Power & BTU Information for the Matrix N-Series

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Matrix N-Series
DFE 

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Power
BTU 

Solution 

Matrix N7 power supplies (up to two per 7C107 chassis)

Watts BTU/hr ACVA Amps @ 5V
6C207-1 1000.0 1462.9 1429.0 170.0 (max 40A per slot)
6C207-3 1566.0 1602.7 2036.0 280.0 (max 40A per slot)
See also: 5003

Notes:
  1. These figures represent the maximum available power per supply.
  2. This chassis is designed to be operated in 1+1 redundancy mode.
  3. Each supply requires its own circuit capable of providing the maximum ACVA (AC Volt-Amps = Watts / Power Factor).
  4. A UPS should be sized to be capable of providing the maximum ACVA for the installed supplies.
  5. To ensure redundancy: Add the 5V current draw of each module to be installed in the chassis and verify it does not exceed the maximum 5V current available from one supply.
  6. BTU/hr represents the heat released from the supply as a function of efficiency.
  7. In a 1+1 redundant configuration it is only necessary to tally the BTU/hr for a single supply.
  8. The 6C407 fan tray (has 6 fans) consumes 60W, generating 204.8 BTU/hr.
Matrix N5 power supplies (up to two 7C205-1, and four N-POE-1200W (3 + 1
redundancy), per 7C105-P chassis)

Watts BTU/hr ACVA Amps @ 5V/48V
7C205-1 1196.0 1173.0 1540.0 170.0 (max 40A @ 5V per slot)
N-POE-1200W 1200.0 695.6 1404.0 25.0 (max 25A @ 48V per slot)
See also: 12137

Notes:
  1. These figures represent the maximum available power per supply.
  2. The 5V system power for this chassis is designed to be operated in 1+1 redundancy mode.
  3. The 48V PoE power for this chassis is designed to be operated in N+1 redundancy mode.
  4. Each supply requires its own circuit capable of providing the maximum ACVA (AC Volt-Amps = Watts / Power Factor).
  5. A UPS should be sized to be capable of providing the maximum ACVA for the installed supplies.
  6. To ensure system redundancy: Add the 5V current draw of each module to be installed in the chassis and verify it does not exceed the maximum 5V current available from one supply.
  7. BTU/hr represents the heat released from the supply as a function of efficiency.
  8. In a 1+1 redundant chassis power configuration it is only necessary to tally the BTU/hr for a single supply.
  9. For a N+1 redundant PoE power configuration it is only necessary to tally the BTU/hr for the N number of supplies.
  10. The 7C405 fan tray (has 6 fans) consumes 60W, generating 204.8 BTU/hr.
Matrix N3 power supplies (up to two per 7C103 chassis)

Watts BTU/hr ACVA Amps @ 5V
7C203-1 863.0 1261.7 1233.0 155.0 (max 40A per slot)
Notes:
  1. These figures represent the maximum available power per supply.
  2. This chassis is designed to be operated in 1+1 redundancy mode.
  3. Each supply requires its own circuit capable of providing the maximum ACVA (AC Volt-Amps = Watts / Power Factor).
  4. A UPS should be sized to be capable of providing the maximum ACVA for the installed supplies.
  5. To ensure redundancy: Add the 5V current draw of each module to be installed in the chassis and verify it does not exceed the maximum 5V current available from one supply.
  6. BTU/hr represents the heat released from the supply as a function of efficiency.
  7. In a 1+1 redundant configuration it is only necessary to tally the BTU/hr for a single supply.
  8. The 7C403 fan tray (has 4 fans) consumes 40W, generating 136.5 BTU/hr.
Matrix N1 power supplies (two integrated per 7C111 chassis)

Watts BTU/hr ACVA Amps @ 5V
7C111 250.0 375.1 360.0 40.0
Notes:
  1. These figures represent the maximum available power per supply.
  2. This unit is designed to be operated in 1+1 redundancy mode.
  3. Each supply requires its own circuit capable of providing the maximum ACVA (AC Volt-Amps = Watts / Power Factor).
  4. A UPS should be sized to be capable of providing the maximum ACVA for the utilized supplies.
  5. BTU/hr represents the heat released from the supply as a function of efficiency.
  6. The stated BTU/hr is applicable to both non-redundant and 1+1 redundant scenarios.
  7. The 7C111 has 6 integrated fans, and fan power considerations are included above.
Matrix NSA (N-Standalone) power supplies (two integrated per 2G4072-52)

