# HP xw8600 - Workstation Site Preparation Manual

Hp xw workstation series - hp 1050w 80 plus power supply site preparation guide
Also See for xw8600 - Workstation:

HP 1050W 80 Plus Power Supply
Site Preparation Guide

#### Summary of Contents for HP xw8600 - Workstation

• Page 1 HP 1050W 80 Plus Power Supply Site Preparation Guide...
• Page 2 Copyright Information Warranty 454178-001 © 2007 Copyright Hewlett-Packard Hewlett-Packard Company shall not be liable Development Company, L.P. for technical or editorial errors or omissions First Edition, December 2007 contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

Table of contents Power consumption and cooling Introduction ............................1 Power consumption and cooling considerations .................. 1 Power consumption limitations ......................2 Input current calculation ........................3 Power dissipation ..........................3 Cooling considerations ......................... 4 ENWW...
• Page 4 ENWW...
• ### Page 5: Power Consumption And Cooling

Power consumption and cooling Introduction This document presents power consumption and cooling considerations and limitations when using a 1050W 80 Plus power supply in an HP workstation in a typical office environment. Power consumption and cooling considerations An HP workstation with a 1050W 80 Plus power supply might require more power than the typical office environment can supply.
• ### Page 6: Power Consumption Limitations

Power consumption limitations ● IMPORTANT—The power supply is capable of continuously supplying 1050 watts output power when the input voltage is greater than 90 volts. If the input voltage is less than 90 volts for any reason (for example, a brown out or a line sag), the maximum power that can be drawn is 900 watts.
• ### Page 7: Input Current Calculation

Input current calculation The 1050W power supply can provide 1050 watts in a 15-amp circuit by using this input current calculation: Input Current = Output Power / (Voltage x Power Factor x Efficiency) where: Output Power = 1050 watts Voltage = 90 volts Power Factor = 0.998 Efficiency = 0.8 In this formula, the voltage (90 volts) includes all power line variations—line voltage sag, brown out...
• ### Page 8: Cooling Considerations

Cooling considerations To ensure proper ventilation and cooling for your workstation, observe the following guidelines. ● Keep your workstation in an area where the airflow is not obstructed. ● Keep the workstation off from surfaces where dust can gather. ● Remove dust on the front panel (vent area) and the rear fans with a small vacuum, compressed air, or dust rag.

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Xw9400 - workstation - 16 gb ram1050w 80 plus