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desperately need 110v from a 208v pdu [closed]

I'm in a bit of a pickle... We're moving a client's infrastructure to a colocation facility. We have redundant 208v/30amp PDUs. While installing today, we realized that the client had a small ...
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It is possible to visualize the load of an APC switched PDU for a specified period of time?

There are some APC PDUs AP7953 and now we think about a solution for check the load over a period. We don't need a 100% correct Value only a trend on which hours we have more load to localize peeks in ...
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Source of PDU De-Rating?

In researching PDU's I have noticed most cite a derated current at the 80% level. For example, 30A is derated to 24A: Tripp Lite: Raritan: Does anyone have anything that shows what agency this ...
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Is it possible to use mixed 110V / 208V power on a single server with dual power supplies?

Is it possible to run a dual power supply server with one PS plugged into 110V, and the other power supply plugged into 208V? We've asked the vendors and they say they've never tested it or some other ...
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Best practices for power cabling racks in DC

With network cables it is easy. I use velcro-ties, coloured cables, 0U vertical cable organizers from APC on side of the rack -- easy and neat. However with power cables it was always giving me ...
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How to step down voltage from 208V to 110V

I have some racks that will be fed by 208V/20A circuits. These circuits will be conditioned and battery-backed by the facility in which these racks will live. 99% of the devices in the rack will be ...
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PDU says to ground to rack with “thread making screw”.. this is impossible?

I'm trying to use the 'thread making screw' to ground my Dell PDU to the Rack, however the metal on the rack is impossibly hard. Is this even required? The included screws don't even seem "thread ...
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Things to consider when buying PDUs

I am thinking about getting new PDUs for my racks. I would like ones that are: Metered (Maybe remote monitored) Vertical Meet my power requirements (Voltage and amperage) Right number of outlets ...