NetPing 2 IP PDU ETH 53R14
- 141.00 USD
(IP PDU)Ethernet / Internet Controlled Remote Power Distribution Unit (IP PDU)
2 independent controlled power sockets 100V .. 250V;
2 х 10/100-BASE-TX Ethernet-Ports;
the ability to connect an external battery pack;
the plastic compact case, “computer” sockets for connecting consumers;
operating temperature range: -30°C .. +50°C (non-condensing, normal humidity);
external sensors are connected: temperature sensors, humidity sensors, door sensor metal, liquid sensors, power supply sensors and others.
NetPing 2 IP PDU ETH 53R14 is related to the class of devices IP PDU (IP power distribution unit). These devices allow you to turn on, turn off and restart the equipment remotely (via the device’s web interface, using SNMP commands or the HTTP API) by controlling 100 .. 250 V 50/60 Hz sockets. An important feature of NetPing 2 IP PDU ETH 53R14 is a port for connecting an external battery pack, which will allow the device to function and send information about monitoring events if there is no main power supply.
The device NetPing 2 IP PDU ETH 53R14 is usually used for:
Rebooting of “frozen” modems, access points, routers, servers and other computer equipment without the need for physical access to it. This allows you to save efforts and costs on a lot of trips in order to turn on / off the frozen device.
Turning on / off additional computer equipment remotely. The physical turning on backup servers, routers, access points can be done as necessary in manual or automatic modes and they can be turned off when there is no necessity in their work. All this saves energy and reduces wear and tear of the equipment that is required only occasionally or at specific intervals of time.
Turning on / off monitors for conferences, monitors in a gaming club or the Internet cafe remotely.
NetPing 2 IP PDU ETH 53R14 Power Sockets Control
Remote Management of Device Sockets via the Ethernet/Internet Network
Each output socket of a device can be remotely switched on/switched off/reloaded. Sockets can be managed through a built-in web interface, with the help of any browser or using SNMP commands.
A Watchdog for Automatic Reloading of an External Equipment
If any external device, a router or an access point freezes sometimes, NetPing can automatically reload these devices. To do this, it constantly inquires indicated IP addresses by the ping protocol. If it gets no response, it will automatically reload a connected device by turning off and turning on its power supply.
Switching on/off Sockets on a Schedule
A device can switch on and off a voltage on its built-in sockets on its own on a weekly schedule, switch on/off a voltage several times a day, use a special schedule for holidays. This may be useful for a daily/weekly forced reboot of external devices or for turning off unused equipment in a certain time of a day.
Plug-in sensors and monitoring functions of NetPing 2 IP PDU ETH 53R14:
Email, SNMP TRAP, Syslog notifications about sensors triggering
When sensors, connected to a device, are triggered, the device can send the next notifications:
Email - a device can send Email messages directly through an SMTP server. Both notifications about sensors triggering and periodical reports about sensors status are sent via Email.
SNMP TRAP - is convenient to use for integration with monitoring systems as well as for fulfilling automatic actions on a PC (for example, start playing an alarm) with the help of specific software.
Syslog - with the help of specific software installed on a PC (a syslog server), all messages from sensors can be stored in a text file for a following analysis.
External temperature sensors are extremely popular in monitoring systems. With their help, it is possible to control a temperature mode of a critical equipment operation as well as receive timely notifications about denials and failures in a climate control system, diagnose coolers failures and accidental ventilation flows overlaps.
A Humidity Sensor
It allows to estimate a relative humidity of atmospheric air. It is commonly used to monitor optimum conditions of a computer equipment operation in server rooms.
A Door Opening/Closing Sensor
It performs security and monitoring functions. It helps to track opening/closing of a door into a server room or the same of a door to a switch cabinet with equipment.
Supply Voltage Sensor
This sensor allows to detect a presence or an absence of supply voltage sensor in a power supply socket, to which a sensor is connected. A common use of this sensor is to receive notifications when a voltage in the electrical network disappears. At the same time, the device must be powered by UPS or a battery, or a backup power line.
A Leakage Sensor
Allows to determine a water on a floor of a server room or on a bottom of a wiring closet. In a case of flooding (a breakage in a water or heating system) this sensor allows to give advance notice to a responsible employee about a contingency. Also this sensor can be useful to control leakage in a conditioner condensing system.
Ease to use, easy integration into existing systems, reliability:
Works 24 hours/ 7 Days a Week, with No Hang-ups
A device is designed for an uninterrupted operation in an unattended room in 24/7 mode. A built-in power supply supervisor protects a device from hang-ups when there are voltage fluctuations. We do not use operating systems when developing software. The entire code is written by us on a C language completely, and the code is highly optimized for the provided functionality.
Connecting to an Ethernet Network, a Static IP Address
A device is connected to a common office Ethernet network, into any available port of an Ethernet switch. Having published an IP address of a device in the Internet, it is possible to manage device sockets from anywhere in the world.
2 Ethernet Ports on a Body of a Device
They allow using one port to connect a device to an Ethernet switch, and the second one as a common Ethernet port to plug any Ethernet devices, including other NetPing devices, in a chain. This can be extremely useful when all ports of a switch are already occupied: NetPing can be plugged into a switch, and a network device can be plugged into an available Ethernet port.
An Embedded Web Server
A device is managed and configured through a browser. Specific software is not needed. Operates in any OS (Windows, Linux, Mac).
