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Power Monitoring For Floor Mounted Equipment

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by James on 2016-12-05


Is it possible to see the power readings (from a monitored breaker) from a floor mounted piece of equipment that is connected directly to a breaker (tap-off)?

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Re: Power Monitoring For Floor Mounted Equipment

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2016-12-06


Hi James,

I don't think that would work for floor mounted piece of equipment (I have tested few moment ago, but didn't work), I'm almost certain that the branch circuit monitoring feature is designed for PDU/rpdu.

I was wondering perhaps we could use (if needed as a work-around) a combination of a "rack+rpdu" and call it "floor mounted device".

Kind regards

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