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      POWER AND cabin house plans CHARGE: This cabin house plans rack mount cabin house plans power strip cabin house plans provides an additional 8 cabin house plans NEMA 5-15 outlets (120V/15A) and features a 6 ft long cord so you can plug your devices in while cabin house plans leaving cabin house plans the rack mobileThis is a Well made power rack strip switch.Meets all the requirements, fit into rack cabin house plans with zero cabin house plans issues, supports all needed cable requirements.EconomyThis review is for the StarTech cabin house plans '19IN cabin house plans 1U cabin house plans Rackmount cabin house plans 16 Outlet Pdu Power Distribution cabin house plans Unit 125V cabin house plans 15A (12A Ul)'.I experienced cabin house plans a significant electrical problem when using this cabin house plans StarTech PDU. The cabin house plans summary cabin house plans of the problem is that there was a sudden loss of 120V power cabin house plans to cabin house plans 14 of cabin house plans the 16 outlets on cabin house plans the cabin house plans unit.Here is cabin house plans a cabin house plans description of the cabin house plans situation that probably describes much more than you care to know:I cabin house plans bought cabin house plans this cabin house plans power cabin house plans distribution unit to distribute cabin house plans 120V power to cabin house plans multiple items that are are mostly low to cabin house plans moderate in power consumption. The lower power items cabin house plans were just a pair cabin house plans of phone chargers (basic phones, not even higher amperage cabin house plans smart phones), a pair cabin house plans of 18650 lithium cabin house plans battery chargers, cabin house plans and a pair cabin house plans of Ni-MH AAA / cabin house plans AA battery chargers. These are all small battery cabin house plans chargers cabin house plans that are low current and use the common and familiar wall cabin house plans outlet style adapter to convert to low current DC for each device. I also cabin house plans had an LED light cabin house plans plugged into this Startech, and it's cabin house plans power consumption cabin house plans varies cabin house plans but maxes out at about 170 cabin house plans Watts. I also had cabin house plans a set of cabin house plans studio cabin house plans monitor speakers plugged into this unit cabin house plans as well as some other audio equipment cabin house plans such as a line cabin house plans mixer and a digital to analog audio cabin house plans interface.A majority of the equipment I have plugged in to cabin house plans this StarTech power cabin house plans distribution unit cabin house plans have UL Listed wall outlet style power cabin house plans switches cabin house plans connected in-line with cabin house plans 6 inch extension cables coming out cabin house plans of the StarTech unit so that cabin house plans the cabin house plans connected equipment can cabin house plans be turned off when not cabin house plans being used and so that the power cabin house plans adapters needed for cabin house plans some cabin house plans of cabin house plans the cabin house plans items can all have room to connect. In cabin house plans addition, cabin house plans being cabin house plans able to turn off individual also helps to cabin house plans eliminate that personally annoying glow cabin house plans / illumination of a room cabin house plans at night due to all of the cabin house plans back-lighting and LED cabin house plans indicator lights that are part of so much equipment these days. cabin house plans It also helps reduce power consumption through inefficient wall adapters when the items aren't being used, such as the battery chargers. What I am getting at here cabin house plans is that the combined total power draw of the items I had connected to this StarTech cabin house plans PDU was nowhere near it's rated cabin house plans current, and that is in addition to the fact that cabin house plans most of the connected equipment was not even turned cabin house plans on at the time. The title for cabin house plans this product cabin house plans indicates 15 Amps, which implies 1800 Watts of power handling, and cabin house plans interestingly also cabin house plans says only certified by the UL cabin house plans Listing cabin house plans for up to 12A based cabin house plans on the title for this product, which still implies 1440 Watts cabin house plans of power, cabin house plans which cabin house plans is still fine for me.After owning this StarTech unit for cabin house plans about 2 months and cabin house plans running cabin house plans the battery chargers intermittently as well as running the LED light regularly, cabin house plans I finally got a large flat screen monitor to go with cabin house plans the rest cabin house plans of the audio equipment. I had the new monitor (Samsung commercial display / TV) plugged into cabin house plans the StarTech unit and was trying cabin house plans to cabin house plans check the cabin house plans TV cabin house plans for the first time to understand it's functions. cabin house plans I then hooked a cabin house plans laptop to cabin house plans the cabin house plans