Super new guy here, I just got my S19Jpro set up yesterday and got it chugging away.

I set up the outlet based on a voskcoin video for power
l6-30 plug wired with 10/3 wire to a 30 amp double pole breaker.

I am using a Tripp Lite Metered PDU, 30A, 30 Outlets (6-C19 & 24-C13), 208/240V, L6-30P, 10 ft. Cord, 0U Vertical Rack-Mount Power (PDUMV30HV). Which is the only PDU I could find that had a L6-30p cord and utilized c13 outlets on amazon.

I plan on purchasing at least two more s19j pro and I feel like it is super clunky to buy (3) 6 foot long PDU to be able to power each machine. Also on that note since the PDU is metered I was a bit shocked to only see 6 amps on each bank for a total of 12 amp. I thought these were rated to pull 20 amp. Does this mean I could theoretically set up 2 s19j pro on each of these PDU for a total of 24 amp. that puts me right at the 80 percent mark on the circuit.

I do know on those PDU’s that it will show 6 amps but could be 6.9 amps so you could possibly be at close to 14 amps, the S19J pro that I am running is pulling around 13.3 amps @ 240V

I don’t know which tripplite you’re looking at but this one: PDUH30HV, is agency de-rated to 24 Amps, which means continuous, it can pull 24 Amps. It’s rated for 20A per bank.
Each plug will pull about 6.9A, so you could technically plug in 3 plugs into each pdu. So you could plug 3 into 2 of those pdus.
I’m not sure if this answers your question, but just trying to extend some knowledge brought to me from here

That was a question I was going to ask an electrician for when I set it up since I couldn’t find much online about it. But according to the 80% rule, that set up is fine. As long as it is breakered for each plug and bank, I don’t see a problem with it though.

But if you’re worried about that, one S19 per PDU would only set you back an extra 150 or so since it would be 1-1 rather than 1.5-1 miner to PDU ratio.