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Liebert® FPC Power Distribution Cabinet

Provides high quality, flexible power distribution for high-density data centers. It is engineered to combine the convenience and cost savings of a pre-packaged, factory-tested unit with the flexibility of a custom-tailored power system. This self-contained system provides power isolation, power distribution, computer-grade grounding and power monitoring.

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The rack-size Liebert® FPC power conditioning and distribution cabinet provides high quality, flexible power distribution for high-density data centers. It is engineered to combine the convenience and cost savings of a pre-packaged, factory-tested unit with the flexibility of a custom-tailored power system. This self-contained system provides power isolation, power distribution, computer-grade grounding and power monitoring. Liebert FPC ranges in capacity from 15kVA to 300kVA, 60Hz or 50Hz models. The system is available in 23.5" cabinet and 47” cabinet sizes and is designed to fit at the end of, or within, a row of racks, as well as in a standalone configuration.

Model Specifications Overview
Liebert FPC 15-125kVA
15-125kVA   208, 380, 400, 415, 480, 600 VAC   208/120, 380/220, 400/230, 415//240 VAC   78.5 in   23.5 in   39.5 in   750-1842 lbs  
Liebert FPC 50-125kVA
50-125kVA   208, 380, 400, 415, 480, 600 VAC   208/120, 380/220, 400/230, 415//240 VAC   78.5 in   48.6 in   39.5 in   1335-2423 lbs  
Liebert FPC 150-300kVA
150-300kVA   208, 380, 400, 415, 480, 600 VAC   208/120, 380/220, 400/230, 415//240 VAC   78.5 in   48.6 in   39.5 in   1360-3040 lbs  

Benefits

Sub-feed breakers or I-Line panelboards provide the flexibility to add distribution capacity as needed to adapt to growing room loads.
Inline 42-pole panelboards provide wide-open wiring access channels for easy installation of additional circuits.
Various cabling options provide flexibility - top of the racks, under the floor or through the bottom of the cabinet.
Factory testing ensures reliable, consistent performance.
Local and remote power monitoring capabilities enable you to attain maximum availability for your critical operations.
Four panelboard capacity saves money by eliminating need for multiple cabinets.
Ability to install additional distribution capacity within the same cabinet as needs change helps to manage costs over service life of system.
Larger kVA capacity rating means fewer units will be needed to support IT growth.
In-rack location places power distribution closer to the load, reducing under floor cabling from centralized UPS and making cable movements simpler and less expensive.

Features

Rack-size power conditioning and distribution
Requires only front and back service access
Offers top or bottom cable entry

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Geist Support - Americas (Rack PDU and Watchdog)
+1 888 630 4445
1777 Yolande Avenue Lincoln Nebraska USA
Product areas of focus: Power Distribution, Monitoring
Vertiv (Customer Service for DC Power Systems & Outdoor Enclosures)
+1 800 800 1280
USA
Product areas of focus: DC Power Systems, Power Distribution, Outdoor Enclosures
Vertiv (Liebert Services)
+1 800 543 2378
610 Executive Campus Drive Westerville Ohio 43082 USA
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment

Frequently Asked Questions

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Can the product be customized?
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There are many custom solutions available for our products. Please contact your local sales office for more information.
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Can circuits be added without powering the unit down?
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OSHA defines safety procedures for energized equipment. You may also have local codes or standards to follow. Beware of competitors who state without details that it is okay to work on energized equipment.
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