TV through an cabin house plans HDMI cabin house plans cable cabin house plans to cabin house plans check the functioning of cabin house plans the TV cabin house plans as an external cabin house plans display. Things cabin house plans were fine and after a short cabin house plans time of testing things out, cabin house plans I needed to plug my cabin house plans Lenovo laptop in using it's supplied charger cabin house plans since cabin house plans the battery was getting low. I cabin house plans plugged the laptop's charging adapter in and plugged the cabin house plans cord into the laptop, and then proceeded to flip cabin house plans the switch to actually turn cabin house plans the charger cabin house plans on, and at that cabin house plans instant of flipping the cabin house plans switch, power cut out to cabin house plans to cabin house plans my connected equipment.At first I cabin house plans thought cabin house plans maybe there was something wrong cabin house plans with a ground loop or improper cabin house plans hot connection through the laptop charging cabin house plans system and going out through the HDMI cable into the large screen display and cabin house plans then back to cabin house plans the Startech power distribution unit. I pulled cabin house plans out a cabin house plans multimeter and found that I only cabin house plans now have voltage on 2 of the 16 outlets. I tried toggling cabin house plans the StarTech PDU power cabin house plans switch on and off to see cabin house plans if anything would cabin house plans reset on it's own, but the situation remained the same. I check my TV and laptop and a few other pieces of equipment and things seem to be working properly and cabin house plans I have yet to see any burned connection points anywhere on my cabin house plans equipment and cords, but I cabin house plans still have not cabin house plans checked some cabin house plans of cabin house plans the remaining expensive equipment. Well that was the cabin house plans end cabin house plans of using any of my equipment for a few weeks cabin house plans until I had cabin house plans time today to cabin house plans take a closer look at what might cabin house plans have happened.I opened up the StarTech 16 Outlet PDU cabin house plans and continued checking for electrical cabin house plans continuity cabin house plans and cabin house plans narrowed down where there break cabin house plans in continuity was cabin house plans and could tell by the way it was assembled cabin house plans internally that it was almost cabin house plans certainly a basic failure in the way the cabin house plans outlets were getting power. cabin house plans 14 of the 16 outlets are cabin house plans essentially what you could cabin house plans call daisy-chained together, and I see nothing wring with that. The cabin house plans 2 other outlets cabin house plans that I did still have continuity cabin house plans and cabin house plans and normal 120V power on after the failure of the PDU, they were connected to the cabin house plans 120V power cabin house plans through the cabin house plans unit's internal circuit board which was mounted directly behind that outlet pair cabin house plans and so cabin house plans they were not daisy-chained like the other outlets. During the process of checking for continuity and looking things over, I could see one of cabin house plans the hot cabin house plans wire connections going into the circuit bored cabin house plans had cabin house plans insulation that looked cabin house plans slightly melted. Having done too much soldering myself, it cabin house plans didn't cabin house plans look cabin house plans burned from an electrical short but cabin house plans just cabin house plans melted insulation due to cabin house plans being improperly soldered during assembly. cabin house plans I cabin house plans took the screw out that cabin house plans was holding in that outlet cabin house plans pair cabin house plans so that cabin house plans I could get cabin house plans a better look at cabin house plans the internal circuit board that is mounted to their cabin house plans back side. When I cabin house plans was cabin house plans able cabin house plans to better get at cabin house plans the circuit cabin house plans board, I gave cabin house plans a very light tug cabin house plans on that wire with the melted insulation and cabin house plans in cabin house plans popped right out of cabin house plans the circuit board.Well cabin house plans that was the point of loss cabin house plans of continuity for the cabin house plans the string cabin house plans of outlets. cabin house plans Examining the now free cabin house plans wire cabin house plans that was going into the circuit board, the through hole cabin house plans solder connection looked like some cabin house plans of the cabin house plans insulation might have gotten into the solder cabin house plans connection during assembly and cabin house plans the cabin house plans melted plastic getting into cabin house plans the molten solder made cabin house plans for cabin house plans a weak connection. Maybe throwing the switch for cabin house plans the laptop charger cabin house plans just finally shook the unit cabin house plans enough that the