You can source Aviosys IP Power 9258 Outlet from the vendor directly, your preferred distributor or from us as a standalone module for US $250 (plus postage and handling) or as a part of iMCA Controller package. As we work with our clients directly helping to shape their automation projects we do our best to minimise all costs wherever possible. Please contact our support service should you have any questions relating to this hardware or how it can be in use for your automation project.