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Power Distribution Unit 0 Unit?

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shermaine

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Anyone heard of Power Distribution Unit 0 Unit?
I never heard of 0 unit ...What does 0 unit refer to?
As i understand, there is something like 1 unit = 44.5mm for enclosure.
Anyone can help me? Thanks
 

JimB

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I am not sure about the "Power Distribution Unit 0 Unit"

However, the height of "19inch" equipment racks and the units which go inside them is measured in "U", where 1U = 44.45mm (from distant memory!).

JimB
 

zevon8

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It may be refering to an outlet strip for plugging rack equipment into, the strip being mounted somewhere in the cabinet other than the front rack. Since it does not mount in a rack slot, it takes no rack space, so it is "zero units" in height.
 
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