• RIGrunner 4005i Monitoring power panel

RIGrunner 4005i Internet Based Monitoring Power Panel Enables Amateur Radio, Emergency Communication Systems and Repeater Site Operators to Monitor and Control DC Power Distribution Systems from Any Device Mobile or PC compatible Internet.

This RIGrunner 4005i monitoring power panel provides Internet based monitoring and control of the 12 VDC power distribution.
Provides up to 40 amps total across 5 outputs while transmitting, 30 amp continuous service
Each outlet has independent on / off control and a user configurable current trip point, 1A to 40A.
Standard RJ45 Ethernet port.
Integrated web server for monitoring and control.
Can be configured to emit an alarm email when the output is triggered.
Front mounted LCD display and LED indicators for local monitoring of status, input voltage and current drawn from each output.
Anderson Powerpole rear connectors with locking clips.
Low profile for 1U 19 "rack or horizontal shelf mounting option.
Made to measure custom rack, contact West Mountain Radio for details.

The integrated web server allows the monitoring and control over the Internet of your DC power distribution system. It includes the following abilities:

Input voltage monitor.
Current monitoring by each output.
Individual output enable / disable command with trip indication.
Configuration of the current limits for each socket, from 1 to 40 amperes.
Generation of an alarm e-mail in case of current limit tripping.

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RIGrunner 4005i Monitoring power panel

  • Brand: West Mountain
  • Product Code: West Mountain
  • Availability: In Stock
  • 627.14$


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