How to Add Power Redundancy without Replacing Single Inlet Devices or Sacrificing Rack Space

A viable Power Redundancy Solution helps to provide data centers, web hosting facilities, test labs and cloud hosting applications with assurance that vital network element will continue to function in the event of a power outage. Obviously, this is a very important capability in any industry that hopes to provide customers with constant, reliable access to network based services and resources.

Unfortunately, there are two troubling factors that often stymie administrators and engineers who are attempting to implement a power redundancy solution: the high cost of replacing single power inlet devices with new dual input devices and the hassle of configuring those new dual inlet devices to work with an existing network application.

Fortunately, WTI’s PTS-14CM20-V Series Vertical Format Power Transfer Switches can help to overcome both of these stumbling blocks by enabling network engineers to continue using existing single power inlet devices; eliminating both the cost of new dual inlet network devices and the hassle of configuring a new device to work within their present network infrastructure.

In addition, the PTS-14CM20-V series also allows network engineers to avoid the dilemma of clearing space in already over-crowded equipment racks in order to install a power transfer switch. Unlike traditional, horizontal format, rack mount transfer switches, WTI’s PTS-14CM20-V Series Vertical Format Power Transfer Switches can be easily mounted on a rack post or rack pocket, allowing network engineers to add power redundancy without sacrificing valuable rack space.

If you’re faced with the challenge of implementing a power redundancy solution for your network infrastructure, WTI’s PTS-14CM20-V Series Vertical Format Power Transfer Switches can help you save both time and money by allowing you to keep using your present single power inlet devices without the requirement to juggle rack mount devices in order to make space for a horizontal format ATS.




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