Dataprobe SBB-N15 Serial-I/O iBootBar NEMA 15A

Item #: DTPB-SBB-N15 MFG #: SBB-N15

Dataprobe SBB-N15 Serial-I/O iBootBar NEMA 15A
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List Price: $395.00

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    SBB-N15 - Overview

    When you need to reduce costly site visits, manage power distribution and increase network reliability, Dataprobe Serial iBootBar puts the power in your hands. Remote power control for reboot, energy management, environmental control or test automation is easy to manage through serial command or GPIO contact closures. With Serial iBootBar, you can remotely detect and respond to physical events like gate openings or spikes in temperature, humidity or pressure - or simply reboot your devices without going onsite.

    Flexible Monitoring and Management
    Serial iBootBar saves you time and money by simplifying power distribution and giving you the ability to monitor and control your devices remotely. Multiple users can control eight independent outlets via RS-232 serial port or contact closures, switching them on or off to reboot, conserve energy, and ensure security.

    If you already have a remote control, SCADA, RDU or GPIO system, you can add A/C power switching to its monitoring and alarm functions with Serial iBootBar.

    Smart Power Management
    RS-232 serial control allows you to setup all parameters and control functions through a simple Command Line Interface. Serial iBootBar's Group and Stagger function enables you to group and manage outlets together, while a programmable Delay Timer prevents units from powering up simultaneously and overwhelming power capacity. Serial iBootBar's current sensing feature alerts you to critical power conditions so you can take action right away. Even if the network goes down, you can check - from anywhere - if critical devices are still operating, and reboot them if they aren't.

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