The Metering Overview page displays the power information for each PDU input, as well as a graphical measurement of the values. After you set current threshold parameter levels, the page shows the graphical measurements in different colors, depending on how you set the threshold levels. See Monitor the Enhanced PDU (HTML Interface) for more information.
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The Parameter page displays and identifies the PDU inputs and phases. Depending on your PDU, you might have one or more inputs with one or more phases per input. See Understanding the Relationship Between Inputs and Outlet Groups for a description of PDU inputs.
A PDU can become out of balance if one phase uses more current than the others. Set the out of balance parameter to the number of amps that one phase cannot use more than any other in the input. For example, if you set this parameter to 5, and phase 1 uses 12 amps of current and phase 3 uses 4 amps, the Metering Overview displays an out of balance error message.
If you enable SNMP on the Net Configuration page, you enable SNMP for all inputs in the PDU. However, you can disable or enable SNMP control of each PDU input from this page. See Enable and Configure SNMP (Enhanced PDU) for more information about SNMP settings.
For FW version 2.01, the Reset button is available to reset all values.
Beginning with FW version 2.02, the Reset button is not available.