Available in standard and rack depth models, Eaton’s Remote Power Panel can be configured with up to four high-density panelboards (400A main breaker), providing 168 poles of power distribution in a freestanding structure.
The Remote Power Panel (RPP) comes in standard or rack depth sizes. The small footprint of the standard model makes it suitable for space-restricted facilities or as an end-of-row distribution solution. The rack model provides seamless integration into data center white space by matching standard IT rack dimensions. Both models can be configured with up to four high-density panelboards (400A main breaker), providing 168 poles of power distribution in a freestanding structure. Features include up to 5 in. of spacing between panelboards, top and bottom cable access, removable side and rear covers with captive hardware, the ability to store load profiling for up to 24 months, and a PXGX PDP communication card that allows for daisy chaining multiple units together.
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