|The PM 211-MIP has an Ethernet interface and can thus be connected to any normal switch or DSL router and can consequently be operated via the network, DSL or ISDN or by means of mobile operation. It is controlled via an integrated web server that enables the intuitive configuration of all switching functions, as well as the administration of several users with different access rights.
The IP address for the socket strip can have a fixed configuration or it can be issued dynamically via a DHCP server.
In addition to a master output, the PM 211-MIP also has two slave connections, each with two sockets. Thanks to this configuration, via the slave connections, it is possible to switch up to four devices on and off individually via the Internet using a notebook, pocket PC or mobile phone.
The socket strip also facilitates switching when actually in the office: if, for example, the monitor connected to the master socket is switched on, the socket strip also automatically supplies all devices connected to the slave connections with power. In this way, it is possible to switch up to five different devices on/off simultaneously with the flick of a single switch; this is convenient and means there is no longer any need to hunt for switches under the desk.
In the event of a power failure, the PM 211-MIP notes the last switching status of the connections and switches the consumers on accordingly as soon as the power supply is up and running again.
For each slave, it is possible to connect consumers with a power consumption of up to 1100 VA. The socket strip itself consumes less than 1.5 Watts.
- Connection: RJ 45, Ethernet 10 Mbit/s
- Outputs: 1 master + 2 * 2 slave
- Interface: 4 LED for status, 2 LED for network
- Protocols: HTTP, WAP
- Max. power load: 3300 VA, max 5A per slave
- Power consumption: 1.5 VA
- Size: 600 x 55 x 60 mm
- Weight: 1.5 kg
- 45° arrangement of female outlets