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00. RCNTEC RPCM Introduction

01. RCNTEC RPCM Short Circuit Protection

02. RCNTEC RPCM Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS)

Features & Benefits

ATS - Automatic Transfer Switch

If power on an input is lost or drops in quality, the device automatically switches consumers to another input without interruption to power supply.

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Remote power management of Individual Outlets

System administrators can turn on/off and reset any of the 10 outlets without having to go to the location of the equipment, as well as handle cases where the equipment was turned on/off without authorization, was accidentally unplugged, or experienced a power supply failure.

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Outlet Level Short Circuit Protection

If a short circuit occurs on one of the connected devices, RPCM will automatically cut off only the power going to it, thereby keeping the remaining devices up and running - both the one connected to RPCM and the others connected to the same busbar. Since ATS is used for backup power supply, short circuit protection helps prevent both inputs to the rack from being turned off, while also preventing the equipment's power supply on the rack from shutting down as a result of a short circuit on one of the consumers. It also helps obviate the painstaking process of having to locate the failed consumer affected by the short circuit prior to restoring power supply on the rack.

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Proper Grounding Diagnostics

RPCM prevents failures and equipment malfunction. It also increases power safety during equipment use thanks to automatic monitoring and proper grounding indication.

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Configurable Electrical Current Consumption Limits for Each Outlet

System administrators can prevent fire hazards from occurring by setting individual limits on current consumption on each outlet, through administrator notifications, or by automatically cutting off power supply to a consumer that has exceeded the defined limit.

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Customizable Activation Sequence and Delay of Outlets to Initiate Service Correctly and Eliminate Inrush Currents

System administrators can essentially guarantee the equipment is turned on after a complete outage. Also, they can define the activation sequence and delay when turning on the equipment after the outage, which allows them to correctly launch the IT infrastructure and information systems.

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Power Meters on Each Individual Outlet

Commercial data processing centers can offer clients better prices on colocation when compared with competitors, as it's possible to measure power consumption for each client device.

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Highest Density of Controllable Power Supply Outlets with Power Meters per 1U in the Industry for Systems with ATS

10 manageable outlets per unit. As a result, one less power management device is required per rack when compared to competitors.

ATS - Automatic Transfer Switch

If power on an input is lost or drops in quality, the device automatically switches consumers to another input without interruption to power supply.

Remote power management of Individual Outlets

System administrators can turn on/off and restart any of the 10 outputs without visiting the site where equipment is installed and they can control unauthorized connection/disconnection of equipment, accidental supply cable unplugging or PSU failure on connected equipment.

Outlet Level SC Protection

If a short circuit occurs on one of the connected devices, RPCM will automatically cut off only the power going to it, thereby keeping the remaining devices up and running - both the one connected to RPCM and the others connected to the same busbar. Since ATS is used for backup power supply, short circuit protection helps prevent both inputs to the rack from being turned off, while also preventing the equipment's power supply on the rack from shutting down as a result of a short circuit on one of the consumers. It also helps obviate the painstaking process of having to locate the failed consumer affected by the short circuit prior to restoring power supply on the rack.

Proper Grounding Diagnostics

RPCM prevents failures and equipment malfunction. It also increases power safety during equipment use thanks to automatic monitoring and proper grounding indication.

Configurable Electrical Current Consumption Limits for Each Outlet

System administrators can prevent fire hazards from occurring by setting individual limits on current consumption on each outlet, through administrator notifications, or by automatically cutting off power supply to a consumer that has exceeded the defined limit.

Customizable Activation Sequence and Delay of Outlets to Initiate Service Correctly and Eliminate Inrush Currents

System administrators can essentially guarantee the equipment is turned on after a complete outage. Also, they can define the activation sequence and delay when turning on the equipment after the outage, which allows them to correctly launch the IT infrastructure and information systems.

Power Meters on Each Individual Outlet

Commercial data processing centers can offer clients better prices on colocation when compared with competitors, as it's possible to measure power consumption for each client device.

Highest Density of Controllable Power Supply Outlets with Power Meters per 1U in the Industry for Systems with ATS

10 manageable outlets per unit. As a result, one less power management device is required per rack when compared to competitors.

