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Remote power control.

Control and maintain electrical devices from anywhere with the iBoot DC. The direct-current (DC) version of its iBoot remote power solution is a single-circuit power switch that allows remote equipment to be rebooted or power-controlled over an IP network using a simple Web browser interface. Users can connect any DC electrical-powered device to the iBoot for simple and instantaneous power-on, power-off or reboot. This allows users to protect and maintain the uptime of devices in areas that cannot easily be accessed or serviced. In addition to its core functions, the iBoot DC can be programmed to periodically monitor the operating status of the network or network-attached device through an auto ping feature.--Dataprobe

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Title Annotation:Cabling Infrastructure Products
Publication:Communications News
Date:May 1, 2006
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