BTU/hr ACVA
2G4072-52 647.9 190.0
Notes:
  1. These figures represent the maximum available power per supply.
  2. This unit is designed to be operated in 1+1 redundancy mode.
  3. Each supply requires its own circuit capable of providing the maximum ACVA (AC Volt-Amps = Watts / Power Factor).
  4. A UPS should be sized to be capable of providing the maximum ACVA for the utilized supplies.
  5. BTU/hr represents the heat released from the supply as a function of efficiency.
  6. The stated BTU/hr is applicable to both non-redundant and 1+1 redundant scenarios.
Chassis-based Switching/Routing modules

Watts BTU/hr ACVA Amps @ 5V
*Uplinks*
7G-6MGBIC(-A) 11.5 39.2 15.0 2.3
7G-6MGBIC-B 12.0 40.9 15.6 2.4
7K-2XFP-6MGBIC 36.5 124.5 47.5 7.3

MGBIC-02 1.0 3.4 1.3 .2
MGBIC-08 1.0 3.4 1.3 .2
MGBIC-LC01 1.0 3.4 1.3 .2
MGBIC-LC03 1.0 3.4 1.3 .2
MGBIC-LC09 1.0 3.4 1.3 .2
MGBIC-MT01 1.0 3.4 1.3 .2

10GBASE-32-XFP 3.5 11.9 4.6 .7
10GBASE-ER 4.0 13.6 5.2 .8
10GBASE-ER-XFP 3.5 11.9 4.6 .7
10GBASE-LR 3.0 10.2 3.9 .6
10GBASE-LX4 6.5 22.2 8.5 1.3
10GBASE-SR 4.5 15.3 5.9 .9
10GBASE-SR-XFP 1.5 5.1 2.0 .3
10GBASE-ZR 7.5 25.6 9.8 1.5
10GBASE-ZR-XFP 3.5 11.9 4.6 .7

*DFE Gold*
4G4202-60 118.5 404.1 154.1 23.7
4G4202-72 97.5 332.5 126.8 19.5
4G4205-72 139.0 474.0 180.7 27.8
4G4282-41 95.5 325.7 124.2 19.1
4G4282-49 90.5 308.6 117.7 18.1
4G4285-49 93.5 318.8 121.6 18.7
4H4202-72 97.5 332.5 126.8 19.5
4H4203-72 93.5 318.8 121.6 18.7
4H4282-49 82.0 279.6 106.6 16.4
4H4283-49 68.0 231.9 88.4 13.6
4H4284-49 132.0 450.1 171.6 26.4
4H4285-49 118.0 402.4 153.4 23.6

*DFE Platinum*
2G4082-25 49.0 167.1 63.7 9.8
7G4202-30 110.0 375.1 143.0 22.0
7G4202-60 118.5 404.1 154.1 23.7
7G4202-72 97.5 332.5 126.8 19.5
7G4205-72 139.0 474.0 180.7 27.8
7G4270-09 90.0 306.9 117.0 18.0
7G4270-10 90.0 306.9 117.0 18.0
7G4270-12 90.0 306.9 117.0 18.0
7G4280-19 93.0 317.1 120.9 18.6
7G4282-41 99.0 337.6 128.7 19.8
7G4282-49 90.5 308.6 117.7 18.1
7G4285-49 95.0 324.0 123.5 19.0
7H4202-72 97.5 332.5 126.8 19.5
7H4203-72 93.5 318.8 121.6 18.7
7H4284-49 132.0 450.1 171.6 26.4
7H4382-25 72.5 247.2 94.3 14.5
7H4382-49 87.5 298.4 113.8 17.5
7H4383-49 121.0 412.6 157.3 24.2
7H4385-49 121.0 412.6 157.3 24.2
7K4290-02 102.5 349.5 133.3 20.5
7K4297-02 120.0 409.2 156.0 24.0
7K4297-04 140.0 477.4 182.0 28.0

*DFE Diamond*
7GR4202-30 101.0 344.4 131.3 20.2
7GR4270-12 97.5 332.5 126.8 19.5
7GR4280-19 99.0 337.6 128.7 19.8
7KR4290-02 103.5 352.9 134.6 20.7
7KR4297-02 120.0 409.2 156.0 24.0
7KR4297-04 140.0 477.4 182.0 28.0
Notes:
  1. These figures represent the maximum power draw per module.
  2. To ensure redundancy: Add the 5V current draw of each module to be installed in the chassis and verify it does not exceed the maximum 5V current available from one supply.
  3. BTU/hr represents the heat released from the module as a function of efficiency.
  4. In a 1+1 redundant configuration it is only necessary to tally the BTU/hr for a single supply plus the total BTU/hr for all installed modules.
  5. ACVA (AC Volt-Amps = Watts / Power Factor) is the estimated AC power draw as a function of efficiency.

For more about Power over Ethernet options, please refer to 5635
See also: 2404.
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