  • Easy integration with external monitoring systems (SNMP versions 1/2c/3 supported)
  • Alarms and notifications by e-mail
  • Simple integration with customer applications via REST API
  • Precise time synchronization with external reference time sources for correct time based correlation of journaled events
  • Handy network tools
  • Easy software upgrades without turning off consumers

Areas of Application

1 For data processing centers and colocation service providers

Each client purchasing a service to locate equipment on data processing center platforms wants maximum convenience when deploying resources:

  • remote power management
  • power consumption control
  • reliable and backup power supply
  • payment only for used resources
  • statistical and historical data

RPCM is a remote power control module that gives colocation service providers an instrument allowing them to provide their users with all the above mentioned and much more!

The device allows users:

  • To protect their equipment from outages in the event of a short circuit on a neighboring equipment
  • To ensure a seamless transfer on one of the inputs if a failure occurs
  • To provide users with remote power management for their equipment
  • To ensure access to statistical and historical data regarding power consumption
RPCM Other solutions
Automatic transfer switch with transfer delay no more than 14ms Yes No
Outlet Level SC Protection Yes No
Remote power management Yes Yes
Power Meters on Each Individual Outlet Yes No
Configurable Electrical Current Consumption Limits for Each Outlet Yes No
Customizable Activation Sequence and Delay of Outlets to Initiate Service Correctly and Eliminate Inrush Currents Yes No
Proper Grounding Diagnostics Yes No
Statistics, Graphs, and Historical Data Yes No

2 For businesses, remote offices, points of sales, gas stations

Each business strives to effectively manage its activities; in particular, a simple convenient instrument is required in order to ensure the resilience of its infrastructure, namely in regards to power supply. Remote facilities frequently lack qualified personnel that can perform simple actions, which leads to considerable downtimes and expenditures.

RPCM is a resilient power control module that provides indispensable capabilities of control, management, and power supply protection.

The device allows users:

  • To protect their equipment from outages in the event of a SC on neighboring devices
  • To prevent fires thanks to the possibility of establishing limits on current consumption
  • To remotely manage power
  • To customize activation sequence and delay of outlets following a complete power loss, which helps avoid considerable inrush currents and adhere to the equipment’s activation sequence
  • To control power consumption with the help of power meters on each individual outlet
  • To prevent uncontrollable failure of an uninterrupted power supply by switching to the UPS input bypass, if you use UPS
RPCM Other solutions
Automatic transfer switch with transfer delay no more than 14ms Yes No
Outlet Level SC Protection Yes No
Remote power management Yes Yes
Power Meters on Each Individual Outlet Yes No
Configurable Electrical Current Consumption Limits for Each Outlet Yes No
Customizable Activation Sequence and Delay of Outlets to Initiate Service Correctly and Eliminate Inrush Currents Yes No
Proper Grounding Diagnostics Yes No
Statistics, Graphs, and Historical Data Yes No

3 For non-commercial use and homes

Any homeowner will want to control situations relating to the home’s power supply and to be able to do so remotely. It’s extremely important to not only see the situation, but also to be able to act on it.

Today’s gas equipment is unpredictable when it comes to power supply quality and proper grounding. RPCM is a remote power control module that enables users:

  • To remotely control power supply quality and consumption by communicating problems, for example, via popular messaging apps (Slack, Telegram)
  • To prevent fire hazards through configurable consumption limits for each outlet
  • To prevent complete equipment power loss by protecting against SC on each outlet
  • To prevent power supply irregularities in the event of a UPS failure
RPCM Other solutions
Automatic transfer switch with transfer delay no more than 14ms Yes No
Outlet Level SC Protection Yes No
Remote power management Yes Yes
Power Meters on Each Individual Outlet Yes No
Configurable Electrical Current Consumption Limits for Each Outlet Yes No
Customizable Activation Sequence and Delay of Outlets to Initiate Service Correctly and Eliminate Inrush Currents Yes No
Proper Grounding Diagnostics Yes No
Statistics, Graphs, and Historical Data Yes No

4 For telecom operators, remote telecommunication hubs

Any telecom operator strives to ensure no interruption affects the services it provides; therefore, its ability to guarantee power supply on remote communication hubs is crucial. Oftentimes such facilities are provided with UPS and/or diesel generators, but when the UPS fails or a short circuit occurs on an equipment connected to the power supply, it usually ends in an outage for the entire hub.

