Middle Atlantic RackLink

A power management product from Middle Atlantic.
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Middle Atlantic RackLink

Nov 23, 2011 11:33 AM

Middle Atlantic RackLink

Middle Atlantic announced the RackLink suite of power management products. RackLink products are capable of maintaining AV system reliability through actions that include automatic reboot, turning on emergency fans, and shutting down equipment for safety in overload or over-temperature conditions. The system integrates easily with control systems via its open-architecture API. Accessibility includes local, RS-232, remote IP, and web browser. Free mobile apps that provide control are available for iPhone/ iPad and Android devices. The system provides input voltage and temperature monitoring, as well as user-defined monitoring of thresholds and logging and issuing of email alerts if monitored values breach thresholds. Units are available in 15A and 20A rackmount and inline models, with controlled or monitor-only capabilities. Price: NA

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