By now you should have realized that part number and feature codes are NOT the same.

IBM changes part numbers over time for the same feature code.

FROM MEMORY the PDU you are describing is the FC #7188 and it may indeed be represented by multiple part numbers.

Power Systems especially like feature codes.


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On 1/29/2020 12:37 PM, Rob Berendt wrote:
IBM PDUs: is a 39J1183 = 39Y8925?

Sites I've seen seem to use the part numbers interchangeably and often quote the same specs.

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