RPCM is a resilient power control module that allows users:

  • To protect a communications hub from UPS failures or fire hazards due to deteriorated quality of isolation within devices and electrical wirings
  • To protect equipment in a communications hub from outages in the event of a SC on certain elements of the infrastructure
  • To remotely manage power, and thanks to the function enabling outlets to be activated remotely, it will help with avoiding considerable inrush currents and with adhering to the equipment’s proper activation sequence, which will invariably help with using the more economically justifiable UPS.
RPCM Other solutions
Automatic transfer switch with transfer delay no more than 14ms Yes No
Outlet Level SC Protection Yes No
Remote power management Yes Yes
Power Meters on Each Individual Outlet Yes No
Configurable Electrical Current Consumption Limits for Each Outlet Yes No
Customizable Activation Sequence and Delay of Outlets to Initiate Service Correctly and Eliminate Inrush Currents Yes No
Proper Grounding Diagnostics Yes No
Statistics, Graphs, and Historical Data Yes No

5 Production Sector

It’s important for today's enterprises to control and manage power consumption, insofar as the cost of this resource holds critically important significance for them and constitutes a substantial item of expense.

RPCM is a resilient power control module that allows users:

  • To control consumption of individual consumers
  • To protect equipment from outages in the event of SC on certain elements of the infrastructure
  • To provide protection against fire hazards due to deteriorated quality of isolation within electrical wirings and device components
  • To remotely manage power for each connected device and control proper grounding connection
RPCM Other solutions
Automatic transfer switch with transfer delay no more than 14ms Yes No
Outlet Level SC Protection Yes No
Remote power management Yes Yes
Power Meters on Each Individual Outlet Yes No
Configurable Electrical Current Consumption Limits for Each Outlet Yes No
Customizable Activation Sequence and Delay of Outlets to Initiate Service Correctly and Eliminate Inrush Currents Yes No
Proper Grounding Diagnostics Yes No
Statistics, Graphs, and Historical Data Yes No

Case study

RPCM Other solutions
Automatic transfer switch with transfer delay no more than 14ms Yes No
Outlet Level SC Protection Yes No
Remote power management Yes Yes
Power Meters on Each Individual Outlet Yes No
Configurable Electrical Current Consumption Limits for Each Outlet Yes No
Customizable Activation Sequence and Delay of Outlets to Initiate Service Correctly and Eliminate Inrush Currents Yes No
Proper Grounding Diagnostics Yes No
Statistics, Graphs, and Historical Data Yes No

1 For data processing centers and colocation service providers

Each client purchasing a service to locate equipment on data processing center platforms wants maximum convenience when deploying resources:

  • remote power management
  • power consumption control
  • reliable and backup power supply
  • payment only for used resources
  • statistical and historical data

RPCM is a remote power control module that gives colocation service providers an instrument allowing them to provide their users with all the above mentioned and much more!

The device allows users:

  • To protect their equipment from outages in the event of a short circuit on a neighboring equipment
  • To ensure a seamless transfer on one of the inputs if a failure occurs
  • To provide users with remote power management for their equipment
  • To ensure access to statistical and historical data regarding power consumption

2 For businesses, remote offices, points of sales, gas stations

Each business strives to effectively manage its activities; in particular, a simple convenient instrument is required in order to ensure the resilience of its infrastructure, namely in regards to power supply. Remote facilities frequently lack qualified personnel that can perform simple actions, which leads to considerable downtimes and expenditures.

RPCM is a resilient power control module that provides indispensable capabilities of control, management, and power supply protection.

The device allows users:

  • To protect their equipment from outages in the event of a SC on neighboring devices
  • To prevent fires thanks to the possibility of establishing limits on current consumption
  • To remotely manage power
  • To customize activation sequence and delay of outlets following a complete power loss, which helps avoid considerable inrush currents and adhere to the equipment’s activation sequence
  • To control power consumption with the help of power meters on each individual outlet
  • To prevent uncontrollable failure of an uninterrupted power supply by switching to the UPS input bypass, if you use UPS

3 For non-commercial use and homes

Any homeowner will want to control situations relating to the home’s power supply and to be able to do so remotely. It’s extremely important to not only see the situation, but also to be able to act on it.