Authorization and Access Restriction
An access to a web interface of a device is protected with a login and password, set by a user. There is a need to authorize to get to a web interface of a device. Besides, it is possible to restrict an access to a device, having left an access from a specified IP subnetwork only.
An SNMP protocol is widely used in data collection systems for network equipment. A device supports management commands as well as receives information from sensors via an SNMP protocol. A device is easily integrated with network monitoring systems, such as Zabbix, PRTG Network Monitor, OpenNMS, Nagios, Cacti, The Dude, Monit and similar ones, which receive data on a status of sensors, connected to a device through an SNMP protocol.
Nonvolatile Clock and Time Synchronization with NTP
To execute commands in a fixed specific time (a module Schedule), it is crucially important for a clock not to shift. Time tags are used for records in a log file as well. A device has its own built-in nonvolatile clock and a possibility to automatically sync with external time server via an NTP protocol.
A device supports updating firmware through a web-interface of a device. We occasionally release updates for firmware. The updates are free of charge.
Nonvolatile Log File
All events (turning devices on and off, information from sensors) are stored in a nonvolatile memory. The information is stored even when a power supply cuts off.
URL-encoded Commands Support
A device supports sockets management and receiving information from sensors with the help of specific HTTP commands. These commands allow managing a device from any web page, developed by a user, including any mobile application.
This protocol together with dedicated server software can be used for collecting text log files of different devices operation in a network, including NetPing devices. This can be very useful for collecting and analyzing statistics.
Automation on the base of NetPing 2 IP PDU ETH 53R14:
Automation and Logic Rules Execution (LOGIC)
A device allows setting certain logic rules, which will be executed by a device automatically. For example, to switch on a voltage, to turn on a notification alarm or a signal lamp, when a temperature on a temperature sensor exceeds indicated values, and automatically turn off a notification when a temperature is back to normal. Such rules allow implementing a simple automation system on a basis of a device.
Automatic Air Conditioner Control by IR Commands
With the help of an extra module IRC-TR v2 and an embedded LOGIC module a device can automatically turn on an external air conditioner, by sending it an IR command when a temperature on a sensor exceeds, and then automatically turn it off, when a temperature is back to normal. The same way it is possible to turn on a standby air conditioners, which are turned off most of the time.
Automatic Management of External Devices via SNMP
Embedded logic rules allow managing other NetPing devices through a network by sending them a snmpset command when a condition works. It can be useful to turn on an indication/notification in another building when a sensor is triggered in a server room, for example. Regardless a device with a sensor location as well as an indication device location, a command will be executed if they have a network connection.
Even more possibilities when using additional devices with NetPing 2 IP PDU ETH 53R14:
Managing Devices via IR. Turning On/Off an Air Conditioner with the Help of Sending an IR Command
With an extra NetPing IRC-TR v2 module (a module is purchased separately) there is a possibility to send a control command to any external device, which is managed from an IR control panel. A command can be sent from a Web-interface of a device or given via an SNMP protocol. For example, it is possible to manage a remote air conditioner in a server room, turning it on/off when necessary. Another example is remote switching of satellite receiver channels.
Connecting additional controlled power sockets
If all the built-in sockets of the device are operating and busy, but there is a necessity to connect an additional load, you can add additional, remote, controlled power sockets to the device. These controlled sockets allow you to turn on, turn off and restart the power supply of an external load of 100..240V 50 / 60Hz.
Using an external battery
The device is equipped with a special connector for connecting an external battery module (you can buy the module separately), which, in turn, allows you to connect an external battery to the device. An external battery can be used to send notifications from sensors if there is no main power for quite a long time (depending on the capacity of the connected battery).
|Ethernet port||2 x 10/100 BASE-TX|
|Number of independent power channels||2|
|Number of power sources||1|
|Short protect circuit||Internal self-healing fuse|
|Summary output power||1.5 kW|
|Watchdog function||Yes, for 2 output sockets|
|Managing sockets on a schedule||Yes, for 2 output sockets|
|Individual socket output power||1.5 kW|
|Airflow sensors||Up to 4 pcs sensors|
|1-wire sensors support||No|
|Temperature sensors||Up to 8 pcs T811 sensors|
|Humidity sensors||Up to 1 pc WS-2 sensor|
|220V sensors||Up to 4 pcs sensors|
|Door sensors||Up to 4 pcs sensors|
|IR transceiver||Yes, 1 pc|
|Leakage sensors||Up to 4 pcs sensors|
|Motion sensors||Up to 3 pcs sensors|
|Buzzer||Yes, 1 pc|
|Managed NetPing AC/DIN socket||Up to 4 pcs sensors|
|Get time from NTP||Yes|
|Configuring logic rules||Yes|
|SMS notifications||Using NetPing SMS device|
|SMS commands||Using NetPing SMS device|
|SNMP control||Yes, SNMP v1|
|SNMP trap||Yes, SNMP v1|
|Device suit||Device, rubber pads, screwdriver, zip package, box, power cable|
|Power plug||Euro plug, removable cable 1.8 m.|
|Device dimensions||145 x 78 x 57|
|Package box dimensions||225 x 93 x 82|
|Power voltage||100V ... 250V AC, 50/60 Hz|
|Operating temperature range||-30°C ... +50°C (non-condensing, normal humidity)|
|Own power consumption||7.5 W|
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