Packet Power's Wireless Network Connector provides an easy way to make supported metered devices not connected to a network work over Packet Power's wireless network. We've just added more supported devices so you'll have fewer stranded smart devices.
Wireless Network Connector Features
- Auto-detects select smart devices from a number of manufacturers
- Instantly connects to Packet Power's self-configuring, self-optimizing wireless mesh network
- Use the local LCD to immediately verify correct operation
- Supports up to two optional temperature probes
- Can be mounted with a low profile bracket, via a DIN rail clip, or by optional magnet
- Powered by external 100-240V power supply (works with most plug types including C13); some power strips can power the WNC directly from USB or other ports
|APC||Power strip||Supported AP78XX, 79XX and 88XX models|
|APC||ATS||Supported AP77XX models|
|Austin Hughes||Power strip||InfraPower with IP Dongle|
|Geist||Power strip||Monitored units using IMD-02 and IMD-03 meter platforms|
|Janitza||Power meter||UMG 96RM|
|Liebert (Vertiv)||Power strip||MPH devices using RPC-2 communication module|
|RLE||Leak detection controller||LDRA6|
|Servertech||Power strip||Supported PRO2 CDUs|
* May not be compatible with all firmware release levels and configuration settings
New supported devices are added regularly. Please contact email@example.com to discuss the process for adding new devices.
Easy access to data
Customers with existing monitoring applications can access data sent by the WNC via a Packet Power Ethernet Gateway using standard protocols such as SNMP, Modbus TCP/IP, Ethernet/IP and MTConnect. Support for BACnet/IP and MQTT protocols is coming early 2021. Packet Power's EMX Energy Portal provides an easy-to-use option for customers that have yet to deploy a monitoring application.
See more information about the Packet Power Wireless Network Connector