Today’s gas equipment is unpredictable when it comes to power supply quality and proper grounding. RPCM is a remote power control module that enables users:

  • To remotely control power supply quality and consumption by communicating problems, for example, via popular messaging apps (Slack, Telegram)
  • To prevent fire hazards through configurable consumption limits for each outlet
  • To prevent complete equipment power loss by protecting against SC on each outlet
  • To prevent power supply irregularities in the event of a UPS failure

4 For telecom operators, remote telecommunication hubs

Any telecom operator strives to ensure no interruption affects the services it provides; therefore, its ability to guarantee power supply on remote communication hubs is crucial. Oftentimes such facilities are provided with UPS and/or diesel generators, but when the UPS fails or a short circuit occurs on an equipment connected to the power supply, it usually ends in an outage for the entire hub.

RPCM is a resilient power control module that allows users:

  • To protect a communications hub from UPS failures or fire hazards due to deteriorated quality of isolation within devices and electrical wirings
  • To protect equipment in a communications hub from outages in the event of a SC on certain elements of the infrastructure
  • To remotely manage power, and thanks to the function enabling outlets to be activated remotely, it will help with avoiding considerable inrush currents and with adhering to the equipment’s proper activation sequence, which will invariably help with using the more economically justifiable UPS.

5 Production Sector

It’s important for today's enterprises to control and manage power consumption, insofar as the cost of this resource holds critically important significance for them and constitutes a substantial item of expense.

RPCM is a resilient power control module that allows users:

  • To control consumption of individual consumers
  • To protect equipment from outages in the event of SC on certain elements of the infrastructure
  • To provide protection against fire hazards due to deteriorated quality of isolation within electrical wirings and device components
  • To remotely manage power for each connected device and control proper grounding connection

Specifications

Module rpcm Parameter Value
Power 3840VA
Inlets Input connector type 2 x IEC-320-C20 connectors
Voltage and current rating 100-240 V (single phase, 3 wires: phase, neutral, ground), 16 A
Frequency 50/60 Hz ± 5%
Transfer time between inlets under 14 ms
Grounding control Automatic verification of correct ground connection
Outlets Outlet connector type 10 x IEC-320-C13 connectors
Voltage and current rating 100-240 V (single phase, 3 wires: phase, neutral, ground), 10 A
Automatic curcuit break type Overload protection:
configurable 0,1 A to 10 A (default setting: 10 A)
Short circuit protection: 17 x rated current
Power consumption metering Separate power consumption metering on each of 10 outlets
Time of powering on consumers devices Programmable (default delay 1 second)
Cords fixation Power cables fixation kit (option)
Indicator lights Inlet state - On/Off/Incorrect inlet voltage/Priority
- Current/Voltage
- Indication of correct ground connection
Outlet state On/Off/Short circuit/Overload
Remote control and monitoring Inlet state - On/Off/Incorrect inlet voltage/Priority
- Frequency/ Voltage/ Current/ Wattage
- Indication of correct ground connection
Outlet state - On/Off/Short circuit/Overload
- Managing current cutoff thresholds and power-on delay
Power consumption metering Separate power consumption metering on each of 10 outlets
Supported protocols - HTTP/HTTPS(WEB Interface/REST API)
- SSH
- SNMPv1, SNMPv2, SNMPv3
Standart compliance Electromagnetic compatibility EN55022
Safety CE, EAC
Communication interface Ethernet 10/100 Mbps
Accessories included Rack mounting brackets and accessories, 2 x inlet cables (C20 to Euro/Schuko) 2.0 m
Available options Extended fixtures for installation in a 19 inch rack, power cable organizer
Size (width x depth x height) 440 x 365 x 44 mm, takes a standart 1U slot in a 19 inch rack
Module weight/included accessories/total weight with packaging (kg) 5,2/1,21/8,13
Operating temperature 0~40 °С
Storage temperature -20~60 °С
Operating humidity 45~85 % (no condensing)
Cooling Passive
Noise level Under 30 dBA (powering on/off and switching ports)

PDFs to download

Leaflet

Technical Specification

User Manual

Quick Install Guide

Download the mobile application

app iOS

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