iBoot Web Power Switch

iBoot Web Power Switch

iBoot Web Power Switch

Pays for itself with the first service call saved!

iBoot is a remote power controller that allows you to control, restart and cycle the power supply to any connected devices from a distance. All you need is a web browser and you can turn on / off, reboot, and cycle electrical power to your equipment.

Why do you need iBoot?

Downtime happens even to the most robust networks systems. The power grid is entirely out of your hands. Depending on quality and load on your local infrastructure, power surges or outages may be frequent.

Unless you have your own backup generator and UPS equipment, which cost several thousand dollars at a minimum, you can’t mitigate these events. Any fluctuation in the power supply can render your servers, networking equipment, or individual devices inoperable without manually switching the power on and off.
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It sounds simple enough, but if you have to travel or get a service technician to do it, how much time and money will that cost you? And how much will that downtime will affect your operations and customers?
You can use our downtime cost calculator to estimate how much the downtime your devices experience costs your business. News Break: Downtime loses you more money per year (or even per month) in lost opportunities than the one-time cost of our device!

Your service quality and revenue don't have to suffer!

Get iBoot! Easily installed between your device and the electrical grid, iBoot allows you to control the power supply to any connected device via the Internet. You can reboot, switch on/off and even schedule devices easily via web browser.
iBoot costs just a few hundred dollars and it will have your systems back up and running within a couple of minutes.
No more expensive service calls or time-consuming trips just to unplug and plug a power cord back again.
All you need to do is log online and press a button to restart a troublesome device and bring your systems back to life. iBoot will even detect failed systems and take immediate action. You can manually switch devices on or off and setup cycle rules to save on electricity when the equipment is not needed online.
iBoot is the most cost effective way possible to control power to your equipment, reboot dead devices, minimize downtime and save time and money.

How Much Can You Save?

Discover your Cost of Downtime and how fast your ROI on iBoot will be

  • Simple Web Control
  • iBoot-G2S Built-in 10/100 Switch
  • Free Cloud Service
  • iBoot Automatic Reboot
  • iBoot Expansion
  • UL Listed for Safety

iBoot-G2 Status Page

Clean web page design makes it easy to see the status and control power to any outlet. History log shows the last 5 events.

Adaptive mobile pages make it easy to make that quick reboot from you smartphone while on the go.

Simplify Wiring and Installation Costs

Perfect for Existing Installations

Get the reboot you need without an unnecessary cable run to the wiring closet. With Model iBoot-G2S, the built-in 10/100 switch makes it easy to add the power of iBoot to your existing installation. Perfect for digial signage, kiosks and telemetry systems in those hard to reach areas. Putting the iBoot in-line between the router and the server makes it easy to test both and reboot automatically.

Single Sign-On for iBoots Worldwide

iBoot Cloud Service (iBCS) allows customers with iBoot to access and control multiple iBoots in multiple locations from a single portal with a single sign-on.

iBCS will not only make using iBoots easier, by consolidating all units into one sign-on and interface, it will also enhance the number of situations where iBoot can be deployed.

  • Customers with Dynamic IP addressing to always be able to access their iBoot from any location.
  • Service providers manage multiple customer accounts with diverse security configurations
  • Customers that do not allow in-bound connections to access their iBoots.

Read More about iBoot Cloud Service

Download the setup guide

Visit the iBoot Cloud Service Site

The fastest way to get back on-line

iBoot automatically monitors and protects your network. AutoPing continuously tests your connectivity to the internet or to any device on your network. When the network is down, or the device stops functioning, iBoot reboots the failed system to get you back on-line fast.

For servers, the Heartbeat service generates a “I’M OK” message from your server to iBoot. When that message dissapears, iBoot will reboot the server, using Graceful Shutdown if possible prior to using power off to reboot the crashed system.


With iBoot’s real time scheduler, you can use regular reboots to insure a fresh start each day. Power Up and Down equipment as needed to minimze energy consumption, heat and extend product life. Turn off equipment automatically when not needed for security and access control.


iBoot-G2S and iBoot-G2+ are expandable with low cost satellite units to provide independent control of up to three outlets, with separate AutoPing monitoring as needed. If not used with the expansion units, the ports on the iBoot-G2S can be used as General Purpose I/O or as manual override control for the power outlets.

iBoot-G2+ and -G2S Expansion ports can be used to connect to manual switches or alarm relays for local outlet control. The digital outputs can be use to control external equipment, like a notificaion lamp or as input to an alarm panel.

Protect Your Users and Comply with OSHA

Dataprobe Remote Reboot products are UL Listed. This means they are tested by Underwriters Labratories and Certified to meet their exacting standards. It also means that the tests conducted are appropriate for the type of device under test. Only devices that are tested and pass all the tests conducted by UL can apply the UL label.

Dataprobe PDUs are listed under UL 60950-1, and as such are designed for stricter data center environments. Only UL 60950-1 insures that PDUs offer appropriate branch circuit protection.

Other companies use independent labs that test to UL standards. These may or may not be the appropriate safety standards. It is very easy to say tested to UL standards, but that might be for noise emissions or something other than fire safety. Some companies completely forgo safety testing!