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Liebert RX 400 Amp Distribution Cabinet

Liebert RX is available in 400A, 84 pole models, with options for panelboard level or branch circuit level monitoring. The compact cabinet may be used in a stand-alone configuration, or may be clustered in space-saving 2, 3 or 4 unit configuration blocks.

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Best Suited For:
  • Banking, Financial and Insurance
  • Data Center/Colocation/Hosting
  • Education
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Retail and Wholesale
Warranty: One Year Limited Warranty Against Defects in Material and Workmanship

Benefits

Benefits of Liebert DS Direct Expansion as data center cooling systems
Smallest footprint 84 pole power distribution unit
Multiple configuration options allow optimization of data center space – two, three or four units may be installed in space-saving clusters.
Fits standard raised-floor tile, while permitting removal of adjacent floor tiles.
The 400A continuous current rated main circuit breaker better coordinates with today’s 30A and 60A branch breakers than smaller 225A mains, providing better selective tripping.
Each panelboard is totally isolated – any potential arc flash is contained within the cabinet when installed back-to-back and each is receiving a separate feed from a dual bus system.
Wide open access channels provide six inches of access space, and individual hinged covers, allowing easy addition of future circuits.
Compact cabinet conserves valuable floor space
Packaged system is easy to install, maintain and add additional circuits.

Features

84 poles in a 24”x12” footprint
Up to 168 poles in a 24”x24” footprint.
Offers current and branch circuit monitoring options
Floor or wall mount, or attach to supports at end of rack aisle.
Installs with tool-less mounting to Vertiv DCM Racks. 
Allows configuration as a single unit, or two, three or four cabinet clusters

The Liebert® RX remote power distribution cabinet supplies packaged power distribution in the smallest possible footprint, with 400 Amp and 84 poles in one panelboard, and only requiring 24”x12” of space. It offers monitoring options and multiple configuration possibilities to fit the needs of most data centers. Liebert® RX is available in 400A, 84 pole models, with options for panelboard level or branch circuit level monitoring. The compact cabinet may be used in a stand-alone configuration, or may be clustered in space-saving 2, 3 or 4 unit configuration blocks.

Liebert RX 400 Amp Distribution Cabinet
Product Overview
Capacity
400 Amps
Input Voltage
120 - 480 Volts
Output Voltage
120 - 480 Volts
Output Options
Hard Wired
Power Description
Frequency
50 Hz / 60 Hz
Input Breaker Rating
100% Rated, 400 Amp
Interfaces/Ports
Protocols
MODBUS, BACNet, SNMP, others
Control Panel
LCD
Management
Listings
UL-60950, C-UL
Operational Conditions
Cooling
Convection
Physical Characteristics
Weight
225 lbs
Weight
102 kg
Height
78.7 in
Height
2000 mm
Width
24 in
Width
610 mm
Depth
13 in
Depth
328 mm
Miscellaneous
General
Requires 18" clearance above

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Products Support Contacts

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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

Q
How many RXs can fit into a standard data center floor tile space?
A
Up to 2 RXs can fit. Please see the sales brochure or technical specs above for more information.
Q
Can circuits be added without powering the unit down?
A
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.
Q
Can the product be customized?
A
There are many custom solutions available for our products. Please contact your local sales office for more information.
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