Visitors to dB’s stand no. 10.A28 at IBC2019 will see the latest incarnations of our successful intelligent mains distribution units (iMDUs).
The new Cardinal units include key features such as power monitoring and local download of software updates. We have been shipping the new Cardinal iMDU12B for the last two months and demand is proving to be very strong.
iMDU units have the ability to ‘power cycle’ remote equipment. A specific piece of kit can be powered down and up again – a useful function, especially with equipment that may need re-booting at remote unmanned sites.
Temperature and humidity sensors are an additional optional feature. One dB customer with many unmanned sites uses this option to monitor temperature patterns every five minutes, and can detect trends. The alarm level is set by the customer – in this case at 40 degC.
Cardinal products now include remote power monitoring for maximising operational efficiency, and early detection of faults within a rack. This includes monitoring of power, input voltage, energy (kWh), input current and power factor.
The local download feature means that new software versions can be uploaded in the field, without needing to remove the unit physically.
For full product details, check out our product page.
The new range will be on show at IBC at Stand 10.A28 between 13th and 17th September. Senior members of our team will be on hand to discuss our latest projects and client requirements.
Contact us to arrange an appointment.