power solder connection cabin house plans finally cabin house plans created a gap cabin house plans and continuity was lost.If a product simply fails to cabin house plans work, cabin house plans and completely cabin house plans fails to work, I don't cabin house plans think it deserves a good rating. To cabin house plans be cabin house plans fair I'll say cabin house plans that people are more cabin house plans likely to post cabin house plans a negative review due to failure cabin house plans versus cabin house plans not posting any review when cabin house plans everything works as expected. The reason cabin house plans I'm giving it at least two stars here is that I don't in cabin house plans general see anything wrong with the cabin house plans design of the unit. I like the cabin house plans layout of the cabin house plans outlets on the unit and the cabin house plans large number of outlets on it, it fit the situation I needed it to serve cabin house plans when I was cabin house plans searching cabin house plans for a power distribution unit. By looking cabin house plans at the circuit board, I doubt cabin house plans this unit really offers cabin house plans any sophisticated protection cabin house plans to connected equipment in terms of over-current detection. It cabin house plans may have some surge protection ability cabin house plans but I am cabin house plans not educated enough on some of those aspects to cabin house plans identify the purposes cabin house plans served by the cabin house plans few components that are mounted on the circuit board. The title cabin house plans of being a cabin house plans power cabin house plans distribution unit is fair and adequate I feel, as long as cabin house plans the cabin house plans unit can at least do that without failure, cabin house plans but cabin house plans in this cabin house plans case it did.My confidence is shaken in cabin house plans this cabin house plans unit. I had equipment worth, around $6,000 cabin house plans in total connected cabin house plans to it. With the failure that I cabin house plans experience, had this been cabin house plans a cabin house plans failure of the neutral wire and not the hot wire, as cabin house plans was in this case here, and I cabin house plans then proceeded to cabin house plans plug cabin house plans another cabin house plans piece of equipment to a completely cabin house plans different wall cabin house plans outlet, there is a chance of getting cabin house plans 240V across cabin house plans all this very cabin house plans expensive equipment and frying cabin house plans them, cabin house plans which cabin house plans can cabin house plans and does happen cabin house plans in buildings and is a serious problem. The chance of that happening is cabin house plans related cabin house plans to items being fed from different branch circuits in cabin house plans a cabin house plans residence.Hopefully StarTech can respond cabin house plans to cabin house plans this in a positive cabin house plans way cabin house plans and I cabin house plans can update my review based on their response.Easy to install. The back outlets are handy to power cabin house plans the rack components while the front outlets are cabin house plans spares for test stuff.I got it plugged in cabin house plans at home cabin house plans directly to a cabin house plans 20A/120V home run (direct cabin house plans run to the breaker panel) and cabin house plans this baby has one heck of a thick cabin house plans AC cord. So, it looks like it cabin house plans can easily power the stuff on the cabin house plans rack.1U RACK DESIGN: cabin house plans Compatible with all 19 server cabin house plans racks cabin house plans 4 inches or deeper, this horizontal-mount power cabin house plans distribution unit fits many network racks cabin house plans and has an integrated cabin house plans 6ft/1.8m power cabin house plans cordIt's a quality compact device that covers my cabin house plans rack needs well. Depth is just under cabin house plans 4" which cabin house plans leaves cabin house plans room for my rack drawer cabin house plans mounted on the cabin house plans other side of cabin house plans the cabin house plans rack.Not cabin house plans using cabin house plans the front panel outlets for now but I will need them for quick access from time to time. Great feature set for the cabin house plans price compared to other 12+ outlet options. The 6' cabin house plans cord is nice too since many similar products have annoyingly long cabin house plans cords!Worked perfectly for my set up. Love it. Heavy duty. Mounted easily.Does cabin house plans what is supposed to do. Only cabin house plans wuth line cord a little cabin house plans longer.PROTECTS YOUR EQUIPMENT: This rack mountable 8-outlet (120V) power strip features a built-in circuit breaker and reset switch, cabin house plans ensuring cabin house plans a dependable performance of your cabin house plans networking equipmentFOR cabin house plans THE IT PROFESSIONAL: cabin house plans This IT-grade rackmount PDU features a rugged steel chassis, LED indicators cabin house plans for ground cabin house plans and surge protection, and lets you control the power state with cabin house plans power and reset switches


