September 04, 2013 by Rachel Cericola
Richard Gray’s Power Company will be rocking a few new items at this month’s CEDIA Expo 2013. The company plans to debut a new lineup of performance enhancing power purification and management solutions.
Part of that crop will include the IPAC-8 Remote IP Power Management System. The hook on the IPAC-8 is that it provides IP-addressability and associated remote monitoring capabilities, which is a first for the company. It also boasts clean, safe power to connected devices.
The IPAC-8 has on/off remote (IP) control for eight individual AC power outlets and local monitoring with an easy-to-read RMS current meter display. Having that peek at the load should reduce your risk of overloads and tripped breakers. Users can also set certain alarm thresholds for warnings and overloads. Then, event alerts can be delivered via email, trap or audible alarm.
According to the company, the IPAC-8 is easy to install and doesn’t need any type of mounting hardware. It’s also ihiji invision-compatible, so there are no port forwarding or extensive network configuration requirements. Other features include 1U rack or wall mount options and a three-year warranty.
Richard Gray’s Power Company is selling the IPAC-8 now, anywhere that has 120Volts, 50/60 HZ service. It sells with an MSRP of $1,000.
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Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.
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