CyberPower PDU30BHVT8R 8-Outlets Rack Mount 1U L6-30P 200/230 30A Basic Power Distribution Unit
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||19.5 x 6.5 x 50.8 centimeters|
|Voltage||208 Volts, 230 Volts|
|Item weight||2.88 Kilograms|
About this item
- 208V - 230V 50Hz/60Hz 30A BASIC Power Distribution Unit
- 8 OUTLETS: (6) IEC-320 C13 (2) IEC-320 C19
- INPUT: Network-grade NEMA L6-30P (twist lock) plug with 10 foot power cord
- 1U RACK MOUNT - Rugged industrial-grade metal housing, cord retention tray, horizontal and vertical mounting brackets
- LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 19.51 x 6.48 x 50.8 cm; 2.88 Kilograms
- Date First Available : June 23 2010
- Manufacturer : Cyber Power - Dt Sb
- Place of Business : SHAKOPEE, MN, 55379 US
- ASIN : B003KBIEGS
- Item model number : PDU30BHVT8R
- Best Sellers Rank: #849 in Surge Protectors
- Customer Reviews:
The CyberPower PDU30BHVT8R, an 8-outlet (rear) rackmount basic power distribution unit (PDU), provides 208V/230V 30A output. It distributes power to 6 IEC-320 C13, 2 IEC-320 C19 receptacles from a single NEMA L6-30P twist lock plug with unfiltered electrical pass-through. Designed for datacenters and other electrically demanding applications, the PDU30BHVT8R has rugged, industrial-grade metal housing and a 10-foot AC power cord. It can be mounted either horizontally or vertically, includes a cord retention tray, and is ETL/RoHS certified. A limited lifetime warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship in the product under normal use and conditions.
From the manufacturer
- Phase: Single
- Amps: 30A (Derated to 24A)
- Volts: 208 – 230 V
- Plug type: NEMA L6-30P
- Outlets: 8 IEC-320
- Size: 1U Rackmount
- Cord length (ft.): 10
PDU30BHVT8R Power Distribution Unit
Delivers reliable power to electronic equipment, servers, and network/telecom devices
The CyberPower PDU30BHVT8R, an 8-outlet (rear) rackmount basic power distribution unit (PDU), provides 208V/230V 30A output. It distributes power to 8 IEC-320 (2-C19, 6-C13) receptacles from a single NEMA L6-30P twist lock plug with unfiltered electrical pass-through. Designed for datacenters and other electrically demanding applications, the PDU30BHVT8R has rugged, industrial-grade metal housing and a 10-foot AC power cord. It can be mounted either horizontally or vertically, includes a cord retention tray, and is ETL/RoHS certified.
- Network-Grade Plugs and Outlets
- Configurable Mounting Brackets
- Durable Metal Housing
CyberPower rackmountable power distribution units deliver AC power anywhere else dedicated power distribution is needed. Mount these units to walls, desktop, or under-cabinet for use in retail, security, POS, telecommunications, networking or audio/video displays.
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see product page on cyberpower website for more information on this derating. Was their a recall or what's the deal??? I'm concerned now to say the least.
Been Mining litecoin for a couple years. picked up several more miners recently and I was having issues tripping the breaker box all the time so I finally looked into using 240v power from the dryer and RV plugs at my place. I loved this unit from the moment I plugged it in. I actually ordered 2 more of them immediately. I use one on both dryer outlets, and one on the RV outlet, 100 ft L6-30 extension cord, to one, 50 ft to another, and 25 from the 3rd outlet. I don't like to overload circuits, so I only push them at 4000-5000 watts max. Mix up running a few L3+ with bitcoin miners, to even out power usage since the litecoin miners need less power. I get 5 machines going at a time on these things for about 5000 watt draw average. So all three PDU's are on separate 240v breakers and one is actually one a different meter all together. I love it. Should have done this sooner. The 240v splitters and adapters were spendy though. But worth it. My 120v cables use to get so damn hot, and I have burnt several outlets in my house. The cables don't even get warm on the 240v as long as you use the better awg wire cable... I was expecting this thing to be much much bigger than it is fyi. Never bought a server rack PDU before. So for anyone in my position. This thing is literally just a standard Power strip, but twice as long and with 240v outlets. and it comes with screws and brackets to attach it to a server rack. you don't have to use them. I'm using like a standard powerstrip lol Also, noob to this, but I am totally lost if I am running 220v, 240v, or 250v? 240v is the assumed correct answer? it's just 2 120v lines tied together I believe? at least in the states.
1- it is constantly warm just slightly lower down the bar from where the cable enters
2- the price increased a lot since I bought it... Because of these two things I'd probably look at a higher end PDU and not buy this one again