Customers know that there are traditionally several other places where you could measure power in a data center - at the Utility Meter, the UPS or the remote power panel (RPP) for example, but those measurements are much farther away from the actual loads and much less granular and accurate.
What does RPP stand for?
RPP stands for Remote Power Panel (electrical power distribution panel)
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- Registered Pension Plan
- Registered Polarity Practitioner (elemental reflexology)
- Registered Professional Planner (Canada)
- Regulated Price Plan (Ontario Energy Board)
- Regulation and Planning Policy
- Relaciones Públicas (Spanish: Public Relations)
- Reliability Prediction Procedure
- Reliability Program Plan
- Reliability-Prediction Prioritization
- Religion Past and Present (encyclopedia)
- Remote Presentation Protocol
- Rencontre de Physique des Particules (French: Particle Physics Conference)
- Rental Partnership Program (military housing)
- Report on Plans and Priorities
- Republican Peoples' Party (Turkey)
- Requisition Processing Point
- Research Protection Program (various schools)
- Residential Parking Program
- Residential Permit Parking
- Resources Protection Plan/Posture
Samples in periodicals archive:
The data center was configured to use a remote power panel to dedicate two branch circuits to each rack; one circuit feeds power distribution on the left side of the rack and one feeds power on the right.
One permissible arrangement is to install a new fire alarm panel with remote power panels that operate all the older system notification devices.
About Per Inlet Power Sensing (PIPs) CDUs Server Technology's revolutionary PIPS(TM) devices accurately monitor the power infeed information, providing an extremely cost-effective and accurate alternative to complex branch circuit monitoring at the Remote Power Panel (RPP).
Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation (NYSE: ETN) today announced the availability of its new Powerware Power Distribution Unit (PDU) and Remote Power Panel (RPP) products.
Server Technology's revolutionary PIPS(TM) devices accurately monitor the power in-feed information, providing an extremely cost-effective and accurate alternative to complex branch circuit monitoring at the Remote Power Panel (RPP).
In 2004, PDI introduced four products including the global maintenance bypass cabinet, the new version of branch circuit monitoring, and two new versions of remote power panels.
Server Technology offers a wide range of cabinet power distribution monitoring and management solutions for the data center, including Per Outlet Power Sensing (POPS[TM]) devices that can monitor power at the device level and Per Inlet Power Sensing (PIPS[TM]) devices that can accurately monitor the power in-feed information, replacing branch circuit monitoring at the Remote Power Panel (RPP).