The 4th generation Flexible Power Distribution is an integrated power solutions for data centers: IDC-Busbar Trunking system + Intelligent Rack Power Distribution + Network security and Anti-Hacker system can ensure the power safety in data center which is built to your needs.
Based on GB7251.1-2013, GB7251.6-2015, IEC61439.1-2011,IEC61439.6-2012, CLEVER IDC-BUSBAR meets the Chinese and International Electro technical Commission technology standards and is CCC certificated.
The key components are all modularized structure and support plug-and-play features so the power can be drawn safely from wherever it’s needed.
CLEVER supports customized production and fast delivery to fit the needs of most data centers.
Busbar can work together with the network power management system and distributed intelligent power security system to guarantee the efficient and reliable power operation in data center.
With high amperage in a compact and reliable grounding, support direct current and alternative current both in 1-phase and 3-phase input, CLEVER Basbar allows you to add or remove output power without downtime.
Busbar system has such advantages as optimal structure, advanced performances, easy maintenance, and long lifespan which is up to 30 years.
Compared to the traditional power distribution cabinet solution, the Busbar solution conserves the valuable floor space in your server room. Busbar system is easy to install, maintain and add additional circuits. It creates more value and ensures the lowest total cost of ownership for our clients.
CLEVER IDC-BUSBAR consists of busbar housing, intelligent power feed boxes, intelligent tap-off boxes, intelligent main control boxes and etc. It supports both wire and wireless communication.
The Busbar trucking system is widely used in the distribution system and it provides flexible power distribution solutions for a variety of applications where change and adaptation are important. The Busbar consists of extruded aluminum housing, copper conductors, insulation parts and joint connection.
The end Power Feed Box connects a power source to distributed power throughout the Busbar system. It can monitor the power data including voltage, current, frequency, apparent power, active power, reactive power, power factor, power consumption, load percentage, breaker On/Off state, temperature and etc. The voltage, current, power consumption and temperature of the main circuits can be displayed on the LCD screen as well. The power feed box can support either Ethernet or Serial communication. Through SNMP or Modbus-RTU protocol, the monitored power parameters and alarm notifications can be uploaded to the Main Control Box or DCIM platform in data center.
The intelligent Main Control Box (a centralized monitoring unit) can monitor the real-time power data of Power Feed Boxes and Tap-off Boxes. Like the Power Feed Box, the NET port and Modbus RTU are also available with Main Control Box, which can support multiple communication mode and protocols. Through these communication ports, the monitored power parameters and alarm notifications can be uploaded to the DCIM platform in data center.
The Tap-off box is one of the core components in the busbar system. It is modular designed, plug-and-play and tool-less mounting supported. The Tap-off boxes consist of enclosure, connector, monitoring module, communication module, circuit breakers and outlets.