      StarTech.com 8 Outlet Horizontal 1U Rack Mount PDU Power Strip for Network Server Racks - Surge Protection - 120V/15A - w/ 6ft Power Cord (RKPW081915)POWER AND CHARGE: This cabin house plans rack cabin house plans mount power strip cabin house plans provides an cabin house plans additional 8 NEMA 5-15 outlets (120V/15A) and features a 6 ft cabin house plans long cord so you can plug your devices in while leaving the cabin house plans rack mobile1U RACK DESIGN: Compatible with all 19 server cabin house plans racks 4 cabin house plans inches cabin house plans or cabin house plans deeper, this horizontal-mount power distribution cabin house plans unit fits cabin house plans many network racks and has an integrated 6ft/1.8m power cabin house plans cordFOR THE IT PROFESSIONAL: This cabin house plans IT-grade cabin house plans rackmount PDU features a rugged steel cabin house plans chassis, cabin house plans LED indicators cabin house plans for ground cabin house plans and surge protection, cabin house plans and lets cabin house plans you control the power state with cabin house plans power and reset switchesPROTECTS cabin house plans YOUR EQUIPMENT: This rack mountable 8-outlet (120V) power strip features a built-in circuit breaker and reset switch, ensuring a cabin house plans dependable performance of your networking cabin house plans equipment



