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Blade C7000

 
ess
Super Advisor

Blade C7000

hello
i have on enclosure C7000 and for server (3*460C and 1*480c ).my enclosure has a single phase.
pleas guide for how many fan and power for start enclosure .
tanks for guide
2 REPLIES
smatador
Honored Contributor

Re: Blade C7000

Hi
Install power supplies based on number of supplies needed
â Two power supplies
â ¢ Populate bays 1 and 4
â Three power supplies
â ¢ Populate bays 1, 2, and 4
â Four power supplies
â ¢ Populate bays 1, 2, 4, and 5
â Five power supplies
â ¢ Populate bays 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
â Six power supplies
â ¢ One in each bay
For the blade, install blade blanks in any unused device bays and join two blade blanks to create a full-height blank
There is an utility BladeSizer
http://h71019.www7.hp.com/ActiveAnswers/cache/347628-0-0-0-121.html
Anton Gurov_1
Occasional Visitor

Re: Blade C7000

You need:
- 2 power supplys without redandency
- 3 power supplys for redandency N+1
- 4 power supplys for redandency N+N (AC Redundant)
- 6 fan

You may use 4 fan coolers (fan bays 4,5,9,10), but better have 6 fans (fan bays 3,4,5,8,9,10).
Using more fans can allows the fans to spin slower to move the same volume of air, so each fan uses less power.
For examle, HP talk, that eight fans are almost always more power efficient than four fans.