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Topic # 138612 10-Jan-2014 13:41 Send private message

Hey guys, looking to clean up my home rack, and I'm trying to find a NZ version of this

American-Pc-100A-Mount-Power-Switcher/dp/B0002GL50Q

What should i be looking for or do you have a link to something similar.

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  Reply # 964723 10-Jan-2014 16:20 Send private message

Doesn't have individual on/off switches but something like this?
http://www.jacksonindustries.co.nz/products/RAC0600/

Should be available and the usual electical and data wholesalers and retailers in NZ.

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  Reply # 964773 10-Jan-2014 16:56 Send private message

Ragnor: Doesn't have individual on/off switches but something like this?
http://www.jacksonindustries.co.nz/products/RAC0600/

Should be available and the usual electical and data wholesalers and retailers in NZ.


Got a few of these and they work fine. Kinda different tot he OP's links though





 

 



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  Reply # 964837 10-Jan-2014 18:18 Send private message

Quite right if he want's the individual switches.

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  Reply # 964950 10-Jan-2014 22:31 Send private message

http://www.wiseguys.co.nz/apc-switched-rack-pdu-210670
This is the geeky version, controlled over Ethernet instead of hard switches. One of the guys at church got 2 of these from I think Cash Converters for really cheap when he was looking for something to tidy up wiring in our sound gear racks. The shop did not know what it was...




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  Reply # 964960 10-Jan-2014 22:50 Send private message

Niel: http://www.wiseguys.co.nz/apc-switched-rack-pdu-210670
This is the geeky version, controlled over Ethernet instead of hard switches. One of the guys at church got 2 of these from I think Cash Converters for really cheap when he was looking for something to tidy up wiring in our sound gear racks. The shop did not know what it was...


Those around around $1000 each :) .

We only use APC PDUs, they make really decent stuff, couldn't go back to non metered PDUs again.


If you're on a budget then look at : 
http://www.rackpower.co.nz/10A-3-pin-horizontal.html
http://www.rackpower.co.nz/10A-IEC-horizontal.html




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  Reply # 964978 11-Jan-2014 00:01 Send private message

Thanks a lot guys, Ill look at what you posted!




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  Reply # 965053 11-Jan-2014 11:19 Send private message

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Niel: http://www.wiseguys.co.nz/apc-switched-rack-pdu-210670
This is the geeky version, controlled over Ethernet instead of hard switches. One of the guys at church got 2 of these from I think Cash Converters for really cheap when he was looking for something to tidy up wiring in our sound gear racks. The shop did not know what it was...


Those around around $1000 each :) .



I know, think we paid about $20-$30 each.




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