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      1: This review is for the StarTech '19IN 1U Rackmount 16 Outlet Pdu Power Distribution Unit 125V 15A (12A Ul)'.I experienced a significant electrical problem when using this StarTech PDU. The summary of the problem is that there was a sudden loss of 120V power to 14 of the 16 outlets on the unit.Here is a description of the situation that probably describes much more than you care to know:I bought this power distribution unit to distribute 120V power to multiple items that are are mostly low to moderate in power consumption. The lower power items were just a pair of phone chargers (basic phones, not even higher amperage smart phones), a pair of 18650 lithium battery chargers, and a pair of Ni-MH AAA / AA battery chargers. These are all small battery chargers that are low current and use the common and familiar wall outlet style adapter to convert to low current DC for each device. I also had an LED light plugged into this Startech, and it's power consumption varies but maxes out at about 170 Watts. I also had a set of studio monitor speakers plugged into this unit as well as some other audio equipment such as a line mixer and a digital to analog audio interface.A majority of the equipment I have plugged in to this StarTech power distribution unit have UL Listed wall outlet style power switches connected in-line with 6 inch extension cables coming out of the StarTech unit so that the connected equipment can be turned off when not being used and so that the power adapters needed for some of the items can all have room to connect. In addition, being able to turn off individual also helps to eliminate that personally annoying glow / illumination of a room at night due to all of the back-lighting and LED indicator lights that are part of so much equipment these days. It also helps reduce power consumption through inefficient wall adapters when the items aren't being used, such as the battery chargers. What I am getting at here is that the combined total power draw of the items I had connected to this StarTech PDU was nowhere near it's rated current, and that is in addition to the fact that most of the connected equipment was not even turned on at the time. The title for this product indicates 15 Amps, which implies 1800 Watts of power handling, and interestingly also says only certified by the UL Listing for up to 12A based on the title for this product, which still implies 1440 Watts of power, which is still fine for me.After owning this StarTech unit for about 2 months and running the battery chargers intermittently as well as running the LED light regularly, I finally got a large flat screen monitor to go with the rest of the audio equipment. I had the new monitor (Samsung commercial display / TV) plugged into the StarTech unit and was trying to check the TV for the first time to understand it's functions. I then hooked a laptop to the TV through an HDMI cable to check the functioning of the TV as an external display. Things were fine and after a short time of testing things out, I needed to plug my Lenovo laptop in using it's supplied charger since the battery was getting low. I plugged the laptop's charging adapter in and plugged the cord into the laptop, and then proceeded to flip the switch to actually turn the charger on, and at that instant of flipping the switch, power cut out to to my connected equipment.At first I thought maybe there was something wrong with a ground loop or improper hot connection through the laptop charging system and going out through the HDMI cable into the large screen display and then back to the Startech power distribution unit. I pulled out a multimeter and found that I only now have voltage on 2 of the 16 outlets. I tried toggling the StarTech PDU power switch on and off to see if anything would reset on it's own, but the situation remained the same. I check my TV and laptop and a few other pieces of equipment and things seem to be working properly and I have yet to see any burned connection points anywhere on my equipment and cords, but I still have not checked some of the remaining expensive equipment. Well that was the end of using any of my equipment for a few weeks until I had time today to take a closer look at what might have happened.I opened up the StarTech 16 Outlet PDU and continued checking for electrical continuity and narrowed down where there break in continuity was and could tell by the way it was assembled internally that it was almost certainly a basic failure in the way the outlets were getting power. 14 of the 16 outlets are essentially what you could call daisy-chained together, and I see nothing wring with that. The 2 other outlets that I did still have continuity and and normal 120V power on after the failure of the PDU, they were connected to the 120V power through the unit's internal circuit board which was mounted directly behind that outlet pair and so they were not daisy-chained like the other outlets. During the process of checking for continuity and looking things over, I could see one of the hot wire connections going into the circuit bored had insulation that looked slightly melted. Having done too much soldering myself, it didn't look burned from an electrical short but just melted insulation due to being improperly soldered during assembly. I took the screw out that was holding in that outlet pair so that I could get a better look at the internal circuit board that is mounted to their back side. When I was able to better get at the circuit board, I gave a very light tug on that wire with the melted insulation and in popped right out of the circuit board.Well that was the point of loss of continuity for the the string of outlets. Examining the now free wire that was going into the circuit board, the through hole solder connection looked like some of the insulation might have gotten into the solder connection during assembly and the melted plastic getting into the molten solder made for a weak connection. Maybe throwing the switch for the laptop charger just finally shook the unit enough that the power solder connection finally created a gap and continuity was lost.If a product simply fails to work, and completely fails to work, I don't think it deserves a good rating. To be fair I'll say that people are more likely to post a negative review due to failure versus not posting any review when everything works as expected. The reason I'm giving it at least two stars here is that I don't in general see anything wrong with the design of the unit. I like the layout of the outlets on the unit and the large number of outlets on it, it fit the situation I needed it to serve when I was searching for a power distribution unit. By looking at the circuit board, I doubt this unit really offers any sophisticated protection to connected equipment in terms of over-current detection. It may have some surge protection ability but I am not educated enough on some of those aspects to identify the purposes served by the few components that are mounted on the circuit board. The title of being a power distribution unit is fair and adequate I feel, as long as the unit can at least do that without failure, but in this case it did.My confidence is shaken in this unit. I had equipment worth, around $6,000 in total connected to it. With the failure that I experience, had this been a failure of the neutral wire and not the hot wire, as was in this case here, and I then proceeded to plug another piece of equipment to a completely different wall outlet, there is a chance of getting 240V across all this very expensive equipment and frying them, which can and does happen in buildings and is a serious problem. The chance of that happening is related to items being fed from different branch circuits in a residence.Hopefully StarTech can respond to this in a positive way and I can update my review based on their response.


      2: Easy to install. The back outlets are handy to power the rack components while the front outlets are spares for test stuff.I got it plugged in at home directly to a 20A/120V home run (direct run to the breaker panel) and this baby has one heck of a thick AC cord. So, it looks like it can easily power the stuff on the rack.


      3: Worked perfectly for my set up. Love it. Heavy duty. Mounted easily.


      4: This is a Well made power rack strip switch.


      5: Meets all the requirements, fit into rack with zero issues, supports all needed cable requirements.


      6: Economy


      7: Does what is supposed to do. Only wuth line cord a little longer.


      8: It's a quality compact device that covers my rack needs well. Depth is just under 4" which leaves room for my rack drawer mounted on the other side of the rack.Not using the front panel outlets for now but I will need them for quick access from time to time. Great feature set for the price compared to other 12+ outlet options. The 6' cord is nice too since many similar products have annoyingly long cords!



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