Middle Atlantic RackLink RLNK-SW820R-SP 20 Amp Power Management System

BH #MIRLSW820RSP • MFR #RLNK-SW820R-SP
Middle Atlantic
Middle Atlantic RackLink RLNK-SW820R-SP 20 Amp Power Management System
Key Features
  • Eight Controllable Power Outlets
  • Internet Monitoring and Control
  • Email Alerts of Power Anomalies
  • RackLink Mobile App for iOS and Android
The Middle Atlantic 20 Amp RackLink Web-Enabled Power Management System is a plug-and-play solution that provides you with remote monitoring and control of an eight-outlet series surge protector. You can control the unit via Internet IP, email alerts, and the RackLink mobile apps for iPad, iPhone, and Android. The unit is 100% cloud compliant and utilizes an open architecture serial API for third-party integration.
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Expected availability: 7-14 business days
$1,797.30

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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Middle Atlantic RLNK-SW820R-SP Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Cloud Compliant
  • 3Local and Remote Access
  • 4DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Services)
  • 5Individual Device Control
  • 6Monitored Variables
  • 7Surge Status
  • 8Data Logging
  • 9Alerts
  • 10Energy Management
  • 11Scheduling

The Middle Atlantic 20 Amp RackLink Web-Enabled Power Management System is a plug-and-play solution that provides you with remote monitoring and control of an eight-outlet series surge protector. You can control the unit via Internet IP, email alerts, and the RackLink mobile apps for iPad, iPhone, and Android. The unit is 100% cloud compliant and utilizes an open architecture serial API for third-party integration.

With this device, you can monitor variables such as the operating temperature, input voltage, load current, surge status, and power factor. This information is automatically logged into local storage every 5 minutes and whenever the system encounters an alert. The system can store up to 2,000 data entries which may be downloaded as a CSV file. You can review the data log through a local browser, and set rules to automatically power cycle, ping, and reset network connectivity when the system experiences a fault.

Each outlet in the system can be remotely or manually switched on and off to manage the energy requirements of connected devices. Local control of power can be extended outside of the rack through the device's dry contact outputs. This allows you to control the operation of devices plugged into the RackLink by sending current through the dry contact output(s) and into the device(s). The surge protector is housed in a one-unit rack-mountable chassis.

Cloud Compliant

The RackLink is accessible over the cloud via its dedicated on-board web server

Local and Remote Access

The unit can be viewed through mobile web apps for iPad, iPhone, and Android

DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Services)

The unit utilizes Dynamic Domain Name Services to give each router a unique domain name that keeps track of the IP address associated with the device

Individual Device Control

The unit allows you to name each outlet, contact, and connected device. Additionally, you are able to power cycle the unit on or off or set custom cycle delay periods up to 999 seconds in length

Monitored Variables

The unit can monitor peak and RMS input voltage, peak and RMS load current, temperature, surge status, connected load in watts, cumulative load in kilowatt hours, power factor, and thermal loads. High and low operating thresholds may be set for these variables to determine if and when alerts are sent and what action will be taken by the device

Surge Status

Power surges are indicated by the unit's local LEDs, by the status of its contact closure outputs, and through remote serial and TCP/IP notifications

Data Logging

The device will automatically log its monitoring variables as a database entry every five minutes. This data may be viewed through the local browser user interface, saved as a CSV file, or remotely extracted via IP or RS-232

Alerts

The unit can send an optional email notification if user defined temperature, input voltage or load current thresholds are exceeded or if the device does not respond to an auto-ping

Energy Management

The unit allows you to display and log energy usage in real time. This data can be graphed with third-party applications such as Microsoft Excel

Scheduling

Devices can be set to turn on and off at specific times to conserve electricity
UPC: 656747195495

Middle Atlantic RLNK-SW820R-SP Specs

Connections8 x 3-prong controllable electrical outlets
1 x 9600 BAUD RS-232
1 x 10/100 fast Internet RJ-45
1 x temperature probe
1 x dry contact/surge status block
Number of Outlets8 (controllable)
Power Cord1 x 9' SignalSAFE 20 A power cord
Line VoltageNominal 120 VAC
Peak Load Current20 A
24/7 Continuous Operation16 A
Alert Threshold Range
Input VoltageLow: 105 to 110 VAC
High: 123 to 128 VAC
Input CurrentMinimum: 0 A
Maximum 20 A
TemperatureMinimum: 0° F
Maximum: 140° F
Surge / Noise Suppression
Peak Pulse Capability30,000 Amps one time
19,500 Amps two times within 5 minutes
7,000 Amps ten times within 2 minutes

Note: Maximum peak impulse current pulse as defined between line and neutral. Maximum multiple impulse current derated per spec.
Protection ModesLine to Neutral
Response TimeLess than 1 nanosecond
Maximum Energy Dissipation711 Joules (10 / 100 micro seconds)
EMI / RFI AC Noise Suppression20 dB calculated line to neutral - 100 kHz to 1 MHz - based on nominal impedance
Remote ControlRS-232
TCP/IP
HTTP (integrated web server)
Dimensions (H x W x D)1.75 x 19.25 x 9" (4.45 x 48.9 x 22.86 cm)
Weight11 lb (0.45 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.6 x 13.4 x 3.6"
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