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Specs required for K-Class and R-Class

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Kishore Anand
Occasional Advisor

Specs required for K-Class and R-Class

Hi all,
I need the following specs about K380 & R390:
1. Heat dissipation in BTU
2. Weight in Kilograms.

This is what I have found so far:
1. K380 - 5800 BTU/Hr. - 132.3 lb.
2. R390 - - 38 Kgs.

Please help

Thanks
Anand Kishore
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Torsten.
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Re: Specs required for K-Class and R-Class

Hi Anand Kishore,

since both servers are really old now (~10 years), there are no quickspecs available like for newer or current hardware.

You may have a look into the various guides if you can find the info you are looking for:

K-class:
http://docs.hp.com/en/hw.html#K-Class%20Server

D- & R-class:
http://docs.hp.com/en/hw.html#R-Class%20Server

Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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Kishore Anand
Occasional Advisor

Re: Specs required for K-Class and R-Class

Thanks Torsten,
I have verified them I could not find the Heat dissipation specification for R390.

S_Logan
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Re: Specs required for K-Class and R-Class

Hi Kishore,


Both The servers are very old*

pls find the BTU/hr details Extracted :

Power Specifications:
(Jan 00)
Max Power Anticipated (Source - Nov 99 Ordering Guide)Server/ Model Phase
Current (A) Power (KVA) Power (Watts) Heat Generated (BTU/HR)

K580 - A4837A Single 10 (@ 220V) 1.8 (1700) 5800
R390 - A5178A Single 4.1 (@ 230V) .93 (930) 3174

Typical Power Anticipated (Source - Nov 99 Ordering Guide)Server/ Model Phase
Current (A) Power (KVA) Power (Watts) Heat Generated (BTU/HR)

K580 - A4837A Single (1020) *3478
R390 - A5178A Single (635) *2156

(Note: BTU/Hr = 3.41 x Watts)

(N/A- Not available)

* = calculated value

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