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Heat Output of HP Servers and Peripherals?

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Kevin Aurelio
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Heat Output of HP Servers and Peripherals?

Where can I find this information? I did find the power requirements and heat dissipation of the N-Class 9000, but need it for many other systems/peripherals.

Please help.

Thanks
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Patrick Wessel
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Re: Heat Output of HP Servers and Peripherals?

Kevin,
Find bellow the head dissipation of the N4000:

N4000, Max config, will require:
2150 Watts @ 240VAC, 50/60Hz 7332 BTUs

N4000, Typical config will require:
1357 Watts @ 240VAC, 50/60Hz 4268 BTUs

N4000, Min config, will require:
660 Watts @ 240VAC, 50/60Hz, 2250 BTUs

(calculated future maximum)
Heat Dissipation: 3000 Watts
BTUs per hour: 10230
kcal per hour: 2580

I have no clue if there is a web page with all that information for any system, but usually you get a Site Prep Guide with your system. It contains all physical characteristics for the box.
There is no good troubleshooting with bad data
Rita C Workman
Honored Contributor

Re: Heat Output of HP Servers and Peripherals?

You can go to HP Products - it's at the top of this page...just go down through the selections for what you need and voila.... Here's the url I found for the N9000 on environment needs, etc.

http://www.unixservers.hp.com/midrange/nclass/specifications/index.html#env

Regards,
Kevin Aurelio
Occasional Advisor

Re: Heat Output of HP Servers and Peripherals?

Thanks! I'm finding more a lot more info than a regular search could give me.