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250-Series Wi-Fi Surge Protector | 2 Individually Controlled Outlets (Wi-Fi or Wired) WB-250-IPW-2

250-Series Wi-Fi Surge Protector | 2 Individually Controlled Outlets (Wi-Fi or Wired) WB-250-IPW-2

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In Store Only! Please Call to Order. Wi-Fi or Wired IP control, surge protection, UL Rated, detachable IEC. Includes OvrC remote monitoring, end-user mobile app, & auto reboot. Free Shipping to Continental US only !

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Wattbox 250-Series Wi-Fi Surge Protector | 2 Individually Controlled Outlets

Finally: an ultra-compact, Wi-Fi enabled WattBox with every feature you could imagine! Now, delivering maximum uptime is easier than ever before, giving you every reason to put a WattBox on every job. The WattBox 250 IPW series is a compact Wi-Fi WattBox with individually controlled outlets, professional-grade surge protection, and the option for wired connectivity. The WattBox 250 is the only 2-outlet individually controlled surge protector that supports OvrC, the industry’s #1 remote management platform. With its affordable price point and the truck-roll eliminating power of OvrC, putting this WattBox on every job will save you time and money. Thanks to its small size and wireless capability, you can power and control everything from digital signage or a smart TV to video conferencing equipment or an entire A/V rack. The only limit to where you can put this WattBox to enjoy its incredible benefits is your own creativity. Note: Wireless capabilities are activated after setup via local web interface and disconnection of wired LAN.     


WattBox Goes Wireless

Your last excuse to not put at least one IP WattBox on every job is gone. Enjoy the added freedom of not having to run wire with the WattBox 250-IPW. You can now put the money-saving, truck-roll eliminating power of WattBox on every job more easily than ever before, without the hassle of pulling wire or having to find a nearby outlet. Thanks to this device’s wireless capabilities and price point, you can put one everywhere to further increase the value of the WattBox + OvrC ecosystem. Want the added peace of mind of a wired connection? No problem. The WattBox 250-IPW can be configured to work wirelessly or wired, offering you the ultimate flexibility. With the new WB-250-IPW-1B-2, you can instantly deploy a solution to reset locked up devices or a slow-running internet connection – all without ever leaving your couch.

Small & Mighty

Don’t let the size of this WattBox fool you. The compact WattBox 250 Series brings all of the control and troubleshooting capabilities of its larger siblings, and two individually controlled outlets allow you to create precise schedules and power cycles. You can control and power an entire system, smart TVs, streaming devices, digital signage, an NVR, or even a fish tank! Just looking for an easy way to power devices on and off? Just pair your WattBox with a control system, and your clients can do it themselves. Now, you can harness WattBox + OvrC’s Three Lines of Defense in an infinitely adaptable form factor.

Surge Protection

This professional-grade WattBox is engineered to protect critical equipment on the job. Plastic-encased MOVs with UL94 V-0 rating that provides 1080J of critical surge protection to protect client’s investments and maintain system uptime.

Every Spot, Every Job

We know that you’ll ultimately find many more ways to use this ultra-flexible form factor than we can think of. However, here are a few ideas for how you can unlock the power of WattBox:

- Use the detachable IEC cord to pair the WattBox 250 Series power controllers with a range of WattBox IEC cords with various lengths and styles to fit the needs of any job. Also, short extension cord pigtails allow an integrator to accommodate even the largest plugs and wall warts.

- Auto-reboot a network from a structured wiring can or behind a smart TV.

- Reboot CCTV recorders remotely or create a control system command to power cycle an auditorium DSP.

- Program a workstation, POS system, or other energy-hogging systems to power down at night.