Posts Tagged ‘remote power reboot’

A DC Power Redundancy Solution with Remote Power Switching and Reboot Capabilities

Friday, November 1st, 2013

An effective power redundancy solution is an essential part of any critical electronic application. For example, in DC powered applications in the maritime industry, power redundancy helps to ensure that devices such as RF radio controllers, navigation systems and asset tracking systems are always available when needed. In cases like this, a DC power redundancy solution improves the reliability of critical electronic devices by ensuring that devices will immediately begin to draw power from a secondary power source in the event of problems with the primary power source.

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A Remote Control Power Switch Can Simplify a Network Administrator’s Life

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

When managing network elements located in remote, offsite equipment racks, even simple tasks like power reboots are often made incredibly frustrating by the very remoteness of the equipment. If that crashed router or unresponsive server was located within arm’s reach instead of inside a remote equipment cabinet miles away, it would be easy to simply cycle power to the unit and have it back up and running again in no time. In cases like this, if the offsite network equipment site lacks a remote control power switch, then often the only solution is an expensive, time-consuming service call to the remote network equipment site, just to flip a power switch Off and then back on again.

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A Device Management Utility for WTI Console Server and Remote Reboot Products

Thursday, July 8th, 2010

The Device Management Utility, or DMU, is a convenient, multi-unit management application, which is included with our Console Server products, Remote Power Reboot Products and A/B Fallback products. The DMU provides IT administrators with a single interface that can be used to access multiple WTI units in order to manage passwords, initiate power switching or A/B fallback switching, access command mode and display power consumption data. This allows IT administrators to manage multiple WTI products from a single access point, without external software.

The DMU program allows you to perform the following tasks from a central WTI unit:

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