Market Research Report
Global Power Distribution Unit Market - 2022-2029
|Global Power Distribution Unit Market - 2022-2029|
Published: June 3, 2022
Content info: 215 Pages
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The global power distribution unit market was worth US$ XX million in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ XX million by 2029, growing at a CAGR of XX % during the forecast period (2022-2029).
PDUs are power distribution units that provide electricity to computers and other networking equipment in data centers. They have many outputs and can measure and control the quantity of distributed electricity. Multiple low amperage outlets are available from high amperage outlets on PDU models with high amperage plugs. They are typically used to ensure that power from a UPS (uninterruptible power supply), generator or utility source is distributed reliably to various devices.
Carbon emissions and power usage are predicted to rise dramatically as data centers grow. Constant monitoring of electricity consumption is projected to become a requirement to comply with environmental requirements. In such cases, modern power distribution units with unique features are expected to assist data centers. Intelligent PDUs, for example, provide increased uptime, capacity planning, reduced power consumption, real-time data collection and remote monitoring, all of which lower expenses.
The power distribution unit market is being driven by increased concerns about power stability for uninterrupted business operations, expanding power distribution unit installations for decreasing energy losses and the growing number of data centers.
The rising demand for power and internet
Proliferating data center demand, lower power consumption, a quick increase in the amount of data processed and a growing requirement for data storage are some of the key reasons projected to propel the market forward. PDUs have several key characteristics: power usage tracking, reduced total power consumption, server downtime minimization and increased uptime. Rack power distribution units supply electricity to the equipment to ensure application performance and efficiency. With power distribution devices with high amperage plugs, many low amperage outlets can be given from high amperage outlets.
Data generation is triggered by growth in unstructured data, increased process automation in the power industry and increased machine sensor data. Due to a large rise in data, economic growth and increased internet users global, data centers are expected to grow rapidly during the projection period. Virtualization and greater acceptance of cloud computing are also contributing to the rising demand for data centers, which is projected to benefit the power distribution unit market.
Growing demand for effective transmission and distribution control systems
The power distribution component business has boomed because of the increased demand for effective T&D control systems. The commercial potential will be complemented by rising demand for renovation of existing electrical setups and regulatory and fiscal changes across the industrial sector.
A favorable business environment has been further incorporated by a lack of efficient and dependable electric networks in developing countries and a shift toward developing existing infrastructure in industrialized economies. The key characteristics driving the industry's growth include low costs, safe operation and product compactness.
Additional training to operate the digital control panels.
For stopping signal loss during analog to digital conversion, digital control panels are becoming increasingly popular. However, one of the device's disadvantages is that it requires additional training to use and troubleshoot. As a result, corporations diversify their portfolios to include before- and after-sale services to acquire a competitive advantage over competitors and assist in training service professionals.
The advantages of digital control panels are countered by increased dependability, configurable features and reduced signal loss. Other variable factors such as humidity, pressure and temperature in commercial and residential areas may be simply managed with digital control panels.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
The COVID-19 epidemic has restricted the power distribution module market's expansion. Because it is the most hit region by the outbreak, North America is one of the most important regions for power distribution modules and demand is plummeting. In addition, the enforcement of lockdowns at the regional and global levels has reduced the demand for power distribution units.
By Type, the power distribution unit market is segmented into metered, switched, monitored, hot-swap, dual circuit and others.
Metered power distribution units hold the lion's share.
Metered power distribution devices have an in-built LED screen that shows real-time power consumption data, allowing for local visual monitoring. Inlet and outlet metered power distribution units are the two types of metered power distribution units. Outlet metered power distribution units allow end-users to comprehend the actual power usage at the device or server level. In contrast, inlet metered power distribution units determine the available capacity of the racks.
It allows for the most efficient power management to power individual customer business units and increases data center efficiency. The metered power distribution unit market is driven by real-time data usage for electricity and cheap competitive costs.
Growing switched construction in North America
Rising demand has stimulated the industry due to increased money flow towards building long-distance distribution networks and rehabilitating household electric infrastructure. Due to advancements in IT infrastructure, demand for PDU is increasing in the telecom and IT sectors. Similarly, the healthcare sector presents growth potential for the PDU market due to increased demand for life-saving equipment requiring a continuous power supply for crucial procedures.
The region has a significant increase in the number of colocation data centers, which presents the lucrative potential for companies in the power distribution sector in North America. In 2018, U.S. government announced plans to spend US$10 billion to build new electric networks, expected to reduce the Western Transmission & Distribution (T&D) Network's curtailment rate. The increasing emphasis on replacing traditional electrical equipment with modern, high-quality systems will drive product demand.
The global power distribution unit has many manufacturers. Major global power distribution unit market companies include Schneider Electric, Legrand, Eaton, Vertiv, Cisco Systems, Tripp Lite, ABB Ltd., Panduit, Delta Electronics and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Overview: Delta is a global producer of power and thermal management solutions, founded in 1971. Delta's business areas include power electronics, automation and infrastructure as an energy-saving solutions supplier with key expertise in power electronics and automation. It is headquartered in Taiwan and invests more than 8% of the annual sales revenues in R&D. The company has R&D centers in China, Europe, Japan, Singapore, Thailand and U.S.
Product Portfolio: Delta offers some of the industry's most energy-efficient power equipment, including switching power supplies with efficiencies of over 90%, telecom power with efficiencies of up to 98 percent and PV inverters with up to 99.2%. The Power Distribution Unit (PDU) from Delta is the best option. The space-saving PDU is simple to transfer and adapt to future data center reconfigurations. The PDU provides greater power protection and monitoring and the flexibility and scalability to meet the specific power distribution needs.
Key Development: Delta will partner with International Information Technology Co. LLC (IITC), an OHI Group company in Oman, in 2021. On upcoming data center and IT infrastructure projects in Oman and the Middle East, Delta and IITC will work closely together. IITC will also be in charge of distributing Delta's line of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and cooling systems, which are well-suited to the needs of the region's expanding number of data centers and their operators. IITC will provide technical support, planning & consultation and delivering Delta's products.
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Target Audience 2022
Power Distribution Unit Service Providers/ Buyers
Industry Investors/Investment Bankers
Education & Research Institutes
Power Distribution Unit Manufacturers
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